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The Bride - 1913 - Broadway


Princess Theatre

(New York, NY)
104 W. 39th St.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 9, 2020
Variety has reported that Kevin Spacey is being sued by two men who alleged that Spacey committed sexual battery against them when they were 14 years old in the 1980s.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 25, 2020
Today, the Banks family of the 'Father of the Bride' films reunited for 'Part 3 (ish)' of the film series as a virtual fundraiser for World Central Kitchen.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 24, 2020
Matt Lopez will write a new film in the 'Father of the Bride' franchise for Warner Bros., featuring a Latinx family. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 17, 2020
Irvine Barclay Theatre presents Steve Tyrell on Saturday, October 3  at Bayside Restaurant in Newport Beach.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2020
First ever Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh kicks off digitally on 18 September with an ambitious programme of features, documentaries and shorts charting the fascinating history of Taiwanese cinema starting with the 60s plus Q&A sessions and panel discussion presented in collaboration with the Scottish Documentary Institute and Cinetopia.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 12, 2020
Playthings Theater is producing a virtual reading of Honey Fitz, the new play by up and coming playwright Justin McDevitt.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 5, 2020
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts today announced that the nonprofit cultural organization, together with a talented collection of Broadway stars, Emmy and Tony winners, and songwriters, will present Broadway Boosts Bethel on October 22nd at 7:00 PM.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 29, 2020
Covid's impact on live theatre and performing arts has been brutal this year. In an effort to celebrate the history and raise funds to support the future of the Barn Theatre, they will induct their 2020 Class of Wall of Fame members during their Gala Events this weekend.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 23, 2020
The musical adaptation of Mira Nair's hit film Monsoon Wedding will now open in India in 2021. Prior to the global health crisis, the musical was set to open at Leeds Playhouse on June 17th 2020 before transferring to London's Roundhouse to play a limited season from 17th July to 29th August.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 23, 2020
Have you been wondering how you’re going to celebrate Halloween at home this year?
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 22, 2020
The presentations, filmed live in high-definition at the War Memorial Opera House, will be viewable on demand for free with registration at on the first streaming date starting at 10 am (PDT) and expiring at 11:59 pm the following day.
by Marianka Swain - Oct 21, 2020
Fear isn't a part of life. It's essential to life. It's one of the foundational emotions which underpins a thousand others. It steers us clear of danger, helps concentrate the mind, and inspires our most boundless and intoxicating creativity.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 30, 2020
The best gift isn’t under the Christmas tree, it’s on HBO Max! Celebrate Christmas Day with Wonder Woman 1984, starring Gal Gadot, when it flies onto the platform the same day it hits theaters around the country.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 25, 2020
Trailblazer Emily Lazar, who in 2018 became the first female mastering engineer to win the GRAMMY for Best Engineered Album Non-Classical for Beck's album Colors, has been nominated for three additional GRAMMY Awards for 2021.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 20, 2021
After one of the most difficult years for live theatre, Pear Theatre is proud to announces its 20th anniversary season: 20 PearFect Years, Now 20 More. This exciting and ambitious lineup pairs new shows with shows that the Pear has done in the past, with many of the production slots performing in repertory (“Pear Pairings”). 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 18, 2021
Hailed as the 'Internet's highest honor' by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet, including Websites; Video; Advertising, Media & PR; Apps, Mobile, and Voice; Social; Podcasts; and Games.
by Shari Barrett - May 18, 2021
Here is my interview with Gloria Gifford about presenting LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS live-streamed online as well as her Gloria Gifford Conservatory and how she is managing to keep her students active during the past year.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 12, 2021
The Infinithéâtre will be getting back to sharing provocative and inspiring stories... LIVE! Zach Fraser, in his first season as Infini's Artistic Director, is honoured to announce the company's 24th year of producing relevant theatre that explores and reflects the issues, challenges and possibilities of contemporary Québec.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 12, 2021
The Infinithéâtre team is ready to get back to sharing provocative and inspiring stories… LIVE! Zach Fraser, in his first season as Infini's Artistic Director, is honoured to announce the company's 24th year of producing relevant theatre that explores and reflects the issues, challenges and possibilities of contemporary Québec. On offer is an eclectic mix of styles and voices that all in some way touch the theme, 'Breaking Down Barriers'.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 24, 2021
Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases, including Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero, Once On This Island on orange vinyl, R&H Goes Pop!, and more!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 2, 2021
This year’s festival will bring a hybrid of selected live events and screenings along with the virtual screening of 300+ films that include an incredible variety of feature and short length dramas, thrillers, comedies, documentaries, student films, foreign films, videos and web series, music, and more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2021
The Fine Arts Center Theatre Company has announced its line up for the 2021–2022 season. The FAC will produce a season of diverse and exciting plays and musicals, including “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark,” by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage and the Tony Award-winning musical “La Cage aux Folles.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 30, 2021
Noted television director and producer John Erman, who directed episodes of many of the great television shows and TV movies and mini-series from the early sixties all the way into the 2000’s, died in New York on June 25th after a brief illness.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2021
Kicking off this mini-season is an epic all-day, all-star performance, in which Artistic Director Tom Littler dramatises Emily Wilson's translation of The Odyssey as a staged reading in six parts by a company of eleven actors and six guest-star narrators.
by Ricky Pope - Jul 30, 2021
Kendra Cunnigham is what would occur if Terri Garr and Mae West had a love child. She’s the first person in her family to leave her home in Boston since her grandmother immigrated from Lithuania. Cunningham doesn’t have to tell you she’s from Boston. Her accent tells the whole story. Her show is an hour of expert standup, that details what happened once she left her family in Massachusetts to make her way in the Big Rotten Apple. It’s a story of bad dates, terrible therapists, and a lot of retail therapy. And those affirmations. It’s a story about a decade of searching for happiness and a decent man. Spoiler alert, she seems to have found both.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 28, 2021
Barrington Stage Company has announced that Obie Award winner Anthony Rapp (Rent, If/Then) will take on the title role in a staged reading of Andy Warhol in Iran on Sunday, August 22, 2021 at 8:00 pm on the Boyd-Quinson Stage (30 Union Street).
