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Sarah Stackhouse, Former Company Member Of Limón Dance Company, Has Passed Away
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 12, 2024

Sarah Stackhouse, Former Company Member Of Limón Dance Company, Has Passed Away. Her legacy will continue to inspire generations to come.

Review: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY at Stage Door Theatre
by Jennifer Skura Boutell - Dec 22, 2023

What did our critic think of IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY at Stage Door Theatre?

Review: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE THE MUSICAL at FMCT (The Hjemkomst Center)
by Brian Michaels - Dec 4, 2023

What did our critic think of IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE THE MUSICAL at FMCT (The Hjemkomst Center)?

by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2023

Discover the historical impact of the expatriate art scene in postwar France with the exhibition 'Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946–1962.' Explore over 130 artworks that shed light on this creative period and the artists who sought refuge from discrimination. Opening on March 2, 2024, at the Grey Art Museum in New York City.

Review: EVITA at Shakespeare Theatre/Harman Hall
by Mary Lincer - Sep 15, 2023

What did our critic think of EVITA at Shakespeare Theatre/Harman Hall? The two hour show packs 17 years of her life into a constantly moving, theatrical matrix including social, political, and women's fashion history which can often be quite affecting because Pimentel's acting finds simple moments of true emotion amid the bustle and action.

Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC Fills the Air at North Shore Music Theatre
by R. Scott Reedy - Jul 16, 2023

What did our critic think of THE SOUND OF MUSIC at North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, MA?

Broadway Buying Guide: May 22, 2023
by Team BWW - May 22, 2023

Looking for the best deals on Broadway shows? Welcome to our new weekly guide to the most popular shows listed on BroadwayWorld. Check out which shows are selling this week, May 22, 2023.

NJPAC Announces 2023-24 Dance Line-up Including Limon, Ailey, A New Jersey Ballet World Premiere And More
by A.A. Cristi - May 17, 2023

The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) today announced its upcoming 2023-24 season of dance including the NJPAC debut of the Limón Dance Company, a world premiere, celebrations of Kwanzaa, the Lunar New Year, St. Patrick's Day, and Mother's Day, and more. In what has become an annual tradition, the winter season welcomes two different productions of the Nutcracker: the traditional classical version by the State Ballet Theater of Ukraine followed by a spectacular re-imagined contemporary version,

Review: HERE THERE ARE BLUEBERRIES at Tectonic Theater Project at Shakespeare Theatre's Harman Hall
by Mary Lincer - May 12, 2023

What did our critic think of HERE THERE ARE BLUEBERRIES at Tectonic Theater Project @ Shakespeare Theatre's Harman Hall?

Review: SHOUT SISTER SHOUT! at Ford's Theatre
by Mary Lincer - Mar 22, 2023

What did our critic think of SHOUT SISTER SHOUT! at Ford's Theatre? Four lady singers dominate in the very best way SHOUT SISTER SHOUT!, a musical biography of Sister Rosetta Tharpe (1915-1973). at Ford's Theatre through May 13. Sister Rosetta began singing in church alongside her mother, Katie Bell, who traveled and preached in the rural South before women could vote.

Santino Fontana & Judy Kuhn to Star in I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE at Classic Stage Company
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 22, 2023

Classic Stage Company has announced complete programming for their 2023-2024 Season. See what shows are in the lineup, who is starring, how to purchase tickets, and more!

Video: Full Cast and Creative Team Announced for NEW YORK, NEW YORK; Plus Watch a New Trailer!
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 1, 2023

The full cast and creative team has been announced for the brand new Kander & Ebb musical, NEW YORK, NEW YORK. Plus, check out a new trailer of the cast in action!

Slovo Theater Group, Matt Braunger & More Announced for The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage December Schedule
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 23, 2022

Millennium Stage will offer free live community performances, streamed live, plus online programs and film screenings, Wednesday–Sunday each week throughout our campus.

Sacred Heart University Community Theatre Presents December Films
by Stephi Wild - Nov 18, 2022

The SHU Community Theatre presents a month of film programming in December. This month's highlights include sing-along screenings of Disney's Frozen and Frozen II on Dec. 30, and a Q&A with the filmmaker of Santaman, after the Dec. 18, screening of the new holiday film.

