Opened: December 5, 1999
Closing: December 19, 1999

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Powerhouse Destiny Rogers Returns with 'Save My Love' by Michael Major - Sep 25, 2023

Gearing up for the release of her eagerly-awaited debut album, Los Angeles-based pop artist Destiny Rogers – who has collaborations with the likes of Coi Leray, Kalan.FrFr, Thuy, and B.I to her name – returns with her first single of the year, “Save My Love”, available to stream now on all digital platforms via Human ReSources/The Orchard.

FANGIRLS, MINORITY REPORT, and More Set For Lyric Hammersmith's Spring/Summer 2024 Season by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2023

The Lyric Hammersmith Theatre has announced its Spring/Summer 2024 Season, opening April 2024 with Minority Report. Learn more about the full season and how to get tickets here!

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Comes to Theatre in the Park Indoor by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2023

Theatre in the Park (TIP) comes INDOOR to present its premiere production of the deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, “Little Shop Of Horrors” opening Friday, Oct. 6 in the Black Box Theatre at the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center. Learn more about the production and how to get tickets here!

World Premiere of BOXED Comes to Whim Space in October by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2023

Whim Productions, KC's LGTBTQ+ theater company, will present the world premiere of Boxed, written by Kevin King. The play is a compelling drama that delves into the intricacies of relationship boundaries and consent, through a queer lens. Learn more about the play and how to get tickets here!

DADDY LONG LEGS Comes to On Pitch Performing Arts This Week by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2023

OPPA!’s production of Daddy Long Legs  opens Friday, September 29th. Learn more about the play and how to get tickets here!

Review: RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE REMATCH, Dock X, London by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 25, 2023

There is a lot that works here; an obvious and careful attention to detail being one. The meticulous recreation of James Brown's stage catsuit, event posters and haircuts feels thoughtful.  The three-day music festival that featured James Brown, Miriam Makeba and Celia Cruz showcases some brilliant music, with a high energy mix of afrobeat and  American funk.

Review: DISHWASHER DREAMS at The Old Globe by ErinMarie Reiter - Sep 24, 2023

DISHWASHER DREAMS at the Old Globe offers a first-generation glimpse at a family raising children and working on assimilating their culture and transitions once in America.  Written and performed by Alaudin Ullah, this show is a specific tribute to this family that also resonates with people of all backgrounds. DISHWASHER DREAMS is playing through October 15th at the Old Globe. 

Review: BEGUILED AGAIN at Florida Rep by Fran Thomas - Sep 24, 2023

What did our critic think of BEGUILED AGAIN at Florida Rep?

Review: NEXT TO NORMAL by New Generation Theatrical at The Abbey by Joseph Harrison - Sep 24, 2023

For many years there has been a stigma around talking openly and honestly about one’s mental health and those things many rely upon for treatment, including medication and therapy. This has been especially the case for those in the black/BIPOC community. And though there has been progress made over the last few years, partially due to the realities brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still much progress to be made. That is why it is especially important that New Generation Theatrical decided to produce NEXT TO NORMAL with a cast of mostly black/BIPOC actors to bring attention to this important issue and hopefully build awareness and support. And in doing so, New Gen delivers a raw, emotional gut punch that strikes a chord and a nerve in a powerful way.

Review: KING OF THE YEES at Signature Theatre by Ken Kemp - Sep 24, 2023

A delightfully funny and poignant homage to all things Asian, set in San Francisco's iconic Chinatown.

Bruised Peach Music Festival to Be Held in November by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

The Bruised Peach Festival: Where Music, Mysticism, and Community Converge. Immerse yourself in indie, new music, and experimental sounds, while exploring astrology, crystals, and more. Connect with like-minded individuals and embrace life's bruises in a collective space.

