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Hudson Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
141 W. 44th St.
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by Martin Ganeider - Oct 28, 2021
THE SECRET PARTY has landed in Austria. Wolfgang Ebners VINDOBONA transformed into a 1968 Paris Night Club. The One Person Musical revue, written for four Characters is an homage to the Master of Modern Chansons, Jacques Brel. His music inspired millions of people and artists like David Bowie.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 28, 2021
'night Mother explores a mother and a daughter's lives, relationships and up-to-the-minute life defining choices with unblinking honesty, raw humour and suspense.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 28, 2021
Speakeasy - Times Square, an all-in-one immersive mixology experience that combines the worlds of burlesque, cirque, illusionists, and musical theater with a decadent cocktail, dining, and nightclub experience, will return by popular demand after a sold-out summer engagement.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 28, 2021
Power Station at BerkleeNYC, formerly known as Avatar Studios and The Power Station, officially reopened on the evening of Wednesday, October 27 with a celebration of music, art, and reflection on the historic recording facility.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2021
 The Institute's aim is to bring together dancers, choreographers and directors around the world to experience the master teachers of color whose practices are embedded in the community and are focused on advancing the art of dance that transform the personal, environmental and metaphysical spaces. 
by Michael Major - Oct 25, 2021
Dream Theater – comprised of James LaBrie, John Petrucci, Jordan Rudess, John Myung and Mike Mangini - release the video for “Awaken The Master” is a frenetic, high-definition CGI marvel from long-time collaborator Wayne Joyner. Watch the new music video now!
by Jason Davis - Oct 23, 2021
A wild ride of naughty night club numbers, love affairs, and smuggling, overshadowed by the rise of Nazi power in Germany, create a night filled with strong and mixed emotions. Susquehanna Stage's production of Cabaret captured this spirit and entertained theater goers.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 22, 2021
Inspired by Fehinti Balogun's experiences in environmental activism, Can I Live? is a specially filmed performance prompting an urgent conversation about the lack of diversity at the heart of the British climate movement.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 22, 2021
The popular series that rethinks and reinvents famous songs is back for another go-round.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 22, 2021
The Los Angeles Master Chorale, led by Grant Gershon, Kiki & David Gindler Artistic Director, is continuing its 2021-22 season with Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil, and the highly anticipated return of beloved holiday favorites, Festival of Carols, Handel’s Messiah, and the 40th Annual Messiah Sing-Along.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 9, 2021
New England Conservatory faculty members Mehmet Ali Sanlıkol, Jason Moran and Nasheet Waits andalumni Jamie Branch and Felipe Salles have each been awarded 2021 Jazz Road Creative Residencies Grants of up to $40,000 from South Arts. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 8, 2021
Multiple Grammy/Emmy Award winner Gordon Goodwin returns to forefront of adventurous compositions and modern jazz with 'The Reset,' an urgent and topical 5-song EP, a bold foray into the intersection of composition and improvisation, a futuristic excursion brimming with purpose and cursive.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 6, 2021
Camerata New York, now in its 21st year, kicks off its season as resident orchestra of New York's landmark St. Jean Baptiste Church on Thursday, Dec. 2 at 6:30PM with a unique performance of all five Beethoven Piano concertos in one evening!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 6, 2021
On November 19, Theatre of Yugen's NOHSpace reopens with live performances of traditional Japanese Kyogen plays. The company will present two classical pieces to be performed in English. Both are quintessential works of Kyogen, the 600 year-old comedic Japanese theatre form.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 5, 2021
NAI-NI CHEN DANCE COMPANY has announced The Bridge Virtual Dance Institute of boundary-breaking dance experiences Free One-Hour Company Class on Zoom Open to All Dancers at an Intermediate to Advanced Level November 8-11, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 4, 2021
