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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 9, 2021
Classic Stage Company today announced that it has added three weeks of performances to its highly anticipated production of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s Assassins, directed by CSC’s Tony Award-winning artistic director, John Doyle.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 9, 2021
Opening Thursday night, November 11 and continuing for five performances through Sunday, November 14, Ragtime – the musical by Stephen Flaherty (music), Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) and Terrance McNally (book) which, in turn, is based upon E.L. Doctorow’s 1975 novel of the same name – promises to be a grand undertaking, which hopefully will blow away the cobwebs and the dust that’s collected in the past year-and-a-half during which the theater was dark and the company strived to remain relevant and productive amidst all the challenges that ensued.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 7, 2021
Theaters around the world are coming all together... soon. Next weekend, November 12-15, theatrical licensor Music Theatre International launches All Together Now!: A Global Event Celebrating Local Theatre. This worldwide fundraising event celebrates the return of live theatre and allows organizations around the world to locally produce and perform an exclusive musical revue featuring songs from MTI's beloved shows.
by Vikki Jane Vile - Nov 6, 2021
Sir Peter Wright's Giselle is one of the Royal Ballet's most recognisable productions and offers the most coveted of roles for any ballerina. But it is Natalia Osipova who treats opening night audiences to her take on the role - and what a captivating and very complete experience it is.
by Audrey Morabito - Nov 5, 2021
One of the things that drew me to Houston theatre as a young audience member was when I began to recognize the faces onstage. After spending some time in Houston, you start to recognize the same smiling, singing faces (and make a habit of looking forward to seeing their name appear in your program!) This week, I had the pleasure of chatting with one of these familiar faces, the lovely Susan Koozin! We talked about her start in Houston theatre, the joy of SISTER ACT, and how it feels to return to the stage after all this time.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 5, 2021
Currently on stage at Woodstock Arts (formerly Elm Street Cultural Arts Village) is the musical production of Dogfight, a romantic and heartbreaking theatrical journey inspired by the veteran experience of the Vietnam War and the 1991 Warner Brothers film. A young soldier learns empathy when he plays a cruel joke on an unsuspecting girl.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 5, 2021
The New York City Gay Men's Chorus is thrilled to announce its return to the rehearsal room. On Monday, November 1, 51 members gathered at P.S. 11 in Chelsea, Manhattan, to sing for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Jim Munson - Nov 5, 2021
BroadwayWorld talks to director Elkhanah Pulitzer about her new production of Henry Purcell's Baroque masterpiece 'Dido and Aneas' which marks Opera San Jose's return to live performances November 13th to 28th.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 29, 2021
Chester Theatre Company has received a gift of $25,000 from Richard and Carol Seltzer to support the company's Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Karen and Chuck Schader have joined the Seltzers in making a $5000 donation. Both Carol Seltzer and Karen Schader serve on CTC's Board.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 29, 2021
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre invites you inside the rehearsal room with exclusive new rehearsal photographs for this year’s spectacular family pantomime CINDERELLA from Saturday 4 December 2021 – Sunday 9 January 2022.  
by Gil Kaan - Nov 26, 2021
The national tour of A CHRISTMAS CAROL lands at the Ahmanson November 30, 2021. Winner of five Tony Awards, this perennial holiday classic stars Bradley Whitford, Kate Burton and Alex Newell, with a supporting cast which includes Chante Carmel, Dashiell Eaves, Brandon Gill, Evan Harrington, Chris Hoch, Sarah Hunt, Alex Nee, Sebastian Ortiz, Cade Robertson, Brett Ryback, Harry Thornton, Glory Yepassis-Zembrou and Grace Yoo. Had a lovely phoner with Glory on what led her to this, her debut Equity gig.
by Tara Bennett - Nov 26, 2021
For a quarter of a century, Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece RENT has inspired us to choose love over fear and to live without regret. Its immeasurable emotional impact has forever changed the world of musical theatre.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 26, 2021
Portland Stage has canceled its 25th Anniversary live, in-theater production of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens due to the rise in COVID-19 community transmission coupled with breakthrough cases within its community. A digital on-demand stream will be available for viewing from December 18 through January 4. 
by Virag Dombay - Nov 24, 2021
shake & stir's A Christmas Carol runs from the 2nd-24th of December at the Playhouse, QPAC
by Martin Ganeider - Nov 24, 2021
When this interview got posted for the first time, Hamburg has been only a few weeks afar from the German Opening Night of J.K. Rowlings Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Life sometimes goes mysterious ways, the C-Virus forced the world to take a break, but now, the theatres are back and so is Markus Schöttl, Hamburgs Harry Potter. Enjoy the interview we did before everything got canceled. Dive into the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 23, 2021
Chester Theatre Company has announced the receipt of a gift of $25,000 from Richard and Carol Seltzer to support the company's Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. 
