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by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 30, 2020
First Run Features is pleased to present the Virtual Cinema premiere of Jethro Waters' F11 and Be There, an exploration of the life and work of iconic American photographer Burk Uzzle.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 3, 2021
The Studios of Key West, the island-city's preeminent arts center, will open its 2022 live theater season with Richard Ericson's reimagining of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream,' Shakespeare's comedy of love and sex in fairyland. Twilight performances at Hugh's View, the venue's rooftop performance space, will include a 360° sweep of Key West's famed sunset, while wild desire, jealousy, and outrageous comic revenge play out on the open-air arena.
by TV Scoop - Sep 27, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, October 5, 2021!
by TV Scoop - Sep 20, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, September 28, 2021!
by Student Blogger: Lauren Knight - Oct 9, 2020
Few things will get me out of bed for an 8am class like the promise of a cup of coffee afterwards.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 8, 2021
Michael Harrison for Crossroads Pantomimes is delighted to announce the world-famous TILLER GIRLS will join Donny Osmond, Julian Clary, Paul Zerdin, Nigel Havers, Gary Wilmot, Jac Yarrow and Sophie Isaacs in Pantoland at The Palladium which will open on 4 December 2021 and run until 9 January 2022 for a strictly limited five week run. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 8, 2020
Theatre production company Parity Productions has awarded two commissions to Jonathan Alexandratos for Turning Krasniqi and Amanda L. Andrei for Black Sky. The ceremony took place on Wednesday, October 7th over Zoom.
by TV Scoop - Oct 4, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, plus Watch a video Preview of the Episode
by Jade Kops - Oct 29, 2021
COME FROM AWAY is a story that everyone should see so it is wonderful that the Australian production has had the resilience to withstand the challenges of two COVID-19 induced shutdowns, first during its Melbourne season and most recently during Sydney’s 4-month lockdown.
by Jim Munson - Oct 29, 2020
The name Ariel Craft evokes an improbable combination of magic and skill, whimsy and rigor. If that weren't already her real name, I honestly don't think you could invent a more apt moniker for the director of Charles L. Mee's Utopia now enjoying a virtual world premiere from San Francisco's Cutting Ball Theater. After all, it takes a person of uncommon prowess and boundless creativity to bring this kind of unorthodox play to life. Utopia is a quirky, multidisciplinary work incorporating contemporary dance and animated artworks by disabled artists to offer a delightful commentary on life, love and the absurdity of the everyday. Utopia is available for streaming on demand through November 15th. For further information or to order tickets visit cuttingball.com or call (415) 525-1205. BroadwayWorld caught up with Craft from her home in Berkeley while she was in the thick of rehearsals for Utopia.
by TV Scoop - Oct 27, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, November 2, 2021! Plus, watch a clip from the upcoming episode!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 13, 2020
Alabama-bred, neo-traditional country singer, Shane Owens releases his latest single, “Everybody Dies But Not Everybody Lives” from his current album ‘Thankful For Country Music.’
by TV Scoop - Oct 11, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, October 19, 2021!
by TV Scoop - Nov 4, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, November 9, 2021! Plus, watch a clip from the new episode here.
by TV Scoop - Nov 26, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, November 30, 2021! Plus, watch a preview from the new episode now!
by TV Scoop - Nov 18, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, November 23, 2021! Plus, watch a new preview of the upcoming episode now!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 12, 2020
A&E Network announces premiere dates for new series “I Survived a Crime,” “Rescue Cam,” and returning hit-series, “Court Cam.” Expanding on its raw and heart-pounding non-fiction programming, beginning Wednesday, January 27 at 10pm ET/PT.
by TV Scoop - Nov 11, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, November 16, 2021! Plus, watch a preview of the new episode now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 6, 2021
The JOCUNDA FESTIVAL will present MY MOMMA THE SUPER ACTION HERO by Kenthedo Robinson and directed by Van Dirk Fisher, on Sunday, May 9, 2021 at 8PM ET and 5PM PT on Zoom. A mother goes as far as putting her son's life in danger to inspire him. Can she save him? Can she be his Super Action Hero?
by Stephi Wild - May 24, 2021
Artistic Director Richard Rose and Managing Director Andrea Vagianos today announces Tarragon Theatre's plan for the 2021-22 season, first featuring Tarragon Acoustic Reboot.
