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by A.A. Cristi - Sep 30, 2021
Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik gives the world premiere of Joseph Schwantner's Violin Concerto in his Detroit Symphony Orchestra debut on October 15 and 16, 2021 at Orchestra Hall (3711 Woodward Ave.).
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.
by Eleni Cashell - Sep 23, 2021
Killian Donnelly chats about what makes Phantom of the Opera so special, his favourite roles and how he’s finding fatherhood.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2021
LA Opera's Digital Shorts initiative, which pairs today's most exciting composers with acclaimed filmmakers, continues this season with a series of new short films that tackle themes of confinement, social justice and isolation.
by Andrew Child - Nov 7, 2021
The play explores the friendship between Gina, a self-proclaimed “wordsmith” whose liberal “activism” channels through her popular podcast and a pending book deal, and Dru, the young “Banksy of the Black Lives Matter movement”.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 3, 2021
The French Institute Alliance Française celebrates the final week of its 2021 Crossing The Line Festival with Kaneza Schaal's KLII, a work-in-progress performance at FIAF's Florence Gould Hall (55 East 59th Street) in New York City.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 5, 2022
Irish Repertory Theatre announced today two productions for their Summer 2022 season. A brand new production of Yes! Reflections of Molly Bloom, and the World Premiere of the new musical The Butcher Boy.
by Stephi Wild - May 31, 2022
Fringe stalwarts, Flabbergast Theatre are returning for the first time since their award-winning dark, sinister immersive 2018 experience, The Swell Mob. The Tragedy of Macbeth is a performance for both new and established theatregoers; Flabbergast's Shakespeare is for everyone, in a visceral and eloquent retelling of Shakespeare's imbrued tale of vicissitude.
by Jessica Tabak - May 30, 2022
Trinity Rep's risk-taking production of FAIRVIEW examines whether the stories theater tells obscure or reveal the truths of people's lives.
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2022
MOSSO, the Musicians of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, have announced details of their upcoming summer concerts at Symphony Hall. MOSSO will celebrate the music of Stephen Sondheim and John Williams. These concerts mark the first time in almost twenty years that the musicians of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra have performed summer concerts in Springfield.
by A.A. Cristi - May 11, 2022
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra celebrates the final weeks of its 2021/22 season with programs of astonishing variety. Come to hear virtuosic soloists and large orchestral works including one of the most deeply moving works of all time, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony culminating in “Ode to Joy”. Finish off the month by being swept away by the sounds of a generation, The Music of ABBA.
by Aaron Wallace - Mar 31, 2022
Now I would never wish harm on cats, of course. It's just that they ought not wish it on me either. But as I sat there bored nearly to felicide Tuesday night and praying for a cat-pocalypse on stage, I couldn't help but wonder why there's not a PETA for theatregoers - and if there were whether they'd douse the producers of CATS with cola or whatever liquid might represent the precious gasoline we wasted to reach the theatre.
by Michael Rabice - Mar 2, 2022
How to turn a classic play into a classic musical? Find the best of the best, of course. But even the powerhouse duo of Rodger's and Hammerstein couldn't figure out to to turn George Bernard Shaw's comic masterpiece PYGMALION into a musical. They attempted but ultimately passed. Happily another talented pair, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Lowe, decided to take a stab, and the result was the brilliant MY FAIR LADY. Beloved by many thanks to an Academy Award winning motion picture, the most recent Broadway revival at Lincoln Center has landed on the Shea's Buffalo stage and the sumptuous production is a knockout.
by Juan-Jose Gonzalez - Mar 19, 2021
De EL REY LEON a LOS MISERABLES pasando por MAMMA MÍA! o LA BELLA Y LA BESTIA, en Teatro y Cine Musical hay grandes temas de padres e hijos. ¡No te los pierdas!
by Stephi Wild - Jun 7, 2022
We're bringing you an exclusive look behind the scenes in the studio with Ramin Karimloo as he sings 'Väinämöinen's Soliloquy' from the upcoming Original Concept Album for Kalevala The Musical!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 4, 2021
Orchid Classics today released DIALOGO, the debut album of cellist John-Henry Crawford, First Prize Winner of the IX International Carlos Prieto Cello Competition and the Classical Recording Foundation’s 2019 Young Artist of the Year.
