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Booth Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
222 West 45th St.
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by Caroline Cronin - Sep 6, 2019
Caissie Levy was last seen in London in 2012 when she originated the role of Molly in the West End production of Ghost at the Piccadilly Theatre, and went on to perform a two-night residency at the Hippodrome in 2013. She's since originated the role of Elsa in the Broadway production of Frozen. On 15 September, she is back in the UK for one night only, performing at Cadogan Hall as part of Club 11 London's mission to bring Broadway to our capital.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 3, 2019
The popular duo KT Sullivan and Jeff Harnar bring a new night of music and a new tribute to Broadway composers to The Laurie Beechman Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2019
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, will offer an Intro to Improv workshop, and both Level 1 and Level 2 Improv Classes for adults and teens beginning this fall. 
by Herbert Paine - Sep 16, 2018
Bruce Graham pulls no punches in WHITE GUY ON THE BUS, his stinging broadside at the underbelly (the hypocrisies and contradictions) of racism that contaminates the American soul. The power of his punch is sustained in iTheatre Collaborative's riveting production of WHITE GUY ON THE BUS, superbly directed by the company's artistic director, Christopher Haines and featuring a first-rate cast and a riveting performance by Matthew Cary. Running through September 22nd in the Kax Theatre at Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2018
Craft Recordings is proud to announce the release of The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions 5-LP and 5-CD box sets on November 9, 2018. Compiled here in their entirety and original format for the first time, the five volumes of Panart's Cuban Jam Session albums were recorded over a span of almost a decade, from 1956-1964. Together these albums encapsulate a stylistic and historic panorama of Cuban music, from big band son montuno to Afro-Cuban rumba, mambo, cha-cha-chá and country acoustic guajira music. At the same time, they attest to Cuba's long relationship with popular American music and jazz.
by Brett Cullum - Sep 13, 2019
Director Julie Kramer and choreographer Jessica Hartman have stayed true to the 1975 vision, but also managed to make it more energetic and faster paced. The dancers often seem to defy gravity and levitate during numbers, and it's all gorgeously staged and executed.
by Fiona Scott - Sep 11, 2019
Australian actor Josh Piterman has recently taken over the leading role in the West End production of The Phantom of the Opera, celebrating its 33rd year at Her Majesty's Theatre. He spoke to BroadwayWorld about playing the 'Angel of Music'.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2019
DREAMCATCHER REPERTORY THEATRE, professional Theatre in Residence at Oakes Center in Summit, serves up an evening of improv comedy featuring its house team, THE FLIP SIDE, on October 26.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
DREAMCATCHER REPERTORY THEATRE will take its improv team,The Flip Side, on the road to the Madison Community Arts Center on November 9. THE FLIP SIDE features Clark Carmichael, Laura Ekstrand, Noreen Farley, Lulu French, Julian Blake Gordon, Dave Maulbeck, Scott McGowan, David Lee White and Emily Williams. This unpredictable evening is an affordable, enjoyable evening that is packed with laughs from start to finish.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2018
Skylight Theatre Company and Frier McCollister present Sandra Tsing Loh's  "Sugar Plum Fairy" Directed by Bart De Lorenzo  Opening at 8:30pm on Saturday, December 1st with reception to follow 8:30pm Fridays and Saturdays, 3:00pm Saturdays and Sundays through December 23, 2018 Skylight Theatre, 1816 ½ North Vermont, Los Angeles, CA 90027
by Alan Henry - Oct 30, 2019
This week we're spotlighting Nadia DiGiallonardo is currently the music director for the Broadway production of Waitress at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, where she can be found playing and conducting Sara Bareilles' score most nights. She is also the music supervisor for the national tour and international companies of Waitress.
by TV News Desk - Oct 30, 2018
The new feature film 'Mosul,' written and directed by Matthew Michael Carnahan, is now in post-production in Los Angeles.  Shot in secret this past spring on location in Morocco, “Mosul,” explores the true story of an elite police unit made up almost entirely of native sons of Mosul who fought to liberate the city from six thousand ISIS militants. “Mosul” is based on an extraordinary feat of journalism by Luke Mogelson in The New Yorker in which he embedded with the unit for two months and documented the SWAT team's desperate fight, block by block, to destroy ISIS.  Joe and Anthony Russo's AGBO and Condé Nast Entertainment shot the film in Marrakech, Morocco and have been editing in Los Angeles at AGBO.  The film delivers scope, action and quality on par with the best of Hollywood.  Shot by Academy Award-winning cinematographer Mauro Fiore, “Mosul” is beautiful, epic and impossibly tense.
