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Review: FAT HAM at Circuit Playhouse by Kevin Shaw - Sep 23, 2023

What did our critic think of FAT HAM at Circuit Playhouse?

Review: Samuel Beckett's WAITING FOR GODOT at STNJ is an Exceptional Theatrical Experience by Marina Kennedy - Sep 21, 2023

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey (STNJ) continues their successful season themed “Take Flight” with the Main Stage production of Samuel Beckett’s groundbreaking tragicomedy, 'Waiting for Godot.'

Review: SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre by Katy Scott - Sep 18, 2023

A celebration of the power of art and one of the most loved of all Sondheim / Lapine collaborations

FROM A TO ZOO Edward Albee Reading Series Continues On Wednesday, September 27 by A.A. Cristi - Sep 14, 2023

In association with The Estate of Edward Albee, the Black Box announces LISTENING (1976) and COUNTING THE WAYS (1976) as the next monthly reading in EDWARD ALBEE: FROM A TO ZOO, AN EXCLUSIVE STAGED READING SERIES OF EDWARD ALBEE'S PLAYS. 

Revival Of The Award Winning THE GALLANT JOHN-JOE Comes To Mill Theatre And Town Hall Cavan by Stephi Wild - Sep 4, 2023

The Gallant John-Joe will open at DLR Mill Theatre this coming September with a transfer to Townhall, Cavan. The original production starred the great Tom Hickey who garnered international recognition and critical acclaim for his performance as the incomparable John-Joe.

Matt Morgan and Heidi Brucker Morgan to Return to Rochester Fringe Festival with SHOTSPEARE'S OTHELLO by Blair Ingenthron - Aug 27, 2023

Rochester Fringe Festival favorites Matt Morgan and Heidi Brucker Morgan are returning to the Rochester Fringe Festival this year in an all-new production of Shotspeare, one of Rochester Fringe's most popular events, in the festival's sparkling Spiegeltent for a limited engagement of five nights only: Tuesday, Sept. 19 through Saturday, Sept. 23, at 9 p.m.

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: 17 MINUTES, Gilded Balloon by L Gourley - Aug 8, 2023

17 Minutes is a well-crafted and emotional piece, elevated by its attention to detail in both stage design and in the cast’s performance as they bring a devastated community and fraught relationships to life. Rubens’ slow spiral as he copes with the consequences of his choices is paced to perfection, with exceptional performances by the cast as a whole. A standout in a sea of comedic pieces, 17 Minutes is an excellent and moving addition to The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Awadagin Pratt Releases 'Still Point' (single) via New Amsterdam Records by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 2, 2023

Awadagin Pratt has released 'Still Point', the second single from his upcoming album STILLPOINT. Read more about the internationally acclaimed pianist's latest release and upcoming album on New Amsterdam Records.

Review: ROMEO & JULIET at GreenStage by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Jul 25, 2023

GreenStage brings the classic tale of ROMEO & JULIET to life with wit and charm and heaps of teenage angst. Beneath the canopy of trees, the denizens of Old Verona weave their magic. Whether you are Team Capulet or Team Montague, you’ll enjoy the battle. The timeless tale of love is full of laughs, passion, and manipulation.

Review: SOME ENCHANTED EVENING Brings a Touch of Class at Saint Vincent Summer Theatre by Greg Kerestan - Jul 21, 2023

The summer institution shakes up its image with a lightly sophisticated musical revue.

WHAT DO WE DO WITH THE DEAD Comes to the Cape Cod Theatre Project by Stephi Wild - Jul 10, 2023

The Cape Cod Theatre Project (CCTP) continues its 2023 season in its third of four weeks with playwright Fernanda Coppel's AYA and a special, one night only presentation of Stephen Belber's What Do We Do With the Dead. 

BWW CD REVIEW: ARCHETYPE at Lexicon Classics by Erica Miner - Jul 3, 2023

What did our critic think of BWW CD REVIEW: ARCHETYPE at Lexicon Classics?a not-to-be-missed musical delight that will elicit the desire for repeated listenings

Small Crush Releases New Single '5' by Michael Major - Jun 29, 2023

Small Crush release their infectious and adorable single and music video, '5.' In the video, directed by Jak Kerley at Shibby Pictures, the band transports themselves back to sunny pastimes. Small Crush will also soon be embarking on a month-long tour with The Happy Fits, Windser, and Hot Freaks this October as well as supporting Jeff Rosenstock.

