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The Failures - 1923 - Broadway

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Garrick Theatre

(New York, NY)
67 W. 35th St.
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by Barry Lenny - Sep 29, 2018
The Fantastic Francis Hardy claims to be a faith healer, but he could just be a con artist.
by Julie Musbach - Sep 21, 2018
Theater J announces a production of Anna Ziegler's Actually, a provocative new play that explores the timely subject of sexual consent between young people. This hot-button issue is appearing in the news cycle with extraordinary frequency in stories about people at the highest levels of the political arena and about students on college campuses throughout the nation.  Theater J is producing Actually at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater from October 17 - November 18. 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2017
Richmond, VA-based Americana-folk/roots-rock singer-songwriter Rob Williams is set to release his third album, An Hour Before Daylight, on October 27, 2017. His sound is rough but warm, full of turns and twists through a soundscape of folk, rootsy rock, Americana twang, and Williams's original touches, unbound by genre.
by Nicholas Adler - Oct 19, 2020
An enchanted evening it sure was for those lucky enough to get to see the revival of South Pacific at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. Chocked full of A-List Broadway performers included the talents of Kelli O’Hara, Matthew Morrison, Danny Burstein, Liz McCartney and the golden voiced baritone making his Broadway debut, Paulo Szot.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 15, 2020
Wielding six strings and a pen, prolific rocker Will Hoge’s mission has always been unadulterated and honest; unabashedly sharing his opinion no matter who it pisses off while maintaining respect from his peers.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 12, 2020
Joshua Jackson will replace Jamie Dornan in the title role of the upcoming Peacock series 'Dr. Death.' 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2017
Back from Vancouver and preparing for its departure to Rio de Janeiro with Animal Triste, MAYDAY takes over La Chapelle in December for the anticipated return of WOULD in Montreal.
by Tori Hartshorn - Nov 5, 2018
Los Angeles based indie-rock quartet, Balto, debuts their encouraging “get out and vote” single “Bullshit Dream” today. The song draws inspiration from the current events that are haunting Americans and paints a vivid picture of the failures and disappointments of today's society. With enlightening lyrics accompanied by hearty folk style acoustic guitars, “Bullshit Dream” is lead singer Dan Sheron's dive into topical songwriting.  Sheron revealed in an interview that he formulated the poetic lyrics during a trip to the Washington coastline, “muttering to (himself) while wandering up the beach – the topic is pretty self-evident once the song starts – there's been a lot to notice recently.” Balto will be donating proceeds from the single to The Southern Coalition for Social Justice.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 24, 2017
Back from Vancouver and preparing for its departure to Rio de Janeiro with Animal Triste, MAYDAY takes over La Chapelle in December for the anticipated return of WOULD in Montreal. Created in 2013 on the initiative of the company firstthingsfirst, WOULD, by the committed choreographer M lanie Demers, was presented at Usine C in 2015 before going on tour. Nominated five times for the Dora Mavor Moore Awards, the work received the prize of Outstanding Performance Male for Marc Boivin's striking interpretation and also won the CALQ Prize for Best choreographic work of the 2014-2015 season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2019
The Play Company (PlayCo; Founding Producer Kate Loewald, Managing Director Robert Bradshaw) and Clubbed Thumb present Sarah Einspanier's Lunch Bunch, directed by Tara Ahmadinejad. Lunch Bunch follows seven public defenders who embark on a frenzied quest for the perfect lunch-seeking meaning, belonging, and some semblance of order in daily culinary minutiae amidst the failures and injustices of larger social systems around them.
by Sarah Hookey - May 8, 2019
Co-produced with CounterPulse Theater, Tomorrow We Inherit the Earth: The Queer Intifada, a multimedia performance piece that dives into the junction of horror, speculative fiction and storytelling. Inspired by historical events in the Muslim world and Islamophobia in modern day America and Europe, this collaboratively devised performance merges together fashion, music, video, movement and poetry to reveal a queer and Muslim centered future.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 26, 2021
Axis Theatre Company will return to in-person events with the world premiere of Worlds Fair Inn, an absurdist comedy written and directed by Randy Sharp. Running June 2–19, Worlds Fair Inn takes inspiration from the failures and genius of three men.
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2019
The 8th Summerhall Festival Programme is announced today by the year round Edinburgh arts venue. The programme is full of exciting, invigorating and fresh theatre, music and visual arts. Whilst the venue grows into its reputation for hosting new, avant-garde and personal work, it also begins to create partnerships with artists. The Eclipse Award, Fringe of Colour, Autopsy Award and a series of annual artist in residence positions see Summerhall actively supporting artists making new work and responding to our world.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 14, 2019
Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) announces today the film lineup for its 22nd edition: THE GATHERING. Over the course of the 10-day festival, BFF presents film programs at Wythe Hotel, nearby returning venue Windmill Studios in Greenpoint and five additional screening venues throughout Brooklyn. To open the festival on Friday, May 31st will be the World Premiere of Claudia Myer's Above the Shadows starring Olivia Thirlby, Alan Ritchson, Jim Gaffigan and Megan Fox.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 26, 2020
Montreal-based indie trio Braids have announced their decision to push the release of their new album Shadow Offering to June 19th due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, however, they will continue to release new songs in the coming weeks. Today, they shared their new video for single 'Snow Angel,' a powerful opus that features singer Raphaelle Standell-Preston's most visceral performance to date as she leans passionately into her anger, diving deeper into frustrations and anxieties about her internal and external worlds.
