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Imperial Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
249 West 45th St.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 8, 2021
East West Players, in partnership with San Francisco’s EnActe Arts and New York City’s Hypokrit Productions, presents the virtual world premiere of Lavina Jadhwani’s THE SITAYANA (OR HOW TO MAKE AN EXIT) beginning September 25, 2021. Lavina’s updated, upending take on the Hindu epic The Ramayana recounts the story through Sita’s eyes, rather than Ram’s eyes as in the original. Audiences attending the livestreams will be given a choice to one of the three unique incarnations of Sita. Had the chance to pose a few questions to THE SITAYANA’s director Reena Dutt on her history with THE SITAYANA and what she’s been doing the last pandemic months to keep creatively sane.  
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 25, 2020
Just when you thought you'd seen it all – BUZZR is ready to reveal some rarely viewed, but extra enjoyable game show treasures this September.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 21, 2020
The authors of a new book about the art of singing in clubs have a lot to say about working together, writing an epic, and whether or not life is a cabaret
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 15, 2020
Luna Stage announces the World Premiere of Bernardo Cubría's The Breakout Room. This new play about non-voters trapped in a dystopian Zoom reality will premiere September 17 at 8pm on Luna's live stream channels.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 13, 2021
After a lifetime of playing ingenues, Susan Derry has grown up, and her new nightclub act shows how beautifully she has done it.
by Gil Kaan - Oct 6, 2021
The national tour of MY FAIR LADY opens October 7th in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theatre, running through October 31st. Bartlett Sher directs this timeless story of Professor Henry Higgins’ experiment to transform the social standings of Eliza Doolittle, a lowly flower girl, to one fitting comfortably in high society. MY FAIR LADY, brimming with familiar musical standards, stars Laird Mackintosh as Professor Higgins and Shereen Ahmed as Eliza Doolittle. Had the chance to catch Laird during his offstage time before his evening performance.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 6, 2021
A new play about iconic entertainer, spy and civil rights activist Josephine Baker comes to Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre this October half term.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 4, 2021
Stray and the Soundtrack has kicked off their brand new series of cover songs called Disney Deep Dives -- which will be released as part of their Stray Covers project every other Tuesday through August 2022 -- with an electrifying cover and music video of 'I 2 I' from 1995's 'A Goofy Movie.' The track and video features special guest Bryce Charles on co-lead vocals and cosplaying as Powerline.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 21, 2020
Drew Parker, the newest SiriusXM “Highway Find,” released his much anticipated EP While You’re Gone today.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 14, 2020
As BroadwayWorld previously reported,  Ben Brantley will step down from his position as chief theater critic for the New York Times after 24 years. Brantley penned a piece for the Times as a farewell, titled 'Why I'll Never Stop Being a Theater Critic.'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 3, 2020
Rising music sensations, Drink Flamingo Project, comprised of longtime friends Craig Moritz and Tyler Whelan have released their debut single and music video.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Nov 29, 2021
Let’s stipulate that book writer and lyricist Tom Eyen and composer Henry Krieger were not Sondheim. What they gave us in Dreamgirls was serviceable, not brilliant, the result of a long development process largely aimed at repairing holes in the melodrama. The result: the company that puts on the show has a heavy lift indeed. But I have to say that ArtsCentric proves to have very strong arms.
by Rachel Weinberg - Nov 12, 2021
Chicago native and recent Northwestern graduate Alexa Xioufaridou Moster reflects on making her national tour debut in PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL and why she’s excited to return to her hometown when the tour arrives here in December.
by Stephen Mosher - May 6, 2021
Marilyn Maye has played big rooms, small rooms, and even tents and driveways, but on May 8th she goes virtual with a new show from Feinstein's/54 Below... and it is worth seeing.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 27, 2021
Ben Platt is an award-winning actor, singer and songwriter, most well-known for his roles in the television show “The Politician,” and Broadway’s “Dear Evan Hansen.” He also stars in the upcoming film adaptation of the latter, set to be released in theaters on September 24th.
