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46th Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
226 W.46th St.
by Sophie Williams - Nov 30, 2021
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Broadway's punk rock/musical theatre lovechild is on-stage at Olney Theatre Center. Following the story of an Cold War German performer with a botched sex change, Hedwig takes us through her tumultous and colorful life accompanied by energetic performances and the occasiocal standup routine.
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 27, 2021
Warm, poignant, witty, whip-smart, and heartfelt – all words that describe the works included in Kansas City Actors Theatre lineup of plays selected for 2022-2023. This is KCAT’s 18th Season of productions, showcasing the leading professional theater talent in Kansas City.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 26, 2021
Streaming online beginning Sunday, November 28, 2021, Vienna, explores the relationship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, widely considered to be the fathers of psychotherapy, whose bond and eventual breakup is expertly portrayed by Yulin (Freud) and Keach (Jung) in this World Premiere Zoom presentation.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 26, 2021
Warm, poignant, witty, whip-smart, and heartfelt – all words that describe the works included in Kansas City Actors Theatre lineup of plays selected for 2022-2023. This is KCAT’s 18th Season of productions, showcasing the leading professional theater talent in Kansas City.
by Steve Murray - Nov 19, 2021
Who doesn't enjoy a good farce? The genre's been around since recorded history, and playwright Charles L. Mee is a whiz at incorporating his influences throughout Wintertime, his comedy of the heart that sparkles with wit, charm and superb ensemble acting opening Berkeley Rep's first in-person performance in twenty long, long months.
by Angie Stanton - Nov 19, 2021
After nearly two years, the Overture Center welcomes back Broadway touring shows. There’s no better show to usher in the new season than FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with its theme of tradition, and it was a roaring success.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 8, 2022
The Historic Bakersfield Fox Theatre has been dedicated to recreating an authentic classic theatre experience since it opened ninety one years ago. Matt Spindler, the current manager of the Fox Theatre, has decided to undertake the process of acquiring a Wurlitzer organ.
by Gary Naylor - Jan 5, 2022
Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand lead Joel Coen's cinematic tour de force
by Stephi Wild - Jan 4, 2022
BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that Joan Copeland, stage and screen actress, and sister of playwright Arthur Miller, has died at age 99.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 3, 2022
Artistic Director Lauren Jonas has announced its February program featuring the world premiere of Cinderella's Wedding by Julia Adam, the Company premiere of Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux by George Balanchine, the duet from Book of Alleged Dances by Val Caniparoli and a world premiere by company dancer Michael Wells, Wayfaring Pilgrim.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 27, 2022
The Moxy Après Ski pink hot chocolate is the ideal boozy drink to warm you up from the inside out to celebration National Hot Chocolate Day.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 25, 2022
New Orleans Ballet Association will bring national treasure and international favorite American Ballet Theatre (ABT) to the Mahalia Jackson Theater on Saturday, May 14, 2022, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, May 15, 2022, at 2 p.m.
by Jennifer Broski - Jan 23, 2022
The Second Stage Theater production of Richard Greenberg's Tony Award-winning play, Take Me Out is getting ready for performances at Second Stage's Hayes Theater, where it will open  on April 4, 2022.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 21, 2022
When a much-delayed birthday concert finally premiered in November, the show sold out in record time. This week the folks who missed out had their lucky shot at joining in the celebration.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 21, 2022
Centenary Stage Company's Young Performers Workshop returns this spring from February 12 through June 5, and the deadline to apply is February 11. This is a 15-week theatre training program that will conclude with a weekend of shows performed by the students. All applicants must complete an interview with the director of the program, Michael Blevins, before registering.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 20, 2022
The visual composition draws upon the motif of the “cube”, in all kinds of possible variants that surround us. Owing to its structure and the potentialities provided by 3D visualisation, the Rubik’s Cube will represent one of the main motifs.
by Team BWW - Jan 2, 2022
2021 has come and gone, which means it's time to get excited for the new shows coming in 2022! This year will bring anticipated revivals of The Music Man and Funny Girl, the return of Beetlejuice, the arrival of new musicals A Strange Loop, Paradise Square, and many more.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 19, 2022
DPAC will host the return of The Price Is Right LiveTM stage show on April 15, 2022.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 19, 2022
As only the third American opera company in history to reach this centennial milestone, the Company’s 2022–23 Season will honor San Francisco Opera’s glorious past while inviting the public into an exciting new era of musical excellence under Kim’s music directorship and a renewed commitment to innovation.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 14, 2022
The Emmy Award-winning 1970s Saturday morning cartoon series that taught history, grammar, math and more through clever, catchy tunes is lighting up the stage of Clarksville's oldest professional theatre this month.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 13, 2022
Dragon is a brand-new piece of innovative non-verbal puppetry theatre that introduces audiences to a vivid, complex and breath-taking world.  Presented by Alphabetti Theatre and Life & Limb Puppets, this epic adventure is set in an idyllic valley ringed by mountains that protect it from the world outside, where a young child is reluctant to be taught their hunting duties and comes to learn the price of living in paradise.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 11, 2022
MPAC presents a wide range of events in February, featuring headliners like Harry Connick, Jr., jazz favorite Chris Botti, a hologram concert of Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly, the touring production of Beautiful, The Price is Right Live and much more. 
