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The Scene

Opened: January 11, 2007
Closing: February 11, 2007

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Fascinating Aïda to Perform at the London Palladium in February 2024 by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 9, 2023

Celebrate forty fierce and fabulous years of Fascinating Aïda as they raise the roof of The London Palladium!

Review: SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN: HOMECOMING at Red Curtain Theatre by Theresa Bertram - May 8, 2023

What did our critic think of SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN: HOMECOMING at Red Curtain Theatre?

COMPCORD ENSEMBLE MEETS HOT WRK ENSEMBLE to Play Howland Cultural Center in June by Blair Ingenthron - May 28, 2023

On Saturday, June 24th at 6pm, Composers Concordance will present its fourth annual concert event at the historic Howland Cultural Center - the first building in the City of Beacon, New York to receive the distinction of being placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Review: PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE at Little Theatre Of Mechanicsburg by Andrea Stephenson - May 27, 2023

Picasso at the Lapin Agile is a show that blends philosophy and comedy in a wonderful way. The strength of the script keeps the audience laughing. Anyone who loves the comedy of Steve Martin will enjoy Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

Life In Idle Release 'Summer Bummer' and Announce Sophomore LP by Michael Major - May 26, 2023

“Summer Bummer” is the second single in anticipation of Continuity Error(s), following up “Catch 22” released earlier this year. With it’s melancholic lyricism and gloomy chord progressions, Life In Idle deliver a familiar midwest emo-meets-pop punk sound any fan of the genre can appreciate.

Review: THE SUICIDE at The Studio, Holden Street Theatres by Barry Lenny - May 26, 2023

Another sure-fire hit for Red Phoenix.

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit of 1968 ROMEO & JULIET Nude Scene by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2023

Judge Alison Mackenzie  has revealed that she will throw out a lawsuit filed over a nude scene in the 1968 version of 'Romeo and Juliet.'

Review: ASPECTS OF LOVE, Lyric Theatre by Cindy Marcolina - May 26, 2023

Kent’s direction is interesting but leans into melodrama, with Ball offering some glitzy big-name introspection and the plot itself overflowing into sexual ambiguity and implied promiscuity. Aspects of Love is, essentially, an indefensibly problematic musical soap opera that looks exquisite but didn’t need to be revived.

Broadway Beyond Louisville Review: INTO THE WOODS at Tennessee Performing Arts Center by Taylor Clemons - May 25, 2023

What did our critic think of INTO THE WOODS at Tennessee Performing Arts Center? The star-studded cast is led by Tony Award winner Stephanie J. Block and Sebastian Arcelus as The Baker’s Wife and the Baker respectively. They’re a real-life couple, so their chemistry is justly wonderful, but I cannot express how amazing their individual performances are as well.

Interview: Theatre Life with Peter Salem by Elliot Lanes - May 25, 2023

Today’s subject Peter Salem is currently living his theatre life as the composer of Scottish Ballet’s production of The Crucible. The show runs now through May 28th at Kennedy Center in the Eisenhower Theater.

Review: SWEENEY TODD at Signature Theatre by Shelby Tyler - May 25, 2023

What did our critic think of SWEENEY TODD at Signature Theatre? Set in the dark streets of London in 1785, we follow barber Sweeney Todd (Nathaniel Stampley) as he returns from wrongful imprisonment by the horrifying Judge Turpin (John Leslie Wolf).

Review: IN A DIFFERENT REALITY SHE'S CLAWING AT THE WALLS at Shaking The Tree by Krista Garver - May 25, 2023

This wild play by Max Yu explores how technology isolates and then consumes us as it goes from being a tool we use to something we’re used by.

Star-studded INTO THE WOODS Tour Comes to Nashville for Eight-Performance Run at TPAC by Jeffrey Ellis - May 24, 2023

Truth be told, this may be the most impressive assemblage of talent we’ve ever encountered on the Jackson Hall stage in our 30-some years of reviewing Broadway at TPAC. Seriously.

