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Empire Theatre

(New York, NY)
1430 Broadway (40th & 41st)
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by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 28, 2020
Research conducted by the Family Arts Campaign and Indigo, who have conducted the largest UK research study into audience intentions during Covid, suggests families are a willing and important audience segment at risk of exclusion.
by Jenny Ell - Sep 26, 2018
Not to be confused with the misunderstood silverback gorilla soon to be playing on Broadway, the Original London Cast Recording of South African musical King Kong is being released by Stage Door Records on CD this week.
by Maggie Yates - Sep 26, 2016
Trust the Duchess: It ain't over just yet. Why? Because the eliminated All-Stars are back, baby! Coco is back, and her tear-away arrival ensemble is beaded to the gods. Tatianna is back, and her boat neck mini-dress turns into a sleek, studded Selena-brassiere. Ginger is back, and what starts out as big and silver folds down into something … bigger and silverier, if that's possible. And Alyssa Edwards is back, back, back again!
by Jude Buot - Sep 18, 2019
Right after the opening night of Upstart Productions' staging of George Furth and Stephen Sondheim's beloved musical comedy Company, we found ourselves asking a similar question with what the central character, Bobby, has been trying to answer: 'What do you get?'
by Christina Mancuso - Sep 12, 2016
'Den of Thieves': a gripping and enthralling point of view that strives to destroy the corruption and evil and bring to light the glory of the Lord. 'Den of Thieves' is the creation of published author, Pascal LaFauci, a hard cold blooded young man reborn through the saving grace of the Savior, Jesus Christ.
by Robert Sokol - Oct 25, 2018
It would be easy to make FUN HOME a dour polemic about LGBT oppression from within and without, but the gifts of Kron, Tesori, Bechdel - which director Robert Kelley artfully deploys - are the moments of lightness and pure joy that make the losses all the more tragic.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2017
Opening on November 24 and running through December 23, for the 36th consecutive year, the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future will converge in Dallas' longest running and highly acclaimed dinner theatre, Pocket Sandwich Theatre.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 24, 2017
The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's joyous, time-honored celebration of the true meaning of the holidays returns for its 27th season as First Financial Bank presents Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The beloved, iconic story will be performed Nov. 22 through Dec. 30 in the Playhouse's Robert S. Marx Theatre.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 24, 2016
The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's joyous, time-honored celebration of the true meaning of the holidays, a tradition enjoyed by multiple generations of Cincinnatians each year, returns for its 26th season as U.S. Bank presents Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The beloved, iconic story will be performed Nov. 23 through Dec. 31 in the Playhouse's Robert S. Marx Theatre.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Oct 20, 2018
Paddy's: A New Music for an Old Market. The iconic Glasgow flea market is brought back to life in this new re - telling of life in Glasgow's most famous Lane. All of the banter, all of the bargains
by Allison Rambler - Oct 10, 2016
A reflection of the Broadway show that captured my heart, in honor of the closing of the North American Tour of Newsies.
by Julie Musbach - Nov 7, 2018
The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's joyous, time-honored celebration of the true meaning of the holidays returns for its 28th season as First Financial Bank presents Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The beloved, iconic story will be performed Nov. 21 through Dec. 29 in the Playhouse's Robert S. Marx Theatre. (Opening night is Nov. 23.)
by Herbert Paine - Nov 6, 2018
Following his inspired direction of THE ELEPHANT MAN, Zao Theatre's artistic director, Mickey Bryce, returns to themes that address the essence of humanity and expose societal hypocrisy in an equally moving and uplifting production of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME. The production runs through November 17th at Centerstage Church in Apache Junction, AZ.
