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The Royalist - 1860 - Broadway

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Wallack's Theatre

(New York, NY)
844 Broadway
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by Christina Mancuso - Nov 27, 2013
'The Frown of Fortune: A Luke Tremayne Adventure...A French Affair 1653' by Geoff Quaife (published by Trafford Publishing) follows a hit man who protects the interests of Lord General Oliver Cromwell against conspirators and criminals and excels in uncovering the many murderers that cross his path. In this riveting novel, plans for him to be an agent at the Royalist court go astray and instead, he finds himself engrossed in the intrigues and murders surrounding a French aristocrat.
by Steve Callahan - Mar 4, 2016
High passion and sheer unrestrained melodrama overflow in Verdi's 'Il Trovatore,' the current offering by Winter Opera St. Louis. And the voices are glorious! Once again Winter Opera has assembled a sterling group of singers. Caruso once said that all it takes for a successful performance of 'Trovatore' is the four greatest singers in the world. I'm not sure if the judges' ballots are all in yet, but the singers of the four principal roles in this production would seem to be right up there among the finalists.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 19, 2012
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) has just announced the Company for David Adjmi's new play, Marie Antoinette, directed by Rebecca Taichman, with choreography by Karole Armitage, in a co-production with Yale Repertory Theatre. The production begins previews on Saturday, September 1, and runs through Saturday, September 29, with press opening on Friday, September 7 at 7:00pm.
by Shari Barrett - Jun 16, 2015
The musical expands on the many motifs raised in the novel while offering a fresh perspective on the nearly thousand-paged piece of literature. Originally written as a three-hour production, thankfully the Fringe show has been edited down to two. Those not familiar with the novel, however, may find themselves a bit lost in Act I given all the time shifts between the many scenes, but everything becomes much easier to follow once Act II kicks into gear. Ultimately it is a tale of love, loss, and extreme agony coupled by an undeniable thirst for retribution set in France in the mid-1800's when women's lives were set by the man they married and little else.
by Christina Mancuso - Jun 10, 2015
Dubbed the Queen of Bel Canto singing by European critics, celebrated Australian operatic export Jessica Pratt returns home for one performance only in Victorian Opera's I Puritani at Hamer Hall on Thursday 2 July. 
by Kelsey Denette - Jul 30, 2012
he American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) has announced additional casting information for David Adjmi's new play, Marie Antoinette, directed by Rebecca Taichman, with choreography by Karole Armitage, in a co-production with Yale Repertory Theatre. Marie Antoinette begins previews on Saturday, September 1, and runs through Saturday, September 29, with press opening on Friday, September 7 at 7:30pm.
by Andrew White - Jul 27, 2019
Richard Byrne's latest effort, An Evening with Lola Montez, is as intricately-constructed a play and persona as you can possibly imagine, and actor Mary Murphy personifies to perfection the low-born Irish divorcée who became a sensation through little more than grit, and a determination to rise above her wretched circumstances.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2015
Dubbed the Queen of Bel Canto singing by European critics, celebrated Australian operatic export Jessica Pratt returns home for one performance only in Victorian Opera's I Puritani at Hamer Hall tonight 2 July. 
by Julie Musbach - Jul 12, 2018
Verdi's blazing depiction of life on the edge, Il Trovatore, returns in Sir David McVicar's compelling production for the Metropolitan Opera. The production features Jennifer Rowley as the noble heroine, Leonora, Yonghoon Lee as the troubadour who loves her, Quinn Kelsey and Luca Salsi as his rival, and Anita Rachvelishvili as the gypsy Azucena, whose bloodthirsty curse propels the story. Marco Armiliato conducts. See it on the big screen in HD at The Ridgefield Playhouse on Sunday, July 29 at 6:30pm, part of Benchmark Senior Living at Ridgefield Crossings Classical Series with support from The Ridgefield Press and Whistle Stop Bakery and underwritten by Lori and John Berisford, Jeanne Cook, Liz and Steven Goldstone & Sabina and Walter Slavin.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2013
Capolavori Productions, Inc. will present the World Premiere of THE RED AND THE BLACK written and directed by Deloss Brown. The play is based on Stendhal's 1830 classic novel, Le Rouge et le Noir. Previews begin tonight, January 18 at The Theatre at St. Clement's with opening night slated for January 23, 2013.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2012
Capolavori Productions, Inc. will present the World Premiere of THE RED AND THE BLACK written and directed by Deloss Brown. The play is based on Stendhal's 1830 classic novel, Le Rouge et le Noir. Previews begin January 18 at The Theatre at St. Clement's with opening night slated for January 23, 2013.
by Perry Tannenbaum - Aug 21, 2017
Shakespeare Carolina takes a bold step in their adaptation of Dumas's swashbuckling MAN IN THE IRON MASK, casting two women as the twin brothers who claim the title of Louis XIV.