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Talk To Me is a family musical about Graham, a 12 year-old boy on the autism spectrum, who makes friends with the Siri app on his mom's iPhone. Whereas other kids don't take the time to understand Graham, Siri is able to answer any of Graham's questions, lets him have conversations at his own pace and is patient with him when he asks the same questions more than once. It's through his interactions with Siri that others are able to see another side to Graham - allowing him to make new friends, gain a new level of understanding in his relationship with his mother and eventually change his entire school.

Schedule:

Monday at 7:00pm

Theatre 71


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(New York, NY)
152 west 71st street
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by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2021
Multi-Platinum selling and award-winning Hall of Fame producer, songwriter, and artist Myles Goodwyn relays a somber and striking statement on the residential school system in this, his new song 'Some Of These Children (They Never Grew Up) - available now.
by Ricky Pope - Sep 20, 2021
There are some people who just have a passion for living. Passion is a word that applies to everything Christine Andreas touches. She has been bewitching Broadway audiences since she first appeared as the wicked maid Nancy in Angel Street. Her turns in much-heralded revivals of My Fair Lady, Oklahoma!, and On Your Toes made her Broadway's ingenue of choice and earned her two Tony nominations. She also wowed Broadway audiences in The Scarlet Pimpernel and the 2010 revival of La Cage aux Folles. She conquered the West End in The Fields of Ambrosia, written by her husband and collaborator, Martin Sylvestri.
by Ricky Pope - Sep 13, 2021
For 20 years, Orfeh and Andy Karl have been making beautiful music together. But no need to take my word for it. You can check it out for yourself this week when they return to Feinstein’s 54 Below with their show LEGALLY BOUND. It is an encore presentation of the show they did in 2017 that’s been rethought for the post-lockdown world. The title is, of course, a play on words referring to Legally Blonde, one of several Broadway shows Andy and Orfeh have co-starred in.
by Rachel Weinberg - Oct 29, 2021
Sara Sheperd steps into the lead role of musician, songwriter, and singer Carole King in the BEAUTIFUL national tour. She chatted with BroadwayWorld Chicago about her long-standing connection with the show, and her excitement about returning to live performance and this iconic role.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 21, 2021
BroadwayWorld's new interview series Back on Broadway is taking readers on the exciting journey of Broadway's return to the stage! Next up in the series is Miguel Cervantes, leading the Broadway return of Hamilton in the show's title role.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 10, 2021
CHICKEN & BISCUITS officially opens on October 10, at the Circle in the Square Theatre. Meet the cast here and learn more about who is starring in this new play!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 9, 2021
Looking for a getaway? You're not the only one. Check in to HOTEL WILLIAMS. Great works of Tennessee Williams like A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and THE GLASS MENAGERIE, are well-known, but did you know that to stimulate his writing (before, between, and after mega-successes), Williams moved into hotels in cities all over the world?
by Ricky Pope - Nov 7, 2021
So what does a cabaret director do? Today in my ongoing series, THERE ARE NO ONE-PERSON SHOWS, we will find out from one of the busiest cabaret directors in New York, Marc Tumminelli. Marc is the founder of Broadway Workshop, which provides year-round, professional-level classes and workshops for kids 8-19 with some of the finest artists working on Broadway and in the West End. He is also the founder of Project Broadway, a non-profit that provides scholarship opportunities to young performers.
by Ricky Pope - Nov 3, 2021
Linda Purl has the kind of career that actors dream of. Since she began in the 70s on the daytime drama Secret Storm, she has rarely had a period in which she was not working. She has appeared in films like Crazy Mama, Visiting Hours, Mighty Joe Young, and Fear of the Dark. She has appeared on Broadway in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Getting and Spending, and Off-Broadway in The Baby Dance. With over 50 television movies to her credit, she is a perennial presence on the small screen. She has had recurring roles on Matlock, Murder, She Wrote, The Office, Homeland, and The Oath, among dozens of others. She has the distinction of having played two different characters on the classic sitcom Happy Days. In Season 2, she played Richie Cunningham's girlfriend Gloria. Eight seasons later she played the Fonz's fianceé, Ashley.
by Ricky Pope - Nov 26, 2021
There are some people who manage to make everything look so easy, even the difficult things. Lisa Howard is just such a person. She has worked with some of the best and brightest on Broadway. She has won a Drama Desk Award and been nominated for another. Her powerhouse voice feels as effortless as a cool breeze on a summer day. She’s been directed by James Lapine, David Hyde Pierce, Joe Mantello, Bartlett Sher, and Christopher Ashley, and yet it always looks like she glided on from the wings and just made up something brilliant.
