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The Gathering - 2001 - Broadway

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Cort Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
138 West 48th St.
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2021
ACO musicians including violinist Karen Kim, cellist Eugene Moye, pianist Christopher Oldfather, flutist Laura Conwesser, clarinetist Liam Burke, and percussionist Javier Diaz will perform music by a broad array of composers, many of whom are close to the orchestra – including current and former ACO Board of Directors members Alvin Singleton, Augusta Gross, Melinda Wagner, Robert Beaser, and Jonathan Bailey Holland.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2021
The Apollo today announced details of its fall 2021 season, taking place in-person at the Apollo and online on the Apollo's Digital Stage. The season features a broad range of free and ticketed events and programs, paying tribute to the Apollo's legendary community of artists and highlighting new works and commissions.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 2, 2021
As New York City's recovery continues and visitors begin their return, the city's tourism industry came together earlier this week on Monday, August 30th, for the 'NYC Tourism Is Back, Start Spreading Your News' cocktail reception.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 5, 2021
As the dark October nights begin to draw in, things are set to get darker still in the gardens of PFT when the Perthshire venue premiere Ghost Stories, three brand new haunting promenade monologues.
by Marina Kennedy - Oct 19, 2021
Football season is in full swing and that means tailgating and viewing parties. Having the right drink for everyone can sometimes be challenging. But when you stock a good supply of ready-to-drink cocktails and beverages, it makes serving easy and satisfying for all.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 18, 2021
A harrowing tale of a love so potent, it becomes dangerous, charismatic rocker Laszlo Jones roams the darker side of romance with provocative new single, 'Out Of My Head' - available now.
by Timothy Treanor - Oct 17, 2021
It is mere coincidence that Anaïs Mitchell’s remarkable, Tony Award-winning Hadestown, now being given a solid production at the Kennedy Center’s Opera House, debuted on Broadway just before our twenty-month plague began, but it fits. Mitchell’s story is at bottom a moral call to arms, which cleverly mines the saddest tale in all of mythology and marries it to a still older myth – one which was designed to explain the seasons.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 14, 2021
The Lehman Trilogy officially opens on Broadway tonight, October 14, at the Nederlander Theatre. The play comes to Broadway after acclaimed, sold-out runs at London's National Theatre, the Park Avenue Armory, and in London’s West End.
by Stefani Chudnow - Oct 14, 2021
From October 15th to November 1st, the Ringwald Theatre in Ferndale brings you Puffs, a play that serves as a comedic parody of the Harry Potter series. Ahead of Ringwald's premiere, BWW Detroit had the pleasure of interviewing Joe Bailey, Phoenix Eldridge, and Asia Marie Hicks.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 27, 2020
From dark, twisted symphonies to sweet lullabies, the collective writing talents of Ian Jones (Karnataka, Chasing The Monsoon) and Agnieszka Swita (solo, Caamora) combine in their powerful new musical collaboration ILLUMINAE.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 23, 2020
Julian Bird, Chief Executive of Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and UK Theatre has released a statement following this afternoon's Government announcement regarding post-lockdown Covid restrictions.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2020
While this holiday season will be without Tuba Christmas, free Gospel on the Plaza, and meet-and-greets with sugarplum fairies, the Kimmel Cultural Campus announced several can't-miss holiday events and partnerships sure to deliver much-needed seasonal vibes.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 6, 2021
Produced by Rich Costey (Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters), who Turner worked with on 2013’s Tape Deck Heart, “The Gathering” features pile driving drums courtesy of Muse’s Dom Howard and a triumphant guitar solo from Jason Isbell, who recorded remotely from Los Angeles and Nashville.
by A.A. Cristi - May 5, 2021
Composer and producer Lisa Bielawa, in collaboration with student vocalists and instrumentalists from Kaufman Music Center's Special Music School High School, will give an exclusive work-in-progress online performance of Bielawa's new opera, Centuries in the Hours, presented by Kaufman Music Center.