by A.A. Cristi - May 19, 2020
The Jupiter String Quartet announces the June 12, 2020 release of Metamorphosis on Marquis Classics. This album features Beethoven's Quartet Op. 131 and Ligeti's Quartet No. 1 “Métamorphoses nocturnes.” The album was produced by Grammy Award winner Judith Sherman; engineered by Frank Horger and Graham Duncan with assistance from Jeanne Velonis; and recorded March 15-17, 2019, in Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 17, 2021
He adds, “For the music video, I wanted to capture the intricate and intimate moments shared between two people as they try and navigate the complexities of relational fatigue and the split second where they realize everything changes. I wanted to do this in the form of a one-shot video, and I think this embodies that.'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
With Where The Soul Never Dies, Block and Das look to explore uncharted musical spaces of tabla and cello, creating together with a sense of joy and respect, while surrendering to each other’s musical heritages.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 5, 2020
Ken Ludwig's Baskerville - A Sherlock Holmes Mystery is without question the most brilliantly funny adaptations of one of Holmes' most famous cases. Since it was first published in the Strand Magazine between August 1901 and April 1902, The Hound of the Baskerville has become possibly the most well known case of the crime fighting duo, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. In Ludwig's version, as Holmes and Watson work to solve the case, only three other actors play all 43 other roles in the play; more often than not, changing those characters in a split second right before your very eyes. That's right. Ludwig wrote the show to only have five people in the cast!
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Mar 27, 2021
March 27 marks World Theatre Day! Although we can't be together to celebrate, we can still reminisce on the fun of theatre in our lives.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 2, 2020
At a time of widespread interest in Korean culture following the historic Best Picture win for Parasite at the Oscars (and the ever-growing popularity of K-Pop), A Festival Of Korean Dance Returns to The Place with a programme comprising four women choreographers at the cutting edge of Korean dance culture. Having built a following among audiences and critics, the festival returns once more to The Place in the year contemporary dance's touchstone institution celebrates its 50th birthday.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 10, 2021
The International Festival has always been known for its creative use of Milton Keynes' distinctive urgan and green spaces and this year's dance events will take place at the Amphitheatre and Embankment Stage in Campbell Park, the Peace Pagoda at Willen Lake and the car part at the iconic Point Building.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 8, 2020
Millions of viewers have experienced 92Y's classical online concerts since Garrick Ohlsson inaugurated the series in mid-March. Now, 92Y is proud to announce its Summer Season of classical concerts, twelve enticing and adventurous programs streaming July 7 - August 27.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 30, 2021
​​​​​​​The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust will present a diverse array of in-person and online programming this August to include film screenings, live concerts, virtual lectures, and family-friendly entertainment.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 27, 2020
Millions of viewers have experienced 92Y's classical online concerts since Garrick Ohlsson inaugurated the series in mid-March. Now, 92Y is proud to announce its Summer Season of classical concerts, twelve enticing and adventurous programs streaming July 7 a?" August 27.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 2, 2021
PEAK Performances at Montclair State University today announced its 2021-2022 season, presenting a slate of gripping new works on film via the organization’s PEAK Plus streaming platform, free of charge, and then welcoming audiences back into the Alexander Kasser Theater for a robust lineup of exhilarating on-stage premieres.
by Shari Barrett - Jul 16, 2020
No doubt anyone who has read or seen a production of Shakespeare's tragic love story a?oeRomeo and Julieta?? has wished they could change the ending so that the lovers can be reunited rather than separated by death due to a seemingly split-second decision. And now, thanks to Little Fish Theatre and director Branda Lock, you CAN choose to change things around during a?oeRomeo & Juliet: Choose Your Own Endinga?? airing online Saturday, July 25 at 6pm (Pacific) and on Sunday, July 26 at 2pm. But exactly how will it work? I spoke with the production's director, Branda Lock, to find out.
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 4, 2020
A funny thing happened the other night at the Met when the curtain came down on William Kentridge's stunning new production of Alban Berg's cruel and devastating WOZZECK. The audience didn't rush from their seats to escape into the night. They stayed and cheered for an opera with a reputation for being, well, challenging for opera-goers weaned on Figaros and Flutes, Aidas and even Ring Cycles.
