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Booth Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
222 West 45th St.
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by Nancy Grossman - Sep 26, 2007
Foothills Theatre opens 2007-2008 season with revue of songs by popular Broadway composing duo.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 21, 2010
The Colony Theatre Company is thrilled to present its third and most magical production of its 36th season, BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE, written by John van Druten and directed by Richard Israel (Merrily We Roll Along), making his Colony Theatre directorial debut.
by Jan Nargi - Sep 17, 2005
Jaunty production of 1930s-style comedy based on Molière classic can't overcome Grimm writing
by Paul W. Thompson - Oct 27, 2010
The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. Jeff Award winners, 'Traces,' 'Finishing The Hat,' 'The Rocky Horror Show,' 'The Sound Of Music,' 'It Gets Better,' more....
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2010
The Colony Theatre Company is thrilled to present its third and most magical production of its 36th season, BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE, written by John van Druten and directed by Richard Israel (Merrily We Roll Along), making his Colony Theatre directorial debut.
by Nancy Grossman - Oct 1, 2008
'Moonlight and Magnolias' goes behind closed doors at Selznick International Pictures in 1939 as the highly anticipated epic gets a new screenplay and a new director to meet boffo expectations
by Steve Callahan - Nov 5, 2015
St. Louis' Winter Opera gives a delightful 'Yeomen of the Guard.'
by Andrew White - Nov 22, 2013
We are now well into the second wave of Vaclav Havel productions, where his work is being re-examined from a variety of perspectives-experiments which, in and of themselves, are a testament to his staying power. Ambassador Theater's current production of 'Protest' at the Mead Theater Lab marks the culmination of a year-long celebration here in Washington, D.C. of the playwright-President's legacy. Under the direction of Gail Humphries-Mardirosian audiences can now witness a fascinating re-interpretation of what is perhaps Havel's deepest, most confessional work on life under an oppressive regime.
by James Howard - Nov 12, 2007
WHO: Everyman Theatre WHAT: Much Ado About Nothing WHEN: Through December 16. Weds - Thurs at 7:30 PM; Fri - Sat at 8PM; Sat - Sun at 2PM; Sun at 7PM. HOW MUCH: $24 - $35 INFORMATION: www.everymantheatre.com or 410-752-2208
by James Howard - Nov 10, 2006
WHO: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company WHAT: William Shakespeare's Love's Labor's Lost WHEN: Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM, Sundays at 2PM WHERE: Howard County Center for the Arts in Ellicott City HOW MUCH: $20 General, $18 for Seniors, $15 for children under 18. Anyone under 18 FREE at all Sunday matinees.
by Nancy Grossman - May 15, 2008
Lyric Stage Company closes the season with great comedy, great costumes, and great cast in Oscar Wilde's 'The Importance of Being Earnest'
by Nancy Grossman - May 14, 2013
From stem to stern, the crew of Lyric Stage Company's ON THE TOWN serves up a boatload of thrills. Leonard Bernstein's glorious score, book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and Jerome Robbins' idea fuse into a terrific voyage to end the season. Director Spiro Veloudos, Choreographer Ilyse Robbins, Music Director Jonathan Goldberg, a creative design team, and a shipshape ensemble put on one helluva show.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2014
Mint Theater today announced a special EnrichMINT Event for their acclaimed production, London Wall by John Van Druten: JOHN VAN DRUTEN: A WRITER'S WRITER, FEATURING TREASURES FROM THE JOHN VAN DRUTEN PAPERS, Monday, March 17th at 6pm at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts' Bruno Walter Auditorium, 65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2012
The Gang of Outlaws Tour brings three leaders of their respective genres together for six weeks of performances this May and June. Joining the legendary ZZ Top are 3 Doors Down and, on most of the dates, Gretchen Wilson. The tour will alight at select eastern, southern and mid western venues, kicking off May 25 in Manchester, NH.
by Jeffrey Walker - Jun 14, 2017
A starry night, with a huge moon looking down, is the perfect setting for an evening of songs that have become part of musical theatre history. This is the look and the sound of SOME ENCHANTED EVENING, now running through July 16, 2017, at the Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, just south of DC off of I-95.
by Paul W. Thompson - Jan 31, 2008
The 1969 Broadway musical 1776 a great choice for revival almost anytime, but especially during a hard-fought Presidential primary season like the one facing us now.
by Nancy Grossman - Jan 23, 2008
New Repertory Theatre continues exploring this season's theme of isolation and connection with Molière's The Misanthrope, using Constance Congdon's 19th century French setting
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2011
Theoni V. Aldredge, the costume designer of the original stage version of 'La Cage aux Folles' and 'Annie' on Broadway, died Friday morning in Connecticut, according to the New York Times. She was 88.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2017
Stella Wild, MBA, Rosemary Adams, JD/MBA, Linda Robertson, M.D.,Ph.D., and Beth Ziegler, MBA, have some things in common.
by Nancy Grossman - Jan 12, 2006
Lyric Stage Company production is drop-your-drawers funny!
by BWW News Desk - Dec 27, 2016
Stella Wild, MBA, Rosemary Adams, JD/MBA, Linda Robertson, M.D.,Ph.D., and Beth Ziegler, MBA, have some things in common.
by James Howard - Dec 14, 2006
WHO: CenterStage WHAT: The Boys from Syracuse WHEN: Through January 14th. Tues – Sat at 8PM, Sun at 7:30PM, Sat and Sun at 2PM. HOW MUCH: $10 - $65.
by Nancy Grossman - Apr 5, 2016
Director/choreographer Ilyse Robbins pays homage to Bob Fosse, but puts her artistic stamp on the 1966 Tony Award-winning musical. You will love Vanessa Dunleavy as the hopeful dance-hall hostess looking for love in all the wrong places. Stoneham Theatre veterans and newcomers comprise a stellar ensemble that delivers the songs and dances with panache.
by Larry O'Brien - Apr 19, 2016
CATHOLIC SCHOOL GIRLS by Casey Kurtti, the current offering at 2nd Story Theatre in Warren, follows MASS APPEAL and continues the theater's exploration of the Catholic Church in the second half of the late, lamented Twentieth Century. While MASS APPEAL concentrated on the masculine side of the Church (priests and would-be priests), CATHOLIC SCHOOL GIRLS focuses on the distaff side by following the school lives of four grammar school girls and the nuns who teach them at St. George's School in Yonkers. Four actresses play the girls and each takes a turn playing a different nun. Unlike a show like NUNSENSE, which is played for laughs, Kurtti's play explores both the lighter and darker sides of the girls experience; sometimes it's funny, and sometimes it hurts. You don't have to be Catholic, but it helps.
by TV News Desk - Apr 1, 2019
Stage Door Records is pleased to announce the release of the Alfred Drake retrospective double album 'Lucky To Be Me - A Life In Music' on April 26th 2019,