Videos: Watch the 'j-hope IN THE BOX' & 'SUGA: Road to D-DAY.' Trailer by Michael Major - May 24, 2023

“j-hope IN THE BOX” and “SUGA: Road to D-DAY” give moviegoers around the world a behind-the-scenes look at the lives and work of the global music superstars in an immersive experience that can only be felt in movie theaters, thanks to large screens, three-dimensional sound. Watch the trailer videos for the new BTS documentaries now!


Most people going to the theatre will take public transport or their own car. In September 2021, Nathan Paulin took a 600-metre walk to Chaillot - Paris’ Théâtre National De La Danse on a slackline 70 metres above the Seine.

Riverside Theatre Offers Backstage Tours by Stephi Wild - May 24, 2023

Riverside Theatre, led by Producing Artistic Director/CEO Allen D. Cornell,  Managing Director/COO Jon R. Moses, and Director of Special Initiatives/CFO Patti Rooney,  announces the return of Backstage Tours. After a long hiatus, Backstage Tours are designed for anyone interested in seeing how a show is created at Florida’s largest, professional, non-profit theatre.   

Synergy Theater Takes A Chance On A ROLL OF THE DICE World Premiere by A.A. Cristi - May 22, 2023

Synergy Theater, the folks who brought you Spontaneous Hitchcock and The Mating Game returns to the Lesher Center for the Arts, at 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek, with the world-debut of A Roll of the Dice: An Improvised Play at the Mercy of Chance! In this completely improvised two-act comedy, there are six outrageous characters but each one can only appear in the next scene of the play if their number comes up on a roll of the dice!

Review: MAMMA MIA! at Plaza Theatrical Productions by Andrew J. Koehler - May 22, 2023

MAMMA MIA! will have you smilin' and havin' fun! Read about it here:

CLIFFDIVER Release Cover of X-Ray Spex Classic 'Oh Bondage, Up Yours!' by Michael Major - May 22, 2023

On the heels of the band's meteoric arrival to the scene in 2022, supporting their debut LP Exercise Your Demons and a full US run supporting Less Than Jake and Bowling For Soup, with support slots for New Found Glory, Taking Back Sunday and Descendents, and a buzzy appearance at Riot Fest, CLIFFDIVER is primed for launch into the stratosphere.

Review: THE NI¿¿ER LOVERS at Magic Theatre by Steve Murray - May 22, 2023

What did our critic think of THE NI¿¿ER LOVERS at Magic Theatre?

POWER BOOK IV: FORCE Season Two to Premiere on STARZ in September by Michael Major - May 22, 2023

The explosive second season begins with Tommy on a mission to avenge the death of Lilliana, his former nemesis turned business partner.  With Diamond (Isaac Keys) and Jenard (Kris D. Lofton) at odds, the Flynn organization weakened, and a new connect on the scene, Tommy is more determined than ever to take over the Chicago drug world. 

10 Videos That Get Us Ready To Rendez Vous With Champian Fulton For The MEET ME AT BIRDLAND Album Release by Stephen Mosher - May 21, 2023

May 28th is the day of the party but Champian Fulton's album is already being enjoyed by fans everywhere.

Review: BYE BYE BIRDIE at Hale Centre Theatre by Herbert Paine - May 21, 2023

Director/choreographer Cambrian James delivers a nostalgically delightful production of BYE BYE BIRDIE, featuring a knockout performance by Michala Montaño as Rosie. At Hale Centre Theatre in Gilbert AZ through July 1.

Documentary to Follow Ruth Wilson in THE SECOND WOMAN at the Young Vic by Aliya Al-Hassan - May 19, 2023

A documentary is to be made following Ruth Wilson in her 24 hour performance of The Second Woman at the Young Vic.

Saleka Unveils Debut Album 'Séance' by Michael Major - May 19, 2023

Séance writers and composers include Saleka, Krispy, Ezemdi Akalonu, and Warner Meadows, all of whom met while studying at Brown University. Producers include Saleka, Krispy, Akalonu, and Meadows, with “Mama Jan” Smith on additional vocal productions. Séance was engineered by Joel Metzler and mixed by Joel Metzler and Shawn Grove.

