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St. James Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
246 West 44th St.
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by Stephi Wild - May 8, 2021
Theaters have been allowed to reopen since March, but at just 33% capacity or a maximum of 100 people. This didn't allow the Suffolk Theater to reopen. The venue's owner Bob Castaldi said that only a 100% capacity reopening would be financially feasible.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 6, 2021
Marking 20 years since the series premiere, the panel will feature creatives and cast from across the show’s impressive 14-season run as they revisit iconic storylines and moments from the series, the show’s groundbreaking approach to young adult storytelling, behind-the-scenes stories, and more.
by Marina Kennedy - May 26, 2021
After five years flourishing in Paris, Fulgurances brings its chef residency program to Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Like the Parisian original, New York’s Fulgurances, Laundromat will be an incubator for young international chefs who’ve worked in some of the world’s most exciting kitchens but not yet opened their own.
by Student Blogger: Aingea Venuto - May 25, 2021
Without classes, we may stay stagnant in the summer - missing dance, history, and acting classes, we tend to fall off the wagon, so to speak. Luckily enough, I have created a list of things to do to keep you artistically stimulated during the long summer break!
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 24, 2021
Weston Playhouse Theatre Company presents an 85th Anniversary Celebration Series kicking off with Walker Farm Music: Summer Edition. Join nationally recognized musicians on June 26, July 3, and July 4 at 7:00 pm under the Tent at Walker Farm.
by Stephi Wild - May 21, 2021
Preston Live Arts Festival, a celebration of arts, culture, and homegrown talent in Preston, announces the initial line-up for this year's Summer Festival which will run at venues across the city from 21-30 June. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 21, 2021
The song and video premiered yesterday on SonicPerspectives.com, and is now available to stream and download via Ingrooves on digital outlets. It can also be seen now on the band’s official YouTube page.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 19, 2021
It's been a quiet year at The Contemporary Theater Company, but this summer that is all going to change. With shows up to six nights a week on their outdoor patio, The Contemporary Theater Company is living up to their motto of “here to play.'
by Ella Embry - May 17, 2021
Broadway opens again in a few weeks, concerts are being scheduled again, and The Alliance is performing WORKING: A MUSICAL – the theatre is coming back soon! While we may not be back in front of a velvet curtain yet, WORKING: A MUSICAL under the tent teases normalcy while delivering a Coca-Cola Stage-worthy performance.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2021
Yoo Capital and Deutsche Finance International have announced a major agreement with premium international live entertainment business, Trafalgar Entertainment, to run the site’s new 1,575-seat theatre. The theatre will be the largest new permanent theatre build of its kind to open in London since the National Theatre in 1976.  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 12, 2021
Prior to its release in 1971, there had never been an attempt to present a comprehensive anthology of the island’s musical development, with vintage ska, rock steady and reggae widely regarded as obsolete and of precious little merit.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
Premiering today, “Not In My Backyard” (NIMBY) was inspired by a conversation bandleader John “Chico” Finn had with a friend who was adamant that fracking was bad but was ok with mining for coal in West Virginia.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
The show is based on the life of an American woman who falls in love with a Sicilian man while studying abroad in Italy. She builds a life with him in the United States and unfortunately loses him to illness. She, (Saldana), takes on the task of raising her daughter alone. 
by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2021
Music, comedy, theatre and vogueing will feature at Homeground, HOME's temporary outdoor arts venue, this Summer, with a diverse lineup truly providing something for everyone, while the size of the 80,000 sq ft site means a great atmosphere no matter what social distancing regulations are necessary.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2021
Each of the five selected recipient receives £1000, as well as technical, marketing and creative support from Iris Theatre to develop and present their work as part of the Summer Festival. Each artist receives 50% of their production's box office revenue.
by Student Blogger: Stefany Flores - Jun 8, 2021
Beyond comedy shows and late-night shows, Broadway is coming back in full speed starting this fall. If you're vaccinated and want to experience the feeling of viewing a show outside of your home, the city has got you covered! So what are you waiting for? Lights! Camera! Action!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 7, 2021
It's been a quiet year at The Contemporary Theater Company, but this summer that is all going to change. With shows up to six nights a week on their outdoor patio, The Contemporary Theater Company is living up to their motto of “here to play.”