by Student Blogger: Paige Rosko - Nov 17, 2021
Taylor Swift just dropped her second re-recorded album, Red (Taylor's Version), and I am more obsessed with it now than I was when it originally came out in 2012. So, in honor of this momentous album and all of the wonderful songs on it, I've decided to assign a broadway character or relationship to each of the 30 songs on the album, excluding acoustic versions and songs that are on the album twice. Also, I will be skipping 'Ronan' because that song makes me very sad and cry a lot and I cannot emotionally handle analyzing it.
by Ricky Pope - Nov 16, 2021
Mykal Kilgore is a force to be reckoned with. In only a few short years he has appeared in a brace of Broadway musicals, including, Hair, Motown: the Musical, The Wiz Live!, Dear Evan Hansen, Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, Songs for a New World, and Into the Woods. His first album, A Man Born Black was a big hit for Affective Music. His single from the album  “Let Me Go” was nominated for a Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Performance in 2021. He is the first openly gay artist to be nominated in the category.
by Michael Major - May 5, 2022
BET has announced Academy Award®-nominated and Golden Globe®-winning actor, writer, director, producer, and philanthropist Taraji P. Henson will return to host the “BET AWARDS” LIVE from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles
by Michael Major - May 5, 2022
Today’s accompanying video, directed by Harry Scott, sees Cosmo’s Midnight grooving beachside. Walkie talkie in hand, Cosmo waits for a call from his crush. Tkay Maidza next appears as a stylistic vision, lime green eyeshadow matching a technicolour array of effects as she seamlessly delivers her verses.
by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2022
Out of the Box Theatre Company will continue its 2021-22 season with an Actors' Equity Association–approved showcase production of Five By Tenn, an evening of short plays by Tennessee Williams, June 9–19, 2022. The live, in-person performances will take place at the Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue (between 91st and 92nd Streets), New York, N.Y.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2021
In April 2022, Abingdon Theatre Company will return to us live and in person, bringing us their main stage production of ‘Queen’s Girl in the World’ by Caleen Sinette Jennings. This piece, which will make its New York Premiere at Theatre Row, looks at one young woman’s journey of self-discovery at the onset of the Civil Rights-era.
by Student Blogger: Max Martinez - May 18, 2022
“The Song of Purple Summer”, the last song of the show, always felt more like a coda than a conclusion to me. But what does it mean? Is it a flower that only blooms in summer? Or what if spring represents the green and innocent childhood, and the purple summer is an analogy for adulthood?
by Stephen Mosher - May 14, 2022
As a part of her legacy series honoring great women in music, Ann Hampton Callaway focuses on Peggy Lee.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 3, 2022
Celebrated author, speaker, and cultural anthropologist, Rich Benjamin, joins Raue Center on May 22, 2022, at 3 pm for “The Divided States of America: Big National Transformations, Small Towns”, a special presentation and moderated Q&A discussing his personal experiences engaging with communities in small-town America and his deft observations of modern society, culture, and politics with a goal toward building understanding and openness.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 25, 2021
Adrienne Barbeau created the iconic role of Rizzo in the original Broadway production of Grease- for which she secured a Tony nomination- went on to appear as Bea Arthur's daughter, Carol, in the hit TV series Maude- for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe- and is a best-selling author and recording artist. 
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 22, 2021
Ruby Locknar is a woman who wears a lot of hats but this week the biggest one is that of sole producer on Jim Caruso's Pajama Cast Party as she puts together a super secret surprise anniversary episode behind Jim's back. Tune the heck in.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 2, 2022
Becca Brunelle waited until the time was create her first-ever solo show. She just had to wait until there was a purpose to do a Becca Brunelle cabaret. There is.
by Ricky Pope - Mar 17, 2022
At every point of her career, Liz Callaway has been closely associated with the work of Stephen Sondheim. Her Broadway debut was in Merrily We Roll Along, which despite its sadly brief run has gone on to be the ultimate cult musical. Along with Merrily co-star, Jim Walton, she sang excerpts of Sondheim’s work when he appeared on Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio. She has also appeared in a number of Sondheim tributes including You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow and the much-heralded concert of Follies in which she played Young Sally. This month, Liz Callaway pays tribute to the recently departed maestro in a very personal evening entitled TO STEVE, WITH LOVE which will premiere at Feinstein’s 54 Below on March 23. I had the pleasure of talking to Ms. Callaway about the show and her body of work with Stephen Sondheim.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 15, 2022
