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Cort Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
138 West 48th St.
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by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2021
This week, Adventure Theatre MTC's Sunday free digital production will celebrate Mother's Day with a digital reading of two plays written and directed by mothers. Local actor and recent Theater Washington Helen Hayes Award winner Regina Aquino joins writer/director/creator Ayesis Clay as they share their unique stories celebrating motherhood, directed by Ali Oliver-Krueger.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 6, 2021
Fresh from its first successful mental health-focused Los Angeles event, The Shift, a digital platform led by a diverse, all-female executive team of impact producers, today announced that popular, multimedia and iHeart 103.5 KISS FM Morning Radio personality Paulina Roe will co-host The Shift Wellness Rally’s Chicago virtual event with Adrienne Finch, a digital content creator and entrepreneur with a social media following of more than 1.2 million.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 3, 2021
Philadelphia Theatre Company announced the first winner of the newly revived Terrence McNally Award. The theatre wanted to revive the award and had been in discussion with McNally and his husband, producer Tom Kirdahy, to move forward before McNally passed away due to complications of Covid-19 in March 2020.
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2021
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 5/27/2021 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by Student Blogger: Paige Rosko - May 25, 2021
I've discovered that once I start working on theater productions and I feel that magic and joy, I don't want to stop, which leads me to seek out new opportunities.
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 11, 2021
Broadway's Kate Rockwell has teamed up with Next on Stage season 1 college finalist Steven Klenk to perform Rewrite the Stars from The Greatest Showman!
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 31, 2021
Ask any of the women working in the nightclub industry who their idol is, who their role model, there heroine, and chances are they will say one of these names.
by Ron Bierman - Mar 31, 2021
As I write this, mezzo soprano Emily Fons is driving from her home in Milwaukee to San Diego to rehearse the role of Rosina, the wife of roving-eyed count Almaviva in The Barber of Seville by Rossini. Three years ago Fons sang Cherubino here in the related comic opera The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart. The switch to the count's wife from Mozart's Cherubino, a 15-year-old boy and randy rival of the philandering count, is an indication of the mezzo's acting and vocal versatility. I discovered when we met via Zoom (what else?) that her adventurous openness to new roles is typical of the mezzo's approach to life.
by Student Blogger: Kyle Morales - Mar 26, 2021
Marc Tumminelli, Founder and Director of Broadway Workshop and Artistic Director of Project Broadway, has earned himself a new title as the creator and host of “LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway.'
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 25, 2021
Via Brooklyn, an interactive theatre company based in NYC, is proud to debut their first ever streaming production.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 23, 2021
The new single from her upcoming CD is a great follow-up to her last release 'Burn' and it shows that Florencia Cuenca's vision as a musical storyteller is as unique as her voice is beautiful.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 19, 2021
Delete It sees Eleri Angharad explore her own feelings of anticipation and anxiety around a WhatsApp conversation. She asks the question to either send or delete the message 'I Love You.'
by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Mar 17, 2021
Earlier this month, Dress Circle Publishing released THE UNTOLD STORIES OF BROADWAY, VOLUME 4, the latest in a series by acclaimed historian and producer Jennifer Ashley Tepper. Can't wait to get your hands on it? While you're waiting for your copy, let BroadwayWorld hold you over with a special sneak peek from a chapter all about the Minskoff Theatre.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 16, 2021
The Everyman has gone digital. It will be a while before audiences will be back in the theatre for a real live, interactive, experience so The Everyman have launched the next best thing - and it's all Made in Cork.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 16, 2021
The commissioned works comprise a collective that chronicles the current moment, of how we felt and what we learned, and of what redemption we might find and carry forward. The Irish Arts Center was founded in 1972 and is based in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 12, 2021
The talented pop singer-songwriter's latest track is an uplifting ode to holding out hope for a new chapter, a relatable message propelled by Gelman's soulful vocals and expert songwriting.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 10, 2021
In addition, Ariel also shares the lyric video for album track “It’s You”, a song that “focuses on the type of person that refuses to see all the bad signs of a partner,” says Ariel. “Despite how badly you can be treated by someone, sometimes we refuse to see ourselves being with anyone else.”