Student Blog: Asking My Computer Science Boyfriend What Acting Terms Mean by Student Blogger: Charlie Perkins - Jun 27, 2023

My boyfriend, Lewis, works in web design. I subjected him to a 45-minute interview about what different theatre-related terms mean. Do you know what they all mean? He certainly didn't.

Review: GYPSY at Shaw Festival by Michael Rabice - Jun 13, 2023

'A Musical Fable.' This is the subtitle that author Arthur Laurents chose when writing his script for the blockbuster musical 'GYPSY.' And after a  delay of almost 3 years due to covid, the Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake is presenting their version of this famed musical fable at the Festival Theatre. 

Review: THE BOOK OF WILL at A Noise Within by Evan Henerson - May 28, 2023

Gunderson’s storytelling and her love of Shakespeare is another. It’s also icing on a most tasty cake that may not be for all palates. If you get the running gag of a character’s passion for PERICLES, this one’s for you.

The Cape Cod Theatre Project Announces 2023 Season of New Plays by A.A. Cristi - May 23, 2023

The Cape Cod Theatre Project (CCTP) announces its 2023 Season of New Plays, running Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 PM ET from June 29th-July 22nd at Falmouth Academy's Simon Center for the Arts. For the second consecutive year, CCTP will highlight female voices, with workshops of staged readings by Steph Del Rosso (June 29-July 1), May Treuhaft-Ali (July 6-July 8), Fernanda Coppel (July 13-15) and Mary Elizabeth Hamilton (July 20-22).

Sara Porkalob's DRAGON LADY & More Set for Marin Theatre Company 2023/24 Season by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2023

Marin Theatre Company has announced the four productions that will make up the company’s 2023/24 season. Learn how to purchase tickets!

Review: MANDY PATINKIN IN CONCERT: BEING ALIVE Is Uncompromisingly Unique at Pittsburgh Playhouse by Greg Kerestan - May 6, 2023

There's a reason Patinkin is a legend, and it's because he is so permanently himself and no one else.

Review: TWELFTH NIGHT at Seattle Shakespeare by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Apr 30, 2023

TWELFTH NIGHT at Seattle Shakespeare is loaded with music, mischief, and magic. With the Bard’s trusty plot devices of mistaken identity and a prank gone awry, the show traipses its way through the lives of the Illyrians on the way to their happy endings. Clever lyrics embellish the story, touch the heart, and even drop a few truth bombs about identity. The fun and frivolity are full force in this stellar production of a classic in musical form.What did our critic think of TWELFTH NIGHT at Seattle Shakespeare?

Audrey Ross to Present DANCES I LOVE Concert This Month by Blair Ingenthron - Apr 16, 2023

Audrey Ross will present 'DANCES  I  LOVE' on April 29 at 7:30 PM and April 30 at 3 PM The Theatre at St. Jeans.

Review Roundup: Pulitzer Prize-Winning FAT HAM Opens On Broadway! by Review Roundups - Apr 12, 2023

Read reviews for the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy Fat Ham by James Ijames, directed by Saheem Ali, opening tonight on Broadway!

Review: I HATE HAMLET at Phoenix Theatre by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Apr 9, 2023

I HATE HAMLET is a delightful romp for Shakespeare aficionados and newbies alike. The witty repartee just keeps coming as playwright Paul Rudnick dishes out great dialogue and some killer one liners. Nothing is funnier than actors making fun of actors, and I HATE HAMLET does it well. Despite its focus on one of the greatest dramas ever written, the show puts comedy front and center.

LOTNY to Present AMERICAN ONE ACTS in May by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 4, 2023

The little OPERA theatre of ny (LOTNY) will present American One Acts, a double bill, conducted by Gregory Hopkins and directed by Philip Shneidman, from May 31 - June 4, 2023 at Baruch Performing Arts Center.

Margaret Atwood, Adam Gopnik & More Join Stratford Festival's 2023 Meighen Forum Lineup by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 3, 2023

The Stratford Festival’s Meighen Forum will return for its 11th season with new experiences and returning favourites that promise to deepen their 71st season through compelling discussion, intimate performances, workshops, concerts, comedy and more.

Previews: LET ME HAMLET at Taproot Theatre by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Mar 6, 2023

LET ME HAMLET is a window in the world of artistic struggle and yearning. The show illuminates the highs and lows and in betweens that make up the life of an actor. In this sisyphean journey to play Hamlet, the actor must find the beauty of the pursuit before the task burns away his passion.

Review: 1776 at CIBC Theatre is a Refreshing-Lee Modern Take on a Classic by Kathleen Anwar - Mar 6, 2023

1776 is a perfect example of a modern adaptation done right. Virtually everyone growing up in the United States learns the story of our country's birth: The founding fathers, the struggle for independence from Britain, and the scourge of slavery that was shamefully part of our fledgling nation. 1776 gives us a deep dive into this history, complete with nuanced political debates and glimpses into the personal lives of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence.