by Nancy Grossman - Nov 28, 2016
Moonbox Productions, Director Allison Olivia Choat, and Music Director Dan Rodriguez pay precise attention to the musical framework of Peter Shaffer's AMADEUS, with music performed by the Baroque ensemble Grand Harmonie Orchestra. Matthew Zahnzinger owns the spotlight as Antonio Salieri and newcomer Cody Sloan embodies the boyishness of the prodigy. The cast impresses, but the playwright had a hard time finding an ending he liked, so be prepared for a long night.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2017
Opening on November 24 and running through December 23, for the 36th consecutive year, the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future will converge in Dallas' longest running and highly acclaimed dinner theatre, Pocket Sandwich Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2017
The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's joyous, time-honored celebration of the true meaning of the holidays returns for its 27th season as First Financial Bank presents Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The beloved, iconic story will be performed Nov. 22 through Dec. 30 in the Playhouse's Robert S. Marx Theatre.
by Charles Shubow - Nov 16, 2016
A play about the trials and tribulations of workers at a mall fast food restaurant.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 12, 2019
The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's joyous, time-honored celebration of the true meaning of the holidays returns for its 29th season as First Financial Bank presents Charles Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL. The beloved, iconic story will be performed Nov. 27 through Dec. 29 in the Playhouse's Robert S. Marx Theatre. (Opening night is Nov. 29.)
by Nancy Grossman - May 6, 2019
Never mind all those Marvel heroes and the new bladder buster movie 'Avengers: Endgame,' if you want to see a real heroine in action, line up for the Gold Dust Orphans' final show at the soon-to-be repurposed Machine Nightclub. Kiki Samko takes the director's reins and wrangles all of the players into a cohesive ensemble, with several of the actors taking on two (and, in one case, three) roles. Qya Marie has moved up the ranks of the Orphans to become a dynamic leading player. Tim Lawton wears multiple hats as music director, Trump, and Bald Eagle, and his hilarious and eerily spot-on rendition of the orange one is among the finest performances I've seen him give. Ryan Landry's writing also lands a flurry of blows, expressing more transparent social and political commentary than usual. If you're in the mood for some super (hero) entertainment, make it THE EBONIC WOMAN.
by Taylor Long - May 31, 2017
THE JAZZ SINGER opened this week, presented by the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company as a toe-tapping new musical rendition of the story made famous by the film of the same name. While the film shocked the world with its inventive introduction of synced recorded sound, the musical, written by Michael Ross Albert and directed and choreographed by Timothy French, fails to take any risks.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 29, 2019
The heavily anticipated 10th anniversary special engagement of Storm Large's autobiographical, one-woman rock musical Crazy Enough opens June 25 on the U.S. Bank Main Stage. Crazy Enough broke records at The Armory in 2009 with a sold-out, 21-week run. Beginning with stories of a childhood complicated by her mother's schizophrenia, Large takes us through the ups and downs of the years that follow - sex, drugs, running away to California, and the saving grace of rock 'n' roll.  Crazy Enough features original songs by Large and James Beaton, including the hilarious and incredibly catchy "My Vagina is Eight Miles Wide." Original music director Beaton returns to the production. Crazy Enough will open on Large's 50th birthday.
by BWW News Desk - May 25, 2016
A.C.T. favorite and Academy Award nominee, David Strathairn (Underneath the Lintel at A.C.T.; film: 'Good Night, and Good Luck,' 'Lincoln,' 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'), returns to American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) for a three-week engagement of Joseph Dougherty's Chester Bailey beginning today, May 25 at A.C.T.'s Strand Theater. The production is currently scheduled to run through June 12.
by Stephi Wild - May 24, 2021
The end may be in sight for the struggles that the film industry has faced over the past 14 months since the start of the pandemic. F9, the latest film in the Fast and Furious franchise, may be the saving grace at the box office.
by Natalie McGovern - May 20, 2017
A jocular song and dance fanfare of melodious merriment and merriment, it's full of quippy one liners and farcical entertainment.