by Courtney Symes - Jun 30, 2022
The world has changed a lot since 1945, when Carousel opened on Broadway.  The Tony Awards hadn’t been established yet.  Interracial marriage was not yet legal.  Its score speaks of a bygone era when people comported themselves with a certain modesty and societal rules were very different.  One would wonder how such a show has survived through the years, but Rodgers and Hammerstein’s second musical has themes that are relevant today.  Domestic violence, poor choices, hope, and redemption are all things that society still experiences.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 3, 2022
The twice-Grammy-nominated, Billboard-charting Lincoln Trio - violinist Desirée Ruhstrat, cellist David Cunliffe, and pianist Marta Aznavoorian - surveys works by five of its hometown's most highly lauded living composers on Trios from Contemporary Chicago, available June 10, 2022, on Cedille Records.
by Rachel Wong - Jun 3, 2021
The past weekend audiences were treated to the second act of Ramin Karimloo and Hadley Fraser's concert - From the Rehearsal Room.
by Bruce Apar - Jun 22, 2021
This smartly-curated collection of five short, lively, skillfully-mounted plays -- running without intermission for a fast-moving 90 or so minutes -- is a fine and fun way to become reacquainted with the kind of pleasures only live-audience theater can offer. (Zoom theater ably serves its purpose as a stop-gap -- not a substitute -- for in-the-room theater.)
by Peter Nason - Jun 16, 2022
Reviewer Peter Nason counts down the greatest 101 YACHT ROCK HITS for your summertime listening pleasure.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 14, 2022
From June 23 through 25, 2022, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), CalArts' center for contemporary arts in downtown Los Angeles, proudly presents KLII, the new work from award-winning theater-maker and 2021 Guggenheim Fellow Kaneza Schaal.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 9, 2021
The album features voices from the cast of the new musical, as well as high-profile guest vocalists including Todrick Hall and Adam Lambert. Plus, a bonus track.
by Cary Ginell - Jul 3, 2022
Jonalyn Saxer grew up in Oak Park dreaming of becoming a star on Broadway. After making her debut in 'Bullets Over Broadway,' Saxer has continued from one show to the next, shining with her superb dancing abilities and versatile singing and acting. This July, she returns to her home town to play the key role of Katherine Plumber in 5-Stat Theatricals' production of 'Newsies.'
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!
by Team BWW - Jul 22, 2021
Having opened the production under extended social distancing restrictions, Theatre Royal Windsor's run of Hamlet has been extended by three weeks. The reimagined age, colour, and gender-blind production, directed by Sean Mathias, stars Ian McKellen. Check out what the critics had to say...
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.
by Maria Nockin - Jul 17, 2021
After Hours: Songs of Protest honors and celebrates a wide range of passionate music that galvanizes activists for social justice. This program of iconic songs, made famous by performers like Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, and Sam Cooke, is specially curated by Host and Artist in Residence Russell Thomas. Soprano Brandie Sutton, baritone Justin Austin.
by Tim Wright - Jul 16, 2022
It’s tough to keep a musical juggernaut like Les Misérables going. It’s even tougher to keep it feeling fresh, night after night for well over 35 years. Where others have faltered, Les Misérables has kept marching on to its own revolutionary drum beat. 
by Stephi Wild - Jul 11, 2021
The Ottawa-based pop rock ensemble's retro-ish new single transports listeners back to a vintage 1970s-era soundscape via today's digital DeLorean - in a kaleidoscope-induced, Cheap Trick-esque kind of way!
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 4, 2021
The Winter Park Playhouse will feature acclaimed vocal pair, Courtney and Dustin Cunningham, in their new cabaret titled Bella Notte as part of the theatre's Spotlight Cabaret Series. Playhouse Musical Director Christopher Leavy will accompany on piano.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 30, 2022
Lowell House Opera, the professional opera company in residence at Harvard University, presents the world premiere of NIGHTTOWN: an operatic reimagining of James Joyce's Ulysses, by composer and librettist Benjamin Perry Wenzelberg, based on the 15th and 18th chapters of Ulysses and the novel's roots in Homer's Odyssey. Performances will take place at Sanders Theater at Harvard University and will be livestreamed from March 10-12, 2022 at 7:30 and 3pm.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 14, 2021
Atlantic Theater Company has announced casting for African Caribbean MixFest, a series of free readings co-produced by playwright Guadalís Del Carmen and playwright, director and Artistic Director of the Young Vic Kwame Kwei-Armah, that will run virtually Tuesday, January 19th through Friday, January 29th.
