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Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre

(New York, NY)
150 West 65th St. at Broadway
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by Stephen Mosher - Nov 9, 2021
It was the event of the year and people missed it at their peril. The ones who didn't miss it will be talking about it for the rest of their lives.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 9, 2021
The lights are on, the doors are open, and Glen Street Theatre is looking forward to a full year of entertainment ahead! Their program of events for 2022 has been released and is currently on sale to Members for an exclusive priority booking period until 31 December 2021.
by Bobby Patrick - Nov 9, 2021
A real Teen Titan, Miss Schwartz gave her audience a trim 8 number setlist with a fully scripted story that engaged and enlightened on the few stellar ups and many, many downs of being a 'kid' in the biz.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 9, 2021
There will be fun for all the family when Milkshake! Live returns to Parr Hall next year for a musical spectacular. Milkshake Monkey will be joined by his favourite friends plus two presenters for the all-new kids' show on Sunday, 20 February.
by Little Known Facts w/ Ilana Levine - Nov 8, 2021
Today's episode features Dori Berinstein- a four-time Tony-winning Broadway producer, an Emmy-award-winning director, producer and writer of film and television, a Golden Globe Nominee and the founder and CEO of The Broadway Podcast Network.
by Team BWW - Nov 6, 2021
Fall has arrived and chilly weather means lots of time to snuggle under your favorite blanket with a great book. You're in luck, because this year, Broadway's best have put pen to paper to turn out theatre page-turners of every kind.
by Neil Shurley - Nov 6, 2021
'It's just incredible to see a piece that still feels relevant and the music is still so gorgeous and moving.'
by Guest Author - Nov 5, 2021
The characters of Brian and Roger were birthed by me and Harry Peacock on a TV set back in 2014. Hanging around between takes, we started to improvise and pretend to be these two divorced middle-aged men, trying really hard to see the positive side of their situation.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 5, 2021
The Lucille Lortel Theatre has announced its new holiday performance series, Tinsel: A Global Holiday Celebration. Running from December 6-31, live performances will be held at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, showcasing effervescent live music, performance, and dance with leading artists from around the globe.  
by Aaron Wallace - Nov 4, 2021
But when all is said and done, after the big speeches are made and the morals have been imparted, TOOTSIE's 1982 DNA proves inextricable. Its parting lesson is fundamentally that women should be women and men should be men. The show's progressivism is limited to a fairly surface-level, lighthearted second-wave feminism that never rises above a 'very special episode' of any '80s sitcom. (Indeed, Michael's apartment set looks strikingly sitcomish, and all the dialogue there fits the bill.)
by Stephi Wild - Nov 4, 2021
Yesterday afternoon, the Historic Landmarks and Preservation Center (Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, Chair) placed a Cultural Medallion on the home Terrence McNally shared with his husband, Tom Kirdahy, for more than 20 years, in an intimate ceremony with family and friends.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 4, 2021
Yesterday afternoon, the Historic Landmarks and Preservation Center (Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, Chair) placed a Cultural Medallion on the home Terrence McNally shared with his husband, Tom Kirdahy, for more than 20 years, in an intimate ceremony with family and friends.
by Guest Author - Nov 30, 2021
All around the UK, theatres put on accessible performances for their audience and there’s often different types of access schemes on offer. But what is a relaxed performance?
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 3, 2021
The Herberger Theater, alongside more than 15 Arizona arts organizations, will honor the life of Judd Herberger with a dimming of the theater lights at 7:15pm on Friday, November 5. Judd Herberger, longtime arts philanthropist and beloved member of the community, passed away on October 27, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 29, 2021
Jaime Lozano is taking the Lucille Lortel stage with a concert full of stories and songs featuring his 'Familia,' an all-Latinx/Latino/Latine lineup of the best Broadway and Off-Broadway performers including Mauricio Martínez (On Your Feet!), Florencia Cuenca (A Never-Ending Line), Marina Pires (On Your Feet!), and Cedric Leiba, Jr. (Carmen La Cubana); and also an all Latinx band formed by Ruben Rodríguez (bass), Jhoely Garay (guitar) and Joel Mateo (drums).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 29, 2021
We’ve got the perfect holiday gift for Broadway fans of all ages: Be a Broadway Star!, available from Amazon.com for $49.99. The game’s creator Ken Davenport has announced the release of a free, 30-page expansion pack, including 18 pages of holiday show questions, now available for digital download.