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 18, 2019
As a playwright you always hope that your script gets a first class production at a top theatre. Today's subject, Heather McDonald, is currently living her theatre life on a high as her world premiere play Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity is receiving such royal treatment. Featuring the likes of performers Holly Twyford, Felicia Curry, and Yesenia Iglesias, the production plays through April 7th in Signature Theatre's ARK space.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 17, 2020
The Music Theatre of Idaho has launched a fundraising campaign throughout the Covid-19 closure.
by Kelly Luck - Mar 17, 2019
Kansas City Lyric Opera's 2018-2019 season continues with a production of Mozart's comic opera.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 10, 2020
The Oil Lamp Theater in Glenview announce their next production, the dramatic comedy Cry It Out by Molly Smith Metzler.
by Jessica Fallon Gordon - Jun 3, 2016
American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) Artistic Director Carey Perloff announced today that due to overwhelming audience response, the world premiere staging of Joseph Dougherty's Chester Bailey will add an extra performance at A.C.T.'s Strand Theater (1127 Market St, San Francisco) on Sunday, June 12 at 7 p.m.. The limited engagement must close on Sunday, June 12. Tickets for all performances through Sunday, June 12 are available at the A.C.T. Box Office at 415.749.2228 or online at www.act-sf.org.
by Alan Henry - Jun 2, 2017
The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company and Dancap Productions present THE JAZZ SINGER, a new musical adaption of Samson Raphaelson's classic story of a son's struggle between his passion for a Broadway career, and his father's plans to have him follow in his footsteps as a cantor. The production will run May 23 - June 18, 2017 at Greenwin Theatre, Toronto Centre for the Arts.
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jun 14, 2016
Satellite Collective presented a meandering evening of different works this past weekend at 92Y's Buttenwieser Hall as part of the Dig Dance initiative. I attended the Saturday June 12th performance with great anticipation. As a fellow presenter I always perk up when I hear a wonderful introduction and Artistic Director Kevin Draper - a charismatic man who established immediate rapport with his audience and swiftly won us over to his side with his easy-going manner - delivered exactly that. It certainly didn't hurt that his monoprints of ink on canvas - 'View From The Ceiling'; created with visual designer Brandon Baker and scenic artist Marie Rosasco - set the scene as enjoyable backdrops. If only the rest of the concert had continued in this vein.
by Jenny Minich - Jun 12, 2017
Important content and several exceptional performances outweigh 1st Stage's flawed production of August Wilson's Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 7, 2020
The JCCSF welcomes the new year and the next decade with a collection of Arts & Ideas events for 2020, including the Bay area premier of a?oeLove Heals All Woundsa?? with Jon Boogz and Lil Buck, a special Mother's Day program with Alice Waters and Fanny Singer, and the return of Giants of Jazz on Film series with Mark Cantor.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 31, 2020
Javier Muñoz will star in the North American Premiere of Stephen Lloyd Helper's A Sign of the Times at Theater 511 (511 West 54th Street) beginning performances on February 17 in advance of its opening night on February 27 through April 4, 2020. Tickets are $49-$69 and can be purchased by visiting www.asignofthetimesplay.com
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 31, 2019
Jason Segel, Dakota Johnson and Casey Affleck are set to star in The Friend, according to Deadline.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 3, 2019
To the delight of her fans, the 10th anniversary special engagement of Storm Large's autobiographical, one-woman rock musical Crazy Enough goes on sale to the public on Jan. 4. Crazy Enough broke records at The Armory in 2009 with a sold-out, 21-week run. Beginning with stories of a childhood complicated by her mother's schizophrenia, Large takes us through the ups and downs of the years that follow - sex, drugs, running away to California, and the saving grace of rock 'n' roll.  Crazy Enoughfeatures original songs by Large and James Beaton, including the hilarious and incredibly catchy "My Vagina is Eight Miles Wide." It will be directed by Daniel Stern with original music director Beaton on the U.S. Bank Main Stage. Crazy Enough will open on Large's 50th birthday.
by Jade Kops - Jan 25, 2020
The new musical from Australian duo Ben Bennett (Music, Lyrics and Book) and Ashleigh Taylor (book), THE LIFE OF US, has had its world premiere in Sydney.
