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by A.A. Cristi - Nov 24, 2021
Lost Nation Theater and Willem Lange are back!  Beloved Yankee Storyteller Willem Lange joins Lost Nation Theater as he performs his reading of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story,  7pm. Friday December 17. This time, not only is Willem live on-stage, an-in-person audience is in the theater too!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 22, 2021
The New London Barn Playhouse has announced the season lineup of performances for its 90th summer season beginning in early June 2022! 
by Stephi Wild - Nov 17, 2021
BroadwayWorld has learned that director, playwright, screenwriter, and librettist James Lapine has signed with WME in all areas.
by Stephi Wild - May 5, 2022
The highly acclaimed multi-sensory series, DARKFIELD, is making its long-awaited return to Melbourne from 26 May, where all four of its shipping container experiences - SÉANCE, FLIGHT, COMA and EULOGY - will engulf audiences in complete darkness and challenge their grasp on reality.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 4, 2022
This free festival, running May 16–22, explores and celebrates new voices in American Theater. With workshops, a panel discussion, and talk-backs—both in-person and online—the New Work Festival strengthens TheaterWorks Hartford’s commitment to the development of important new plays.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 3, 2022
TheaterWorks Hartford is thrilled to present the 2022 edition of its New Work Festival. This free festival, running May 16–22, explores and celebrates new voices in American Theater. With workshops, a panel discussion, and talk-backs—both in-person and online—the New Work Festival strengthens TheaterWorks Hartford’s commitment to the development of important new plays. Participants include playwrights Brooke Berman, Melissa Crespo & Sarah Saltwick, Terry Guest, and James Anthony Tyler who are joined by directors Shariffa Ali, Michael Barakiva, Mikael Burke, and Caitlin Sullivan. Reservations are required and can be made at www.twhartford.org.
by Drew Eberhard - May 27, 2022
A Skeptic and a Bruja by Rosa Fernandez makes its world premiere with Urbanite Theatre in Sarasota, and in Cooperation with freeFall Theatre Company across the bay. The last time freeFall worked in conjuncture with another company was their collaboration with the Hippodrome and their production of Lone Star Spirits, and more recently with their staging of Ebony Rep’s Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill. In speaking with Matthew McGee, freeFall’s Marketing Coordinator, he mentioned this is something the folks at freeFall will continue to explore with future seasons. I for one can attest with first-hand knowledge that this is something that freeFall should continue to do.
by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2022
Folger Theatre returns to live performances this summer with one of William Shakespeare's most magical and beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night's Dream. This romantic and mischievous romp will be produced as part of the National Building Museum's Summer Block Party on stage at The Playhouse that is being built from the ground up inside the Museum's majestic Great Hall.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2022
Pasadena Playhouse has announced the 2022/2023 Season featuring a six-month-long celebration of the works and impact of Stephen Sondheim.  The State Theater of California’s Sondheim Celebration will begin in January 2023 and extend into June.  Find out what shows are included and the full schedule.
by A.A. Cristi - May 15, 2022
Behind the scenes on 'About Time' from Mrs. Doubtfire on Broadway straight from Rob McClure. In BroadwayWorld's Showstoppers series, we're unpacking what goes into creating and performing some of Broadway's most ovation-worthy numbers.
by Luke Evans - May 11, 2022
For a messily scripted white-comfort piece, Jersey Boys sure can make for an effective toe-tapping diversion from the ever-encroaching dread that is life in the 2020s. The breezy performances and energetic vocals on display at Theatre Under the Stars work double time to distract you from the material’s flaws.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 1, 2022
The country music community was rocked today with the tragic news of the sudden passing of country music giant Naomi Judd. Hailing from the Appalachian foothills of Ashland, Ky., mother and daughter duo, The Judds, were first discovered by RCA label head Joe Galante in 1983 after landing a spot on WSM-TV’s 'The Ralph Emery Show.'
by Erik Bailey - Mar 4, 2022
When I walked into the ART for OCEAN FILIBUSTER, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I knew that this was going to be a performance about the climate crisis. However, I don’t think anything could have prepared me for the two hour and fifteen minute spectacle I was about to witness. 
by Review Roundups - Mar 3, 2022
The Donmar Warehouse is presenting Shakespeare's Henry V, led by Game of Thrones star Kit Harington. Performances run through 9 April 2022.
by Review Roundups - Mar 28, 2022
Signature Theatre just celebrated opening night of the New York Premiere of Confederates.  Written by Dominique Morisseau and directed by Stori Ayers, Confederates is running at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre through April 17, 2022.
by Helge Arnoldt - Mar 21, 2022
After a long run production in Niedernhausen in 1995, Sunset Boulevard has returned frequently in many local theatre productions throughout Germany. The stage adaption of Billy Wilder’s film tells the story of Norma Desmond, a glamorous diva and celebrated star during the silent movie era who lives seclusively and forgotten in a luxury villa on Sunset Boulevard. When she meets Joe Gillis by coincidence, an ambitious but unsuccessful screenwriter, she hires him on the spot to review her own script. Very soon, Joe Gillis finds himself trapped in a spiral of feeding his own ambition by founding false hopes.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 10, 2022
Multiple GRAMMY-nominated harpist Yolanda Kondonassis announces FIVE MINUTES for Earth, her new album that both celebrates our planet and illuminates the challenge to preserve it, available worldwide from Azica Records on April 1, 2022.
