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The Fog - 1914 - Broadway


Princess Theatre

(New York, NY)
104 W. 39th St.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 29, 2020
Fort Worth Opera announced today the names of the six librettists whose unpublished works have been selected for Frontiers: FWO Libretto Workshop, an exciting exploration of operatic storytelling, and the eighth installment of its innovative new works showcase.
by Jim Munson - Sep 22, 2020
42nd Street Moon, San Franciscoa??s venerable theatre company dedicated to celebrating and preserving the art of the American musical, is about to launch a paid virtual subscription series called MoonBeams. Consisting of five very different and highly entertaining shows, the series will run from September 28th to November 26th, 2020. Highlights include Michael Patrick Gaffneya??s funny and touching The Oldest Living Cater Waiter, Moona??s popular Broadway Flipped evening where favorite Moon performers get the chance to sing songs from roles they would otherwise never get the chance to play, and a final show to kick off the holiday season, Home (literally) for the Holidays. Subscriptions, single stream tickets and additional information are available at BroadwayWorld catches up with Daniel Thomas, who shares Executive Director duties at Moon with Daren A.C. Carollo, to learn a more about the series and check in on how he and Moon are weathering the myriad difficulties that seem to be hitting us without end in 2020.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 22, 2020
HBO Max has announced Emmy®, Tony® and Grammy®-winner Billy Porter (Pose, American Horror Story: Apocalypse) as narrator for EQUAL.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 1, 2020
Ghosts and ghouls, witching hour approaches. Teddy Sourias and Craft Concepts Group - the creators of Philadelphia's Christmas Pop-up Bar - announces the grand opening of Nightmare Before Tinsel.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 10, 2020
Through the fog of Alzheimer's, Austrian-born Herta wrestles with the foundational moments of her past, including a childhood involvement with the Hitler Youth. Through interactions with her caregiver, her estranged daughter and her own fractured memories, Herta is forced to confront deep-held regrets and hard truths left unspoken.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 20, 2020
Samuel Goldwyn Films announced today that the company has acquired North American rights to Ciro Guerra's feature film WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 14, 2020
Source Material will present the World Premiere of In These Uncertain Times, a digital performance piece devised by the company and directed by Artistic Director, Samantha Shay, created for and presented on Zoom.
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 12, 2021
Through interactions with her caregiver, her estranged daughter, and her own fractured memories, Herta is forced to confront deep-held regrets and hard truths left unspoken. Fragments centers on one fundamental question: 'How much of ourselves must give to the ones we love?'
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 10, 2021
The performance art piece Fragments, a live audio story concludes this weekend, with performances on Saturday, May 15th, and Sunday, May 16th, at 6:00pm and 7:30pm on both days.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 4, 2020
Milwaukee Repertory Theater presents Eclipsed written by Black Panther and 'Walking Dead' star Danai Gurira in the Quadracci Powerhouse, March 3 - 29, 2020.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 25, 2021
Adrienne Barbeau created the iconic role of Rizzo in the original Broadway production of Grease- for which she secured a Tony nomination- went on to appear as Bea Arthur's daughter, Carol, in the hit TV series Maude- for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe- and is a best-selling author and recording artist. 
by Andrew Child - Mar 24, 2020
It appears the standard season-subscription model has failed across the board to provide the financial safety net individuals and institutions need to survive a global pandemic, (which is upsetting because the moderate tastes of the elite have dictated what theatres will produce for long enough that it seems we should be getting some return on that investment at this point). Theatrical staffs cannot afford to take a breath as they email ticket-holders assurances which they will later rescind and try to keep their sinking ships afloat. Aging figureheads form their mouths around new words like a?oelivestreama?? and a?oeZooma?? and pass them on to millennial assistant this-and-thats to fill in all the blanks as generation Z associate this-and-thats dig through archival images to keep social media accounts appeasing the gods of the algorithms. There is a need to be immediate. A need to be incessantly productive. A need for quantity over quality. A need to keep up. To be first. While many of us are feeling the burnout from this mad dash for constant output keenly right now, has this not been an underlying system in the theatre for a long time? 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 2, 2020
Long Beach Opera tackles Peter Maxwell Davies' modern sea-based thriller in the environs of the new Honda Pacific Visions Theater at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 18, 2021
Shuffle Play is a choreographic and spatial installation that reflects the world we live in, in a new way; through the colourful landscape of pop-music. The sound of the leaves rattling in the wind is replaced by a quiet Britney Spears, and the fog from the field is replaced by a lazy Justin Bieber from the stage’s rig.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 15, 2021
The men of Broadway’s TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL recently reunited (safely) for a photo shoot with photographer Andrew Werner, which was spearheaded by company member Sheldon Henry. This marked the first time that they've gathered since Broadway shuttered in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 14, 2020
While Jobsite's production of DOUBT, A Parable, is temporarily suspended in light of the current national health crisis, the resident theater company of the Straz Center is not delaying the release of their new season.