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 Student Blogger: Leah Packer - May 26, 2021
Student blogger Leah chats with John-Andrew Morrison, James Jackson Jr, and Jason Veasay, three of the fabulous cast members in A Strange Loop! 'While I cannot wait to get my tickets to any productions that open first, one of the shows I'm most looking forward to seeing is A Strange Loop'
by Stephen Mosher - May 1, 2021
With years of cabaret experiences behind them, Barbara Bleier, Austin Pendleton, Barbara Maier Gustern and Paul Greenwood are taking to the 'net for their latest cabaret show, and Bleier has a lot to say about it.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 29, 2021
Renee Katz produced an album of covers that sound so personal in her performances that you might mistake them for her own compositions.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 25, 2021
Go Comedy! Improv Theater announces that it is expanding its line up of streaming shows for Spring 2021. The theatre's long-standing anchor show, The Go Comedy! All Star Showdown joins the theater's streaming line up this month along with Showtime Tonight and Reality Check.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 23, 2021
Last year, Jack Trades' single 'Kill Me Slowly (with Heather Janssen)' made waves - as it was streamed over 4 million times and featured on tastemaker Youtube Channels.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2021
Moms: The Musical is a fast and furious ride through the uproarious and heartfelt journey of becoming a new mom. It follows two first-time mothers who, from an unlikely friendship, discover how strong they are as they take on their role as mothers while unapologetically preserving who they are as individual women.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 22, 2020
Jazz great Danny Bacher is working online at METROPOLITANZOOM these days and it's working just fine for everyone.
by Jim Munson - Jun 18, 2020
More than 30 Bay Area theatres are joining forces to present a reading on Juneteenth, encouraging donations to support a bold Go Fund Me Campaign that aims to fundraise one million dollars for Black theatre projects in America. Spearheaded by PlayGround, Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, and Planet Earth Arts, these Bay Area theatres (including TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Berkeley Rep, A.C.T, Cal Shakes, and many more) are co-presenting a livestreamed Zoom reading of Vincent Terrell Durham's Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids at 7pm PT on June 19 as part of the Juneteenth Theatre Justice Project, a national theatre movement to produce this reading of Durham's play to commemorate anniversary of the freeing of enslaved Black people. BroadwayWorld spoke with Aldo Billingslea, the longstanding pillar of the Bay Area theatre community who is producing the livestream and also leads the Juneteenth Theatre Justice Project. Billingslea is well-loved throughout the Bay Area as a man of many talents, including actor, professor, producer, collaborator and mentor.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 17, 2020
Cameron Mackintosh, his producing partners and Delfont Mackintosh Theatres have made the decision to delay the return of their productions of Les Misérables, Mary Poppins, Hamilton and The Phantom of the Opera until as early as practical in 2021.
by TV News Desk - Jun 14, 2021
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by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2020
With the Royal Shakespeare Company's theatres currently closed to the public, RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran has invited Associate and Honorary Associate Artists from throughout the Company's history to join him for an exclusive series of online conversations discussing their experience of performing Shakespeare at the RSC and beyond.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 29, 2020
The company is taking its next step into the future of the art form with the launch of the Opera Philadelphia Channel, a global broadcast platform that will bring a revised 2020-2021 season into opera lovers' homes via their television screens and streaming devices.
by Student Blogger: Katie Van Sickle - Jul 28, 2021
Can you tell I'm a bit of a Hamlet fangirl? I hope I was able to help you find some newfound love of Shakespeare through this article. Shakespeare's plays aren't just brilliant, but his sonnets are as well. They're absolutely beautiful and I recommend reading some of those as well.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 26, 2021
The season includes Well Made @ The Playground – a mini-season of new theatre, opera, and contemporary dance from developing artists – and Ida Rubinstein: The Final Act, a play with music and dance that chronicles the untold story of dance’s Forgotten Diva. 
by Student Blogger: Bea Mienik - Jul 21, 2021
'It’s massive, isn’t it? I just know that if I had seen that moment when I was really small, I would’ve felt very seen and it would’ve helped me work some things out about myself that I didn’t quite know then. . Something that was important to me was that it was matter of fact the way he talks about it; it’s normal.'