Rev. Billy And The Stop Shopping Choir Set Five Shows In October by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

Rev. Billy and The Stop Shopping Choir will be performing five shows in October at Earthchxrch on Loisaida Ave. Each performance will be a one-of-a-kind show aimed at confronting climate grief, inspiring activism, and building community. Get all the event information here!

Rocha Dance Theater to Present CAUTION:HOT at HERE Arts Center by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

Rocha Dance Theater will present the world premiere of 'Caution:HOT' at HERE Arts Center, exploring women's reproductive bodies through dance, projection, and original costuming.

COLLABORATION AND COMMUNITY: ART IN COMMON PLACES at Creative Liberties Opens Next Month by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

This exhibition is a retrospective of 34 broadsides (one-sided prints and posters) created by artists and poets collaborating via the local non-profit, Art in Common Places (AICP).

Jenn Colella, Stella Katherine Cole, and More to Play 54 Below Next Week by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

Next week, 54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club and 2022 Tony Awards Honoree for Excellence in the Theatre, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond. 54 Below celebrates Broadway musicals and writers of the past and present, promoting an ongoing engagement with their work. Check out the lineup here!

Irish Arts Center Hosts Ireland's Prime Minister, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, For Tour Of New Building by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

IRELAND'S Prime Minister, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, visited new Irish Arts Center in New York City and announced $2.1 million in new funding for redevelopment

BROADWAY FOREVER Postponed To Sunday, October 15 Due To Expected Severe Weather In New York City by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2023

'BROADWAY FOREVER' has been postponed to Sunday, October 15 due to expected severe weather in New York City. Stay tuned for the new date of this exciting event!

Review: CHRISTOPHER STREET: A NEW MUSICAL at Lush Lounge & Theater by Jared Fessler - Sep 23, 2023

What did our critic think of CHRISTOPHER STREET: A NEW MUSICAL at Lush Lounge & Theater?

THE WAR OF THE WORLDS: THE 1938 RADIO SCRIPT At Theatre School At North Coast Repertory Theatre by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2023

The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep presents 'The War of the Worlds: The 1938 Radio Script,' a thrilling stage adaptation of the infamous radio play that terrified listeners with its realistic alien invasion.

Vocalist Sara Serpa and Guitarist André Matos Team Up On New Album 'Night Birds' by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2023

Vocalist Sara Serpa and guitarist André Matos consolidate their partnership with a compelling and magnetic new album.

Interview: Joanna A. Jones Talks About Bringing The Infamous Fraulein Sally Bowles To Life in CABARET at The Old Globe by ErinMarie Reiter - Sep 22, 2023

iNTERVIEW WITH Joanna A. Jones WHO plays the iconic “toast of Mayfair,  Fraulein Sally Bowles!”  in CABARET playing at the Old Globe through October 15th.  Joanna talks about the new approach to the show and Sally, and one of her favorite moments where she gets to float above the stage.

Broadway's Cassidy Stoner To Debut At The Green Room 42 With LOOKING OUT FOR YOU, October 16 by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2023

Cassidy Stoner debuts in 'Looking Out For You,' a tribute to Brandi Carlile, at The Green Room 42. Join her for a night of humor, music, and connection on October 16th.

Video: Watch HAMILTON's Tamar Greene Sing 'Wheels of a Dream' From RAGTIME to His Son by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

Watch Hamilton's Tamar Greene sing 'Wheels of a Dream' from Ragtime to his son!

Oliver Cronin Releases New Single & Video 'I Need You' Featuring Lil XXEL by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

Oliver Cronin's latest single and music video, 'I Need You,' featuring Lil XXEL, is a captivating and must-watch experience.

Review: THE CRUCIBLE At Theatre Memphis by Kevin Shaw - Sep 22, 2023

The word crucible is not a term often used in everyday language. In fact, it seems to only be used when referencing Arthur Miller’s classic 1953 play, THE CRUCIBLE. But, for those not familiar with the story itself, the term means “a severe test.”