Review: INTO THE WOODS at Opera House/Kennedy Center by Mary Lincer - Feb 27, 2023

What did our critic think of INTO THE WOODS at Opera House/Kennedy Center?

HKRep Presents ALL GOOD THINGS, Co-Written By Artistic Director Anthony Chan and Roger Lee by Stephi Wild - Feb 21, 2023

The Main Stage of the HKRep 2022–23 season concludes with the final production helmed by Artistic Director Anthony Chan prior to his retirement. A moving story drawing on precious memories of noted filmmaker Roger Lee, this new play follows the success of his award-winning film A Simple Life, sharing personal recollections that touch people's hearts.

Summer Season Announced At Wigmore Hall April-July 2023 by A.A. Cristi - Feb 9, 2023

Wigmore Hall's packed summer season (1 Apr – 21 Jul) features nearly 200 concerts and events. At the heart of Wigmore Hall's summer programme is the core chamber, piano and vocal repertoire upon which its reputation as the international home of chamber music is built, but there are also visits from legendary jazz musicians, Yiddish cabaret and forays into the avant garde.

Review: MANDY PATINKIN: BEING ALIVE at Proctors Theatre by Noah Casner - Feb 3, 2023

From the moment Mandy Patinkin stepped on stage, it was clear that this show was going to be something incredibly special. Met with thunderous entrance applause, Patinkin took a moment to absorb the audience response before promptly turning the applause around and clapping for us, the patrons who were simply excited to be there.

Flabbergast's THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH Comes to Southwark Playhouse by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2023

Following a hugely successful Edinburgh Festival 2022 run, award-winning Flabbergast Theatre are bringing their highly critically acclaimed The Tragedy of Macbeth to Southwark playhouse for a four-week run.

Review: MANDY PATINKIN IN CONCERT: BEING ALIVE At Strathmore Music Center by Rachael F. Goldberg - Jan 31, 2023

The phrase “Mandy Patinkin in Concert” should always draw audiences, but this particular 'Being Alive' tour is just a lovely and loving performance, and it’s one well worth seeing. Patinkin is pure joy on the stage, and the feeling is catching.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Announces 2023-24 Season Featuring 51 Concerts by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 30, 2023

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has announced its 2023-24 season, which celebrates the passing of the artistic torch and the theme of Legacy, with the final farewell concerts of two esteemed American string quartets, both with long histories at CMS.

The Public's UNDER THE RADAR Festival Begins Tomorrow, Featuring 36 Artists and Companies at Six Venues by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 3, 2023

The Public Theater will begin performances for the 18th annual UNDER THE RADAR FESTIVAL tomorrow, Wednesday, January 4. Learn more about the lineup and how to get tickets!

Mystical Feet Company to Present SECRET OF THE POSSIBLE at 14th Street Y This Month by Blair Ingenthron - Dec 3, 2022

Mystical Feet Company, in partnership with the Theater at the 14th Street Y, has announced December 2022 dance/theater performances of a new ensemble-created work from award-winning playwright/choreographer Yehuda Hyman, presented at the Theater at the 14th Street Y, 344 East 14th Street, Thursday, December 15 through Friday, December 23, 2022.

Review: Marriage is Not Perfect; It Never Will Be by Rayne Jarabo - Nov 29, 2022

Witnessing a postmodern reimagination of a sublime 20th-century Rodgers and Hammerstein musical makes one realize there is a darker, yet more revealing, life’s perspective. In Repertory Philippines’ 'Carousel,' director Toff de Venecia incorporates what we obsess about in this digital age, e.g., mobile phones, TikTok, and ring lights, amid the present-day political and societal pressures, including the countless fits of abuse in marriage.

2:22 A GHOST STORY Enters Final 6 Weeks of Performances at Criterion Theatre by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 23, 2022

There are just 6 weeks left to see the current cast Tamsin Carroll, Felix Scott, Laura Whitmore and Matt Willis in 2:22 - A Ghost Story with the final performance at the Criterion on 8 January.

VIDEO: After a Three-Year Wait, Gian Magdangal to Play Billy--Finally by Oliver Oliveros - Nov 23, 2022

Over three years ago (blame the COVID-19 pandemic), actor-singer Gian Magdangal was announced to play the conflicted leading man, Billy Bigelow, in a reimagined take on a classic, 'Carousel.'