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Jun 4, 2021
Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. Gaining a BFA online, a case for the best movie musical, an inspiring story for immigrant artists, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Marina Kennedy - Jun 4, 2021
Fine dining returns to Midtown with the re-opening of Tuscany Steakhouse, a destination for the steaks, seafood, and Italian specialties.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 4, 2021
Gingold Theatrical Group will continue its new play development with the Phase 1 Plays-In-Progress virtual table readings of this year's SPEAKER'S CORNER Writers Group. This season, Kate Douglas, Aeneas Sagar Hemphill, Divya Mangwani, Seth McNeill, Sophie Sagan-Gutherz, and Marcus Scott are developing works in response to Shaw's Arms and the Man. 
by Student Blogger: Dylan Kerr - Jun 2, 2021
As she prepares for a jump, the heel of her LaDuca catches on the edge of her couch and sends her sprawling. Record scratch... You may be wondering how I got here.
by Jeremy Bustin - Jun 2, 2021
Andrew Gall has always been a writer – and a multitalented actor, director, playwright and designer for 30-plus years. But in his new home of Richmond, Virginia, the formerly North Carolina-based theatre veteran’s newest project is a return to source material he couldn’t fully appreciate until this point in his career – and he shines it through a societal and political prism that’s never been more relevant as it is today.
by TV News Desk - Jun 17, 2021
Seasons one and two of LEGENDARY are available on HBO Max, including the season two finale, which features a showstopping performance by Megan Thee Stallion.
by Student Blogger: Meguire Hennes - Jun 16, 2021
Broadway is reopening! Which means open calls and auditions will start to become a regular part of our lives again. Here are some tips to get ready for the upcoming in-person audition season.
by Marina Kennedy - Jun 16, 2021
For the first time ever, ionic and beloved Italian restaurant Carmine’s is offering a line of frozen classic meal kits featuring their most-popular dishes including Eggplant Parmigiana, Lasagna, and Pasta and Meatballs.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 16, 2021
New Perspectives Theatre Company has announced Now or Never, our 12th Annual Women's Work Short Play Festival, running virtually Saturday, June 26 at 12:00pm to Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at midnight.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2021
After nearly 450 days of being closed for indoor performances, The Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware will announce the first batch of indoor shows in its 2021-2022 season on June 22 at 10:00am.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 9, 2021
The Festival will take place in venues across the city and county, as well as at the newly reopened Festival Gardens where a brand-new Festival music weekend is announced in collaboration with Wild Paths - Garden Sessions. Festival Gardens will also see the return of the much-loved Garden Party over the middle weekend.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 8, 2021
To herald the premier of Lightning Bugs: Conversations With Ben Folds, Folds will introduce the show with a live taping of the podcast streaming free at On Air Fest today, April 8.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 7, 2021
In February 2020, Graeae launched Crips With Chips at the company's home, Bradbury Studios, in what was to be the first in a series of accessible scratch nights, featuring new work by Deaf and disabled writers.   The second was scheduled for a few weeks later but then, in March, COVID struck and plans were put on hold.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 5, 2021
“Guy Fieri infuses his unmatched energy and passion into every show he makes,” said White. “He is truly one-of-a-kind, adored globally for his own love of food and his deep appreciation for the people behind the restaurant scenes. I am beyond thrilled to be able to continue this extraordinary, creative partnership.”
by Gil Kaan - Apr 30, 2021
Geffen Stayhouse’s sixth virtual production Jared Mezzocchi’s SOMEONE ELSE’S HOUSE world premieres April 30, 2021. This live, virtual, and interactive theatrical experience was written and will be performed by Jared. Based on the true-life haunting encounters of generations of his family living in New England, the Zoomed audience will follow along with Jared narrating his family histories using the “haunting kits” pre-mailed before their reserved performance.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 29, 2021
45North and Ellie Keel Productions today announce CUNCH by Marika McKennell as the final audio play in the first series of Written on the Waves.