The Tenement Museum Reopens its National Historical Landmark at 97 Orchard Street after a Year-Long Preservation by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

The Tenement Museum, the iconic New York institution devoted to sharing the stories of the immigrants, migrants and refugees who built New York and America, reopened its national historic landmark at 97 Orchard Street today after a year-long preservation.  

Photos & Video: Brian Stokes Mitchell, Julia Lester & More On Display in The Fifth Avenue Portrait Collection by Alexa Meade by BroadwayWorld TV - Sep 22, 2023

The Fifth Avenue Portrait Collection, a massive public art exhibit by artist Alexa Meade, spanning 180 feet long, is now on display in the heart of New York City on Fifth Avenue and 44th Street. See photos!

Red Yarn to Present The Get-Together Album Release Family Show at Crystal Ballroom by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

Join Red Yarn and his full band, along with special guests, for an inclusive celebration of community and childhood at the album release family show. Don't miss this all-ages dance party at the legendary Crystal Ballroom in Portland.

Floor Space Share Explosive Single 'Self Destruct' by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2023

Pop rock project Floor Space have released their new single, “Self Destruct” produced by John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Brand New). With a catchy bassline, captivating riffs and a melody that transports back to early 2000’s with a modern twist, frontman Charlie Bruno channels his anger and heartbreak that's led him to his breaking point.

Chappell Roan Releases 'T​he Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess' by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2023

Midwestern darling and imminent pop star Chappell Roan delivers her highly anticipated debut album The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, out now via Amusement/Island Records. In February and March of 2024, Chappell Roan will join Olivia Rodrigo as support for select dates along her 2024 Guts World Tour.

World Premiere of JOB Extends Through Mid-October at SoHo Playhouse by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

JOB, the world premiere of a new play by Max Wolf Friedlich, starring Peter Friedman and Sydney Lemmon has extended its critically acclaimed run.

Linedy Genao, Joshua Bergasse and More to Celebrate 10th Anniversary of New York Theatre Barn's Choreography Lab by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

Join Linedy Genao, Joshua Bergasse, and other acclaimed artists as they mark the 10th anniversary of New York Theatre Barn’s Choreography Lab. Get ready for a star-studded evening of celebration and creativity.

Cannons Release New Song 'Bad Tattoo' by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2023

CANNONS have shared their new song “Bad Tattoo.' The track, produced by Mike Elizondo (Eminem, Carrie Underwood, Mary J. Blige) and co-written by CANNONS, Elizondo, and Mikky Echo (Rihanna, Drake, Maroon 5), offers a fresh take on the Los Angeles band’s sound, showcasing their range and continued sonic growth.

Luke Grimes Releases New Track 'Burn' From Forthcoming EP by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2023

Mercury Nashville / Range Music recording artist Luke Grimes has released the song, “Burn,” from his forthcoming eight-song EP, Pain Pills Or Pews, which comes out October 20.  Written by Grimes, Randy Montana (Luke Combs, Parker McCollum) and Josh Thompson (Morgan Wallen, Blake Shelton), the song was produced by Dave Cobb.

Julia Mattison and Drew Gehling Tie The Knot by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

Julia Mattison and Drew Gehling are officially married! Mattison took to Instagram to share the news and photos from the big day!

LARC Movement Workshop Will Be Held in Partnership With Education @ The Warner by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

Education @ the Warner and The Arc of Litchfield County will continue their partnership with another Movement Workshop this fall. Workshop sessions occur Monday mornings through November 27th in the Warner's rehearsal space. Learn more about the workshop here!

Southbank Centre Reveals 2023 Winter Show Line-up by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

This Winter, the Southbank Centre presents a packed programme of exciting new shows for everyone to enjoy featuring a mix of family events, cabaret, dance, music and comedy. Learn more about the full lineup here!