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Jun 7, 2022
“Marc Robin ‘s vision for this production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC is that of a joyful, hopeful child,” says Hanley Smith, the actress who makes her debut as Maria von Trapp this week as Maine State Music Theatre kicks off its “Revival Season.” Describing the lens through which director/choreographer Robin views the piece, she continues, “This production comes from a very joyful, youthful place at the same time that there is an awareness of the weight and import of the story. In the face of deep darkness in the world, the light becomes all the brighter. Marc knows how to create both those worlds and the battle between them and make you really want the light to win. And you believe it CAN win. And that is not naïveté; that is an act of courage.”
by Harker Jones - Jun 22, 2022
What did our critic think? Audiences can’t help but compare and contrast, especially when the production is jumping through hoops to remind us of what made the film special. That becomes a bigger problem when the show itself fails on its own merits. While remaining faithful to its source material, PRETTY WOMAN lacks all of the fizz that made the film such a sensation.
by Jim Munson - Jun 2, 2022
BroadwayWorld talks to Ashley Garlick, who is starring as Babe in 42nd Street Moon's new production of the Golden Age musical comedy 'The Pajama Game,' running live in San Francisco June 2 to 19.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2022
The GB Public Theater 2022 mainstage opens with Public Speaking 101 (July 14 - July 24) a fun, turn-the-tables  comedy by the much loved, wonderfully accomplished and always engaging Berkshire-based playwright Mark St. Germain.
by Jim Munson - Jul 5, 2022
BroadwayWorld talks to playwright Jessica Dickey about TheatreWorks Silicon Valley's world premiere production of her frank and funny play 'Nan and the Lower Body' running July 13 to August 7 in Palo Alto.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 4, 2022
What did our critic think of I KNOW THINGS NOW: MY LIFE IN SONDHEIM'S WORDS at The Laurie Beechman Theatre?
by Barry Lenny - Jan 5, 2022
An exuberant and entertaining production of Twelfth Night.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 29, 2022
The Vancouver International Film Festival announced this year’s Black History Month programme, taking place at the VIFF Centre throughout February. Black History Month at VIFF offers audiences an opportunity to engage with Black stories from a range of Black voices from around the world, as well as the richness of international nuanced and empowered Black filmmaking.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 28, 2022
The Hangar Theatre has announced its full 2022 Summer Season lineup. Artistic Director Shirley Serotsky (she/her) and Managing Director R.J. Lavine (they/she) are working with the Hangar staff to produce a roster of Mainstage theatrical experiences that include an unprecedented four musical theatre offerings, three regional premieres, and a diverse and exciting range of stories, that will take audiences around the world.
by Natalia Jarczynska - Jan 26, 2022
The show is based on the concept that house is a man. If you leave a house you can watch yourself from outside and who knows what you would see?
by Stephi Wild - Jan 17, 2022
Discover what our friends from across the North Sea have to say in Nordic Exposure.  This spring, the beloved creative and cultural hub Jacksons Lane brings the very best in circus, theatre and family shows from the Nordic countries directly to the heart of North London – all for £10 and under. Across March and April, artists will be welcomed from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and The Faroe Islands to share with us their beautiful, thrilling and often emotional work.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 11, 2022
Broken Nose Theatre, one of Chicago's premier Pay-What-You-Can theatre companies, is pleased to welcome back live audiences this winter with the world premiere of Eric Reyes Loo's drama This Is Only a Test, directed by Toma Tavares Langston. This all-too-prescient view of the future our youth may be inheriting will play February 11 – March 12, 2022 at BNT's resident home.
by - Feb 24, 2022
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 2/24/2022 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 24, 2022
Connecting Chicago audiences with the widest possible range of today’s new music , the CSO MusicNOW series continues on March 14 with a “Night of Song” at the Harris Theater. Curated by CSO Mead Composer-in-Residence Jessie Montgomery, the program offers a celebration of art song today, with the world premiere of a new CSO MusicNOW commission from Damien Geter, a 2018 song cycle by Dale Trumbore and world premiere arrangements of works by Ayanna Woods and Shawn Okpebholo.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 21, 2022
The National Tour of the Tony and Grammy Award Beautiful-The Carole King Musical, is coming to the Academy of Music February 22 - 27, 2022! The long-running hit charts legendary singer-songwriter and hit-making machine Carole King's journey from the start of her career as a young woman in the music industry, to the ultimate heights of stardom.
by BWW Staff - Feb 15, 2022
Broken Nose Theatre, one of Chicago’s premier Pay-What-You-Can theatre companies, is pleased to welcome back live audiences this winter with the world premiere of Eric Reyes Loo’s drama This Is Only a Test, directed by Toma Tavares Langston.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 1, 2022
Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical have announced the seventh edition of Neighboring Scenes, the annual wide-ranging showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema featuring established auteurs as well as fresh talent from the international festival scene, February 24–28.  