Former stars of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, Ian Waite and Vincent Simone, are heading to Theatre Royal Winchester on Sunday 21 November with their show Act 2 – The Ballroom Boys.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 4, 2021
An extension has been announced of the critically-acclaimed production of ASSEMBLE, created by David Blackman, Talya Chalef, and Jess Kaufman. ASSEMBLE, a self-guided socially distanced, solo experience will continue at a location in Brooklyn, to be revealed post-ticket purchase.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 30, 2021
On Wednesday, December 1, YELLOW SOUND LABEL will release Sondheim Unplugged: The NYC Sessions – Volume One, the opening salvo of a monumental three-volume set dedicated to the oeuvre of iconic musical theater composer Stephen Sondheim.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 3, 2021
The Lesher Center for the Arts announces the stellar lineup for its Headliners series, kicking off January 7 with Grammy and multi-award-winning singer LeAnn Rimes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 29, 2021
In the theatre there is no higher honour than for theatres to dim their marquee lights at the customary curtain time, 8 pm. And that’s exactly what will happen on Tuesday, November 30 at 8 pm at the CAA Ed Mirvish, the Princess of Wales and the Royal Alexandra theatres.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 29, 2021
NAI-NI CHEN DANCE COMPANY has announced nThe Bridge Virtual Dance Institute of boundary-breaking dance experiences Free One-Hour Company Class on Zoom Open to All Dancers at an Intermediate to Advanced Level November 29- December 2, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 29, 2021
ASCAP Award-winning writer/producer Chip Deffaa's new CD, 'Irving Berlin: Love Songs and Such'--being released December 13th--features such  Broadway and cabaret  notables as  Betty Buckley, Anita Gillette, Karen Mason, Stephen Bogardus, Steve Ross, Jon Peterson.
by Peter Nason - Nov 27, 2021
The most important figure in musical theatre history is gone; let's celebrate his life by listening to his incredible works. Reviewer Peter Nason gets you started by listing his choices for the 91 greatest Sondheim songs.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 26, 2021
Shakespeare's Globe has announced this year's Christmas production, a festive re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen's The Fir Tree. The Fir Tree promises to be a magical family festive production of storytelling, puppetry, song and hope. Audiences are invited to take part in carol-singing and tree-decorating while enjoying a hot chocolate or mulled wine under the wintry star-lit sky of the Globe Theatre. 
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 Team BWW - Nov 24, 2021
Want to further your education in the arts? Temple University's Master of Fine Arts in Musical Theater Collaboration could be the program for you!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 24, 2021
Palm Beach Symphony will present an extraordinary night of music by one of the great masters of all time with Mozart’s Last Year featuring guest artist Jon Manasse at the Kravis Center on Thursday, December 2 at 7:30 p.m.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 23, 2021
Symphony Space today made livestreaming tickets available for its robust, wide-ranging 2021-22 season, realizing its ambition to emerge from the COVID-19 shutdown as an institution committed to a hybrid model, with live events streamed in real time to audiences straight from Symphony Space’s stages in Manhattan.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 22, 2021
Named for the groundbreaking African American contralto, the Marian Anderson Vocal Award recognizes a young American singer in opera, oratorio, or recital repertoire with outstanding promise for a significant career. Earlier this year, Washington National Opera (WNO) named tenor Frederick Ballentine as the 2021 recipient and will present him in concert on Tuesday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2021
J. Max Baker is continuing a family tradition of performing ONE CHRISTMAS CAROL, a solo adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol originally written by his father, Douglas H. Baker, and produced internationally in multiple productions since its Las Vegas premiere in 1995.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 19, 2021
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company has established a new dance institute through Zoom, The Bridge. 