by Peter Danish - Mar 10, 2021
BWW Interview: Hershey Felder of HERSHEY FELDER AS PUCCINI at Florence, Italy
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 1, 2021
“Heart By Heart” is written “from the perspective of yourself but talking to someone special to you, who may be having a hard time with their life,” says Posen. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 5, 2021
Goteborg Opera has announced its upcoming 2021-22 season, featuring opera productions by national and international directors, groundbreaking dance with an emphasis on female artists, and a newly composed musical based on Swedish artist Håkan Hellström’s music.
by TV News Desk - Jun 4, 2021
The video was shot by filmmaker David Morrison. 'I met David on a film I was on that shot in the Arctic for a month,' says CrowJane.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 3, 2021
With the pandemic putting so much on hold, Nation of Language (Devaney, with keyboardist Aidan Noell and bassist Michael Sue-Poi), decided to forge ahead and begin work on what would become A Way Forward.
by TV News Desk - Jun 10, 2021
He added guitar to his repertoire with a bit of help from his cousin, a gifted Chet Atkins style player, who taught him the Nashville number system of writing out chord charts. 
by Gil Kaan - Jun 10, 2021
The Fountain Theatre will inaugurate their new outdoor stage with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ 2014 Obie Award-winning AN OCTOROON, with previews beginning June 11, 2021. Judith Moreland directs the cast of Leea Ayers, Matthew Hancock, Mara Klein, Hazel Lozano, Rob Nagle, Kacie Rogers, Vanessa Claire Stewart and Pam Trotter. Between final rehearsals, Matthew, who plays the playwright’s alter-ego among other characters, made some time to answer a few of my inquiries.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 10, 2021
Following a year of remotely-produced and video productions, Forward Theater Company will conclude their 12th season with a return to in-person performances for the Within These Walls: Stories of Home monologue festival, June 24-27 in Promenade Hall at Overture Center for the Arts.
by Martin Ganeider - Jun 1, 2021
Here it is, your catchy tune! Two words, that's all Stephen Sondheim needs. He, Sondheim is a master of lyrics, a composing genius, a living Musical Legend. Nobody apart from him, is able to play and juggling with words to create the most amazing and sometimes horrible to learn, lines in musical theatre. The Volksoper has its own history with Sondheim shows. After A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM and SWEENEY TODD, it is time for Sondheim number three, INTO THE WOODS, directed by Olivier Tambosi and Simon Eichenberger. As mentioned before, it is good to be back in a theatre, and it is safe to be in the auditorium again. (click here to read about the Voksoper Covid 19 prevention concept)
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 29, 2021
The brand-new Original Studio Cast Recording of Guy Fawkes the Musical has landed, featuring Adam Pearce (Prince of Egypt, Evita, Sunset Boulevard) as the infamous Guy Fawkes. Here is an exciting chance to watch the beautiful music video of 'Where Is The Man For Me?' starring Francesca Leyland as Viviana Radcliffe and filmed on location at Ordsall Hall, Salford.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 29, 2021
Today, January 29, Lia Ices has released her new LP Family Album, via her own label Natural Music. Today Ices also shares the groundbreaking, cinematic video for Family Album’s title track. Collaborating with director, Aaron Brown, the clip represents a breakthrough in capturing the relationship between the artist and the human aura.
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 Stephi Wild - Jan 27, 2021
Trademark Theater continues its 2020-2021 season with a digital workshop and virtual presentation of Part One of WHAT YOU CAN'T KEEP, by playwright Harrison David Rivers featuring the talents of Miriam Schwartz, Eric Sharp, and filmmaker Braddon Olson.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 27, 2021
Producer and composer Kitt Wakeley announces the independent release of his new album, 'Symphony of Sinners and Saints,' set to drop Friday, May 21, 2021, while the celebration of the new release will be that evening at 7 p.m., at the Oklahoma City Civic Center. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 27, 2021
Almost two weeks since six student playrights from the drama program at the University of Northampton were featured in a global radio contest, the NYC startup production agency known as The Pressure Players has finally revealed the last member on their panel of judges.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 26, 2021
During the Great Quarantine Of 2020, when a large part of the music industry came to a grinding halt, many bands and artists were content to wait until the pandemic passed and normal business resumed while other artists decided to make the most of the unusual times and try a little something different!