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 27, 2021
WhatsOnStage has just reported that the West End will dim its lights in honor of late theatre legend Stephen Sondheim. Sadly, the composer and lyricist passed away at 91 on November 26th. The tradition to dim the lights of theaters to pay respect to the greatest contributors of theatre continues with Sondheim's passing. The lights of London's West End theaters will be dimmed on November 29th at 7pm for two minutes.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 26, 2021
Tickets go on sale today for Rosie Day's debut play Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon at Southwark Playhouse's the Little, which will open on 9 February 2022 running until 5 March, with press night on 10 February.
by TV Scoop - Nov 26, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT, airing on ABC on Monday, November 29, 2021! Plus, watch a clip from the new season!
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 26, 2021
The Canadian College of Performing Arts' Studio Ensemble continues its 2021/2022 season on December 2 with a production of Stephen Adly Guirgis' The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, directed by Cherissa Richards.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 26, 2021
In the wake of Stephen Sondheim's passing, there has been an outpouring of grief from the Broadway community and beyond. Read them all here.
by Abbie Grundy - Nov 24, 2021
The teachings, poems and philosophy of Rumi have been celebrated across the world for centuries. As such, it's hardly surprising that his story has found its way onto the stage in Rumi: The Musical. 
by Stephi Wild - Nov 24, 2021
Kwame Kwei-Armah, Young Vic Artistic Director, has announced upcoming work for Spring 2022. Learn more about the full upcoming lineup of events here!
by Student Blogger: Makalah Sizer - Nov 23, 2021
It's Friday, I'm in my seat, and I'm waiting for the show to begin. I'm ashamed to say that I had never seen Pippin, or listened to any of the music. So I was going in blind. But I was kinda glad that I did. Being able to experience the story of this boy named Pippin, who is looking for something extraordinary, and going on this journey of self discovery was amazing.
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 23, 2021
You have your show tickets, but where to dine? We have a suggestion for a destination that is guaranteed to please. Scampi, on West 18th Street in the Flatiron District has a pre-theatre, 3-course menu for $57 per person that will make your evening shine as bright as the lights of Broadway.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 23, 2021
In 2022, the Stratford Festival is coming back big to mark a monumental moment in its history with a full repertory season running from early April to the end of October, 10 major productions and almost two hundred Meighen Forum events.
by E.H. Reiter - Nov 23, 2021
The Second City’s SHE THE PEOPLE has brought a cadre of comedic women to the San Diego Repertory Theatre who will make you laugh and then want to go out and try to change the world.  Entirely created, designed, and performed by the women of this world-famous comedy institution it proves that the future is female and very funny.  SHE THE PEOPLE is playing through December 5th.
by Michael Major - Nov 22, 2021
Curated by Junior Sanchez, the remix package features a variety of freshly re-worked versions of Roberts’ tracks, ranging from Austin Ato’s dub remix of “Stoned In Love” to KC Wray’s “Keep It Funky” mix for “Nobody” featuring Beth Ditto. Listen to the new release now!
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 22, 2021
Following a month-long run that featured several dozen one-person theatre productions from across the globe, United Solo, the world's largest solo theatre festival, concluded its twelfth season at Theatre Row on 42nd Street in New York by presenting this year's awards at the United Solo Closing Gala.
by Jade Kops - Nov 18, 2021
Aarne Neeme's new staging of Alex Buzo's NORM AND AHMED reinforces society really hasn't progressed much in removing racial prejudice from society.
by Emily Short - Nov 18, 2021
Broadway at the Bass brings CATS to Fort Worth. Cat person or not, go see CATS at Bass Performance Hall!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 17, 2021
Hartford Stage rings in the holiday season with a new production of the perennial holiday film classic, It's a Wonderful Life. In this stage adaptation, Connecticut playwright Joe Landry has refashioned the 1946 Jimmy Stewart movie into a play reminiscent of the Golden Age of Radio.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 17, 2021
By popular demand, a fourth performance of CIRQUE DREAMS HOLIDAZE has been added on Saturday, December 18 at 11A at the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC). CIRQUE DREAMS HOLIDAZE lights up the PPAC stage on Friday, December 17.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 17, 2021
Worst Ever Productions is back on stage this holiday season with a set of brand new dark comedic tales with the return of their hit show, Christmas After Dark!