by Roy Berko - Feb 24, 2021
Beck Center has a sterling reputation of cultivating talented performers who go on to success in hit Broadway shows and associated tours. Some of the theatre's alums will perform in a virtual engagement which runs March 5 to March 28, 2021, as part of Beck Center for the Arts' 87th Professional Theater Season.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 9, 2021
Artist Series Concerts presents the groundbreaking young Merz Trio, performing with another star on the rise, 27 year-old Jamaican-American violist Jordan Bak, Sunday, January 23, 4 p.m. at Temple Sinai, 4631 South Lockwood Ridge Road, Sarasota.
by David Sousa Lopes - Dec 29, 2021
Broadway World had the pleasure of attending the premiere of The Pajama Game, a musical play by author Richard Bissell and George Abbott. Set in 1950s America, it tells the story of a pajama factory where workers are actively demanding a salary raise of seven and a half cents.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 22, 2020
Onassis USA announces the Eureka Commissions, an initiative catalyzing forward-looking, exploratory, interrogative work within a new cultural landscape irrevocably changed by COVID-19 and a society grappling with social and racial injustice.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 21, 2021
Ringing in a hopeful 2022, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, CalArts' downtown center for contemporary arts, will kick off a full year of live performance and art. Through performances, screenings, and exhibitions, REDCAT will once again welcome in-person audiences—as well as online audiences around the world—from January through June 2022. 
by Drew Maidment - Dec 21, 2020
Hollywood has always had a love affair with musicals. Whether it be Golden Age classics, ambitious Broadway adaptations, or animated adventures, American audiences flock to theaters to see a film that features some toe-tappin’ tunes. 
by Steve Murray - Dec 2, 2021
This Bay Area premiere of Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shaina Taub's musical adaptation of Twelfth Night is both the first Shakespeare play in nineteen seasons at SF Playhouse and director Susi Damilano's first attempt at the bard. Given those possibly daunting circumstances, this production is an exhilarating triumph and Damilano's best work since her brilliant Cabaret in 2019.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 6, 2021
Did you miss some of the many, many musical theatre references on Schmigadooon? We've got you covered! Find out where you first heard those references to Brigadoon, The Music Man, Oklahoma!, and more.
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!
by Cary Ginell - Aug 5, 2021
Of all elements of society hit by the pandemic, the one that got hit the hardest was the performing arts. Many theatre companies were forced to close their doors while those that managed to survive were crippled by 16 months of inactivity and decimated budgets. Young Artists Ensemble has not only been a growth culture for local talent for 40 years, it has never shied away from a challenge and while other companies were subsisting on shows with small casts, YAE was determined to stage the Student Edition of 'Les Miserables,' the larger-than-life 1985 Broadway masterpiece, for its annual teen summer musical.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 3, 2021
On a beautiful summer afternoon, Saturday July 24, there was an outdoor musical theatre concert, 'A Good Day - Songs from Musicals by Eric B. Sirota' at Ellsworth Park in Union City, New Jersey.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 5, 2022
In its first appearance on vinyl, the Original Broadway Cast Recording of Ragtime – featuring the Tony Award-winning score by composer Stephen Flaherty and lyricist Lynn Ahrens – is celebrated in a commemorative “red, white and blue” collectors limited edition, available everywhere now from Masterworks Broadway.
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 4, 2022
Who doesn't want to have a Standing Room Only birthday party? Well, that's what happened when Ari Axelrod brought his Award-winning cabaret play to The Green Room 42.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Apr 25, 2022
To put the biggest problem in contemporary terms, terms which doubtless occurred to many members of the audience besides just me: Is this a play about Zelensky or is it a play about Putin? You can characterize it as the story of a small army’s gallant victory against a much larger and better-equipped force, or you can talk about it as the story of an unprovoked invasion of a sovereign foreign land in service of an improbable abstract notion of the invading country’s imperial rights.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 13, 2021
On Friday, June 4, 2021, Orchid Classics will release DIALOGO, the debut album of cellist John-Henry Crawford, First Prize Winner of the IX International Carlos Prieto Cello Competition and the Classical Recording Foundation's 2019 Young Artist of the Year.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 13, 2021
Playing a rare 200-year-old cello smuggled out of Austria by his grandfather, Robert Popper, Crawford performs Brahms’ Sonata for Piano and Cello No. 2 in F Major, Op. 99 and Shostakovich’s Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor.

Soliloquy Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Soliloquy have their been?
Soliloquy has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1938.

What productions of Soliloquy have their been?
Soliloquy has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1938.

What productions of Soliloquy have there been?
Soliloquy has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1938.