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The Capitol - 1895 - Broadway


Standard Theatre

(New York, NY)
102 W. 33rd St.
by Nicole Rosky - May 8, 2021
A new musical stage adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s legendary novel The Great Gatsby is headed for the stage, with a new score from Grammy Award-nominated international rock star of Florence + the Machine Florence Welch and Grammy Award nominee Thomas Bartlett.
by Stephi Wild - May 7, 2021
The Capitol Center for the Arts is planning to reopen at full capacity  by August 1.
by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2021
Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn will return to The Nancy & David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre in April 27, 2022.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 5, 2021
The June dates precede Strings’ extensive 2021 headline run, which kicks off this July and will include performances in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, Austin, Dallas, Atlanta and Nashville among several others.
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2021
The Washington Stage Guild continues its series of online presentations with, How He Lied to Her Husband, set in a London drawing room, a witty look at the love triangle, as only Shaw could envision it and is said to have been written by GBS in a matter of a few days.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2021
Independent Venue Week will return July 12 - 18, 2021 bringing together venues from all across the country for a series of shows and programming in celebration of the spirit of independence. With over 200 venues in 41 states and territories already signed up, Independent Venue Week 2021 continues its rapid growth from years prior.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2021
Darryl Maximilian Robinson joined veteran entertainment journalist and host Ron Brewington to discuss public theatre performance, politics, systemic racism, The Covid-19 Pandemic and The Oscars during his third appearance on 'The Actor's Choice'.
by Paula Makar - May 15, 2021
Jeremy Stolle started off his concert Thursday night with an opening line of a song from Phantom that gave me goosebumps! He whirled right into a sendup of Trouble from Music Man, abandoning the original lyrics for new, some of them having to do with Wichita! A delightful beginning that drew me in and kept my rapt attention for the following 90 minutes of wonderful entertainment that you should not miss!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 8, 2021
Dirty Dancing is one of the most iconic movies ever made, just happens to have a non-judgmental plotline about abortion access, AND IT WAS MADE IN THE 1980s!  The only thing that can make it better is watching it with these A-list comics for a hilarious night of fun and raising awareness around the state of reproductive rights in 2021.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 5, 2021
Directed and produced by Emmy® winners Matthew O’Neill and Perri Peltz, the program features Axios’ signature “Smart Brevity” analysis, exclusive documentary-style reporting, and in-depth conversations on the topics and trends shaping our future.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 5, 2021
On Saturday, March 13th at 7pm, the Provincetown Theater is honored to partner with the Capital Classics Theatre Company of Hartford, CT to produce an insightful Zoom conversation with performance excerpts from Athol Fugard's one-act play, Victory. Streaming free-of-charge, a link to the Victory event can be found on
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 24, 2021
Continuing their collaboration of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musicals, most recently The King and I, Opera Australia and The Gordon Frost Organisation are uniting again to produce the Tony Award-winning Broadway production for the first time in Australia, with support from the NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 24, 2021
Susan Crockett, Ruth Eckerd Hall President & CEO and the Ruth Eckerd Hall Board of Directors announced that The Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. 
by Stephi Wild - Mar 23, 2021
Wrapping up its fourth annual new play reading series Brave New Works 2021: Zoom, Brooklyn’s Brave New World Repertory Theatre announces its third and last offering, Go Down Moses by Dana Leslie Goldstein, set for March 28 at 7pm.
by Peter Nason - Mar 18, 2021
BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 91 greatest Sondheim songs. See if your favorites made the cut! What's at #1?