by Matt Tamanini - Jan 11, 2022
Despite the complications that a modern perspective puts on the more prickly parts of the story, you can't help but be both moved and tickled by the show's iconic, perfectly crafted R&H songs. And fortunately, the beautiful and appropriately elegant production of 'Carousel' running at Vero Beach, Fla.'s Riverside Theatre now through Jan. 23 exemplifies why shows such as these continue to be revered staples in theaters around the country.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 10, 2022
Geffen Playhouse today announced the full cast for its West Coast premiere of Power of Sail, written by Paul Grellong (The Boys, Manuscript) and directed by Weyni Mengesha (Bars and Measures, Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 10, 2022
You will soon have the chance to experience love, laughter, friendship and... puppets(!) when That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody comes to the Kimmel Cultural Campus' Merriam Theater on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. BroadwayWorld spoke with the show's Blanche, Lu Zielinski.
by Student Blogger: Brighton Horan - Jan 10, 2022
Whether it’s artsy-craftsy like my interests or something totally different (say, simply picking up a few new books to read), it’s important to find something stimulating for you to do in this time. Inactivity leads to boredom which leads to spiraling into your own thoughts and doom-scrolling.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 9, 2021
Cabaret artist and Jewish activist Ari Axelrod lends his expertise in two areas to Broadway World Cabaret in a special holiday series of reviews by guest writers.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 8, 2021
Adventure Theatre MTC will continue its golden jubilee 70th season with its holiday-centered production, which includes three shows for the price of one. ATMTC’s Winterfest runs from Nov. 19, 2021 to Jan. 2, 2022. 
by Elliot Lanes - Dec 8, 2021
World renowned singer/actress/killer soprano Sarah Brightman has a voice that is so angelic sounding it literally takes you to a higher power. Her current tour A Christmas Symphony is a prime example of Ms. Brightman’s ridiculously high and soaring vocal range.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 7, 2021
New Jersey Performing Arts Center will welcome music icon Patti LaBelle to the Prudential Hall Betty Wold Johnson on Saturday, June 25, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. One of contemporary music’s living legends, LaBelle, is a Grammy Award winning American singer, author and actress who has spent over 50 years in the music industry.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 7, 2021
The legendary life of Academy Award-winning actor, filmmaker, activist and human-rights trailblazer Sidney Poitier set to be a new Broadway play produced by Ron Gillyard (Born for This, Mr. Soul); Poitier's daughter, filmmaker Anika Poitier; and Barry Krost. 
by Paul Batterson - Dec 6, 2021
Prior to BOOK OF MORMON's release in 2011, nuns were easily the most scrutinized religious organization in the entertainment industry. On Broadway, there's THE SOUND OF MUSIC, NUNSENSE, and AGNES OF GOD to name a few while Hollywood has given us a convent full of films with Sisters making appearances in a diverse array of movies including NUNS ON THE RUN, THE BLUES BROTHERS, DOUBT, DEAD MAN WALKING, and A CHANGE OF HABIT among others. There have been singing nuns, flying nuns, pregnant nuns, baby-delivering nuns, justice-seeking nuns, and Nazi-fighting nuns. Producers and directors, need an eccentric religious figure? Get ye to a convent.
by Jay Irwin - Dec 4, 2021
Everyone has their holiday traditions, Dear Readers. Whether it’s trimming the tree or eight nights of presents, or ice skating with the ones you love, these are important events that make our holidays merry and bright. Well, last year, like with so many, our holiday traditions got replaced by staying away from everyone and many events being shut down due to … well, you know. But I’m overjoyed to say that one of my favorite holiday traditions is back this year and just as insane as ever, the annual production of “A Very Die Hard Christmas” from Jeff Schell and the folks from The Habit. Now for some bad news, the show is already completely sold out. But all is not lost as I have it on good authority from Mark Siano, the producer, writer, director, composer, and narrator of the piece, that they have a waitlist of no show tickets each night. But we’ll get into the details of that in a bit, first, to the show.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 3, 2021
As the first production of GableStage's 23rd season, The Price, draws to a close after being met with rave reviews, the award-winning theatre is excited to announce the second production of the season, Joe Papp at the Ballroom, in alliance with Yiddishkayt Initiative (YI Love Jewish) and sponsored by The Sue & Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies at the University of Miami.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 28, 2021
Continuing its tradition of performing in true rotating repertory, Asolo Repertory Theatre will kick off its 2022 rep season with the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama OUR TOWN. Thornton Wilder’s magnificent play is, at its heart, about us, and perhaps no other play rings truer today.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 22, 2021
Artistic Director Lauren Jonas has announced its February program featuring the world premiere of Cinderella's Wedding by Julia Adam, the Company premiere of Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux by George Balanchine, the duet from Book of Alleged Dances by Val Caniparoli and a world premiere by company dancer Michael Wells, Wayfaring Pilgrim.