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 20, 2021
The star of Broadway's ON YOUR FEET! returns to Feinstein's with a new show built only around joy, which is something that Mauricio Martinez seems to really understand.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jul 2, 2020
Rapper, beatboxer, theatre maker, and BAC Beatboxing Academy's artistic director Conrad Murray has released No Milk For The Foxes on YouTube, his 2015 co-production with Camden People's Theatre starring himself and Paul Cree. We caught up with him to hear everything about the perception of working class entertainment in mainstream media, where the gatekeepers are failing, and why the themes of No Milk For The Foxes are still a hot topic.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 6, 2022
Quality of Death by Ruth Jenkins, a Fertile Ground Production supported by a Regional Arts and Culture Council Grant, will premier on February 4-5 live streamed from Bridgetown Conservatory in Portland, Oregon, and on February 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 at Twilight Theater, 7515 N. Brandon Avenue, Portland. There will be an audience enrichment event on Sunday, February 13 (matinee), and a Post Show Discussion with a panel.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 4, 2022
Stray and the Soundtrack have joined forces with Lindsay Heather Pearce (Broadway’s current Elphaba in “Wicked’) to cover the classic David Bowie anthem “Heroes.' Written by David Bowie and Brian Eno, the song is now available on all streaming services.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 28, 2021
Four decades later and in the middle of a show business shut down, Brandy's Piano Bar is still offering live entertainment ... and some great hot toddies.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 27, 2021
Russian soprano Anna Netrebko will perform a live concert on Saturday, February 6, at 7:00pm CET/1:00pm ET, from the historic Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Austria, as part of the Met Stars Live in Concert series.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 14, 2021
Ballet Hispánico Partners with Situation Project to Provide Arts and Dance Access to New York City Students in Washington Heights and the Bronx - #AdoptAHotspot Campaign Helps Close Digital Divide and Tackle the Connectivity Issue Affecting Underserved Communities.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 12, 2021
Revelry have made quite the first impression with their sultry new single “Dirty.” On Thursday, Ghost Cult magazine premiered the Murfreesboro-based southern rockers' debut track. It's now available on all digital and download streaming platforms.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 26, 2021
Written, produced, and performed by Charley Furey and mixed and mastered by Matty Harris, the song features Furey’s crisp, warm vocals and fresh, gentle synth pop beats.
by Michael Major - Dec 28, 2021
Originally performed by Kenny Loggins, “Your Heart Will Lead You Home' is the latest in Stray and the Soundtrack's series of covers from their project which has also included covers of such Disney favorites as “I 2 I” from “A Goofy Movie,” “Jack’s Lament” from “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” and “Best Of Friends” from “The Fox and the Hound.”
by Marina Kennedy - Dec 23, 2020 had the pleasure of interviewing Chef Nistorescu about his career and Side Door in Midtown East for our 'Chef Spotlight' feature.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 22, 2021
Stray and the Soundtrack are releasing an epic cover song and music video tonight for fans of “Hawkeye” and the Marvel Universe —“Save The City” from “Rogers: The Musical,” the fictional musical about Captain America featured in the first episode of Marvel Studios' new Disney+ original series “Hawkeye.” 
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 6, 2020
As New York City and neighboring areas reopen, club acts are going back on the stage. Here, Stephen Mosher talks to some of the first artists to test the waters.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 16, 2021
Stray And The Soundtrack, the new music collaboration between Shawn W. Smith and Michael Herlihy, will celebrate the release of their debut self-titled album with a CD release concert on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at The Federal NoHo, 5303 Lankershim Blvd in North Hollywood, CA.
by Virag Dombay - Aug 14, 2020
Next up on my local artists segment is the wonderful and incredibly hard-working Andrew CP, Artistic Director and Founder of Technicolour Theatre Company. Andrew is an award-winning director, performer and designer, currently completing a Bachelor of Theatre and Performance with the University of New England and is the Founder and Artistic Director of Technicolour Theatre Company. He has a number of directing credits and is proud to have held the position of 'Theatre Academic Mentor' for Earle Page College at the University of New England (Securing a Resident Fellowship and Cultural Bursary for achievements in Performing Arts), resident senior drama teacher at Spotlight Theatrical Company (2016-18) and Senior Drama Tutor for 'Raise Your Voice' (2017-present). In 2018 he founded Technicolour Theatre Company and its adjacent Youth Ensemble before acting as Convenor and Curator for the 2019 Gold Coast Festival of One Act Plays. Here's what Andrew had to say about Technicolour Theatre Company's upcoming project and how his company has been impacted by co-vid...
by Student Blogger: Emily Naud - Aug 10, 2020
Dear Krannert Center, I miss you.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 9, 2021
The weekly series will feature a variety of musicians, songwriters and artists including Darius Rucker, Keb’ Mo, John Rich, Sara Evans, Travis Tritt, Steve Wariner and Trace Adkins. Additional guests to be announced. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 6, 2021
Dayton Live announced the 2021-2022 lineup for Premier Health Broadway in Dayton, Projects Unlimited Star Attractions, Universal 1 Credit Union Music Series, Dayton Children’s Family Series and the National Geographic Live Series.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 2, 2021
La Jolla Playhouse has announced the cast and creative team for its 2021 Performance Outreach Program Tour production, Pick Me Last, by Idris Goodwin, directed by Jacole Kitchen, Playhouse Director of Arts Engagement and In-House Casting. This year’s POP Tour will be available in a virtual format.