by Stephi Wild - Jul 26, 2021
Hannah is a bride-to-be whose excitement for her upcoming wedding is tempered by her need to manage the affections of both her mother and her stepmother while planning the nuptials. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 22, 2021
“Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios Hollywood is back with a vengeance as tickets are now on sale with menacing fan favorite mazes, “The Exorcist” and “The Curse of Pandora's Box,” joining an unnerving line-up at Southern California's intensely immersive Halloween event.
by DC Felton - Jul 20, 2021
If hotels rooms could tell stories, what stories might they tell? Would they be stories of love or heartbreak, or something completely different? If you've ever thought of those questions, or are looking for a fun, entertaining night of theatre, then Des Moines Playhouse's production of 'Plaza Suite' is the right show for you. On Friday, July 16, the show opened to a packed tent as part of the Playhouse's summer Tent series. And from the audience's reactions, this was just the comedy they needed this summer.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 20, 2021
The Boston Symphony will return to Tanglewood, its summer home in the beautiful Berkshires since 1937, and to welcome back audiences, July 4–August 26, for the first time since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated a 15-month performance hiatus.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 19, 2021
Barrington Stage Company has announced complete casting for the World Premiere productions of Boca by Jessica Provenz (July 30-August 29 at the BSC Production Center, 34 Laurel Street) and Sister Sorry by Alec Wilkinson (August 13-29 at the Boyd-Quinson Stage, 30 Union Street).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 19, 2021
Whether it be a live or recorded performance, a classical, contemporary, musical theatre or spiritual song, British/Italian soprano Carly Paoli, certainly knows how to deliver and 24 September 2021 will see the release of a brand-new album,  Carly Paoli & Friends on the Abiah label. 
by Stephi Wild - Jan 6, 2021
Need something new to read, watch, or listen to? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases! This week's list includes a new album from Marisha Wallace, the original Broadway cast recording of Hair on vinyl, and more!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 4, 2021
Italy, World War Two. Fierce and brave Antoinetta, a known communist, and her two young boys, have to flee to Australia for safety. Her husband Sante, a gentle storyteller, stays to fight against Europe’s rising fascist regimes.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 18, 2021
During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville, Tennessee, estate, five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 24, 2021
In which kibbutz did they throw chairs at the players and Hanoch Levin at the end of the show? How did the audience react after the first play of 'Bath Queen'? What game did Hazki and Hanoch Levin play at the beach?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 22, 2021
Cultural Leicester powerhouses Curve and De Montfort University have announced plans to continue their strategic partnership throughout 2021 with a host of new projects. DMU has remained supportive of Curve and the arts, including sponsorship of the Made at Curve production of The Color Purple – at Home.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 16, 2020
Kimberly Williams-Paisley steps into the Batter's Box for Episode 64 of Break a Bat! Born and raised in New York, Williams-Paisley has been starring in film, television, and theater for more than 30 years.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 20, 2020
Fall into the exciting new original series and A-list blockbuster movies arriving this September on HBO Max.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 20, 2020
God is appearing live from Palo Alto for the first time ever and She's got a lot to say! Palo Alto Players opens its 90th anniversary season with a fully livestreamed production of the sinfully funny, irreverent comedy AN ACT OF GOD, the first Broadway play based on a Twitter feed, written by 13-time Emmy Award winner David Javerbaum.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 27, 2021
 The Duluth Playhouse will welcome audiences back inside the NorShor Theatre for Dancing Queens: The Music of ABBA's Mamma Mia, its first performance after being closed over a year due to the pandemic.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 27, 2021
Arkansas's largest professional theatre returns to in-person performances following a year of successful streaming offerings and national critical acclaim.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 27, 2021
Pushcart Players artistic director Paul Whelihan will perform in Zoom readings of “ART,” a play by Yasmine Reza on Thursday May 6 and Friday May 7 at 7:30 pm.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 23, 2021
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its ground-breaking Outreach and Education programme department, Scottish Opera has announced further projects to bring music and performance into the lives of people across the country.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 23, 2021
Here we go again! The Duluth Playhouse will welcome audiences back inside the NorShor Theatre for Dancing Queens: The Music of ABBA's Mamma Mia, its first performance after being closed over a year due to the pandemic.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 20, 2021
Other nominees in the TV and film social video category include Disney+ Library Stunt Video, SCOOB- #SCOOBDance TikTok Challenge, Westworld Season 3 Social Video on HBO, and Father of the Bride Part 3ish on Netflix.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 2, 2021
Returning each spring, the annual short-play showcase Pear Slices offers up a selection of original, short plays from the members of the Pear Playwrights Guild. Co-directed this year by Troy Johnson and Melinda Marks, the current crop of vignettes will be presented as a filmed-live video, accessible online beginning April 30. For more information, or to purchase access, patrons may visit or call (650) 254-1148.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 14, 2021
On this day in 2015, the new musical It Shoulda Been You, from Brian Hargrove and Barbara Anselmi opened on Broadway featuring an all-star cast including Lisa Howard, Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris, and Sierra Boggess, and directed by David Hyde Pierce. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 1, 2021
On a cold night in January 2004, gunshots rang out across the remote Swedish village, Knutby, home to a small, tight-knit Pentecostal congregation, leaving a young woman murdered in her bed and her neighbor suffering from multiple bullet wounds.