The Broadway sensation WICKED will welcome new cast members to the National Tour beginning performances Tuesday, March 22 at the First Interstate Center for the Arts in Spokane, WA.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 9, 2021
Years from now – when historians write about the initial signs of life that began to emerge from the mists that shrouded the world of live performance toward the end of a worldwide pandemic – it may well be determined that Adam Pascal, the Tony Award-nominated actor, singer and musician, knew exactly how to reconnect to audiences starved for satisfying entertainment.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 4, 2021
Northern Broadsides presents  Beyond These Walls, including four shorts by Tennessee Williams. directed by Laurie Sansom. Northern Broadsides return to the stage with four rarely performed short works with a contemporary resonance - reimagined for the first time in the North of England, in the Northern voice.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 30, 2022
One of Canada’s most vital platforms for new performance and artistic development, SUMMERWORKS will return to its 11-day Festival format, reimagined to include an extensive line-up of contemporary performance and large-scale installation works, participatory experiences, and celebratory community gatherings.
by Rachel Weinberg - Jun 3, 2021
Gavin Creel chatted about making his Lyric debut, his hopes for the future of equity and access on Broadway, and how he handled self-care during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 29, 2021
BroadwayWorld had the pleasure of talking to Root about his long career in theatre, TV, and film — Root even reveals when the next season of Barry is scheduled to start shooting.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 23, 2022
QUINCE, the story of a 15 year-old Chicana confronting her queer identity, family and religion, is now extended through June 26 at The Bushwick Starr, and is set to be presented as part of Lincoln Center's Summer for the City on July 17. Read BroadwayWorld's interview with QUINCE's creators, Camilo Quiroz-Vázquez and Ellpetha Tsivicos, here!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 18, 2021
The Providence Performing Arts Center has announced the first  Cool Summer Nights concert, which features Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band on Friday, August 20, 2021 at 7:30P. This will be the first live, in-person concert that PPAC has presented since the live entertainment industry shutdown on March 12, 2020.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2021
Mia Katigbak, co-founder and actor-manager of NAATCO, today announced that NAATCO will extend on demand performances of the US Premiere of a new play by Caryl Churchill, What If If Only, realized by Les Waters and Jared Mezzocchi. The performances will be available through Sunday June 20th only.
by David Friscic - Jun 1, 2022
Suddenly Last Summer a terrible memory was embedded in the mind of a woman, and she must now face an assault on her brain. Her cousin, the fastidious poet Sebastian, was spending a summer to write what was to be his last poem------but I am getting ahead of myself!
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 5, 2022
BWW catches up with Sam Potter to chat about bringing The Unicorn to the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by Rachel Weinberg - Jul 26, 2022
Peloton Studios London instructor and former West End performer Sam Yo has been bringing his unique energy and passion for musical theater to Peloton members since he joined the team as an instructor in 2019. For Peloton members familiar with Sam, it shouldn't come as a surprise that he was every bit as enthusiastic, genuine, and warm in this interview as he seems on the bike. On the heels of his special Andrew Lloyd Webber Peloton Broadway ride last week, I connected with Sam about inviting Peloton members back into the studio for the first time since 2020, some insider secrets on how he programs his Broadway rides, and how his background as an actor informs the immense presence he brings as an instructor.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 23, 2021
The singer-songwriter with the voice of gold debuts her first solo show in New York twice in one weekend, starting tonight... and she has a lot to say with the music she has chosen to introduce herself to the city. And it's all beautiful.
by Rachel Weinberg - Jul 21, 2022
