Tell Her the Truth - Broadway

Based on the play Nothing But the Truth by James Montgomery

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Cort Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
138 West 48th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2010
When Betty relocates her 85-year-old mother to her not-so-ordinary Brookline home, she agrees to tell her the truth about everything: her failed marriage, her mysterious pet, her prestigious career and her 16-year relationship with her "roommate" Sharon.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2010
When Betty relocates her 85-year-old mother to her not-so-ordinary Brookline home, she agrees to tell her the truth about everything: her failed marriage, her mysterious pet, her prestigious career and her 16-year relationship with her "roommate" Sharon.
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 11, 2012
Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg, spoke to director Jamie Lloyd about his thoughts on Cyrano de Bergerac.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2010
When Betty relocates her 85-year-old mother to her not-so-ordinary Brookline home, she agrees to tell her the truth about everything: her failed marriage, her mysterious pet, her prestigious career and her 16-year relationship with her "roommate" Sharon.
by Don Grigware - Oct 20, 2014
At least four plays have been written about Florence Foster Jenkins, who in the 30s and 40s, in spite of being considered the worst singer ever, recorded and gave highly publicized annual SRO concerts including one in 1944 at... Carnegie Hall. A rank amateur, Jenkins had no pitch, tone or rhythm and decimated just about every note and lyric in every score she put her voice to. BUT, she had a dream and she loved music with a passion. In her head and heart, she sounded like one of the most gorgeous sopranos that ever graced a stage. Maybe she really knew she was tone deaf and couldn't hit the mark... or maybe she didn't. If we cannot get our hands on one of her recordings, we can only estimate the truth of the matter by what we read or see in the various plays about her life.
by Pat Cerasaro - Oct 18, 2013
Today we are talking to a three-time Laurence Olivier Award-winning actress who has made a major mark on the West End with her peerless string of richly varied performances - ranging from premiere UK productions of MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE and PASSION to LADY IN THE DARK, RAGTIME and THE WOMAN IN WHITE, as well as her various solo engagements, who now also excels as a director of theatre and opera, as well - the gifted Maria Friedman. Discussing all aspects of the recent West End production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's anomalous musical experiment MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG - cited by the master himself as the best production of the show to date - and now the fantastic Fathom film presentation of it arriving in movie theaters nationwide (and around the world) on October 23. Detailing the finer points of the reverse-chronological tale of show business ambition and its effects on friendships and relationships, Friedman paints a vivid portrait of her process in bringing the emotionally bracing and musically thrilling stage show to the big screen byway of this passionately played, dramatically captivating and incredibly detailed film preservation. Additionally, Friedman also sheds some light on participating in the Haymarket Theatre production of MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG herself as an actress nearly twenty years ago and the effect, if any, that experience has had on her perception of the dense and fiercely idiosyncratic musical now, as a director of the piece. Plus, Friedman also touches upon some of her most celebrated roles to date in other Sondheim shows as well as abundantly imparts her deeply held appreciation and affection for his work and personal friendship in her own life, citing his elemental influence on MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG as well as her career in general. All of that and much, much more awaits!
by Jennifer McHugh - Oct 17, 2014
Oh my word! You know it's an action-packed episode when Cyrus in bed with a prostitute is the least interesting scene. And from the looks of it, the fictional White House is having some Secret Service trouble as well!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Nov 7, 2015
On “The Zygon Inversion,” things are at the boiling point between the rebel Zygons and U.N.I.T.
by Jennifer McHugh - Nov 7, 2014
One thing you can never accuse SCANDAL of is having a boring episode. There seriously is not a second you can look away from the screen without missing something. I reached down to get a drink of water and nearly missed Mellie overhearing Fitz's phone call with Olivia. I just need to learn to not eat, drink or breathe during these 45 minutes on Thursday nights.
by Lauren Yarger - Nov 7, 2012
In this sumptuous, eye-pleasing version of the last days of Marie Antoinette, Adjmi interjects modern thoughts into history from France's bloody Revolution to create a remarkable, thought-provoking and witty theatrical experience.
by - Nov 24, 2014
Get all the scoop on FOREVER, airing on ABC on Tuesday, December 9, 2014!
by Desiree Fantal - Nov 21, 2015
A quickie recap of epi three ICYMI, and then on to epi four where Ash gets stoned, almost kills Kelly, and Xena starts a manhunt with my favorite character from the sitcom Girlfriends.
by Tiffany Croisant - Nov 1, 2014
Last week's GRIMM showed the end of Sean Renard, which did not seem possible, particularly with the concerned Wesen lurking outside of the room. This week's episode kicks off with the news we were all hoping for - Sean is not dead. Well, technically he was, but the woman takes matters into her own hands and after somehow freezing time (very 'time out' a la Zack Morris, if any Saved by the Bell fans are reading) she pulls out a very interesting two-headed snake. The snake appears to be some sort of Wesen jumper cable, and in moments Sean is back... and I'm breathing easier. I do like the good captain.
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2017
Join us for an evening of passion infused, energy packed, 10-minute musical premiers all in one night! Performing at The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Theatre at 7pm May 29 (Memorial Day).