by Olga El - Mar 21, 2018
Belly dance's roots in Eastern cultures, North African cultures in particular, is undeniable. Black and Brown dancers fill the scenes of ancient Egyptian wall paintings and of dance history gems such as Dr. Magda Saleh's 1975 documentary “Egypt Dances.” So why is it so hard to find Black and Brown dancers making a name and a living for themselves in the modern belly dance scene?
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 2, 2020
Deadline reports that Grace Gummer and Molly Griggs will star on Peacock's upcoming limited series 'Dr. Death.'
by Stage Tube - Mar 19, 2019
The toys hit the road in “Toy Story 4” alongside friends—new and old—foes and, of course, Forky. Filmmakers welcomed Christina Hendricks, Keanu Reeves and Ally Maki to the toy box today, revealing the three new characters they help bring to life.
by Robert Diamond - Mar 15, 2018
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 13, 2020
Whether you like tales of social justice, natural history, close-ups of heroes who were ahead of their time, true crime, or something that's #strangerthanfiction - our upcoming slate will give our members amazing stories they can't find anywhere else. Over 147 million households have chosen to watch at least one documentary on Netflix in the last year, and we're expecting our coming lineup to give members more to talk about with their friends.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 7, 2021
Following the cancellation of last year’s performances, Flyaway Productions has rescheduled the world premiere of MEET US QUICKLY WITH YOUR MERCY to this fall.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 10, 2020
Flyaway Productions has announced the world premiere of MEET US QUICKLY WITH YOUR MERCY, the second in a trilogy of outdoor aerial public art performances addressing the devastating effects of mass incarceration. Meet Us Quickly is presented in partnership with the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) and through CounterPulse's curated co-production program.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 16, 2020
The highly anticipated Immersive van Gogh digital art exhibition made its world premiere in Toronto on July 1, that includes a novel drive-in concept (the first of its kind in the world) inviting audiences - whether on foot or by car - to experience the works of Vincent van Gogh like never before.
by Herbert Paine - Jan 8, 2021
FATAL DISTRACTION, Susan Morgan Cooper’s gripping documentary on a national crisis ~ hot car deaths ~ that begs for resolution.
by Jade Kops - Jan 31, 2019
In a World Premiere at Ensemble Theatre, David Williamson's latest play THE BIG TIME lifts the lid on the performing arts world whilst also considering human behavior. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 30, 2020
Montreal-based indie art rock band Braids announced today their new album Shadow Offering will release on April 24th via Secret City Records. Produced by Chris Walla of Death Cab For Cutie, the new album finds the band at their most personal, unabashedly flexing a new sense of confidence through songs that reach a higher level of artistry and collaboration. Today they shared their lead single and video 'Young Buck,' an effervescent ode to impossible love that exudes an undeniable magnetism.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 29, 2019
ABC News' “Nightline” averaged 1.233 million Total Viewers, 427,000 Adults 25-54 and 314,000 Adults 18-49 during the week of Jan. 21, 2019, based on Live + Same Day Data from Nielsen Media Research. “Nightline” led NBC's “Late Night with Seth Meyers” (1.216 million) by 17,000 Total Viewers. In addition, “Nightline” outperformed CBS' “The Late Late Show with James Corden” (376,000 and 276,000, respectively) in Adults 25-54 (+51,000) and Adults 18-49 (+38,000).
by Don Grigware - Jan 29, 2018
The Chinese Wall/by Max Frisch/translated by James L. Rosenberg/Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre, NoHo/directed by Larry Eisenberg/through March 11 Suffice to say, The Chinese Wall by Max Frisch, written in 1946, after Hitler and World War II, is a cluttered play about facism and those who revolt against it. Its message is repetitious, and the play goes on much too long, but Group Rep's vibrantly colorful production boasts a wonderful cast of 20 actors under the superb direction of Larry Eisenberg through March 11.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2019
Outer Gaea Company makes its US debut with a visually provocative production of Anne-Sophie Marie's new play, 'The Ballerina', directed by James Scotland. Runs January 24th - 27th, 2019.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 17, 2020
Deadline reports that Jamie Dornan, Alec Baldwin, and Christian Slater will star on 'Dr. Death,' a Peacock series from director Stephen Frears.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 15, 2020
Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) today announced its 2019 funding recipients.  A record fifteen new projects received funding including four funded through the Current Issues Fund, made possible by a generous grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2019
Exquisitely told in a stunning blend of documentary theatre, striking visual projections and choreography, Grace is a searing piece that ignites a discussion on the failures and limitations of the legal system. "There was no justice, there was just a legal outcome." In the wake of a young woman's disclosure of childhood sexual assault, a family presses charges. A true story about survival, hope, and the pursuit of justice at a time when provability still usurps truth in our courtrooms.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 8, 2021
DEAR opens on February 14th, 2021 starring Chrysi Sylaidi and Madeline Conway.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 6, 2020
The Play Company (PlayCo; Founding Producer Kate Loewald, Managing Director Robert Bradshaw) announced the cast and creative team for Sarah Einspanier's Lunch Bunch, directed by Tara Ahmadinejad.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 25, 2020
Vince Ebert, who is starring in the show: SEXY SCIENCE: SERIOUS HUMOR and Matt Ratner, the director of the new Billy Crystal movie, STANDING UP, FALLING DOWN are Tom Needham's exclusive guests this Thursday at 6 pm on WUSB's SOUNDS OF FILM.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 23, 2020
Matt Ratner, the director of the new Billy Crystal movie, STANDING UP, FALLING DOWN, and Vince Ebert, who is starring in the show: SEXY SCIENCE: SERIOUS HUMOR at the SoHo Playhouse are Tom Needham's exclusive guests this Thursday at 6 pm on WUSB's SOUNDS OF FILM.