Sacred Heart University Community Theatre Launches THE STURGES RIDGE CENTURY OF CINEMA
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 14, 2022

The SHU Community Theatre has launched the Sturges Ridge Century of Cinema, a curated monthly series spotlighting the 20th century's finest films. The Sturges Ridge Century of Cinema, supported by Jewish Senior Services, begins with a red-carpet event prior to the screening of the 1946 holiday classic It's a Wonderful Life on Nov. 30, at 6:30 p.m.

Kander & Ebb's NEW YORK, NEW YORK Will Open On Broadway This Spring
by Team BWW - Oct 26, 2022

Producers Sonia Friedman and Tom Kirdahy have announced that the brand new Kander & Ebb musical, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, will begin performances on Broadway Friday, March 24, 2023 and officially open Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at Broadway’s St. James Theatre.

Scena Theatre to Present THE TIME MACHINE Beginning This Month
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 15, 2022

The Directors of Scena Theatre will continue their 34th Season in Washington, DC with THE TIME MACHINE, an original stage adaptation of the landmark H.G. Wells novel, which influenced generations of science fiction writers. Scena Theatre's Artistic Director Robert McNamara is directing this one-man play featuring DC's Ron Litman (AEA).

High Museum of Art to Present First Major Museum Exhibition of Evelyn Hofer's City Photographs
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 26, 2022

The High Museum of Art in Atlanta announced that it will present the first major US museum exhibition dedicated to photographer Evelyn Hofer View in browser

Review: Freda Payne and her 'Band' of Gold Marvel in ELLA: FIRST LADY OF SONG at The Madison Theatre At Molloy College
by Nicholas Pontolillo - Aug 28, 2022

What did our critic think of ELLA: FIRST LADY OF SONG at The Madison Theatre At Molloy College?

Eric Firestone Gallery Presents Solo Exhibition Of Groundbreaking Postwar Artist Nina Yankowitz This Fall
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 23, 2022

Eric Firestone Gallery ushers in its fall season with its first solo show of works by postwar abstract painter Nina Yankowitz, whom the gallery now represents. Opening Friday, September 9 at 40 Great Jones Street, Can Women Have One Man Shows? comprises Yankowitz's Draped Paintings and Pleated Paintings series, bodies of work spanning the 1960s and 70s in which the artist created unstretched canvases hanging in loose folds, eschewing the conventional use of rigid frames and stretcher bars.

Roundabout Announces The Refocus Project Second Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 18, 2022

Roundabout Theatre Company has announced the second season of The Refocus Project, its multiyear project to elevate and restore marginalized plays to the American canon.

WILLIAMS-WILLIAMS & MILLER Opens April 30 At Gloria Gifford Conservatory
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 14, 2022

Jamaica Moon Productions presents three short plays by two great 20th Century American playwrights. All three plays are love stories, and one is a comedy.

New York City Opera to Present Weill & Brecht's THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS & MAHOGONNY SONGSPIEL
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 18, 2022

New York City Opera will present Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's thrilling double bill, The Seven Deadly Sins & Mahagonny Songspiel, for the first time ever told as one story, a tragic fable for today.

Learn All About Irving Berlin's ANNIE GET YOUR GUN and Celebrate Broadway's Return with #NoBusinessLikeShowBusiness
by Team BWW - Nov 8, 2021

Live theatre is officially back and Concord Theatricals is celebrating! 'There's No Business Like Show Business' is a digital celebration that launched just last month, marking the return of live theater and all of the incredible people who help to make it happen. The celebration coincides with the 75th anniversary of Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun and its iconic showstopper 'There's No Business Like Show Business,' a song that has more resonance than ever this year.

Repertorio Español Announces the Return of the Acclaimed Comedy FILOMENA MARTURANO: MARRIAGE CARIBBEAN STYLE
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 22, 2021

The New York Times Critic's Pick Filomena Marturano: Marriage Caribbean Style returns to the stage on Friday, November 5th at Repertorio Español's historic Gramercy Arts Theater located at 138 East 27th Street in Manhattan.


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