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Princess Theatre

(New York, NY)
104 W. 39th St.
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 30, 2020
Mabou Mines will present the work of the 2020 SUITE/Space Artists Christopher-Rashee Stevenson, Sean Devare, Shenny de Los Angeles and Sim Yan Ying 'YY' streaming live from October 22-31, 2020.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 31, 2016
During this period of highly charged political campaigns and just a few days prior to Election Day, the Crossroads Theatre Company will present Social Justice: Genesis, an evening of short plays focusing on themes of social justice at 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 4.
by Marianka Swain - Oct 15, 2019
The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice has always intrigued me, but particularly when I found myself suddenly grieving someone I loved very much.
by Marianka Swain - Oct 12, 2018
It's a #MeToo-era Measure for Measure over at the Donmar, with Josie Rourke conducting a fascinating experiment: abridging Shakespeare's problem play to just over an hour and running it twice, once in period, once in modern dress. And with the key roles of Isabella and Angelo swapped between Hayley Atwell and Jack Lowden.
by Cindy Marcolina - Nov 30, 2018
It's December 1991 and in a 'special hospital' Ruth (Emily Tucker), Claudia (Evlyne Oyedokun), and Dee (Amy McAllister) are gearing up to celebrate the holidays by demonstrating how well-adjusted they've become. They know that bonding with the rapists and other male convicts at the Christmas disco could be used by the parole board to back their early release.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 28, 2016
The Child Mind Institute raised over $7 million and honored philanthropists Nancy and Fred Poses and Duke University professor Kenneth A. Dodge, PhD, at its seventh annual Child Advocacy Award Dinner at Cipriani 42nd Street Monday night. 
by Nora Dominick - Nov 28, 2016
The Child Mind Institute raised over $7 million and honored philanthropists Nancy and Fred Poses and Duke University professor Kenneth A. Dodge, PhD, at its seventh annual Child Advocacy Award Dinner at Cipriani 42nd Street on November 21st. Check out photos from the event below!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 13, 2020
Today, Los Angeles alternative rock band The Pride have released the first single “Over Myself” off their upcoming Too Damn Late EP due out in early December 2020. A track both catchy and meaningful, “Over Myself” channels the heyday of emo and the alternative sounds of the early 2000’s. 
by Julie Musbach - May 8, 2019
New Brooklyn Theatre and the feath3r theory have announced the world premiere of We May Never Dance Again, their first new production since the two companies merged at the end of 2018.
by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2021
Music Director and Roy and Lillie Cullen Chair holder Andrés Orozco-Estrada is not able to return to Houston in May to close out the 2020–21 Season due to COVID-19-related travel restrictions, and the denial of the necessary travel exception required for him to enter the United States at this time. 
by Lauren Gienow - May 31, 2018
The latest production to open at the Stratford Festival, is the Eugene O'Neill classic LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT. Directed by Miles Potter, this emotional and honest production will rip your heart out and leave you thinking about the family it is based on for days. It is an absolute must-see this season at the Festival.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 28, 2019
New Brooklyn Theatre and the feath3r theory have announced the world premiere of We May Never Dance Again, their first new production since the two companies merged at the end of 2018. The production will run at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn on June 6 and 7, 2019. It is directed and choreographed by Raja Feather Kelly, the company's artistic director and founder of the feath3r theory. Overlapping with We May Never Dance Again, the company will host its annual Tele- Gala-Dance-A-Thon, an innovative, interactive, multimedia fundraiser which will be livestreamed over the internet and include an all-night dance and dessert party. Special guests from the worlds of arts and music are slated to appear.
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - May 12, 2018
Four people living in a place called denial spend an eventful evening in a NYC hotel suite that goes from party to pathetic in a swift 90 minutes. Playing at Mixed Blood's stage through May 27.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 10, 2019
Navigating relationships is never easy -- two different people from different backgrounds trying to make it work. Now, imagine finding the one that has it all. They are what you thought you always wanted until, one day that nagging voice in the back of your head warns you -- something isn't right.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 5, 2021
Most recently, Tinnesz’s vocal instrument is featured on the 2021 Virgin Records pop dance track “Fences,” which he wrote and recorded with Stefy De Cicco and Wasback. Now the versatile performer returns today (March 5) with his most personal song to date, “I Don’t Miss You,” available at digital and streaming outlets worldwide.
