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by Stephi Wild - May 9, 2022
Time stops, daffodils bloom and adventure thrives for three weeks in May in The Firehouse Theatre's Big Fish: Small Cast. Inspired by the award-winning movie, this romantic family-forward musical is filled with high-energy choreography and unforgettable songs like “Be the Hero,” “Fight the Dragons,” and “I Don't Need a Roof.”
by Marissa Tomeo - May 7, 2022
The Contemporary Youth Orchestra is set to present Rock Your Potential: Drops of Color, featuring the music of Luca Mundaca and Antônio Jobim. The concert is set for Saturday, June 4th at 7pm at the Cuyahoga Community College's Metropolitan Campus Auditorium. The concert is a celebration of Brazilian music with Cleveland-based singer/songwriter, Luca Mundaca, who rocks the orchestra. 
by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2022
To breed or not to breed: that is the question Joyful Raven wrestles with in her new solo show. Blending standup and storytelling, Raven recounts her difficult reproductive “choices” and contends with her primal baby making instincts. Should she surrender to the role of weird aunty OR start a GoFundMe to freeze her geriatric eggs?
by Jim Munson - May 6, 2022
BroadwayWorld reviews 42nd Street Moon's gloriously heart-rending and humorous new production of the Tony-winning musical 'Fun Home' running live in San Francisco through May 8th only.
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2022
Legendary Broadway performer and Tony, Academy, and Golden Globe Award winner Joel Grey (Cabaret, Wicked, Anything Goes) will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2022 Chita Rivera Awards.
by Bruce Apar - May 4, 2022
Apart from the infectious, wall-to-wall music, which is rousingly played live on stage by all the actors, what makes Million Dollar Quartet a crowd-pleaser is the interpersonal dramas driven by the egos of four pop music pioneers. 
by Sonja Niles - May 3, 2022
THE GIVER a play adapted by Eric Coble from the 1994 Newberry Award Winning novel by Lois Lowry.
by Michael Major - May 20, 2022
Featuring never-before-seen or heard archival footage and music, the film will offer an intimate and exhilarating look inside the mind of an elemental force of contemporary music and tell the incredible story of Santana’s life – from a fourteen-year-old street musician to a ten-time Grammy-winning and three-time Latin Grammy-winning global sensation. 
by Stephi Wild - May 20, 2022
The Orchard Project (www.orchardproject.com) today announced its 2022 Lab programs as well as the names of participating artists and companies. The OP selected 38 projects or artistic teams from a competitive group of 1,417 applicants to participate in this year's programs.
by Alexander Cohen - May 20, 2022
Gandhi's assassin tells his story across the backdrop of India's struggle for independence.
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2022
The audience magnet RAIN MAN was sold out for the last ticket when it was played in 2013 and now, as then, Robert Gustafsson and Jonas Karlsson enchant the audience as the Babbitt brothers in this heartwarming story. 
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2022
Complete casting has been announced for A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical,  as rehearsals begin today in New York ahead of the musical's world premiere, pre-Broadway engagement this summer at Boston's Emerson Colonial Theatre.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 2, 2022
From June 2 to 19, Theater for the New City will present the world premiere of 'A Healthy House' by Tom Diriwachter, directed by Jonathan Weber.  It's a wickedly funny play about a Staten Island family trying to preserve its run-down house and its memories without getting too scammed by the contractor. 
by Stephi Wild - May 19, 2022
By means of depicting his encounters with his wife, father, friends and passers-by, the author paints a plastic picture of the mental landscape of a man who bears a host of autobiographical traits, yet may be identified with by everyone who is or plans to be a father.
by Stephi Wild - May 17, 2022
Theater Works’ Mainstage production, Children of Eden,” based on the first 9 1/2 chapters of The Book of Genesis, explores the generational conflict of parents and children through joyous and inspirational music about parents, children, faith and unresolved family business, June 10-26 in the Gyder Theater at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts, 10580 N. 83rd Drive.
by Angela Kabasan - May 15, 2022
Ronin Theatre company to present The Playboy of the Western World May 12-29 at the Irish Cultural Center.
by Stephen Mosher - May 14, 2022
As a part of her legacy series honoring great women in music, Ann Hampton Callaway focuses on Peggy Lee.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2022
American Blues Theater has announced the cast of August Wilson’s Fences, directed by Monty Cole. The intimate and up-close production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama will play to a capacity of 60 people per performance from July 1-August 6, 2022, at Theater Wit,1229 W. Belmont Ave. 
by Michael Major - May 11, 2022
Sarah Paulson, Uzo Aduba, Anthony Mackie, Martin Freeman, Nick Robinson, and Hillary Baack will star in a new film adaption of Bruce Norris' Claybourne Park. Tony-nominee Pam MacKinnon is also set to direct the new film. The play premiered on Broadway in 2012, winning the Tony Award for Best Play.