by TV News Desk - Oct 25, 2019
For the first time in seven years, Neil Young has reunited with his most beloved and enduring band Crazy Horse and are proud to announce their new album COLORADO today via Reprise Records. This is the first new music since 2012's critically acclaimed PSYCHEDELIC PILL and is arguably their most important and timely body of work to date. Young, along with Ralph Molina (drums, vocals), Billy Talbot (bass, vocals) and Nils Lofgren (guitars, vocals, pump organ), recorded 11 tracks mostly live in the studio in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The end results are sonically stunning and as real as it gets; the listener will feel what it's like to be on the studio floor with the band during the actual recording. As for the songs themselves, this is pure Neil at his finest and as stylistically diverse as one might expect once The Horse is out of the barn. Some of the songs have already been performed live during Young's recent live shows and have already become fan favorites. From the classic, familiar feel of “She Showed Me Love,” to the gentle piano balladry of “Green Is Blue” with its lyrical images that recall disturbing images of extreme climate change. “Shut It Down,” the album's next radio track, rocks hard and offers a reset solution to our country's current state of affairs. “Milky Way,” originally shared with the world weeks ago will also strike a familiar chord. The anthemic and inspiring “Rainbow Of Colors” reminds us that “there's a rainbow of colors in the old USA, no one's gonna white wash those colors away.”
by Lindsay Kruger - Oct 16, 2018
Since its 2017 debut at the KNKK festival, DIE REUK VAN APPELS returns to the Fugard with almost 20 awards and nominations under its belt. Hailed as a 'must-see' piece of theater, leading man Gideon Lombard chats about the play's great success and his journey with this critically-acclaimed production.
by TV News Desk - Oct 15, 2019
Released today via Fat Possum, “Delta 88 Nightmare,” newly recorded music from the iconic punk rock band, X, along with the video directed by Henry Mortensen, premiering today on Rolling Stone.
by Seth Tucker - Oct 14, 2019
FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE PARODY MUSICAL Slays at All Puppet Players. Guttural, laugh out loud, wipe the tears away kind of funny with jokes as fast, furious, and perfectly obnoxious as a jackhammer. Warning: Explicit Language.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2018
New musical 'LOOKING FOR GATSBY' presents a fresh take on the classic, delving into scenes that Fitzgerald never revealed.
by Zoe Burke - Nov 30, 2018
Oscar Wilde's 1895 satire, The Importance of Being Earnest, is arguably his most popular, and almost definitely his most widely performed, work. Director Barbara Hatch's director's note references the daunting nature of taking on the challenge of producing such a beloved and well known work; it is my opinion that, with few minor issues, Ms. Hatch and her cast more than did the piece justice.
by Rachael Goldberg - Nov 3, 2019
Theory is an interesting show with a strong cast and solid technical elements. It raises some valid questions about living our ideals and the limitations we set (or don't) on ourselves and others in public, but it never quite figures out how to go beyond that. Still, it opens conversations about these issues, and pushes audiences to reconsider their own perspectives, and there's certainly value in that.
by TV News Desk - Nov 27, 2019
Black Friday just got a whole lot better!  X will be releasing newly recorded music - a 7” featuring “Delta 88 Nightmare” and “Cyrano de Berger's Back” will be released on November 29, 2019 via Fat Possum.  
by Student Blogger: Olivia Tewksbury - Nov 22, 2019
Life after graduation can be daunting! You may be wondering where the best place is for you to locate yourself as an actor. You might be interested in pursuing something specific (Ex: Shakespeare companies or Improv) or you might be looking to go straight for a busy city like Los Angeles or New York. But sometimes your work may take you to a location that may not be super theatre oriented. Here are some tips for making the most out of any city/state you're in!
by Jenny Minich - Nov 13, 2018
In This Hope takes risks, and it is beautiful to watch a performance that is unique to you and your fellow audience members take shape in real time.
by Joe Lombardi - Nov 10, 2019
Truman Capote interviewed Marlon Brando in 1957.  The legendary actor was in Japan filming Sayonara.  Hilariously, we overhear one of the movie's sales pitches.  They are using 'real Japanese actors.'  This conversation is one level of the multi-media piece BrandoCapote.  On the flip side, this dance play is a commentary on men and toxic masculinity.