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 18, 2021
This high-energy show from Onyx Productions, already booking fast, will be a dynamic change from panto season
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 18, 2021
During the first weekend of December, Ucross, the prestigious artist residency program in Sheridan County, will present award-winning composer and performer Steven Lutvak in a free community master class in partnership with Sheridan College and a ticketed Broadway cabaret concert at the WYO Performing Arts & Education Center. The weekend's events will also include an exclusive preview of “The Ucross Cookbook: Cooking for Artists on a Wyoming Ranch.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 17, 2021
The season continues on December 13th with Village Wooing, George Bernard Shaw's sparkling short romantic comedy. Village Wooing is the perfect antidote to the holiday blues. Celebrate Gingold's return to live in-person performances at Symphony Space with two beloved, multiple award-winning, Broadway stars, Maryann Plunkett and Jay O. Sanders.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 15, 2021
This is exactly what is needed right now: a wacky world of gods where the party never ends and everyone dances the can-can! At any rate, that is what Eurydice longs for. She is tired of the tedious Orpheus and being at his beck and call for what seems like an eternity. The time has come to say no, to laugh and to enjoy an operetta!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 15, 2021
The world’s only Western Rakugo Master, Katsura Sunshine, will return to live performances on two continents simultaneously. Beginning on December 12th, Katsura Sunshine’s Rakugo will play the West End with a year-long residency at the Leicester Square Theater and will return to New York City’s New World Stages on January 27th, 2022.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 15, 2021
As live performances return to venues throughout Southern California, Irvine Barclay Theatre welcomes a new season featuring an array of renowned performers, from iconic dancers to Grammy-winning artists, the beloved holiday classic The Nutcracker, and Emmy nominee and social commentator Fran Lebowitz, among others.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 13, 2021
Anyone who’s been even the least bit concerned about the future of musical theater, in general, or the status of Belmont University Musical Theatre, in particular, need worry no more. The multi-talented triple threats studying on the Nashville campus, under the tutelage of program coordinator Nancy Allen and her team of top-flight educators, are proof that musical theater as we know it continues to flourish even in the darkest and most difficult of times.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 12, 2021
Imagine an entire evening with duets by Mats Ek, Crystal Pite, Jiří Kylián, Sasha Waltz, Ohad Naharin and Emma Portner. The six choreographers behind Dialogues define both the present and the future in modern dance.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2021
NAI-NI CHEN DANCE COMPANY  has announced The Bridge Virtual Dance Institute of boundary-breaking dance experiences Free One-Hour Company Class on Zoom Open to All Dancers at an Intermediate to Advanced Level November 15-18, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2021
Mercury KX today released the original motion picture soundtrack to Spencer, the highly anticipated new film from director Pablo Larraín, starring Kristen Stewart in the lead role as the late Princess Diana. It is accompanied by a brand-new instrumental score composed by Jonny Greenwood.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 11, 2021
As COP26 draws to a close, Complicité, People's Palace Projects and IFAX (Indigenous Association of Upper Xingu) are calling an emergency gathering in response. Complicité will join together with attendees to share reflections from COP, hear from Indigenous people who did not have a seat at the negotiation table in Glasgow, and ask what activists and artists can do next?
by Stephi Wild - Nov 10, 2021
On November 27, 2021 the New England Music Hall of Fame (NEMHOF) www.nemhof.com   will be hosting the event “The United Gathering”. The objective for the event is to support Native American Heritage month by uniting people harmoniously through music, in conjunction with having a food drive to help those in need for the holiday season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 1, 2021
YELLOW SOUND LABEL has announced the release of Sondheim Unplugged: The NYC Sessions – Volume One, the opening salvo of a monumental three-volume set dedicated to the oeuvre of iconic musical theater composer Stephen Sondheim.
by George Weinhouse - Nov 1, 2021
For the first time in almost seven years, the Metropolitan Opera has revived Wagner's DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG.  Considered by many to be Wagner's masterpiece, today's matinee performance gave credence to that opinion.  The production is that of Otto Schenk with scenery by Gunther Schneider-Siemssen, and costumes by Rolf Langenfass.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Dec 7, 2021
Last night, Tedd Firth’s musical gifts were on FULL DISPLAY! After a long period of not performing, due to the pandemic, he reunited his Tedd Firth Trio, playing to a packed SRO room, at the BIRDLAND THEATRE.  In a space where Tedd has often played for others, the master pianist/arranger played a solo gig.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 7, 2021
Global independent music publisher Third Side Music (TSM) is excited to announce its new partnership with independent label Soundway Records and Soundway Publishing.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 6, 2021
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company announces The Bridge Virtual Dance Institute of boundary breaking dance experiences free one-hour company Class on Zoom open to all dancers at an intermediate to advanced level December 6-9, 2021.
by Elliot Lanes - Dec 2, 2021
The phrase “No one is irreplaceable” was shattered this past week when composer/lyricist/GOD of American musical theatre Stephen Sondheim passed away at age 91. Simply put, Sondheim was unique, groundbreaking and a true original that many tried to copy and never could.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 1, 2021
Sondheim Unplugged: The NYC Sessions – Volume One was released today, Wednesday, December 1, in streaming and digital formats, in addition to a 2-disc CD.