by A.A. Cristi - May 3, 2021
WORLD Channel, which shares the best of public media in news, documentaries and programming, will celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a series of featured documentary films in May sharing the culturally significant stories that represent the more than 20 million Asian or Pacific Islander Americans in the United States, according to the U.S. Census. The films will be broadcast on WORLD Channel and stream on WORLDChannel.org.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 8, 2021
Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts, in partnership with Southampton African American Museum, has announced the special online presentation of Martin Luther King Jr: A Personal Portrait on Thursday, March 25, at 8 p.m. via Zoom.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 25, 2021
New Jersey Theatre Alliance and ArtPride New Jersey, the states two largest arts service organizations, will partner to bring the arts community together through a virtual gathering built around reflecting, healing, and learning while working toward a more equitable, just, and anti-racist arts and cultural sector.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 22, 2021
Composer and producer Lisa Bielawa has launched BFH Radio – Broadcast from Here, a continuous and evolving soundscape incorporating words, voices, and found audio from participants all over the world, one year after many communities went into pandemic lockdown.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2021
Composer and producer Lisa Bielawa, in collaboration with the DePauw University School of Music, will present the online world premiere of Broadcast at the Crossroads on Friday, April 2, 2021 at 7:30pm ET.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 15, 2021
New Jersey Theatre Alliance (“the Alliance”) and ArtPride New Jersey have partnered to offer a two-day virtual gathering, Creating Change: Moving Toward Equity, Justice, and Anti-racism in the New Jersey Arts Community. The event will take place virtually on April 22 and 23, 2021.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 12, 2021
Initially created as a way to connect with people to feel less lost and scared during difficult times at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ezra turned to livestreaming with his first digital show on March 13, 2020 and returned every single night.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 11, 2021
For the very first time in Hyderabad, the LGBTQ+ communities were offered a space to present their art by the Indian Council Cultural Relations (ICCR), the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 1, 2021
David Rockwell and his architecture and design firm Rockwell Group have joined forces with TAIT, a global leader in the design and construction of solutions for live events, to create OpenStage NYC, a new initiative that utilizes portable staging, to help arts organizations move to outdoor performances this spring.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2021
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures has announced the 38 artists, cultural workers, and arts administrators participating in the 21st edition of the NALAC Leadership Institute. The NLI is an intensive weeklong professional development program taking place July 12-16, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2021
Internationally praised for his compelling performances, Australian-British pianist Jayson Gillham is recognised as one of the finest pianists of his generation. He performs with the world's leading orchestras with recent highlights including engagements with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony, Sydney Symphony, Melbourne Symphony, and more!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 16, 2021
Norman Rockwell Museum has announced a new summer exhibition, Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration. This special exhibition includes more than 100 works of original art created by more than 50 artists whose work spans over five centuries and have never before been exhibited together.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 1, 2021
Grand Teton Music Festival announces the inaugural launch of its musically adventurous Thursday evening Gateway Series in addition to a community-engaging GTMF on the Road initiative.
by Lynn Beaver - Jul 8, 2021
ANNIE JUMP AND THE LLIBRARY OF HEAVEN finished its run at The Vortex Saturday night to thunderous applause from the audience and fireworks in the distance. What a triumphant return for live theatre at the iconic Austin venue The Vortex!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 29, 2021
Uptown Grand Central and Jazzmobile have announced the August 12, 2021 celebration surrounding the commemorative street co-naming of East 126th street between 5th and Madison Avenues as 'Art Kane Harlem 1958 Place.'
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 29, 2021
American Composers Orchestra announces its 2021-2022 season, under the leadership of Artistic Director Derek Bermel and President Melissa Ngan. ACO continues its commitment to the creation, performance, preservation, and promotion of music by American composers with programming that sparks curiosity and reflects geographic, stylistic, racial, and gender diversity.