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - May 30, 2019
'I love the way Snow White is a strong female character in this version. She doesn't go away with the Prince in the end, and she doesn't feel she owes him anything just because he rescued her. She is written to be a self-aware and smart character,' says Ayanna Stover, who plays the princess in MSMT's Theatre for Young Audiences musical SNOW WHITE.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2019
Theater for the New City and Executive Artistic Director Crystal Field will present a reading of Pie Lessons by Carrie Robbins, on Monday, March 11, 2019, 7:00 PM in the Community Space Theater at Theater for the New City. Pie Lessons will be presented as part of TNC's Scratch Night performance program, which offers the opportunity for artists to present work in progress to an audience for one night. HOMEMADE PIE WILL BE SERVED TO ALL COMERS!
by Amanda Prahl - Mar 29, 2019
With his new album Coming Home to You, Michael Ball expands his reach with a sound that's part country, part easy listening pop. It's an admirable effort, but one that sometimes falls flat.
by Review Roundups - Jun 4, 2019
Dying City explores the human fallout of global events, including the Iraq War and the terrorist attacks of 9/11, through the interwoven stories of three unforgettable characters in this 2008 Pulitzer finalist. Let's see what the critics had to say.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2019
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, in residence at Oakes Center at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit, is announcing its 25th Anniversary season, whose theme is: "Life is too important to be taken seriously." This professional company will present three productions, including two world premieres and one New Jersey premiere, in addition to improvisational comedy, cabaret, new play readings, a holiday variety show and many programs for seniors and students. As always, the Dreamcatcher Resident Acting Company and their guests will tell stories that reflect our shared experience of being human with heart and humor.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 10, 2019
Take a peek at some of the fiercest lewks from Broadway's biggest night!
by Neil Shurley - Jul 8, 2019
Including a substantive review from my fourteen year old daughter.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2019
On behalf of the Gisela Johnson and the Johnson family, we are informing you that Emmy winning comedic actor, Arte Johnson has passed at 1:45am, July 3rd, 2019.  There are no services planned.  His ashes will be taken to his home away from home in HI, were a private ceremony will be held.
by Taylor Clemons - Jul 12, 2019
Colton Ryan and Evy Ortiz in West Side Story. Photo courtesy of The Lexington Theatre Company.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2019
Award-winning UK actors, Neil Salvage and Nicholas Collett ('The Six-Sided Man', 'Spitfire Solo' and 'Your Bard') team up with Adelaide's Stefanie Rossi for Australian premiere.
by Paul Bolton - Jan 19, 2019
Metropolitan Theatre Ensemble at the Warwick Theater in Kansas City presents Anton Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard' directed by Todd Lanker January 17-27, 2019. The MET's production bounds with energetic performances as it explores an emotionally rugged terrain in this classic play. Director Todd Lanker's staging keeps the whirl and swirl of events moving at rapid-fire place as the cast wields Chekhov's script like well sharpened knife.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2020
The nonprofit Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) brings scripted comedy to Maryland audiences with The Greatest Sketch Show in America for one-night only.
by Michael Quintos - Jan 10, 2019
A powerful, emotionally-riveting, dynamically-staged original stage musical, DEAR EVAN HANSEN is a truly incredible, phenomenal show that I happily admit-in just a few years of its existence-has quickly become one of my favorite Broadway musicals of all time. Not only does it feature gorgeous, memorable songs from Oscar winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, it also has a simple but notably layered and impactful book by Steven Levenson that encourages deeper, meaningful discourse long after the end of the show. Even more remarkable is that the show presents a troubled but empathetic title character that demands so much from the extraordinary Ben Levi Ross-the actor tasked to bring him to life-that you are left in awe at his performance's sheer tenacity and brilliance. Thankfully, it has finally arrived at Orange County's Segerstrom Center for the Arts, where the Tony Award-winning musical's first national tour continues its much-too-brief two-week engagement through January 13, 2019 in Costa Mesa.