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 14, 2021
 As the lights come up on Broadway, so too will they brighten the stage at Phillips’ Mill on Saturday, November 20, at 7 pm, with a live play reading­ –– to a live audience –– the first since the pandemic closed theater doors.  
by Team BWW - Nov 12, 2021
The BroadwayWorld student blogger program is excited to welcome 19 new writers to the student blogging team this season, running from October to January. The bloggers represent colleges from all over the world! Get to know our new writers and read their latest posts here.
by Krista Garver - Nov 12, 2021
BARBECUE is laugh-out-loud funny while also shining a big bright spotlight on things we’d rather keep hidden. Highly recommended.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 11, 2021
After making a long-awaited return to performing in front of live audiences with the critically acclaimed production Life is a Dream, The Lyceum is excited to be bringing the magic of Christmas back to its stages as the world premiere of Christmas Dinner opens on Wednesday 8 December 2021 - 2 January 2022.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 10, 2021
Venus Cabaret Theater, the intimate performance space at Mercury Theater Chicago, presents the monthly Comedy Night Series as part of The Dark Night Series. The November Comedy Night, hosted by Chicago-based actor, comic and OUT Chicago radio's Scott Duff, will be held November 21 at 7:30pm. 
by Andrew White - Dec 6, 2021
When we first enter the Mulitz-Gedelsky Theater Lab at Olney, we see a thrust stage decked out with a wide variety of Victorian-style bric-a-brac, strategically tossed about by Scenic Designer Jacob A. Climer. Forget the tree and the lights, forget the boxes with tacky wrapping, I’ll take the pile of stuff here any time--it's Christmas all over again! 
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Dec 6, 2021
On stage at Straz Center on December 7-12 comes the winner of seven Tony Awards® including Best Musical, Cats. Cats is a sung-through musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber that ran for 21 years in London and on Broadway for 18 years, making it the longest-running musical in both theatre districts for many years.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 6, 2021
The Majestic Theatre will dim its lights tonight, December 6, in memory of longtime The Phantom of the Opera production stage manager Craig Jacobs, who passed away November 22. Jacobs worked for The Phantom of the Opera from 1997 through 2014.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 6, 2021
Producer Dori Berinstein and creator Justin “Squigs” Robertston announced today the 2021 edition of the fan-favorite The Lights of Broadway Showcards. The highly anticipated new edition contains 129 new cards featuring illustrations of Broadway’s brightest stars, shows on and Off-Broadway, historic theaters, iconic opening numbers, and more.
by Michael Dale - Dec 5, 2021
Jonathan Larson's posthumous success may be a unique story, but tick, tick... Boom! deals with a universal truth most artists must deal with sometime in their lives.
by Roger Catlin - Dec 5, 2021
August Wilson was always a font of stories. In addition to the 10 plays of his lauded Pittsburgh Cycle, there were books, essays and poems largely about the African-American experience.
by Jared Reynolds - Dec 4, 2021
A holiday classic with a fun twist, 'What the Dickens?' takes the audience on a unique journey that is destined to delight and entertain!
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 2, 2021
As the spring of 2020 was preparing for its big debut, so were the Diamond ladies. Jennifer was preparing to premiere her show LET ME BE ME, and Leia Diamond was getting ready to debut... period. The daughter of Jennifer and her husband Rob was in Las Vegas, waiting to be born by way of a surrogate with whom the impending parents had spent months cultivating a relationship, working together to make the miracle of parenting a reality. When the global health crisis hit the shores of these United States, Diamond's show went the same direction of every other live entertainment opportunity - the back burner. Not so for Leia - she was going to have her inaugural bow, no matter what was happening in world affairs; pandemic or no, Baby Girl Diamond was on her way.
by Michael Major - Dec 2, 2021
'Great Performances – Reopening: The Broadway Revival' is hosted by NY1's Frank DiLella. Kristin Chenoweth, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lea Salonga, Sara Bareilles and more are featured in the new documentary with and with exclusive footage from Aladdin, Wicked, Jagged Little Pill, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Phantom of the Opera, and Waitress.
by Student Blogger: Sydni Dichter - Dec 2, 2021
The love of storytelling continued throughout Edoardo’s life, and it continues now as he finishes his first half of his senior year at NYU Tisch Drama’s Experimental Theatre Wing. Today, Edoardo identifies as primarily a playwright and director, but he also enjoys acting, dancing, and choreographing. He just put on his first show, Vanity, in NYC!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 2, 2021
 The Broadway community mourns the loss of prolific composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim, who passed away on November 26, 2021 at age 91. To commemorate his life and work, the Committee of Theatre Owners will dim the lights of Broadway theatres in New York for one minute on Wednesday, December 8 at exactly 6:30pm.