Review: Mandy Patinkin at the Eccles Theater was Unconventional and Unforgettable by Tyler Hinton - Nov 21, 2022

MANDY PATINKIN IN CONCERT: BEING ALIVE played the Eccles Theater for one night only on Saturday, November 19, 2022, spotlighting the stage and screen star’s distinctive singing, acting and personality.

Review: The New York Pops Bust Out Some Broadway With BROADWAY BLOCKBUSTERS at Carnegie Hall by Bobby Patrick - Nov 21, 2022

Bobby had a whale of a time with the swanks and swells of Carnegie Hall for the NEW YORK POPS BROADWAY BLOCKBUSTERS.

Good Theater Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Ambitious and Affecting CAROUSEL by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Nov 17, 2022

The current production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CAROUSEL at the Good Theater represents the realization of a lifelong dream for Executive/Artistic Director Brian P. Allen, and the show that he has conceived and directed is both ambitious and genuinely affecting. Marshalling all the resources that this small company can command, Allen has created a chamber version of this 1945 masterpiece that preserves the heart of the tale and pays homage to what is arguably Rodgers & Hammerstein finest score.

Review: Shakespeare's Tricky Dick RICHARD III Proves A Crooked Villain at The Strand by Cybele Pomeroy - Nov 12, 2022

The Maryland Renaissance Festival and The Strand partner to present a one-weekend encore of the acclaimed RICHARD III by The Company Of Women. The Company are a force of craftswomanship the likes of which have not before been seen in Baltimore theater, and display a strong likelihood of becoming a major theatrical presence in the community.

Southbank Theatre Company Presents Tour-de-Force, One-Woman Show NATURAL SHOCKS by A.A. Cristi - Oct 28, 2022

Southbank Theatre Company electrifies its second season with playwright Lauren Gunderson's 60-minute, one-woman, tour-de-force show, inspired by Hamlet's iconic “To be or not to be” soliloquy. Tickets are on sale for “Natural Shocks” at Fonseca Theatre on Indianapolis' Near Westside, November 10-20, 2022. 

Review: Celebrating Sondheim with The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra at Kleinhans Musical Hall by Michael Rabice - Oct 24, 2022

What did our critic think of Celebrating Sondheim with The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra at Kleinhans Musical Hall?

Review: THE POLTERGEIST, Arcola Theatre by Cindy Marcolina - Oct 18, 2022

Philip Ridley writes an atomic bomb of a play and keeps his finger on the release button until Sasha explodes in an earth-shaking climax. Social niceties and typically British politeness masquerade a coarse, brash internal monologue whose quick quips are absolutely annihilating and, frankly, indecently amusing.

Reviews: MACBETH Glows Bright at Pioneer Farms in Austin, TX by Amy Tarver - Sep 23, 2022

Navigating the lantern lit path to a small traditional log cabin in Northeast Austin, the house was packed to see Archive Theater’s reimagined rendition of MACBETH. The cracked wooden windows to beat the heat, and the creative thrust staging ignited a sense of comradery for the drama needed for Shakespeare's famous Scottish play. Many are familiar with the story of MACBETH - three witches tell the Scottish general Macbeth that he will be King, resulting in murder and mayhem encouraged Lady Macbeth, the chaos quickly spirals out of control - but Archive sets the cunning mutiny during America’s civil war era. Altering places listed in the play to reference opposing sides during our nation's torrid history, mirrors the chaos and eventual bloodshed that occurs during Macbeth’s plight. The original “game of thrones” between the Macbeths and all who stand in their way is a shocking reminder of how greed and power can be a fatal elixir for the ambitious.

Interview: Original Broadway Cast Member John Hillner Revisits FOOTLOOSE At Argyle Theatre by A.A. Cristi - Aug 5, 2022

On any Sunday through August 28, Long Island audiences can catch Broadway's John Hillner starring as Reverend Shaw in the Oyster Bay Theatre production of the hit musical, Footloose!

Playwrights Horizons to Present New Season of SOUNDSTAGE Fiction Podcast - Listen to the Season 2 Intro Now by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 26, 2022

Playwrights Horizons will present the second season of Soundstage, its scripted fiction podcast. With plays written specifically for the audio format, not translated or recorded live from the stage, Soundstage has established itself as a singular, adventurous presence in both the podcasting and theater worlds. Listen to the Season 2 intro here!

Review: ETCHED GLASS DECANTER at Capital Fringe by Tavish Young - Jul 17, 2022

On its last day at Capital Fringe, The Evening Crane Theatre presented Etched Glass Decanter to a sold out audience.


Soliloquy has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1938.



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