by Student Blogger: Stefany Flores - Jul 26, 2021
When deep thoughts of sadness or depression hit, it's vital to remember that you are not alone. All things considered, in any case, don't compare your experiences with that of another. Everyone is different. However, a few tips can go a long way. I follow these most of the time to deal with my emotions of negativity.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 19, 2021
The 2021 John Willis Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre is the latest accolade for Tony, Grammy and Emmy winning Hadestown star André De Shields, fresh from his critically-acclaimed turn as King Lear at St. Louis Shakespeare Festival.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 15, 2021
Choreographer and director Camille A. Brown was honored by the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) on Thursday evening, January 14th, 2020 with the Distinguished Artist Award, presented by Alicia Adams, VP International Programming at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 11, 2021
Martin Markinson, one of the leading Broadway producers and independent theatre owners of the past 50 years, died on Thursday, January 7th at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico surrounded by love. He was 89 years old.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 23, 2021
The event will feature just-added performances & appearances from Tiffany Haddish, Usher, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Charlamagne Tha God, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Susan Sarandon & Pete Buttigieg.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 16, 2021
Belafonte started the organization in 2005 after witnessing a news report of a 5-year-old Black girl being handcuffed and arrested in her Florida classroom for “being unruly.” The organization’s mission is to build a movement to end child incarceration while working to eliminate the racial inequities that permeate the justice system.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 15, 2021
Bristol Old Vic today announced an ambitious range of digital work running Feb-May to keep people entertained through the Spring and beyond, allowing stories to be shared and creativity to flourish in new ways once again.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 12, 2021
The Museum of Chinese in America has announced VIRTUAL MOCA FEST 2021, MOCA's month-long celebration of free Lunar New Year programming now streaming live or on-demand via digital, online and social media platforms to welcome the Year of the Gold Ox and kick off the year 4719 on the Chinese calendar!
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 11, 2021
Elvis Week 2021 will mark the 44th anniversary of Elvis' passing and Graceland is preparing for the gathering of thousands of Elvis fans and friends. Taking place August 11-17, Elvis Week is an annual, multi-day gathering celebrating Elvis' life and legacy. It has become a pop-culture phenomenon and an annual pilgrimage for music lovers from around the world.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Dec 18, 2020
Christmas is often about tradition and Jack Thorne’s beautiful version of A Christmas Carol at London’s Old Vic has quickly established itself as a must-see theatrical tradition after only a few years. As part of the Old Vic’s In Camera series, established to bring socially distanced theatre to people despite the pandemic, the production is being screened live from the theatre to bring some much-needed festive cheer to the world.
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 31, 2021
As New York City's recovery continues and visitors begin their return, the city's tourism industry came together last night, Monday, August 30th, for the 'NYC Tourism Is Back, Start Spreading Your News' cocktail reception. Popular tourist destination One World Observatory hosted the gathering along with City Guide, the region's largest in-market tourism magazine, which has been serving New Yorkers and visitors since 1982. More than 300 guests following all health and safety protocols came together while more than 30 local institutions ranging from BIDs to tourism entities to the Brooklyn Nets supported the event as sponsors.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 28, 2021
Touching on genres ranging from rock, country, folk, light opera, big band and mariachi, Elizabeth Ward Land finds her perfect vocal match in this salute to the great Linda Ronstadt.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2021
On Wednesday night, Broadway veteran Elizabeth Ward Land returned to The Green Room 42 with her acclaimed concert STILL WITHIN THE SOUND OF MY VOICE- THE SONGS OF LINDA RONSTADT for a special one-night-only encore.
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 26, 2021
As New York City's recovery continues and visitors begin their return, the city's tourism industry will be coming together Monday, August 30th, for the 'NYC Tourism Is Back, Start Spreading Your News' cocktail reception. Popular tourist destination One World Observatory will be hosting the gathering along with City Guide, the nation's largest in-market tourism magazine, which has been serving New Yorkers and visitors since 1982. More than 30 local institutions ranging from BIDs to tourism entities to the Brooklyn Nets have signed on as sponsors.
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 18, 2021
As New York City's recovery continues and tourists begin their return, the city's tourism industry will be coming together next Monday, August 30th, for the 'NYC Tourism Is Back, Start Spreading Your News' cocktail reception. Popular tourist destination One World Observatory will be hosting the gathering along with City Guide, the nation's largest in-market tourism magazine, which has been serving visitors to NYC since 1982. More than 20 local institutions ranging from BIDs to tourism entities to the Brooklyn Nets have signed on as sponsors.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 28, 2021
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ezra turned to livestreaming with his first digital show initially as a way to connect with people to feel less lost and scared during difficult times.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 20, 2021
Co-written and directed by Paul Weitz (Grandma, Admission, About a Boy), the film follows a famous soprano (Moore) who travels to South America to give a private concert at a party for a wealthy Japanese industrialist (Watanabe).
by Stephi Wild - Apr 2, 2021
Bristol Old Vic has received a grant of £298,971 from the Government's £1.57 billion Culture recovery Fund to help the organization recover and reopen.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 15, 2021
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by Stephi Wild - Apr 12, 2021
Chicago Fringe Opera has announced the lineup for the first half of its upcoming season, titled A City of Works.