Andy Sachs, Emily Charlton, and of course, the infamous Miranda Priestly from THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA are back following Lauren Weisberger’s 2003 novel and the cult-classic 2006 film...but this time, these iconic characters are taking to the stage in a brand-new musical with music from Elton John, lyrics from Shaina Taub, book by Kate Wetherhead, and direction from Anna Shapiro (who many Chicago audiences will know from her tenure at Steppenwolf Theatre Company). Megan Masako Haley takes on the role of Emily. I interviewed Megan early in the preview period for the show’s pre-Broadway Chicago tryout about her experience bringing the character to life and the creative process for this new musical.
by Rachel Weinberg - Jan 6, 2022
The national tour of director Daniel Fish’s Tony Award-winning revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s OKLAHOMA! arrives in Chicago next week. Ahead of the show’s Chicago engagement, Sasha Hutchings reflected on her role as leading lady Laurey, her journey with the show, and how the show’s themes and this new production will resonate with modern audiences.
by Michael Major - Jan 21, 2022
Dropper is the brainchild of Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist Andrea Scanniello, a lifelong musician and veteran of the NYC indie rock scene. Having played in local favorites like High Waisted, Stuyedeyed, TVOD and Russian Baths, Dropper shows Scanniello stepping into the spotlight as a songwriter and vocalist.
by David Friscic - Dec 9, 2021
The musical Tootsie, now playing at the National Theater in Washington, DC, has exceptionally good intentions and flashes of show-biz brio but it tries to do too many disparate things at once. Of course, the cultural zeitgeist of the brilliant film is pervasive in the “mind’s eye” but that should ideally be of little concern with a musical that veers into making differing choices appropriate for the stage.
by Michael Major - Dec 9, 2021
The new single, titled “Past The Shadows”, is a sultry and smoky ballad that wraps the heartbreak of its lyrical themes in a warm blanket of horn arrangements and tenderly played keys. The song is accompanied by a music video of the full band performing “Past The Shadows” in the studio, highlighting the rich backing instrumentation.
by Gil Kaan - Dec 9, 2021
What is becoming a holiday tradition at the Garry Marshall Theatre, the latest edition of HOLIDAZE HARMONY world premieres livestream December 15th, newly titled HOLIDAZE HARMONY: A SOULFUL CHRISTMAS. Garry Marshall Theatre’s artistic director Joseph Leo Bwarie directs long-time friends Terron Brooks and Kamilah Marshall in channeling their stunning vocals in HOLIDAZE songs. Had the opportunity to catch Kamilah before her rehearsals with Shoshana Bean.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 6, 2021
The 22-year-old will celebrate the EP release with her first ever international headline tour. The Struck By Lightning Tour begins October 9th at San Francisco, CA’s Brick & Mortar Music Hall and then travels North America and Europe through late November.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 30, 2021
The New York Youth Symphony Musical Theater Songwriting Program (NYYS) and Director Anna K. Jacobs have announced the 2021/2022 Season. Heading into its fourth season the NYYS Musical Theater Songwriting program is specially designed to lead students through a range of musical theater songwriting processes. 
by Ricky Pope - Aug 19, 2021
When it comes to the art of cabaret, no one has been more successful or more prolific than Michael Feinstein. His influence is literally everywhere you look. In three decades he has gone from a piano bar performer to one of the most driving forces in the music business, the impresario of a cabaret empire. He is an ambassador for the Great American Songbook and his work as an archivist of rare and forgotten scores is unparalleled.
by Nicholas Pontolillo - Aug 14, 2022
What did our critic think of BYE BYE BIRDIE at The Noel S. Ruiz Theater At CMPAC?
by Ricky Pope - Aug 11, 2021
Although Anita Gillette & Penny Fuller have been in show business for a very long time, their close friendship is not even a decade old yet. Fans frequently mistake them for each other. This is the premise of their show SIN TWISTERS which will open at 54 Below Monday, August 16. The title, of course, is a Spoonerism.  Fuller and Gillette explain that, and the mystery of their mistaken identities in the show. They also sing lots of fantastic numbers from the many stages of their careers. I recently caught up with Anita and Penny on Zoom. It was a chatty, delightful afternoon. 
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 9, 2022
The operatic cabaret singer has a new CD in the works... and a new love.
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 28, 2022
There may be an age difference between the women in this Duo Act but Ava Nicole Frances and Charlotte Crossley are, most certainly, simpatico.
by Michael Major - Apr 22, 2022
Following the global success of his viral podcast ‘Who Is Daniel Johns?’, former Silverchair frontman, Grammy and Emmy winning composer, and one of the most decorated artists and songwriters of his generation, Daniel Johns releases his second solo album FutureNever. The highly-anticipated new album is out now.

Talk To Me Frequently Asked Questions

What productions of Talk To Me have their been?
Talk To Me has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2021.

What productions of Talk To Me have there been?
Talk To Me has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2021.