by Robert Diamond - Feb 19, 2019
Dr. Natacha D. Nelson D.C, M.A., marks her publishing debut with the release of 'Finding Courage to Let You Out: Living Our Human NESS with Our Human MESS' (published by Balboa Press). Inspired by her personal story, the self-help book teaches readers to let go of the shame, guilt and humiliation of their past to be free to live a better life.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 18, 2020
Montreal-based indie art rock band Braids have announced US tour dates this spring in support of their forthcoming new album. The dates kick off on June 3rd and will include stops in Los Angeles, NYC, Austin, Philadelphia, Chicago, Seattle, and more. Tickets go on sale Thursday at 12pm EST. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.braidsmusic.com/tour.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 11, 2020
Between The Bars , a new play by Lynn Clay Byrne , directed by Benjamin Viertel , will begin performances on March 23 in advance of its opening night on March 31 and will initially run through April 25 at HERE Arts Center (145 Sixth Avenue). Tickets are $44.50 - $59.50 and can be purchased by visiting www.BetweentheBarsPlay.com.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 6, 2018
Outer Gaea Company makes its US debut with a visually provocative production of Anne-Sophie Marie's new play, 'The Ballerina', directed by James Scotland. Runs January 24th - 27th, 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 27, 2018
Outer Gaea Company makes its US debut with a visually provocative production of Anne-Sophie Marie's new play, 'The Ballerina', directed by James Scotland. Runs January 24th - 27th, 2019.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 20, 2018
Exquisitely told in a stunning blend of documentary theatre, striking visual projections and choreography, Grace is a searing piece that ignites a discussion on the failures and limitations of the legal system. "There was no justice, there was just a legal outcome." In the wake of a young woman's disclosure of childhood sexual assault, a family presses charges. A true story about survival, hope, and the pursuit of justice at a time when provability still usurps truth in our courtrooms.
by Abigail Charpentier - Aug 27, 2019
Brooklyn-based antipop singer/songwriter ESS SEE makes her first full-length debut with excitingly earnest and artful pop in Waiting For The Sky To Fall, out today on all platforms. Written during times of transformation and restlessness for ESS SEE (aka Sarah Cobb), the album is a study on the universally-recognized struggle to find one's place in the world and the longing and excitement that comes along with it. As Cobb states, “I've never been a particularly patient person, and the majority of these songs came about in intense seasons of restlessness, frustration, and anticipation… The anxiety of the unknown. How to find my place in the world as a woman.” Catch ESS SEE at her album release show on August 27th at Bowery Electric.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 19, 2020
This Saturday, August 22, Obie Award-winning theatre artist and activist Stevie Walker-Webb (Director of Ain't No Mo' at The Public) will stage HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS, a 24-hour public demonstration, relegating himself to a 6i??9 foot space on the grounds of the McLennan County (Highway 6) Jail in Waco, Texas, to mark the 122nd day that his brother, Steven Waday Walker-Webb, has spent in solitary confinement.
by Christopher Castanho - Aug 19, 2018
Me+You Productions is gearing up for their Los Angeles production of the Tony-Award winning musical Spring Awakening. The show will begin its three-week run at The Lounge Theatre in West Hollywood, California, opening on August 24th and closing September 9th. 100% of ticket proceeds from this production will benefit Everytown for Gun Safety, an American nonprofit organization whose aim is to reduce gun deaths in the wake of increased mass shootings.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 30, 2020
Montreal-based indie trio Braids will release their new album Shadow Offering on June 19th via Secret City Records.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 19, 2018
In words and music, Magic Times will celebrate the contributions of Caffe Cino to theater and to gay rights with a special event at the legendary, Cornelia Street Cafe, which sits next door to where Caffe Cino once resided, on Sunday, April 22, 2018.  
by Sean Fallon - Apr 14, 2018
An amazing cast under wonderful direction delivers a first rate performance of an emotionally intense drama about a dysfunctional family.