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 27, 2019
FURY hit us with their new video and single, 'Vacation' which debuted over at Heavy Consequence on Consequence of Sound. Lyrically on 'Vacation', frontman Jeremy Stith references Harry Dean Stanton's discussion of 'predestination and each humans' capabilities and their place in the world' Stith explains. 'It's about how we will do what we do, and the outcomes will be what they will, and as much choice as we might have in the big scheme of things, the fact is just like earth, humans weren't here at one point, then we were, and soon we won't be anymore. Vacation is about grief and what comes along with it -- the denial, anger and the bargaining in situations where you come up short. We can only hope for acceptance that we are nothing, and Love is everything.'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 2, 2021
Recorded over five days in late February 2020 at the Fidelitorium in Kernersville, North Carolina, Beautiful Day was produced by Jason Richmond, also a Grammy-nominated engineer and mixer known for his work with The Avett Brothers and Dom Flemons.
by Julie Musbach - Mar 18, 2017
Independent Shakespeare Co. (ISC), presenters of the Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival announce the west coast premiere of  THE SNOW GEESE by Sharr White (The Other Place), directed by Independent Shakespeare Co.'s Managing Director David Melville.  THE SNOW GEESE will begin previews on Saturday, March 11, will open on Friday, March 17 at 7:30pm and performs through Sunday, April 9 at Independent Studio in the Atwater Crossing Arts + Innovation Complex, 3191 Casitas Ave., #168 in Atwater Village.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 11, 2021
Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater will debut the first installment in the Arena Riffs series on Wednesday, March 17 at 7 p.m. The three-part series begins with a musical memoir composed and performed by award-winning indie-folk duo Abigail and Shaun Bengson.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 8, 2018
Actress MELANIE HAYNES emerges as the awkward Aunt Patty in the new quirky indie comedy feature film, ANTIQUITIES, making its World Premiere at Dances with Films at the TCL Chinese Theatres in Hollywood on June 16, 2018.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 19, 2018
Repertory Dance Theatre has long recognized ethnic and racial diversity in our community and prioritized its value through its hiring practices, its artistic choices and its outreach programming.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2018
Actress MELANIE HAYNES emerges as the awkward Aunt Patty in the new quirky indie comedy feature film, ANTIQUITIES, making its World Premiere at Dances with Films at the TCL Chinese Theatres in Hollywood on June 16, 2018.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jun 12, 2018
The following is the unofficial transcript of an EXCLUSIVE CNBC interview with Point72 Associate Director Lauren Bonner and CNBC's Leslie Picker which aired today, Monday, June 11th throughout CNBC Business Day programming. This was Bonner's first-ever TV interview. Watch video of the interview on CNBC.com here!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 5, 2017
In a letter made public today, more than 60 theater artists have called on Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, a leading US arts institution located in Manhattan, to cancel Israeli government-sponsored performances by two Israeli theater companies scheduled for July 24 - 27.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 27, 2020
The National WWI Museum and Memorial commemorates the centennial of the 19th Amendment, prohibiting the denial of voting rights on account of gender, with a new exhibition dedicated to telling the story of the women's suffrage movement.
by John Lariviere - Jul 19, 2017
The Outre Theatre Company presents the first production of its 2017/18 season, George Orwell's 1984, in its new home at the recently opened Pompano Beach Cultural Center. The play 1984 is based on George Orwell's dystopian novel published in 1949. In 2005 the novel was chosen by Time magazine as one of the 100 best English-language novels. Many of its terms and concepts, such as Big Brother, doublethink, thoughtcrime, cold war, and Newspeak have permanently entered into common use since its first publication.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 16, 2019
Sleep On It have announced their new full-length album, Pride & Disaster, out September 13th via Equal Vision Records. Fans can watch the music video for the first single, 'Under The Moment' below.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 4, 2018
In Its Award-Winning Downtown Brooklyn Arts and Media Center, BRIC Presents and Incubates Bold New Work by Artists and Media-Makers Reflecting NYC's Diversity
by Ron Bierman - Jan 30, 2020
Beethoven was born 250 years ago, and the world has been honoring the anniversary with a deluge of the great composer's music. The San Diego Symphony's celebration continued with strong, well-played performances of Beethoven's Egmont Overture and sixth symphony. Principal Guest Conductor Edo de Waart was once again at the podium. He was assigned most of the heavy lifting for this season's surfeit of Beethoven. The program also included Haydn's 92nd symphony, the 'Oxford.'