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 6, 2021
The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center has announced Alice Cooper with special guest Buckcherry will perform in Thrivent Hall on March 31, 2022. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. performance at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center start at $44.50 and go on sale Friday, December 10 at 10 a.m.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 6, 2021
Lantern Theater Company will welcome back audiences with a remount of its original adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, commissioned and developed through the Lantern's New Play Program and co-created by Philadelphia theater artists Anthony Lawton, Christopher Colucci, and Thom Weaver.
by Student Blogger: Madalyn Macko - Dec 29, 2021
Lauren Thomas is a student studying Stage Management within her BFA in Technical Theatre. She successfully closed a production of Songs for a New World recently, and her outstanding work needed to be a highlighted and exemplified. Lauren discussed the things she learned, her challenges, and her best advice for fellow stage managers.
by Student Blogger: MC Chocolate - Dec 27, 2021
The original musical is by Jonathan Larson, but you have to acknowledge all the style and heart that Lin-Manuel Miranda adds to his work in Netflix's tick, tick... BOOM! Clearly, this was a tribute Miranda paid to one of the songwriters who changed the Broadway industry. Rent is one of those heartbreaking and joyful stories about youth. This theme is reflected in tick, tick... BOOM! with good music, choreography and the excellent performance of Andrew Garfield. With many cameos from the Broadway industry and witty lines full of irony and emotion, TTB does a pretty good job highlighting the original stage show. It may even cause you to shed a few tears.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 23, 2021
The incomparable and important music industry warrior is enjoying a run at his own club, presenting the life and legend of Judy Garland in song.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 18, 2021
Thirty-six years later, Karen Mason and Brian Lasser's holiday concert is as good as ever... better than before, and essential to the holiday season.
by Fiona Scott - Dec 15, 2021
Ria Jones is known for her roles in musicals, most recently Sunset Boulevard at Leicester Curve and Gypsy at Royal Exchange, Manchester. She now makes her straight play debut in the Menier Chocolate Factory’s revival of Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus. We spoke with Jones about the show.
by Review Roundups - Dec 13, 2021
The revival of Kander and Ebb's CABARET, directed by Rebecca Frecknall, opened last night at the Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End. It stars Eddie Redmayne as the Emcee, Jessie Buckley as Sally Bowles and Omari Douglas as Clifford Bradshaw. Read the reviews below!
by Elizabeth James - Apr 7, 2022
THE INVISIBLE HAND by Ayad Akhtar is now playing at Gulfshore Playhouse. The story follows an American investment banker who is being held for ransom by a militant group in Pakistan and his attempt to try and find a way to get them the money and get out. 
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022
Kentwood Players proudly presents the musical FUN HOME with book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, music by Jeanine Tesori, based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, opening Friday, May 13 through Saturday, June 11, 2022 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00pm at the Westchester Playhouse, located at 8301 Hindry Avenue in Westchester, CA 90045. Please note there will be no performances over Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-28-29. 
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Apr 29, 2022
Dream Hou$e is awash in ideas, about Latinx identity, about generational wealth transfers, about gentrification, about memory versus history, about personal authenticity, about priorities, about the inherent value of things, about the TV biz, etc., etc., etc. You wouldn’t expect a package of all these things to be tied up neatly in a 90-minute performance, and it’s not. But still, this mishmash is undeniably exciting to experience, and I, along with much of the audience, walked out with a definite buzz on. The kind of buzz you get when you’ve just experienced something exciting and new.
by Melissa Hall - Apr 24, 2022
Two years ago this play, The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin, was deep in rehearsals at the Indiana Repertory Theatre. It was set to open in March 2020… and then the world shut down. Miraculously, the entire original cast has returned for this production.
by Tina St. Angelo Wetzel - Apr 22, 2022
The moment you walk into the theatre and see the 'mountains' surrounding the back walls you know exactly where you are and that you need to be here. Read our critic's review of the 2022 production.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 19, 2022
Writing from his own first-hand experiences in service and delivery jobs, Max Wilkinson wrote RAINER during lockdown in 2020 when the streets were apocalyptically quiet. The production opens the new summer season for the Arcola's acclaimed Arcola Outside space, after being developed through their Today I'm Wiser Festival in 2021.
by Review Roundups - Apr 17, 2022
Read the reviews for Steppenwolf's production of Tracy Letts' new play THE MINUTES which opened on Broadway at Studio 54, starring Ian Barford, Blair Brown, Cliff Chamberlain, K. Todd Freeman, Tracy Letts, Danny McCarthy, Jessie Mueller, Sally Murphy, Austin Pendleton, Noah Reid, Jeff Still.
by Review Roundups - Apr 11, 2022
The Old Vic just celebrated opening night of the world premiere production of Mike Bartlett's viciously funny The 47th, directed by Rupert Goold and co-produced with Sonia Friedman Productions and Annapurna Theatre.

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The Moment When has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1999.