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Nov 23, 2021
The duo, who will soon step into the roles of Jenna and Dr. Pomatter respectively, shared a video of them singing the beautiful duet 'Bad Idea,' which happens at the end of act one between their characters. Joshua Henry will join Ciara Renée, who begins her run as Jenna on Thursday, November 25.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 22, 2021
Classic Stage Company will present a new live installment of its popular series Classic Conversations in connection with its recently extended, wildly sold-out production of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s Assassins, directed by CSC’s Tony Award-winning artistic director, John Doyle.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2021
Students and performers from performing arts public high schools in Los Angeles, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, and one youth theater in New York, concepted and produced their own unique rendition of the iconic musical ballad, “Louder than Words,” from tick, tick,..BOOM!, a biographical retelling of Larson’s life.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 19, 2021
The Centre des musiciens du monde will host its first Autumn Musical Encounters in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Observatory for Creation and Research in Music attached to the Université de Montréal's Faculty of Music. The idea behind these gatherings is to offer a new annual event that would invite a reflection on specific social issues stimulated by the dialogue between its different actors coming from artistic, academic, and social circles. 
by Tara Bennett - Nov 18, 2021
You only had to hear and see the standing ovation that greeted the curtain call for GODSPELL at Theatre Baton Rouge last Thursday to see what a gift Clay Donaldson has for bringing an ensemble together to have audiences clapping and cheering. It’s a creation of joy in a time when we all could use a little.
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - Nov 18, 2021
This performance marked my first time on that stage, physically and figuratively, since the pandemic. Just a few too many firsts for one slightly overwhelmed understudy. The moment before my first scene was rough. I felt completely vulnerable, a far cry from the way I usually feel while performing. During the first scene, I actually went on a kind of autopilot. I just let my work take over while I mentally got used to the feeling of an audience again. I was shaking as I walked offstage. That rocked me. I loved theatre more than anything in the world. Why was I so nervous?
by Stephi Wild - Nov 18, 2021
Images have been released from the rehearsal room of Jack and the Beanstalk. Starring as Dame Daisy Trot, Olivier award-winner Clive Rowe also co-directs this production alongside fellow Hackney panto veteran Tony Whittle, who plays Councillor Higginbottom.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 18, 2021
Bristol Old Vic and the Wardrobe Ensemble today released images from inside (and outside) the rehearsal room for their Christmas adventure, Robin Hood: Legend of the Forgotten Forest. 
by - Nov 17, 2021
Today's top stories include full casting announced for Annie Live! Plus, we're taking you inside Company's first performance back on Broadway with photos and videos from the big night. Additionally, check out photos from the Spring Awakening reunion concert, and the New York premiere of tick, tick...BOOM!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 17, 2021
The wait is over! Dundee Rep is back to spread Christmas cheer this holiday season with a thrilling reimagining of A Christmas Carol, directed by the Rep's Artistic Director Andrew Panton.
by Michael Major - Nov 16, 2021
The shadowy noir song Rolling Stone called a 'hazy dream,' was co-written by My Morning Jacket's guitarist Carl Broemel. It comes from a milestone new album and full-length performance film called MEMPHIS ICE. Watch the new video now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2021
The Untitled Othello Project, an ensemble of artists engaged in an in-depth, touring interrogation of the play, begins a two-week theatre residency at Sacred Heart University to explore the intriguing question of the viability of producing the play today.
by Student Blogger: Claudia Quintero - Nov 15, 2021
Tomorrow I start my fourth and last week of rehearsals before Tech Week, which gets me excited, nervous, thankful and anxious. I have to admit, even if I love my rehearsals, my cast and directors, being in a room for 8 hours every day is such a challenge. I've been reflecting on this a lot and I want to share some tips and thoughts that come from my experience and heart to help you have a smooth rehearsal process whenever you need it.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 15, 2021
BroadwayWorld spoke with Nana Mensah, who is currently starring in Jocelyn Bioh's Off-Broadway play Nollywood Dreams. Her film Queen of Glory, which she wrote, stars in, and directed, is wracking up awards at every festival it's shown at, including the Tribeca Film Festival, Champs-Élysées Film Festival, and more.
by Rachel Weinberg - Nov 12, 2021
Chicago native and recent Northwestern graduate Alexa Xioufaridou Moster reflects on making her national tour debut in PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL and why she’s excited to return to her hometown when the tour arrives here in December.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 12, 2021
Dallas Theater Center has announced the addition of several full-time resident artists! Zachary J. Willis, Christina Austin Lopez, and Bob Hess join the Diane and Hal Brierley Resident Acting Company. while Jonathan Norton, DTC playwright-in-residence, has been promoted to a full-time staff member!
by Lorens Portalatin - Nov 12, 2021
Dallas Theater Center has announced the addition of several full-time resident artists!