by Stage Tube - Mar 12, 2020
Milwaukee Repertory Theater presents Eclipsed written by Black Panther and 'Walking Dead' star Danai Gurira in the Quadracci Powerhouse, March 3 - 29, 2020.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 1, 2021
Tony and Golden Globe nominated stage and screen star Adrienne Barbeau has joined The World to Come, a fantasy audio series available on all podcast platforms. Ms. Barbeau joins a cast of veteran actors from the Broadway community (including Justin Sargent, Lana Gordon, and Marissa Rosen) and beyond for the series climax as Queen Gehenna.
by Shari Barrett - Mar 1, 2020
The Industry is presenting its site-specific world premiere of SWEET LAND at the LA State Historic Park near downtown Los Angeles, with the city's skyline seen prominently during the outdoor production. With Music by Du Yun and Raven Chacon, Libretto by Douglas Kearney and Aja Couchois Duncan, the production directed by Cannupa Hanska Luger and Yuval Sharon, unravels narratives surrounding American identity on the site when a new Arrivals ship runs aground on the shore and they encounter a community of The Hosts, those natives to the land. The story is an important one to be told about the history of invaders who have taken over land where indigenous people live, even in our own backyard, and destroyed not only the land but the people who loved it.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2020
Source Material announced today that they will postpone performances of their World Premiere of In These Uncertain Times, a digital performance piece devised by the company and directed by Artistic Director, Samantha Shay, created for and presented on Zoom.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 30, 2021
The July performances will take place every Wednesday from 12-1pm at City Plaza and will feature local artists presented by PineCone – the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 30, 2021
As a solo artist he's blazed his own trail since 2011, with a series of critically-acclaimed releases including Museu de Arte Moderna (2013) and Mundo Encoberto (2019).
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 29, 2021
Today, Club Fugazi Experiences Executive Director David Dower announced the name of the brand-new theatrical experience debuting at San Francisco's historic Club Fugazi.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 15, 2021
The 21/22 season is Jobsite's 23rd year of bringing the Tampa Bay region gripping, powerful experiences in an intimate environment.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 1, 2021
A.C.T. will present a special online screening of the record-breaking musical, Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City, The Musical.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 9, 2021
As a solo artist he's blazed his own trail since 2011, with a series of critically-acclaimed releases including Museu de Arte Moderna (2013) and Mundo Encoberto (2019).
by Stephi Wild - Jul 9, 2020
Source Material will present the World Premiere of In These Uncertain Times, a digital performance piece devised by the company and directed by Artistic Director, Samantha Shay, created for and presented on Zoom.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 29, 2021
Today, Club Fugazi Experiences and Speechless Inc. announced the addition of a new show, Speechless Live, to the late-night programming at San Francisco’s historic theater, Club Fugazi.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 21, 2021
Keynote speakers will include Academy Award-winning filmmaker Errol Morris (The Fog of War) with panels from documentarians behind Allen v. Farrow, Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry, Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer, and more.
by Gil Kaan - Jul 20, 2020
Source Material's IN THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES will world premiere via Zoom July 25, 2020 at 4pm PST. Directed by Source Material's artistic director Samantha Shay, IN THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES posits the state of theatre in these COVID-19 times using a mash-up of Chekov monologues, drinking duels and coronavirus memes. Performers, spread out in the U. S. and in Iceland, include company members James Cowan, Miles Hartfelder, Annelise Lawson, Stephanie Regina, Raven Scott, Victoria Sendra, and Grace Tiso. I had the chance to ask Samantha what's currently predominating in her creative mind.
by Maria Nockin - Jan 3, 2021
Both Los Angeles and San Francisco Opera companies are closed right now, but there is still a wealth material to see and hear on each of their websites. LA has recitals and Coffee with Conlon. SFO has links to Eun Sun Kim’s conducting dates at La Scala.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 21, 2021
After many failed attempts of trying to craft the perfect press release to announce the upcoming EP from Justin Courtney Pierre, there comes a time when one must admit defeat.