by Gary Naylor - May 10, 2022
Dexter Flanders' new play is a powerful statement from a community whose stories are too often marginalised by contemporary theatre
by Drew Eberhard - Apr 9, 2022
Little Shop of Horrors is a horror comedy rock musical with somewhat of a cult following much like Hedwig & the Angry Inch, and Rocky Horror Show. Featuring music by Alan Menken and a book by Howard Ashman, the musical premiered off-off-Broadway in 1982, then moved off-Broadway to the Orpheum and enjoyed a five-year run. The musical is loosely based on the 1960s film. There are many known differences between the film and the musical which change the story. The musical does well at keeping up the darkly comic tone of the film but omits several different plot points. Skid Row is an area of Los Angeles officially known as Central City East, and the musical’s setting is set in Skid Row New York. Seymour’s mother is omitted from the musical and he is left an orphan under the care of Mushnik the flower shop owner. Orin Scrivello the sadistic dentist and overall villain of the story meets his maker so to speak at the hands of his own laughing gas, as opposed to being killed by dentist instruments like in the film. Orin’s abusive relationship with Audrey is used as a platform for Seymour’s need to kill him and to ultimately use the plant as means of disappearance.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 7, 2022
And... Out of the Blue – A Miraculous Musical. to be presented at Hollywood Fringe Festival. Featuring book, music and lyrics by Eli Hans. Directed by Meredith Grundei. Produced by Out of the Blue Productions. Starring Eli Hans with Joseph Bennett.
by Brett Cullum - Apr 6, 2022
Catastrophic Theatre’s THE BOOK OF GRACE makes good on the company’s promise of “we will destroy you” in the best way possible. The production is a well-honed punch to the gut that will leave you reeling and provoked.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 5, 2022
Picasso at the Lapin Agile was written by actor, comedian, and frequent host of Saturday Night Live, Steve Martin. The play won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off Broadway Play in 1996 and has been performed by theatres across the country.  
by Ella Outlaw - Apr 4, 2022
Imagine, if you will, a small theatre tucked away in midtown Atlanta. Affordable valet parking attendants cheerfully whisk your car away as you climb stone steps up to a lively and stylish dining area. You enter through doors and metal grates to see a parade of pride flags swinging proudly up and down a long hallway. Welcome to Out Front Theatre. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 4, 2022
Theatre Communications Group has announced the recipients of the second round of the 2021-22 Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards. The awards, totaling $731,000, allow 16 productions extra time for the development and rehearsal of new plays with the entire creative team, hoping to extend the life of the world premiere play after its first run.
by Paul Batterson - Apr 4, 2022
CATCO's presentation of the musical HEAD OVER HEELS may be the ultimate May-December romance with an age gap of nearly 400 years. The production takes Arcadia, a 16th century play written by Sir Phillip Sidney and remixes it with the music of the Go Gos, a 1980s all-girl quintet. The musical, which debuted at the Oregon Shakespearean Festival in 2015, then throws a spotlight on transgender relationships and current sexual politics.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022
Singer and fingerstyle guitarist Adam Weinberg -- who's most notably known on the live music circuit as Matisyahu's guitarist on his worldwide acoustic duo tours for over five years -- releases on Friday, April 29 a new single 'Drifting Through' featured on his latest album, Laugh, Cry, Grief, Hope (Release Date: May 13, 2022).
by Stephi Wild - Apr 28, 2022
Donmar Warehouse Artistic Director Michael Longhurst and Executive Director Henny Finch today announce the full cast for the UK première of Lucas Hnath's A Doll's House, Part 2. Joining Noma Dumezweni as Nora are Patricia Allison (Emmy), Brían F. O'Byrne (Torvald), and June Watson (Anne Marie). James Macdonald's production, in a reconfigured Donmar in the round, opens on 16 June, with previews from 10 June, and runs until 6 August.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 26, 2022
Tickets are on sale for the Stephen Sondheim musical revue, Sondheim by Sondheim, presented by Ophelia's Jump celebrating the art and life of the Father of the Modern American Musical.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 25, 2022
Back by popular demand! Million Dollar Quartet is the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical inspired by the true story of the famed recording session where Sam Phillips, the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll” brought together the icons of Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Elvis Presley for one unforgettable night. This absolute blast of a show features over 20 Rock ‘n’ roll hits including: ‘Blue Suede Shoes,’ ‘Folsom Prison Blues,’ ‘Down By the Riverside,’ ‘Great Balls of Fire,’ and many more. 