by Barb Burke - Feb 7, 2019
TrinityRep's Macbeth is full of surprises
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2019
Today, Third Man Records is thrilled to give a vinyl release to legendary Detroit punk rockers Algebra Mothers' defining single, 'Strawberry Cheesecake' b/w 'Modern Noise.' A run of pink vinyl (limited to 200 copies) is now available in the purple and green sleeves pictured above, while the standard black version can be purchased in the gray sleeve. The limited pink vinyl version can be purchased at Third Man's Nashville and Detroit storefronts, while the black vinyl version can be purchased HERE. The purple sleeves will only be available for purchase in at the Detroit store, while the green sleeves will only be available in the Nashville store.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2019
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, will offer Improv Classes for adults and teens at the Beginner and Intermediate levels this winter. Dreamcatcher revised our class levels recently to reflect the growth and diversity of our students. Those who want to continue their improv education have the opportunity to study further in the program by returning to the correct level. This way students can more deeply explore skills and gain experience in techniques that are only introduced in one session.
by Peter Nason - Dec 21, 2019
25 Shows & Performances in the Tampa Bay Area That Rocked Our World from 2010 to 2019!
by Rakaputra Paputungan - Dec 21, 2019
After the artful, intimate INTO THE WOODS last year, TEMAN (Teater Musikal Nusantara) is back with the bombastic and bodacious HAIRSPRAY. Directed by Broadway's Brandon Bieber, the glam production was worthy of Broadway barring noticeable technical issues.
by Mark C. Lloyd - Dec 19, 2018
BWW Interview: THE BETSY CARMICHAEL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
by Krista Garver - Dec 13, 2018
This production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL is absolutely delightful. And somehow, it manages to still be surprising. If you're the type who's skeptical about holiday shows in general, do yourself a favor and give this one a chance.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2019
DEAR EVAN HANSEN on tour launched last year in Denver and is currently on tour across America! What are critics saying about the show in different cities across the country? Check out all the reviews for the hit musical below from tour stops in Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Boston, Washington, DC and more!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 6, 2019
Award-winning director and choreographer Jonathan Cerullo (The Boys from Syracuse, Big Apple Circus), has been named an Artistic Associate at Amas Musical Theatre. Donna Trinkoff announced Cerullo will be joining SDC director and choreographer Christopher Scott and Lynne Taylor-Corbett.
by Rakaputra Paputungan - Aug 31, 2019
Visiting the Great White Way is any musical theatre lover's dream. Last July, that dream came true for 13 winners of Indonesia Menuju Broadway (IMB) as they attended musical theatre workshop on Broadway. Now they return to perform WHAT I DID FOR LOVE, a musical showcase featuring Broadway hits.
by Krista Garver - Apr 9, 2019
Charly Evon Simpson's JUMP, which is having its National New Play Network rolling world premiere courtesy of Milagro Theatre and Confrontation Theatre, explores the obstacles that we too frequently put between ourselves and real human connection.
by Courtney Symes - Apr 8, 2019
David Taylor-Gomes and Kyle Holmes have done it again. After collaborating on their 2017 musical comedy, Boxed Up: The Musical, they have joined forces at Granite Bay High School to present to you another original work. This time, in a shockingly serendipitous twist, Ranked, A New Musical debuted just weeks after news of the college admissions scandal broke. Ranked highlights the pressures that students today face to succeed.
by Amanda Prahl - Apr 26, 2019
The onslaught of jukebox musicals doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon, which, in turn, means that there are an awful lot of cast albums that also double as very well-sung cover albums. That's definitely the case with the original cast recording of The Cher Show, which functions okay as a cast album but mostly rides on its cast's considerable talent and the sheer joy of Cher's catalog.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2019
Olivia O'Brien could go on and on rattling off 'lame excuses from guys' that you screenshot and forward to your friends for commiseration, sympathy, a laugh, or often response advice...