by Tara Bennett - Dec 21, 2021
The national tour of the Tony award-winning musical HADESTOWN is getting ready to make its way down to New Orleans at the Saenger Theatre, running from December 28 through January 2.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 21, 2021
The Shaw Festival is mourning the death of Christopher Newton, former artistic director, who died peacefully yesterday morning at the age of 85. Actor, stage manager, playwright, artistic director, Mr. Newton made a momentous impact and life-long contributions to the Canadian theatre landscape and performing arts.
by Ken Kemp - Dec 21, 2021
Everybody needs a friend, and finding out if Lisa and Corduroy will become forever friends is theatrical magic.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 20, 2021
Nothing can put you in the holiday spirit quite so quickly – or so successfully – as being treated to a musical presentation filled with Christmastide tunes, performed by a swell ensemble of uber-talented performers (with some comedy bits thrown in for good measure, along with a generous dollop of onstage magic)! And when it is preceded by a delicious dinner shared with a whole slew of folks seeking to capture the warmth and camaraderie of a holiday-themed spectacle…well, can it get any better?
by Stephi Wild - Dec 20, 2021
The Music Man officially begins previews tonight on Broadway! Meet the cast bringing the iconic musical back to the stage!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 2, 2021
Actor/cabaret singer Stephanie Trudeau will return to Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, on December 30 at 7:00 PM in the updated version of her docu-cabaret musical, 'Becoming Chavela.'  Written and performed by Ms. Trudeau, the piece is more than just a musical cabaret based on the songs of legendary Mexican singer Chavela Vargas. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 17, 2021
he Joyce Theater Foundation announced today the full lineup of U.S. and international talent that will grace The Joyce’s storied stage for its Spring/Summer 2022 season. Nearly two dozen companies and dance creators will bring their unparalleled creativity and astounding artistic innovation to the iconic, intimate home for dance in New York City.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 17, 2021
The award-winning Equity professional East Lynne Theater Company  has announced its upcoming 2022 Season, both virtual and live.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 17, 2021
Due to a change in the production schedule, the first preview of the Second Stage Theater production of Richard Greenberg’s Tony Award-winning play, TAKE ME OUT, has been rescheduled for March 10, 2022. The Broadway production will officially open on April 4, 2022 at Second Stage’s Hayes Theater (240 West 44th Street). 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 16, 2021
For the second year, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) and the Coolidge Corner Theatre are teaming up to take an in-depth look at how some filmmakers have brought Shakespeare’s stories to the screen.
by Kay Kudukis - Dec 15, 2021
Pulp fiction got its name from the low-quality, pulpy paper the stories were printed on, not the content. However, 'pulp' became synonymous with trashy, back alley reading punctuated with cheap sensationalist thrills, fast-paced plot lines and bad writing. Tell that last bit to John Lange (aka Michael Crichton), Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, and Dashiell Hammett (The Thin Man, and Sam Spade) who have all had off-shoot careers in pulp.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 13, 2021
DJ Squirm-a-Lot is hosting the second annual Story Pirates New Year's Eve Party ... from the moon. Kids everywhere are invited to join the interactive adventure, which will involve story creation, songs, games and special guests from the award-winning Story Pirates Podcast.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 10, 2021
Centenary Stage Company's Young Performers Workshop will be presenting their Winter Festival of Shows from December 10 through the 19 in Centenary Stage Company's The Little Theatre. This year's shows include You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Life with Father, and 5-6-7-8! Stories that Dance.
by Jay Irwin - Dec 1, 2021
With the return of theater, we now see the return of the holiday favorites. Seattle Public Theater has two such offerings, both a departure from the usual holiday fare. We’ll get to the second one, “Die Hard”, when it returns next week. But for now, we focus on the gem that is Wayne Rawley’s “Christmastown: A Holiday Noir”. With three new cast members, the show is just as fun and thrilling as before.