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 3, 2019
The Fountain Theatre has announced a 2019-20 season of vibrant, thought-provoking, fresh and funny new work by a diverse group of playwrights, each of whom explores important social and cultural issues from a wholly unique perspective.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 29, 2019
The Actors' Gang Theater presents an exhibition featuring the artworks of Ralph Steadman and Dario Fo, to accompany the run of ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST, which will open this Saturday, February 2nd and will continue until March 9th. Written by Italian playwright and Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo, translated by Jon Laskin and Michael Aquilante and directed by Will Thomas McFadden, the play began its run on Thursday, January 24th.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2017
ANASTASIA is still on a journey to the past - and Broadway - despite the news that a New York District Court judge has denied a motion to dismiss a plagiarism lawsuit against the show's producers.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 2, 2019
The 34th annual Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival – the third longest running festival of its kind in North America – will present 11 award-winning and critically acclaimed films from around the world including Australia, Israel, Germany, Poland, Austria, Canada and the United States.
by Michael Dale - Jan 14, 2020
Plenty of those who weren't nodding their heads in agreement reacted with incredulousness or perhaps a big guffaw three years ago when Presidential Counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on 'Meet The Press' to defend White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's statements about the size of the crowd at Donald Trump's inaugural with the phrase 'alternative facts.'
by Julie Musbach - Feb 27, 2019
NYU Steinhardt's Program in Educational Theatre will present Radium Girls, a production exploring one of the biggest labor scandals of America's early 20th century, from March 1 to 10. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 22, 2017
Independent Shakespeare Co. (ISC), presenters of the Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival announce the west coast premiere of  THE SNOW GEESE by Sharr White (The Other Place), directed by Independent Shakespeare Co.'s Managing Director David Melville.  THE SNOW GEESE will begin previews on Saturday, March 11, will open on Friday, March 17 at 7:30pm and performs through Sunday, April 9 at Independent Studio in the Atwater Crossing Arts + Innovation Complex, 3191 Casitas Ave., #168 in Atwater Village.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 11, 2020
Los Angeles based alt-rock band The Pride released their EP Too Damn Late, the follow up to 2015’s Yakuzamerica.
by Jade Kops - Aug 9, 2018
TORCH SONG TRILOGY is a heartbreakingly beautiful and poignant story of looking for love and acceptance in a world of judgement and fear. 
by Jade Kops - Aug 8, 2017
Sport for Jove's latest offering takes a contemporary turn from its usual period works with Dale Wasserman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 3, 2018
It was inevitable, perhaps, that our post-truth politics would seep into 21st century absurdist theater. One sunny example is 'Occasionally Nothing' by Natalie Menna, which takes us to a dismal time-to-come when something can become a profound, obvious nothing. Life becomes the time in between the sometimes which sometimes happen. The piece won awards in Planet Connections Festivity for developmental staging's, with critics cheering the playwright for her mastery of Theater of the Absurd. Theater for the New City's Dream Up festival will present the work September 8 to 16. Ivette Dumeng directs.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2017
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Stratford Festival today, and BroadwayWorld is excited to share some behind-the-scenes photos of him with the artists below! Stratford Festival's 2017 season, an exploration of identity as Canada, marks the 150th anniversary of its birth as a nation. The season will span the history of Western drama from the ancient Greek classic Bakkhai to two new Canadian plays specially commissioned by the Festival.
by Review Roundups - Aug 23, 2019
The Donmar Warehouse presents Ola Ince's production of Appropriate by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. Let's see what the critics had to say.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 7, 2021
Following the premiere season of LIVE DREAMS at Performance Space's Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art 2020, Performance Space and Carriageworks are thrilled to present a special edition of LIVE DREAMS in May 2021.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 7, 2021
Arena Riffs is a three-part commissioned music series that features three different composer and lyricist teams with musical selections infused with sounds of folk, indie and hip-hop. 
by Julie Musbach - Apr 23, 2018
Gallery Met Shorts presents a film by artist Elizabeth Columba, which will be shown in more than 2,000 movie theaters in 73 countries during the intermission of the Met's final Live in HD performance of this season.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 21, 2021
Curated by Performance Space—Australia's leading experimental arts organisation— LIVE DREAMS brings artists and audiences together in new, dynamic and responsive ways.
by Jade Kops - Apr 19, 2019
A Rollercoaster of emotions, A LITTLE PIECE OF ASH shares a personal journey of dealing with death. 
by Jade Kops - Apr 17, 2021
Capitalizing on the popularity of reconnecting with vintage aesthetics, Laura Wade’s (playwright) HOME, I’M DARLING considers the danger of delving too far into the retro fantasy and trying to recreate a 1950’s life in the 21st century.