by Marina Kennedy - Feb 26, 2021
The renowned Gary Farrell Vineyards and Winery is in California’s Russian River Valley. We had the opportunity to learn more about the Winery and sample several of Gary Farrell's fine wines.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 21, 2020
Milwaukee Repertory Theater will honor 12 Milwaukee SHEroes during the run of Eclipsed, March 3 -29, 2020. A Milwaukee SHEro is a woman* of color who exemplifies the values of dedication to one's community, collaboration and sisterhood. Milwaukee Rep received over 100 nominations, which an outside selection committee including Milwaukee Rep employees and community members, picked the following 12 candidates honored as Milwaukee SHEroes. All 12 women are doing their part to better the Milwaukee community.
by Stage Tube - Feb 21, 2020
Milwaukee Repertory Theater presents Eclipsed written by Black Panther and 'Walking Dead' star Danai Gurira in the Quadracci Powerhouse, March 3 - 29, 2020. Take 5 with one of the show's stars, Sola Thompson, below!
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2021
BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that stage and screen actor Hal Holbrook has died at 95 years old.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 19, 2020
Undermain Theatre presents Whither Goest Thou America: a new work festival.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 17, 2020
The name Roger Duvoisin is familiar to Zimmerli audiences: the museum's gallery dedicated to its collection of original children's book illustrations is named in his honor, more than half of that collection consists of Duvoisin's artwork, and numerous exhibitions have celebrated this beloved author and illustrator. Now, Mood Books: The Children's Stories of Alvin Tresselt and Roger Duvoisin delves into one of the most important aspects of his career, a partnership with author Alvin Tresselt that spanned three decades and resulted in 18 books. The exhibition, opening March 14 at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, features more than 30 original watercolor and gouache illustrations from four of their collaborations: White Snow, Bright Snow, Hide and Seek Fog, It's Time Now!, and What Did You Leave Behind?, all published by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard in New York. The images capture an array of feelings evoked by common experiences that tend to stick with us throughout life in very uncommon ways.
by Neil Shurley - Feb 16, 2021
'We've been playing with finding the right balance between the theatrical and cinematic qualities of the piece. It truly is a hybrid.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 10, 2020
Disney’s Frozen opened at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre Thursday, December 10, 2020.  There will soon be five productions of Frozen running worldwide; next year, London, Tokyo and Hamburg will open and the North American tour will resume performances. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 25, 2020
HBO Max has released the names and images of the actors set to portray iconic LGBTQ+ activists in the upcoming four-part docuseries EQUAL, premiering as a binge drop in October 2020 during LGBT History Month.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 21, 2020
Eliana Pipes, a playwright, actor and filmmaker, has won Arizona Theatre Company's 2020 National Latinx Playwriting Award for Dream Hou$e, which follows two Latinx sisters on an HGTV-style show who are selling their family home, hoping to capitalize on the gentrification of their 'changing neighborhood.'
by Robert Diamond - Aug 18, 2020
The EP, which was co-produced by Alex G (Alex Giannascoli) and bandmate Sam Acchione, continues the arc of her critically acclaimed 2018 debut, At Weddings.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 10, 2020
Today United Suicide Survivors International (United Survivors) announces the publication of the second book in a series to help support men's mental health, “Guts, Grit & The Grind: A MENtal Mechanics MANual - Advanced Mechanics in Preventative Maintenance” edited by Sally Spencer-Thomas Psy.D., Sarah Gaer, MA and Frank King and  published by BDI Publishers.  The book officially launches on August 16, 2020 with pre-orders available now on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 5, 2021
Featuring a stunning array of live dance, video projections, original composition, and a timeless story, Fragments has been adapted in accordance with current New York State health guidelines.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 29, 2021
Fragments will play Saturdays and Sundays at 6:00pm and 7:30pm, on May 1-2, May 8-9, and May 15-16, at Liberated Fitness (1005 Columbus Avenue). In accordance with New York State guidelines, all performances will accommodate socially distanced seating at a maximum of 10 people per performance.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 21, 2020
AMC has announced changes to three upcoming series and season premieres: Creepshow, NOS4A2, and Soulmates.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 2, 2021
Washington National Opera will present the ninth season of its American Opera Initiative with three world premieres on the Kennedy Center’s streaming platform, Digital Stage+, Saturday, May 1, directed by Amanda Consol.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 14, 2020
AMC announced today that it will air the popular horror anthology series Creepshow, currently available on Shudder, AMC Networks' premium streaming service for horror fans. Two episodes will air back-to-back on Mondays at 9:00pm ET/8c from May 4 through May 18.