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Selwyn Theatre

(New York, NY)
229 W. 42nd St.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2020
This fall the French Institute Alliance Française, New York's premier French-language center, will continue to present a line-up of thought-provoking cross-cultural virtual events, featuring an array of world-renowned artists, writers, thinkers, and presenters from across film, live music, theater, performance, animated storytelling, and more.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2019
Marylou DiPietro will perform her original solo play In Love with Cancer at the prestigious United Solo Theatre Festival on October 5, at 9 P.M., at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd St., New York, NY.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 2, 2020
This fall the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) New York's premier French-language center, continues to present a variety of thought-provoking cross-cultural online programming, spanning current events, film, art, and performance.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 17, 2018
Dance Attic Studios presents the next in its in-house produced shows: Going Ape!, written by Andrew Corbet Bucher, which challenges both religion and science by bringing together various "first" humans, played by a multi-ethnic cast. Their last production, Isolated Incident, ran at Dance Attic in 2017 to sell-out houses.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 10, 2019
London's landmark festival of European theatre will return for a seventh year this November to showcase boundary pushing work from across the continent. Featuring a jam-packed programme of twenty-three shows from twenty-six countries, including Lithuania, Norway, Estonia, Croatia and Bulgaria, the festival is this year supported by the Hungarian Cultural Centre London and will be headlined by the country's hit show, European Freaks. This year also marks the festival's first ever partnership with Rich Mix, which will open the doors to its east London venue as it stages work alongside The Cockpit and supports the development of three brand new works-in-progress with residencies. It follows a successful collaboration with the West End's The Actors Centre earlier this year on the joint festival, A Piece of the Continent.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 1, 2020
Imagine a world in which Eve unashamedly consumed the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, biting into knowledge and sharing it with all the world. Feminist folk ensemble Ruby Mack imagine themselves direct descendants of that particular Eve.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 26, 2020
In Alexis Lloyd's solo theatrical adaptation of Nobel Prize-winning French author Albert Camus's The Fall, New York-based, Belgian-born actor Ronald Guttman takes on the role of anguished, exiled Parisian lawyer Jean-Baptiste Clamence, transporting his audience to the last circle of Hell: Amsterdam's red-light district, circa 1956.
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Oct 23, 2018
Gingold Theatrical Group (David Staller, Artistic Director) continued its season on October 22nd with Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah (Part 1).
by Julie Musbach - Oct 22, 2018
Gingold Theatrical Group announces the next presentation of the 13th Season of Project Shaw. The season will continue on November 19th with Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah (Part 2).
by Stephi Wild - Oct 16, 2019
Artistic and Executive Director Eda Holmes and Centaur Theatre's Board of Directors host Party in Paradise, the theatre's 2019 annual Gala, and a celebration like none other. Those in attendance can expect an enchanting night of celebrity-led live and silent auctions, an indulgent cocktail dînatoire and gifts. The entertainment will be immersive and ongoing, with live tango and accompanying music, and theatrical happenings in various locations throughout the theatre. Is temptation always a bad thinga??? Find out on November 5 at Centaur Theatre. Slip into your cocktail attire and take a bite of the apple.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 14, 2020
Dance Attic Studios transfers its in-house produced show Going Ape!, written by Andrew Corbet Burcher, which challenges both religion and science by bringing together various a?oefirsta?? humans, to the Union Theatre in November 2020.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 1, 2020
Today (October 1) in live streaming: The Next On Stage Dance Edition top 3, Orfeh & Andy Karl visit Backstage Live, and so much more!
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 1, 2018
Gingold Theatrical Group (David Staller, Artistic Director) is proud to announce the next presentation of the 13th Season of Project Shaw, a special series of evenings offering some of Shaw's greatest works and those of his contemporaries, presented monthly at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space (2537 Broadway at 95th Street).The season will continue on October 22nd with Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah (Part 1).
by Bruce Apar - Nov 5, 2019
Mr. Gorn's distinctive voice vibrates with wry humor, a supple command of language, and fascination with the insoluble puzzle of our being. Mordant musings about the wonder and woes of earthly existence are leavened by playful shtick that, far from disrupting the story, puts a shine on it.
by Roy Berko - Nov 3, 2018
When one thinks of Stephen Schwartz, the lyricist and composer of theater titles 'Godspell,' 'Pippin,' and 'Wicked,' or the films 'Pocahontas,' 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame,' and 'Enchanted' come to mind. How about 'Children of Eden'? Probably not.