by Stephi Wild - Mar 16, 2021
The Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre (formerly known as the Capitol Theatre) is turning 100 years old this year!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2021
Procopius Canning, historian and creator of the scholarly award-winning web sites Timeline: Ancient Rome, and Gladiator: The Real Story, announces the publication of 'ANCIENT BLACK CIVILIZATIONS MATTER: Sort of like Wakanda, only real!' a deeply researched popular survey history of Blacks and Black culture in the ancient classical world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2021
Utah Opera Artistic Director Christopher McBeth today announced Utah Opera’s 2021-22 season, sponsored by the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation. In its upcoming season, Utah Opera presents four full-scale opera productions with live performances at the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 15, 2021
The performances follow an ambitious series of virtual concerts held over the last year, which will continue later this month: March 24 and 25 from New Orleans’ Tipitina’s and March 26 from Austin’s Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater.
by Barry Lenny - Mar 14, 2021
Music and cabaret can be vibrant in opposition to authority.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2021
The Olivier Award-winning West End production of COME FROM AWAY returns to London's Phoenix Theatre from July 22, with the Tony Award-winning New York production re-opening in Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on September 21. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 8, 2021
On this tour, the band will draw from their entire catalogue for their set list, and, as is the norm with Pixies, there will be no firm, nightly set list - the band will play a different set at each show, with every song determined just before its first note is played.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 4, 2021
The Emelin Theatre has launched the Rise & Shine Campaign to prepare for, fund and celebrate its reopening scheduled for early October.  The Rise & Shine campaign will run throughout 2021 and lead into the 50th Anniversary Season of the Emelin in 2022.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 4, 2021
In conjunction with the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami's current exhibition “Michael Richards: Are You Down?,” the museum will host “Conversations at MOCA: Michael Richards & the Whitney Independent Study Program with Renee Cox, Lyle Ashton Harris, and Dread Scott” on Wednesday, June 16. 
by Paula Makar - Jun 18, 2021
Mirette is based on the Caldecott Award-winning book Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully. The musical runs June 16-20 at the Century II Convention Hall, with excellent socially distanced seating. If you have children, RUN, don’t walk, to purchase tickets for this delightfully charming treasure. It’s the kind of show that will turn children into lifelong theatre goers. The story is simple, the characters are timeless archetypes, the message is positive, and the artistic value is high despite the impositions of strict COVID19 restrictions.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 17, 2021
Strings also debuted his new song, “Wargasm” featuring special guest RMR, earlier this month.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2021
NY PopsUp will present an array of performances this week from the Bronx to upstate New York. Performances include a piano bar in Union Square Park featuring Joe Iconis, Lauren Marcus, Richard Baskin, Jr., and Will Van Dyke.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2021
The countdown is on for Sydneysiders to experience the magic of Disney’s Frozen, with final performances for the much-anticipated Australian premiere season of the hit Broadway musical being released from 9am Friday 5 February 2021.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 28, 2021
Brooklyn’s Brave New World Repertory Theatre has announced its fourth annual new play reading series Brave New Works 2021: Zoom. Brave New Works has sought out new plays that address a number of hot-button issues - Race in America, Diversity, Climate Change, and now Police Brutality and Reform.
by Student Blogger: Sabrina Duke - Jan 27, 2021
This is part two of an analysis on The United States Capitol riots.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 26, 2021
Law&Crime, the leading live trial and true crime network, announces the launch of a new podcast 'Objections: by Adam Klasfeld.'
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 26, 2021
Portland Stage presents The Winnipesaukee Playhouse production of “Or,” by Liz Duffy Adams, both live in theater and digital-on-demand
by Stage Tube - Jan 21, 2021
John talks about the challenges of doing his show from home, Joe Biden being sworn in as President, becoming a U.S. citizen while Trump was in office, returning to work on Valentine’s Day, friends from England calling him to talk about the state of the world, and the Capitol attacks.
by Elliot Lanes - Jan 21, 2021
On January thirteenth the DC area arts community lost the immensely talented performer Delores King Williams. She was an incredibly talented actress and singer who was always a huge support factor for her fellow performers.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 21, 2021
In the spirit of one of the greatest theatrical maxims, “the show must go on,” Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston is once again offering students the opportunity to participate in its Youth Theatre Virtual Workshops Tuesday through Friday, February 16-19, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 20, 2021
In an exclusive interview. Rep. Brenda Lawrence tells 'American Black Journal' the harrowing story of the assault on the U.S. Congress Watch tonight at 7:30 on Detroit Public TV (56.1)  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 9, 2021
GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter and musician Billy Strings will return to the stage March 19-21 for a special, socially-distanced concert series at St. Augustine, FL’s The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre. 