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 25, 2022
The Bard Music Festival returns for its 32nd season this August, with an intensive two-week exploration of “Rachmaninoff and His World.” In twelve themed concert programs, Bard examines Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943), perhaps the last great exponent of Russian Romanticism, who nevertheless embodied many contradictions.
by Review Roundups - Apr 25, 2022
Lincoln Center Theater's production of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic The Skin of Our Teeth, opens tonight at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Apr 25, 2022
To put the biggest problem in contemporary terms, terms which doubtless occurred to many members of the audience besides just me: Is this a play about Zelensky or is it a play about Putin? You can characterize it as the story of a small army’s gallant victory against a much larger and better-equipped force, or you can talk about it as the story of an unprovoked invasion of a sovereign foreign land in service of an improbable abstract notion of the invading country’s imperial rights.
by Nicole Rosky - Apr 24, 2022
At the opening night performance of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast on April 23, Artistic Director Joseph C. Walsh announced Garden Theatre’s upcoming 15th season. Current subscribers may renew their subscriptions immediately. New subscriptions begin at $96 and go on sale May 24. All single tickets go on sale July 6.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 21, 2022
Bravo Academy's Advanced Teen Troupe presents The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical (Concord Theatricals).
by Emily Short - Apr 21, 2022
Dallas Theater Center brings the well-known, beloved story of The Sound of Music to Wyly Theatre for a short while longer. Don't miss out on the songs you know and love, performed by this skilled, multicultural cast. March 26-April 24.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 21, 2022
The 35th ISRAEL FILM FESTIVAL in Los Angeles, the largest showcase of Israeli cinema and television in North America, unspools this year both in theaters and virtually from May 5th – 26th. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 18, 2022
Irvine Barclay Theatre, known for its intimate setting providing unique experiences and personal interactions with top performers, has announced its 2022-23 season. One of the most popular performing arts venues in Orange County, Irvine Barclay Theatre will again feature renowned artists in its broadest range of genres ever.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 16, 2022
Two Korean-Americans fuse their individual musical styles on “15” — the pop-infused single from Tommy Marz featuring sweltering guitar work from Jeff Schroeder of The Smashing Pumpkins — and production from Electropoint. Stream / download the track here. 
by Ariana Straznicky-Packer - Apr 15, 2022
Lost in Yonkers Finds Standing Ovation at Hartford Stage Opening Night Hartford Stage presents Neil Simon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Lost in Yonkers, featuring four-time Academy Award-nominated, two-time Golden Globe Award winner, Emmy Award-nominated actor and director Marsha Mason (co-director and performing as Grandma Kurnitz), running April 7 - May 1, 2022.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 15, 2022
PrideArts Artistic Director Jay Espano (he/him/his) today announced a series of four Monday night cabaret performances by Chicago area musical theater and cabaret artists at the Pride Arts Center, 4139 N. Broadway.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 14, 2022
Timothy Michael Powell from Atlanta, Georgia, has been appointed MidAmerica Productions' (MAP) new Director of Special Projects and Conductor.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 13, 2022
Portland Center Stage’s 2022-2023 season kicks off in August with Jonathan Larson’s rock musical tick, tick … BOOM! The nine-show lineup includes the Portland debuts of new works by PCS-commissioned playwright Christina Anderson; performance artist Kristina Wong; master of classic adaptations Kate Hamill; and Mohegan theater-maker Madeline Sayet.
by Michael Major - Apr 13, 2022
Disney+ announced today that Bel Powley ('The Morning Show') as lead, Liev Schreiber ('Ray Donovan') and Joe Cole ('Peaky Blinders') will star in the fact-based, scripted series from National Geographic 'A Small Light.' The series will focus on the real-life story of Miep Gies, who played a critical role in hiding Anne Frank and her family.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 11, 2022
Artisan Center Theater announces auditions for Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 11, 2022
FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, will present “Where Was I? Daniel Maté in Concert, with Special Guests” on Tuesday May 3rd at 9:30pm.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 11, 2022
The Education Department of the Warner Theatre is thrilled to announce the students of the Young Actors Series program will present FOOTLOOSE the Musical in the Nancy Marine Studio Theatre June 11-12, 2022! 
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 1, 2022
Actor, singer and television personality Danielle de Niese will star as ‘Elle’ in a new film of LA VOIX HUMAINE, Jean Cocteau’s one-woman drama set to music by Francis Poulenc, shot on location in London and Paris. Directed by James Kent (Aftermath, Testament of Youth), with Cinematography from Laurie Rose (High Rise, Rebecca) and designed by Peter Francis (The Father, The Children Act) the film will have its UK premiere on BBC Two in the spring.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 1, 2022
Previews begin tonight, April 1, for Lincoln Center Theater's production of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic The Skin of Our Teeth. The production opens on Monday, April 25 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. Meet the cast here!