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2020
New York Theatre Barn will host a free live stream of its New Works Series on Wednesday, May 20th.
by Naomi Serviss - May 14, 2013
Andrea Burns portrays a saucy burlesque stripper in a darkly comic play about the political climate concerning homosexuality in 1937 New York.
by - Mar 2, 2015
Get all the scoop on FOREVER, airing on ABC on Tuesday, March 17, 2015!
by Courtney Henley - Mar 10, 2015
Until now, we've only been given teeny tiny, itty bitty glimpses into the complicated, troubled past that belongs to one Mike Ehrmantraut. We know he used to be a cop, and we know that he now works as a parking attendant, but that's about it. Every good BREAKING BAD fan knows that a lot happens between the end of last week's episode (remember, when all those cops came knocking at his door) and when we meet him as Saul's right-hand-man in Albuquerque. Tonight, we finally start filling in those blanks.
by Don Grigware - Jun 9, 2015
Dysfunctional families provide delicious humor for stage and film, because most everyone can identify with one or more of the characters. And if they plan a mercy killing? The irreverent humor quadruples. In Howard Skora's new world premiere comedy Miserable with an Ocean View, we come face to face with a Jewish family on Long Island - a mother, who is wheelchair-bound and dying, two sons - one gay and one super macho straight - and one daughter, a horrible interior designer whose long-term marriage is on the rocks. Now for a limited run through July 18 at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks, Miserable is laugh.out.loud funny with fluid direction from Jim Fall and a marvelous cast headed by Patty McCormack as grandma Rhoda.
by Scott Moreau - Jun 19, 2013
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. An instantly recognizable song to 99% of the English speaking world. The female group that made the song famous, even more recognizable and beloved: The Andrews Sisters. Champions of the USO, and perhaps the most famous singing group of all time, The Andrews Sisters sold more than 90 million records in their career, and sang to troops all over the world, raising moral and warming hearts from the East Coast to the Pacific Rim. So, you may be asking yourself why the show is called The Andrews Brothers. Ah....the magic of live theatre.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 13, 2016
BWW speaks to Laura Stevens about her Edinburgh Fringe 2016 children's show Mermalade.
by Jacqueline Bublitz - Feb 1, 2016
Oh, THE GOOD WIFE. I've loved you for so long. And now all signs are pointing to the end! After seven seasons, it might be time - but it's going to be hard saying goodbye to your clever, contradictory, resonant stories, and to the people who play them out so beautifully, like they did tonight.
by - Dec 3, 2014
On the next episode of ABC's FOREVER titled "Skinny Dipper", when a taxi cab driver is killed with an antique sword, it is just the start of the tangled web the anonymous caller weaves to draw Henry under his influence.
by - Dec 29, 2014
Get all the scoop on FOREVER, airing on ABC on Wednesday, January 14, 2015!
by Desiree Fantal - Dec 26, 2015
Tonight's episode was brought to you by the letter A. Amanda got a lot of screen time, Ash's severed hand spawned a new, alterna-Ash, there were taut abs, and a bit of asphyxiation.
by TV News Desk - Dec 19, 2012
On the midseason return of TWO AND A HALF MEN, entitled 'Grab a Feather and Get in Line,' Walden and Alan go to Kate's fashion show in New York so Walden can tell her the truth about his identity, on TWO AND A HALF MEN, Thursday, Jan. 10 (8:31 - 9:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
by - Aug 29, 2013
Get all the scoop on THE VINEYARD, airing on ABC FAMILY on Tuesday, September 3, 2013!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2017
Tickets will go on sale April 15th for Theatre Now New York's 4th Annual SOUND BITES Festival of 10-Minute Musicals to be performed on Monday, May 29th, at 7:00PM at THE IRENE DIAMOND STAGE, The Pershing Square Signature Center, 480 West 42nd Street, New York, NY in Midtown Manhattan.
by - Apr 20, 2015
Get all the scoop on BLACK-ISH, airing on ABC on Wednesday, May 6, 2015!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2017
Tickets are now on sale for Theatre Now New York's  4th Annual SOUND BITES Festival of 10-Minute Musicals to be performed on Monday, May 29th, at 7:00PM at THE IRENE DIAMOND STAGE, The Pershing Square Signature Center, 480 West 42nd Street, New York, NY in Midtown Manhattan. Tickets can be purchased at www.tnny.org or 855-254-7469 and start at just $25.
by TV News Desk - Apr 16, 2015
The ABC Television Network announced highlights of upcoming May sweeps programming, featuring season finale dates for series "American Crime," "America's Funniest Home Videos," "black-ish," "Castle," "Dancing with the Stars," "Forever," "The Goldbergs," "The Middle," "Modern Family," "Nashville," "Revenge," "Scandal," "Secrets and Lies," and "Shark Tank."
by Jeff Davis - Apr 15, 2013
It's rare for a play, especially a social satire, to endure for over a century. Times change and what was once topical and funny often loses its punch. Thankfully, Oscar Wilde's 1895 masterpiece The Importance of Being Earnest has endured, and in its current production at St. Edwards University, Wilde's witty play flourishes and shines.