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 29, 2021
Exciting times! Restaurants are opening all around the city and some that have shuttered during the pandemic are reopening.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 27, 2021
The members of Chestnut Grove have been together since high school and are nearing their thirtieth birthdays – the sonic themes on The Album reflect this period of growth with lyrics that discuss how difficult it is to cope with getting older, the pain of losing friends and the sting of romantic breakups.
by Student Blogger: Jaclyn Hansen - Apr 23, 2021
Whether it be a large dance number, a touching duet, or a beautiful ensemble number— the finale has the ability to set the tone of the show. I remember when I was growing up and doing Musical Theatre as a kid, I always loved the final number of a show. I loved performing in them, watching them, and listening to them on the Original Broadway Cast Soundtrack. The magical energy that these musical numbers is contagious and always follows the audience home.
by Stage Tube - Apr 22, 2021
Tony-nominated Broadway star Daniel J. Watts joins TODAY to talk about his series “The Jam,” in which he uses comedy, music and storytelling to paint a picture of what it was like growing up as an only child.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 21, 2021
Calling all local Creatives!  The recently announced Preston Live Arts Festival is inviting applications for local artists to create and submit unique work celebrating the city of Preston and its people. 
by Stephi Wild - Apr 20, 2021
More than 950 artists from 70 countries played a game of TELEPHONE, in which a message was passed from art form to art form. The message could become a poem, then a painting, then a film, then a dance, as it was passed 7,177,703 kilometers between 489 cities.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 2, 2021
Possum Juniors, the youth affiliate of Possum Point Players, will take on the task of creating an original production for their annual summer show this year. The initial interest and information meeting is set for 6:00 pm, Tuesday, April 6, in Possum Hall, 441 Old Laurel Road, Georgetown.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 16, 2021
Joseph, originally hailing from rural upstate New York, first found his musical voice in the cello. After engrossing himself in the instrument for years and ranking among the top 10 youth cellists in New York State, it was his Great Aunt who introduced Joseph to folk music as a teen.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 16, 2021
This tailgate-styled event was built from scratch to fill the void for student-produced works normally produced in their workshop space, the Jubilee Theatre Directing Lab. They invite audiences to come feel the raw and unfettered energy of youth in the ‘grass roots’ impassioned work of this inaugural year.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 15, 2021
Preston City Council today announces that have been successful in securing an £841,647 grant from the DCMS Cultural Recovery fund and will soon be announcing a full line up for the brand new Preston Live Arts Festival due to take place in and around the city from 21-30 June.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 15, 2021
Dates have been confirmed for three of Compass Festival's projects this Spring and Summer in Leeds as the city and the UK re-opens following the latest lockdown. 
by Ashley Corbaley - Apr 14, 2021
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio's ANTIGONE is now playing at the Botanical Garden! BWW was fortunate to chat with John Boyd who plays Creon in the production about his experience. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 14, 2021
The Know team invites you to walk with into a new story about emerging from the darkness unfolds around you.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 14, 2021
FringeArts and Circadium School of Contemporary Circus kick off their return to live performance with the third annual Hand to Hand circus festival June 3—13. The two-week-long fest features a mix of socially distanced indoor and outdoor performances and workshops by innovative, local company 3AM Theatre and Philadelphia's most talented up-and-coming circus artists.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 14, 2021
The Huntington announces the return to live, in-person performances following an incomparable year-and-a-half of stages left dark because of the global pandemic.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 13, 2021
This spring, one Midwestern University workshopped and produced the new musical, Still. Through hours of collaboration, the Olivet Nazarene University Theatre program brought to life the modernized retelling of Fanny Crosby's work and life.
by Joseph Harrison - Apr 10, 2021
In William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, a motley cast of characters find themselves in an idyllic forest filled with magic and wonder. So, it is quite apropos that Orlando Shakes’ current production of this timeless classic is being offered outdoors, at a park (Lake Eola Park) in a beautiful setting by the water. And like the young lovers and the “Mechanicals” who enter the woods not knowing how their lives will change before the night is through, audiences seated in the Walt Disney Amphitheatre are in for an evening of magic and merriment – one that, I must say, is long overdue.