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 11, 2021
The Art Attack Foundation will be offering the “Graciela Danielle Dance Scholarship” effective February 2022. The scholarship fund has been named for Tony Award winning Choreographer and Dancer, Graciela Daniele. The scholarship will be open to dancers of all disciplines (14 to 20 years of age) and is being embraced by the dance community with LA Dance Magic and the Broadway Dance Center both contributing initial donations to the scholarship fund. 
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 10, 2021
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents the second audio drama in its hybrid season, THE THREE MUSKETEERS, available to stream or download beginning November 23.
by Student Blogger: Erica Lambert - Nov 1, 2021
We received such a great response from the audience. It was great to receive such a positive response for something all of the cast and the director/writer himself put so much hard work into! We created an original production in seven weeks. Plus, it was the first live performance back at my school since the COVID-19 outbreak. Being a part of this production was such a breath of fresh air, wholesome, fun, and positive experience. This really made me see a different side to what theater can be when we forego 'normal'. If you ever get the opportunity to work on a new production you should go for it!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 1, 2021
When Vanguard Theater Company chose Next to Normal as the company's opening production in its new Montclair theater (performances begin November 10), founding Artistic Director Janeece Freeman Clark wanted to take a fresh look at the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning musical.
by Audrey Morabito - Dec 8, 2021
This week Theatre Under the Stars opens their fabulous holiday show, THE LITTLE MERMAID! This classic undersea tale is packed full of Houston theatre favorites, including the lovely Carla Woods! Returning to the stage as 'Sebastian', Woods gave BroadwayWorld insight on her past roles at TUTS, stepping into 'Sebastian', and some behind-the-scenes stories!
by Stephi Wild - Dec 8, 2021
The Playwright's Laboratory streams rehearsed readings of new plays for an international audience of industry professionals, with the aim of securing new opportunities for those plays.
by Neil Shurley - Dec 6, 2021
'We try to keep the audience on the edge of their seat, wondering what 80s hit they'll get to sing and dance to next.'
by Student Blogger: Paige Rosko - Dec 2, 2021
No matter what someone does in the theater, respect them. We are all working people trying to do what we love. No matter if it is the dramaturg or the technical director or the lead actor or the front of house manager: we are all here. Every single person in the theater has put their life-blood into making it work and there is no reason why anyone should feel like they do not deserve to be there or that their work is not useful to the company.
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 Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Dec 2, 2021
Earlier this week, executive producer of Annie Live, Neil Meron, took over our Instagram to answering fan questions about putting together NBC's latest live TV musical. Wondering why the producers chose Annie for right now? How about the best part about filming in New York? Meron answers all of these questions and more here.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 2, 2021
Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples' premier professional theatre, officially celebrated groundbreaking on its long-anticipated state-of-the-art Baker Theatre and Education Center on Wednesday, December 1. This celebration gathered vanguard donors, city officials, and other guests to kick off the next stage of the project with speeches and performances from Broadway star Lora Lee Gayer, Nick Duckart who currently stars in the national tour of “Come From Away,” and music director Michael Hicks. 
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Dec 1, 2021
Over the past week, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to cover the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for BroadwayWorld’s Student Blog Center. As a part of this process I attended performance rehearsals, the balloon inflation, and of course, the parade itself! Read on to find out more about what it’s like to spend a week with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
by Gigi Gervais - Dec 1, 2021
On Saturday, December 11, Traveling Players presents their Class Showcase at their Studio in Tysons Corner Center.  It will feature a mixture of theatrical scenes, improvisational sketches, and advanced monologues, performed by acting students in grades 4-12.
by Gigi Gervais - Dec 1, 2021
Chocolate Ballerina Company, a service organization which supports the hidden talents in youth and adult artists of color in the Philadelphia region, is proud to announce the premiere of the region's first ever all-Black production of The Nutcracker.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 1, 2021
SDSU's Musical Theatre program presents Steel Pier from December 2 – 7, 2021. Steel Pier marks the first SDSU musical presented to in-person audiences since the pandemic began two years ago.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 1, 2021
The Cleveland Orchestra's free, annual concert in celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. takes place in the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Concert Hall at Severance Music Center on Sunday, January 16, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. led by Associate Conductor Vinay Parameswaran featuring soprano Jacqueline Echols.