by Student Blogger: Lauren Knight - Jan 22, 2020
This past Monday, I stood outside of a towering glass building, glancing from the map on my phone to the facade of the theater that almost glittered in the mid-afternoon sun. That's the entrance, right? Is that the right set of arts administration offices? As I passed my favorite sculpture in the plaza, I tossed my lipstick-stained coffee cup in the trash, looked over my resume one last time, and walked toward the glass doors tucked away behind a thick cluster of trees. This has to be it.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 18, 2020
With award season early this year, Crumble Catering's Chef Wayne Elias is already in high gear as the official caterer for the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party. For the sixteenth year in a row, he will create an unparalleled five-course dining experience at West Hollywood Park on Sunday, February 9, 2020.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 17, 2020
ArtsEmerson will present the World Premiere of Detroit Red by internationally renowned playwright Will Power. This theatrical exploration of the life of Malcolm X as he dwelled and came of age in the Roxbury section of Boston, plays the Emerson Paramount Center Robert J. Orchard Stage February 01 a?" 16, 2020.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 17, 2020
Seattle-based Khambatta Dance Company collaborates with South Korean dance companies Braveman and Unplugged Bodies at the 3rd Annual Seattle International Dance Festival (SIDF) Winter Mini-Fest. Choreographers Jaewoo Jung, Kyoung-Shin Kim and Cyrus Khambatta will unite elements of their collective dance backgrounds to present four emotionally charged performances over two weekends. The four-performance festival ends with a new piece produced in just six days. This highly anticipated premiere is a rewarding experience for all involved and one of the signature components of SIDF.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 10, 2020
Multi award-winning theatre company Mischief Theatre is returning to Storyhouse in Chester this January with new show, Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 22, 2021
Rhymes Over Beats Hip Hop Theater Collective is premiering its third new play for Black History Month, Rodney Hick’s MS. PEARL’S CABARET, as part of CreateTheater’s Monday Night Reading Series on Monday, February 22 at 7PM/EST, 4PM/PST. This Zoom reading is directed by DeMone Seraphin. The reading will  stay available to the public until Friday, February 26.
by Steve Murray - Dec 6, 2021
It might be hard to find someone unfamiliar with Frank Capra's 1946 versions of A Christmas Carol, Christmas family fantasy that populates every best film poll. It appealed to post WWII audiences with its themes of family, loss and second chances and has remained a popular holiday favorite ever since. TheatreWorks returns to live performances at the Lucie Stern Theatre with a totally enjoyable, wonderfully crafted radio play featuring five outstanding performances covering dozens of roles.
by Steve Murray - Dec 6, 2021
It might be hard to find someone unfamiliar with Frank Capra's 1946 versions of A Christmas Carol, Christmas family fantasy that populates every best film poll. It appealed to post WWII audiences with its themes of family, loss and second chances and has remained a popular holiday favorite ever since.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 21, 2020
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra will continue its all-digital 2020-21 Season, CLOSE QUARTERS, with two varied  visual episodes curated musically by Latin GRAMMY®-nominated composer Juan Pablo Contreras, premiering Fridays, January 1 and January 15, 2021, 6:30 pm (PT).
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 20, 2019
For a composer so well known for his dramatic operas--SALOME and ELEKTRA the most famous of them--Richard Strauss's most popular work remains the more comic DER ROSENKAVALIER, which just made its season debut under the scintillating baton of Sir Simon Rattle, with a bevy of first-rate singers.
by Jesse Griffith - Dec 20, 2019
Titles are, as a rule, somewhat useless as labels go, so when I was invited to attend FIVE LESBIANS EATING A QUICHE, I suspected I might be in for a comedy, possibly a farce, and hopefully some sort of cult classic. I was delighted to discover that the play hits all those bases.
by TV Scoop - Dec 2, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE RESIDENT, airing on FOX on Tuesday, December 7, 2021! Plus, watch a preview of the new episode now!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 17, 2020
“I Survived a Crime” takes viewers on a journey into the experience of being a victim of a sudden crime, from the moment those attacked first perceive the danger through the potential long-lasting effects.
by Cindy Sibilsky - Dec 11, 2021
The season features premieres, favorites, and a “greatest hits” retrospective of Robert Battle’s choreography. Battle 10th Anniversary is a sample platter of current Artistic Director River Battle’s decade in that role. Like a master chef, the selections of his dance offerings spanning ten years are palatable and varied yet complimentary. 
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Aug 7, 2020
DIAVOLO Architecture in Motion presents This Is Me: Letters From The Front Lines.
by Student Blogger: Bea Mienik - Apr 9, 2021
Every time I see a new show, or listen to a new soundtrack, it automatically is added to a sort of “database” in my brain. In a situation where I’m struggling to interpret emotions, I can search this database and basically “google” it.