by Matt Wolf - Jan 22, 2021
The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster in northwest England has embarked once more upon a female-led digital learning initiative that was in place last autumn and is again this year
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 4, 2021
Cleveland Play House plays matchmaker with the next installment of Theatre Thursday: The Art of Connection on Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm. Hosted by Artistic Director Laura Kepley, the February edition features four short plays commissioned by CPH and written by Philip Dawkins, Crystal Finn, Nandita Shenoy, and Lloyd Suh.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 4, 2021
Painted Shrines, the new project of  Jeremy Earl of Woods and Glenn Donaldson of Skygreen Leopards, will release their first album Heaven and Holy on March 5 on Woodsist Records, and today they share the record’s title track.
by Fiona Scott - Feb 24, 2021
Have you ever found yourself reading or watching one of Sherlock Holmes' adventures and wanted to get involved in the action itself? Now you can. Les Enfants Terribles have taken their expertise in crafting immersive theatre to the world wide web in Sherlock Holmes: An Online Adventure, directed by Oliver Lansley and James Seager.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 18, 2021
Palm Beach Dramaworks Producing Artistic Director William Hayes and Actors’ Playhouse Artistic Director David Arisco are pleased to announce that their companies are joining forces on a virtual coproduction of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce’s one-woman play based on the life of Emily Dickinson.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 18, 2021
Actors' Playhouse Artistic Director David Arisco and Palm Beach Dramaworks Producing Artistic Director William Hayes have announced that their companies are joining forces on a virtual coproduction of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce's one-woman play based on the life of Emily Dickinson.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 10, 2021
The New York Neo-Futurists now in their 17th season, are continuing their on-going and ever-changing attempt to build chance, change, and chaos through live performance on Saturday, February 27th at 8:00pm ET in THE DARKEST WEB.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 5, 2021
The Marblehead School of Ballet (MSB) celebrates National Dance Week from Friday, April 16 through Sunday, April 25.  To thank the public for its support for 49 years, MSB is holding a special dance writing contest and offering special discounts throughout the week.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 30, 2021
Today, Alberta-based Moral Pleasures (mem. Pkew Pkew Pkew) announces a new EP and shares the lead single, 'Prospero' via Exclaim. His sophomore EP Sleepy Songs for Dying Loves is a 5 song dream pop EP, due out 6/11.
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 29, 2021
New-ness is always fun, and though she has already been around a few years and people know her, Anais Reno is as shiny as a new penny... and as seasoned as one of her jazz idols. Her debut album, Lovesome Thing, is getting some well deserved attention, and this chat with her goes a little deeper into where it all comes from.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 23, 2021
The songstress has previously worked with well-known artists such as Matisse & Sadko, Deepend and Astrid S and helped write R3HAB's legendary single, 'You Could Be'.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 23, 2021
“A lot of songs we’ve written are fairly common topics for musicians, but we thought it’d be incredibly unique to write something different for us,” the band shares. “That’s when we chose to write about the growing addiction of social media and the negative repercussions it can have when abused.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 21, 2021
The incomparable John Lloyd Young is back at The Space in Las Vegas for a brand new concert, this time with songs chosen entirely by his fans! Join John Lloyd Young and his music director, Tommy Faragher, on Saturday, May 1st to hear R&B tunes, Broadway classics and more.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 2, 2021
The final music video is an unedited, 500 ft. mag of 35mm 4-perf film, quadruple exposed at Step + Direction, Sonoma and developed and scanned at Fotokem, Burbank.  
by Student Blogger: Aingea Venuto - Apr 19, 2021
Anyone who knows me knows I make a mean romantic playlist. Without further ado, here are some musical theatre love songs for those days alone when you wish for someone to hold you.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 13, 2021
Sara Mearns recently partnered with Seattle Dance Collective on the new dance film Gallop Apace. Starring Mearns, the film interprets Shakespeare's 'Gallop Apace' monologue from Romeo and Juliet through movement, navigating Juliet's emotional transformation from young girl to woman.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 13, 2021
No rehearsals. No director. No set. A different actor reads the script cold for the first time at each performance. This is White Rabbit Red Rabbit by Nassim Soleimanpour, an utterly unique theatrical experience that live-streams from Perseverance Theatre April 16 through May 2.