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Jan 22, 2020
Perfectly timed for the blistery cold Rochester weather we're all suffering through, the RBTL is currently presenting 'Anastasia', the stage adaptation of the 1997 animated movie in which audience members are whisked away to snowy St. Petersburg during the height of the Russian Revolution of the 1920's. This era of political upheaval is the backdrop, but the story focuses on a young woman and her journey through the past to find her family and her identity.
by Herbert Paine - Jan 15, 2018
The Chase is on at Don Bluth Front Row Theatre. That is, Mary Chase's comedy, HARVEY, that (beyond her other plays and children's stories) made her famous (a Pulitzer Prize) and gave James Stewart one of his truly classic roles. Lee Cooley, with an impeccable sense of character and comic timing, endows Elwood P. Dowd with an irresistible likability. He captures the mannerisms, even the tongue in cheek, of a gentleman drinker who knows more than he may let on and plays his counterparts to the hilt. The show runs through February 24th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 28, 2020
Stephen Lloyd Helper's A Sign of the Times starring Javier Muñoz opened last night at Theater 511!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 28, 2020
Greg Brostrom will star in the lead role of Stephen Lloyd Helper's A Sign of the Times for five performances (March 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9). Brostrom will be taking over the role from Javier Muñoz, who will be on location shooting a film.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 27, 2020
Today's top stories: Presley Ryan is Beetlejuice's new Lydia, and more!
by Shari Barrett - Feb 25, 2020
THE ANDREWS BROTHERS sung-through musical is sure to please those who remember the 1940s first-hand, or those of us who appreciate the song stylings of those bygone days. According to Bean, a?oeHere we create the atmosphere of a rag-tag USO team a?' a very real organization with an important and impressive history a?' sing songs familiar to many in the audience, and try to live up to the memory of a legendary singing group.a?? And thanks to the talented, triple-threat performers, Kelley Dorney, Michael D'Elia, Max DeLorch and Grant Hodges, no matter what goes wrong, the show must go on!
by Tim Wright - Feb 22, 2017
We're in Dublin and it's 1986. Jimmy and his musician friends are fed up of art school synth music and want to bring soul music back to the people. The Commitments is adapted from Roddy Doyle's novel of the same name (that in turn was made into a cult hit film). However, for a show that proclaims on countless occasions that soul is 'the music of the people' and eulogises about it's importance- it is evening strangely devoid of that very thing.
by Nancy Grossman - Dec 16, 2019
As the year winds to a close, and the holiday hustle and bustle keeps us spinning our wheels, it can be a salve for the spirit and rest for the weary to sit in a darkened theater for a couple of hours. There is a plethora of seasonal fare competing for your entertainment dollars, but may I suggest something completely different from the colorful, holly jolly? A departure from the ballerinas, Christmas ghosts, and department store Santas? How about a two-time Tony Award-winning musical (1999 Best Book/Best Score) written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Alfred Uhry (DRIVING MISS DAISY) and Tony Award-winner Jason Robert Brown (SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD, THE LAST FIVE YEARS), that will pump the blood to your heart, and push you back in your seat until the very end, when you will rise up and salute this Moonbox Productions' PARADE.
by Jade Kops - Dec 10, 2020
FROZEN: THE MUSICAL serves up a treat for young audiences, thrilled to see their animated heroines come to life. 
by Herbert Paine - Aug 6, 2019
Arizona Regional Theatre presents PARADE, directed by Phillip Fazio and featuring Seth Tucker as Leo Frank. Jason Robert Brown's music and lyrics and Alfred Uhry's book deliver a play of consequence and conscience. Directed by Phillip Fazio and featuring Seth Tucker as Leo Frank. The musical runs thru August 18th in the 3rd Street Theater at the Phoenix Center for the Arts.
by Herbert Paine - Apr 29, 2021
In a show that may have worn out its Heavenly stage welcome, the Saving Grace of Arizona Broadway Theatre's production of NUNSENSE, is embodied in an ensemble of five artists who render performances that rise above the script. Thankfully, through the ninety-some minutes of show time, a heavenly host of angelic voices lifts the spirit. The show runs through May 16th.
by Jim Munson - Apr 28, 2021
The latest offering of San Francisco Ballet's 2021 Digital Season shows off the wondrous artistry of the company's dancing more than anything. This mixed rep program of 3 very different ballets originally made on the company provides a dazzling showcase for the dancers' versatility, technique and musicality.