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Lyric Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
214 W. 42nd St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2014
PICT Classic Theatre's Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, by Frank McGuinness, opens just about 100 years after the historical WWI events that are authentically portrayed in the performance. Running today, September 4, through September 20 at the Stephen Foster Memorial, the play, appropriate for ages 12+, leaves audiences with a better emotional understanding of events that changed the course of millions of lives and a sense of the surprising ways that WWI continues to shape the world today.
by Jade Kops - Sep 2, 2018
Old world charm and wonderful performances come together for SHE LOVES ME, the heartwarming story of lonely-hearts letter writers.
by Peter Danish - Oct 25, 2018
CONSTELLATIONS at Hudson Stage Company
by Wendi Reichstein - Oct 22, 2014
On any decently written drama, there's always that one character that you absolutely hate, but at the same time want them to stay on the show due to all of the engaging, crazy, can't-look-away drama they cause. On THE OC, it was Oliver. On GOSSIP GIRL, it was Georgina. And on NASHVILLE, it's Jeff Fordham. Not only is he about to attempt to sign Maddie and Daphne to his label- without Rayna's knowledge nor permission, but he's right on the heels of Will's alleged affair with his 'trainer,' and cockily shoving a non-disclosure agreement in his face. You want to punch Jeff in the face (along with several of the characters on the show), but at the same time, he is driving so much conflict that without him you wouldn't be half as interested. And that, fellow Nashies, is what you call superb acting on top of excellent writing.
by Caryn Robbins - May 26, 2016
Continuing its commitment to high-quality programming, Bravo Media is adding seven new unscripted projects to its development slate, it was announced today by Lara Spotts, Senior Vice President of Development.
by Anthony Hazzard - Mar 8, 2017
Stephen Sondheim's Broadway smash 'Company' is alive and well at the BACCA Arts Center in Lindenhurst. Presented by StageLight Entertainment, this production of the 1970 musical is a smash hit! Performed with linear staging and in a very intimate setting, this smart production felt like it was being performed in the living room by your favorite and annoying circle of friends.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2015
The New Ohio Theatre + Hard Sparks present: R & J & Z, written by Melody Bates and directed by Joan Jubett, running April 1 - 18 at the New Ohio Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2010
Today (also referred to as The Today Show) is an American morning news and talk show airing every morning on NBC. Debuting on January 14, 1952, it was the first of its genre on American television.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jul 23, 2010
Today (also referred to as The Today Show) is an American morning news and talk show airing every morning on NBC. Debuting on January 14, 1952, it was the first of its genre on American television.
by Michael Rabice - Jan 29, 2018
A Triumphant CONSTANT WIFE. Buffalo's Irish Classical Theatre continues it's season of comedies with a splendid production of W. Somerset Maugham's THE CONSTANT WIFE. In lesser hands the story of a wife who appears to turn a blind eye to her husband's infidelities could come across as a dreadfully dated and unbelievable drawing room comedy of 1926. This period in theatrical history allowed love to be proclaimed to the mountains, despite who was in earshot- where a woman's place was in the home, lest it be thought that her husband was unable to provide for her- where rest cures in far off countries were the panacea to every ailment- and where propriety was tantamount.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2015
Columbia Stages is proud to present FESTEN, a dark comedy by British playwright David Eldridge. Adapted from the 1998 Danish film of the same name, FESTEN depicts the story of a family ravaged by secrets, twisted accusations, and unbearable wounds.
by Carrie Dunn - Jan 22, 2014
Written by Ray Cooney in 1984, Two Into One focuses on one of Cooney's favourite topics -infidelity - this time among England's political elite. Cooney depicts politicians as hypocritical sex fiends far more concerned with satisfying their hormonal urges than serving their constituents.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2015
Columbia Stages is proud to present FESTEN, a dark comedy by British playwright David Eldridge. Adapted from the 1998 Danish film of the same name, FESTEN depicts the story of a family ravaged by secrets, twisted accusations, and unbearable wounds.
by - Jan 15, 2014
Lionsgate has released the first TV spot for NURSE 3D, coming to select theaters and On Demand on February 7. Get a first look below!
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 5, 2013
Lionsgate has debuted the trailer for Doug Aarniokoski's NURSE 3D, starring Paz De La Huerta, Katrina Bowden and Corben Bleu. The film hits theaters on February 7, 2014. Get a first look below!
by Julie Musbach - Aug 21, 2019
Now & Then Creative Company kicks off their 3rd Season with Pluck the Day, a new play from accomplished Arizona playwright Kirt Shineman. The company has committed this season--in its entirety--to new plays by Arizona playwrights, in collaboration with Arizona actors, directors, dramaturgs, and designers. Audiences can expect readings, workshops (staged readings with scripts in hand), and premiere productions by some of Arizona's finest writers.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 13, 2014
PICT Classic Theatre's Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, by Frank McGuinness, opens just about 100 years after the historical WWI events that are authentically portrayed in the performance. Running September 4-20 at the Stephen Foster Memorial, the play, appropriate for ages 12+, leaves audiences with a better emotional understanding of events that changed the course of millions of lives and a sense of the surprising ways that WWI continues to shape the world today.
by Matt Smith - Apr 7, 2015
Jasmine Samuel, a high school girl living in Richmond, Va. who started writing short stories at nine, has completed her first book 'Becoming a Woman': an involved and emotional coming of age story that she hopes will teach girls and young women to never lose hope.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2015
The New Ohio Theatre + Hard Sparks present: R & J & Z, written by Melody Bates and directed by Joan Jubett, running tonight, April 1 - 18 at the New Ohio Theatre.