Seven Dials Playhouse Partner With 56 Dean Street to Provide Free Sexual Health Services by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

Seven Dials Playhouse and Hive North are partnering with award-winning NHS sexual health service, 56 Dean Street, to amplify the important messages in upcoming production Jock Night. Learn more about the partnership here.

THE SMEDS AND THE SMOOS is Now Playing in Singapore by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

THE SMEDS AND THE SMOOS is Now Playing in Singapore. Performances run through 24 September. Learn more about the show and how to get tickets here!

Space Eye: Ars Electronica Solutions Designs Visitor Center Launches by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

On Saturday, September 23, “Space Eye” will begin operations in the Gantrisch Nature Park near Bern: a multimedia visitor center that communicates current research on space and the environment and makes Switzerland’s largest public telescope as well as an 8K planetarium accessible to interested people of all ages.

Review: PETER GRIMES, London Coliseum by Alexander Cohen - Sep 22, 2023

Deftly balances psychological thrill with morality as murky as the North Sea

The Artistic Home Will Stage Jen Silverman's WITCH in October by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

 The Artistic Home will stage Jen Silverman’s WITCH – in which a charming devil arrives in the quiet village of Edmonton to bargain for the souls of its residents in exchange for their darkest wishes. Learn more about the production and how to get tickets here!

American Composers Orchestra Hosts 2nd Creative Catalyst Awards, Honoring Paquito D'Rivera, Dr. Indira Etwaroo, and Edward Yim by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2023

The American Composers Orchestra (ACO) will present an evening of honors and performances during its second annual Gala and Creative Catalyst Awards on Wednesday, October 25, 2023 at 6:00PM. Learn more about the gala and find out how to attend here!

Tacoma Arts Live Presents THE THANKSGIVING PLAY By Larissa FastHorse by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2023

A satirical comedy by Larissa FastHorse, 'The Thanksgiving Play' is coming to Tacoma Arts Live. Don't miss this hilarious exploration of cultural appropriation and political correctness.

The Chelsea Symphony Announces 2023/24 Season by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2023

The Chelsea Symphony announces its 2023/24 season with 7 weekends of adventurous programming.

Bucks County Playhouse's Education Institute Offers Fall Education Conference by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2023

Join Bucks County Playhouse's Education Institute for their Fall Education Conference. This virtual conference on November 14, 2023, offers workshops, master classes, and panel discussions for educators. Register now at Limited space available.

Review: VANYA, Duke Of York's Theatre by Cindy Marcolina - Sep 22, 2023

There are vanity projects, and then there are Vanity Projects. This is a Vanyaty Project of exquisite substance that reconfirms Andrew Scott is one of the finest performers of his generation. A production years in the making, Simon Stephens’s one-man adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s human tragedy Uncle Vanya has landed in the West End in the safe hands of Scott.

Interview: 'Rain Comes, But it Eventually Goes Away': Actor Zach Wyatt of A LITTLE LIFE on Handling Emotions and Filming Live Theatre by Kat Mokrynski - Sep 25, 2023

Recently, I had the chance to sit down and talk with Zach Wyatt, who plays Malcolm in A Little Life. We discussed what it was like to film the show, how he handled the emotional aspects of the story, and what he hopes audiences take away from A Little Life.

Review: EMILYN CLAID, UNTITLED, The Place by Matthew Paluch - Sep 24, 2023

Claid herself is many things: “choreographer, writer, director and teacher” - and so is the nature of the piece.

Which Shows Had the Biggest Overhaul From Out-of-Town Tryout to Broadway Opening? by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Sep 24, 2023

This time, the reader question was: which Broadway shows had the biggest overhaul from their out-of-town tryout to their Broadway opening?


Space has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1999.
Outstanding Sound Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Rob MilburnOutstanding Sound Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Michael Bodeen and utstanding Lighting Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Scott Zielinski.
Outstanding Sound Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Rob Milburn Outstanding Sound Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Michael Bodeen and utstanding Lighting Design (Drama Desk Awards) for Scott Zielinski.



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