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Nov 20, 2018
Gingold Theatrical Group presented Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah (Part 2) on November 19. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out the photos below!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 14, 2018
Today, Dumb Ox Ministries announced the limited engagement of "Garden" the musical, a modern-day, beautiful retelling of the oldest story in the book: Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, at Ursuline Academy from Jan. 17 to 20, 2019.
by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2021
LOST DOG's award-winning, critically acclaimed production, PARADISE LOST (lies unopened beside me) is to be revived and re-staged in June and July.
by Julie Musbach - May 31, 2019
St. Luke's United Methodist Church presents Children of Eden, the story of a big family making mistakes, learning to forgive, and embracing new beginnings. The show, directed by Steve MacKinnon, features music by Grammy award-winning, Tony-nominated composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell).
by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2021
Paradise Lost…combines theatre, comedy and movement on a journey through the story of the creation of everything condensed into 80 minutes, beginning with Lucifer's rebellion and ending with Adam and Eve's expulsion from The Garden of Eden.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
Kuba Cabana, a lively dining concept where “Old World Cuba Meets Modern Miami” is hosting “Kubaret.” Located in the vibrant CityPlace Doral, the series of exhilarating evenings will take place on the last Thursday of every month.
by The Marriage Matinee - May 18, 2019
Reading the synopsis of CHILDREN OF EDEN leads you to believe you know exactly what's to come. The story of the Book of Genesis is one many people have at least a passing familiarity with. However, this musical makes the stories come to life in new ways and provokes questions and thoughts that are as relevant today as they were in Biblical times. A journey through the Garden of Eden becomes a whirlwind of music, movement, and moving moments that goes far beyond the words on a page.
by Cindy Sibilsky - May 13, 2019
Well before The Met Gala's kitschy theme for 2019 inspired the likes of Lady Gaga, Jordan Roth and countess celebrities to strut their most outrageous stuff down the pink carpet, Mark Morris has been the reigning King of Camp in choreography, celebrating this gleeful genre in company classics such as The Hard Nut. This spring he elevated the playful style integrated with expressive movement in Pepperland, an exuberant homage to the 1960s counterculture and The Beatles' seminal 1967 concept album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
by Bobby Patrick - Mar 6, 2020
You may ask,Bobby was the evening sexy for any crowd, gender or persuasion - ABSOLUTELY! Was the evening any fun??? A completely fun, enjoyable, really full night of entertainment and that's why Bobby gives LE SCANDAL CABARET 4 ½ Rainbows Out Of 5
by Jade Kops - Mar 4, 2019
SHORT+SWEET THEATRE, the world's largest 10 minute play festival which originated in Sydney returns for 2019.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 3, 2020
Following his smash-hit Diamond, David Hoyle returns to Soho Theatre with the world première of Ten Commandments, combining his captivating stage performance with lacerating social commentary. Olivier award-winning Mark Whitelaw directs David Hoyle in this one man show. The production opens at Soho Theatre on 20 May and runs until 30 May, with previews from 19 May, before embarking on a national tour in autumn.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 26, 2021
Today (March 26) in live streaming: Richard Ridge chats with John Lloyd Young on Clubhouse, a Ragtime reunion on Stars in the House, and more!
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 15, 2021
Beginning March 26, LA Opera, in collaboration with the African American Art Song Alliance, Aural Compass Projects, Black Opera Alliance, National Association of Negro Musicians and the Philadelphia Dance Company, presents the online premiere of Brown Sounds, a new Digital Short by French filmmaker Jérémy Adonis starring mezzo-soprano Raehann Bryce-Davis.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 21, 2021
Adam and Eve, who lived for 900 years after their expulsion from the Garden of Eden, are both waiting for the arrival of their eldest son Cain, dropping in for a short visit to break the monotony of his homeless wandering life.. A life sentence imposed on him by God for killing his brother Abel.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 12, 2019
Samuel French's Off Off-Broadway Short Play Festival (OOB), the nation's premier short play competition, is excited to open 2019 ticket sales with an announcement of this year's Top 30 playwrights. 
by Sarah Hookey - Jul 24, 2019
Veteran queer writer and performer, Sue Frumin and Sea Change Theatre bring her acclaimed show back to the King's Head Theatre where it premiered in 1999 and subsequently in 2018 by the Arcola Queer Collective (directed by Jonathan Richardson) to rapturous applause.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 16, 2019
Renaissance Theaterworks (RTW), Milwaukee's only professional theater company dedicated to improving gender parity in the arts, returns to New York City to produce the short play, ALL OF THE EVERYTHING byAlayna Jacqueline (Barnes) at this year's Samuel French 44th Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival (OOB) in August 2019.
by Sarah Murphy - Jul 15, 2019
Resurrecting and redefining the misunderstood women of myth and history is not breaking ground for a Fringe Festival in the #MeToo era, but Rewiring Eden manages to make its mark with a thoughtful enough conceit - what if all of those women had the opportunity to meet one another?