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 8, 2021
NY PopsUp, an unprecedented and expansive festival featuring hundreds of pop-up performances (many of which are free of charge and all open to the public) that will intersect with the daily lives of New Yorkers, has been announced by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. This series of events, intended to revitalize the spirit and emotional well-being of New York citizens with the energy of live performance while jumpstarting New York’s struggling live entertainment sector, is a private / public partnership overseen by producers Scott Rudin and Jane Rosenthal, in coordination with the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and Empire State Development (ESD). 
by Stephi Wild - Feb 19, 2021
As part of its fourth annual new play reading series Brave New Works 2021: Zoom, Brooklyn's Brave New World Repertory Theatre announces its second offering, The Killing of Kings by Nadira Simone, set for February 28 at 7pm.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 18, 2021
Shakespeare@ Home is bringing a new, exciting audio production to audiences all over the world with their upcoming adaptation of Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar launches its first episode on Monday February 22nd at 7pm EST, and features some of Broadway and the West End's most well-known performers.
by Gil Kaan - Feb 16, 2021
Jake Broder's UNRAVELLED virtually premieres February 25, 2021. Jake explores the not-oft-told, surprising, complicated connection between genius, art and medical science, told via the correlation between modern Canadian artist Dr. Anne Adams (1940–2007) and French composer Maurice Ravel (1875–1937). Jake found some time between his multitasking of juggling his multiple writing projects to answer a few of my queries.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 8, 2021
Most recently, he performed three nights at St. Augustine FL’s The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre, four nights at Columbia, SC’s Columbia Speedway Entertainment Center, and a sold-out show at Austin, TX’s Long Center.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 7, 2021
Yuzima’s new album “The Book Of Slayed” is readying for release (TBA) and is a culmination of 12 months of recording and the realization months ago that the light was visible at the end of the tunnel when it came to the political state in the United States.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 6, 2021
Playwrights Horizons is continuing their new Public Art Series with an installation of two works by Dread Scott on the theater’s 42nd Street facade (April 12-May 9). One work engages passersby in considering what a world unburdened from America’s imperialism and often-destructive exceptionalism—a world without America itself—might look like.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 27, 2021
Longtime concert promoter and lifelong Pacific Northwest resident Eli Anderson has joined the programming department at Seattle Theatre Group and will be in charge of booking shows at the Neptune Theatre and designing a long term strategy for live streaming.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 26, 2021
Tickets for the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of one of the most beautiful musicals of all time, Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella, will go on sale this week on Friday 30 April. The contemporary retelling of this beloved story will have its Australian Premiere in Sydney at the Capitol Theatre from 16 November.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 20, 2021
EDUCATING RITA tells the story of married hairdresser Rita, who enrols on an Open University course to expand her horizons, and her encounters with university tutor Frank. Frank is a frustrated poet, brilliant academic and dedicated drinker, who is less than enthusiastic about teaching Rita.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 15, 2021
Intiman Theatre is thrilled to unveil the talent lineup for its fourth and final #SharetheLove event: Campaign Wrap Party! This event will be broadcast LIVE online, and will celebrate the culmination of an 18 day fundraising campaign in support of their upcoming move to Capitol Hill, and sharing love with community partners in the process. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 14, 2021
This trauma has even touched Yuzima, who experienced severe anxiety and depression over the last four years, taking on the practice of mindfulness and meditation to cope and excel.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 14, 2021
CaltechLive! Presents LAST LAUGH WITH ELAINA NEWPORT, an afternoon in conversation with a Capitol Steps' founding member on Saturday, May 8, 2021, at 5 p.m. PDT.