by Sophie Williams - Jan 30, 2020
Spring Awakening is the classic teen coming of age story, plus death, group mastrubation, nudity, and a failed abortion.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 24, 2020
Below is the upcoming schedule at Birdland Jazz Club and Birdland Theater February 3 through February 16: 
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 21, 2020
This year's edition of PROTOTYPE, which refers to itself as 'Opera-Theatre-Now,' has come and gone. You never know what to expect, for better or for worse: Try guessing what's going to be 'the next big thing' at your own peril, even if it has played somewhere else first, for they things might not be what you expected at all.
by Tim Wright - Jan 17, 2020
If you speak to someone who says they don't like musicals, chances are, when you mention The Book of Mormon you'll be greeted with more enthusiasm than scepticism.  So what is it about this show that manages to transcend the traditional musical theatre perceptions? The subject matter? Hearing the c-word sung to high heaven? The sight of a goose-stepping Hitler with devil horns in a dream sequence? 
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2019
Today, Dumb Ox Ministries announced the limited engagement of "Garden" the musical, a modern-day, beautiful retelling of the oldest story in the book: Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, at Ursuline Academy from Jan. 17 to 20, 2019.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 16, 2020
Birdland Jazz Club and Birdland Theater are pleased to present the schedule for the month of February! At Birdland Jazz Club, catch the iconic Lionel Hampton Big Band Featuring Jason Marsalis, current GRAMMY nominee Catherine Russell, the Birdland debut of AGUAS Trio with Omar Sosa, Yilian Cañizares and Gustavo Ovalles, and iconic vocalist Jane Monheit. Internationally recognized trumpeter Rachel Therrien, the Seth Weaver Big Band, and The Voice contestant Melinda Rose Rodriguez will also be performing upstairs. 
by Stephi Wild - Jan 15, 2020
Reversing the fall of humanity and restoring the Garden of Eden in the technological age - DANCEWORKS presents the World Premiere of ZATA OMM's EDEN PLANTED. This brilliant production is produced and performed by Toronto based dance company ZATA OMM, and led by the award-winning William Yong. Through the lens of technology and dance, this production contemplates the reconstruction of paradise, and the concept of perfection. Premiering at Harbourfront Centre Theatre, February 5 - 8, 2020.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 22, 2019
Today  Adia Victoria releases her new album Silences via Canvasback. You can stream the album here.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 11, 2020
Dance Attic Studios transfers its in-house produced show Going Ape!, written by Andrew Corbet Bucher, which challenges both religion and science by bringing together various a?oefirsta?? humans, to the Union Theatre in April 2020.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 10, 2019
Griffin Theatre Company is thrilled to announce playwright, director and dramaturg Declan Greene as the next Artistic Director of the Company.
by Joanna Trainor - Aug 4, 2019
Utterly and brilliantly bonkers improvisation from New Zealand
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 30, 2019
“Everyone knows the character of Eve from the bible, and everyone has their own ideas about her. But if she was wandering around America in 2019, what the hell would she say?” wonders Siri Undlin of indie-folk band Humbird. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and inspired by the crystalline chill of the state's Northern winters, Undlin creates experimental folk and environmental Americana tinged with the sophistication of classic orchestral compositions. Her upcoming album Pharmakon, out August 30, focuses on women and the female body in folklore as a poetic way to explore the human experience. Working with engineer Brian Joseph (Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens) and producer Shane Leonard (Field Report), Undlin's newest release joins the leagues of masterful indie storytellers. 
by Barry Lenny - Aug 19, 2021
There is no Planet B.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 19, 2020
From Hollywood to Vegas and all around the world, no one has continued to delight us, surprise us, and entertain us like Cher. And she's not done yet! For the first time ever, all the spectacular highlights of Cher's remarkable career are together in one electrifying collection: THE BEST OF CHER.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 13, 2019
Samuel French's Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival (OOB), the nation's premier short play competition, is excited to announce that Lauren Yee (Cambodian Rock Band, The Great Leap, The Hatmaker's Wife) is this year's honorary festival playwright. Additionally, the distinguished lineup of judges will include Masi Asare, Eleanor Burgess, Clarence Coo, Vichet Chum, Chris Giordano, Keli Goff, David L. Kimple, Margaret Ledford, Emily Morse, Salem Tsegaye, Miriam Weiner and Alexis Williams.
by Maria Nockin - Apr 3, 2021
Have you watched Los Angeles Opera’s digital short Brown Sounds yet? Brown Sounds celebrates Black history by beginning with the Garden of Eden. Conceived by Raehann Bryce-Davis, a rising star in the LA firmament, it's a stunning vocal piece. Composer Ayanna Witter-Johnson set poet Henry Dumas's evocative verses to music with Bryce-Davis’s ravishing mezzo-soprano in mind.