Review: JAGGED LITTLE PILL at Straz Center by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - May 19, 2023

What did our critic think of JAFrom the outside looking in, the Healeys are seemingly the Gold Standard flawless upper-middle-class family living in the Connecticut suburbs. JAGGED LITTLE PILL begins with the mom writing the annual holiday Christmas newsletter bragging about her husband's job and her beloved Harvard-bound son. From the inside looking out, just beneath the surface, they are a family imploding, struggling. GGED LITTLE PILL at Straz Center?

PiPEllA Releases Dynamic New Single 'Castles' by Michael Major - May 18, 2023

When discussing PiPEllA’s inspiration for the song, she said, “I wrote this song for Cinderella from Into The Woods and Lagertha from Vikings and all of my favorite heroines who get the worse end of the deal but never really got to rage about it.” “Castles'' is available now on all streaming platforms worldwide.

Morris Museum Sets 2023 Season Of Jazz On The Back Deck by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2023

In its fourth year, Jazz on the Back Deck and Lot of Strings Music Festival return to the Morris Museum's Back Deck with a lineup of familiar favorites alongside exciting debuts.

COSI FAN TUTTE Comes to Den Norske Opera by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2023

Alfonso works at IKEA. After many years in the job, he has become tired of seeing young couples walking around with the familiar yellow and blue bags, happiness in their eyes and holding the hand of their future ex. So, he decides to challenge two of them …

Soho Theatre Reveals 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2023

A full Soho Theatre Ed Fringe programme will be presented, consisting of 16 comedy and theatre shows across seven venues from artists around the world. Learn more about the lineup here!

Nicolas King to Present SHAKING THE BLUES AWAY! at Chelsea Table + Stage in June by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2023

CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE will present Nicolas King, the celebrated pop and jazz vocalist, on Wednesday, June 7 at 7:00 PM.

Review: LA BOHÈME at Kennedy Center by David Friscic - May 17, 2023

The glorious music of Puccini remains the principal reason to see the Washington National Opera’s (WNO)current production of the beloved classic opera La bohème. This oft-referenced opera that has influenced everything from the famous film Moonstruck to the hit Broadway musical Rent, must be a fairly faithful revival of the original opera that the WNO presented at the Kennedy Center in 2014 –the original director Peter Kazaras is one again at the helm.  Additionally, the original costumes by Jennifer Moeller (which are appropriate to the updated period), the original choreography by Ben Wright and the original set design by Lee Savage have all been retained. From referencing the program, however, it seems that lighting design by A. J. Guban has been brought in for this production.

Possum Point Players Presents SOCIAL SECURITY June 2 by A.A. Cristi - May 16, 2023

Coming to Possum Hall near you, Possum Point Players and sponsor Janney MCH Wealth Management prepare to release the comedy “Social Security” with an opening on Friday, June 2.

Rap Legends Eric B And Rakim Will Make History First Rap Act To Perform At Stone Pony by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2023

The North to Shore Music Festival will Celebrate 50 Years of Hip Hop with a history-making moment when hip-hop legends Eric B & Rakim, hit the stage Tuesday, June 13th at 8:00 pm EST at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park. This, in collaboration with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and the North to Shore Music Festival. This is the first time for a hip hop act will perform on this iconic stage.

Review: PRIVATE LIVES at Arizona Theatre Company by Herbert Paine - May 15, 2023

Lots gets lost in Arizona Theatre Company's production of Noël Coward's PRIVATE LIVES. Runs through May 28th in Phoenix at the Herberger Theater Center.

Review: DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS at Arizona Broadway Theatre by Herbert Paine - May 14, 2023

The show stopping performance by triple threat Nathan David Smith seals the deal on Arizona Broadway Theatre's rousing production of DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, directed by Clayton Phillips and featuring an outstanding ensemble. The show runs through June 4th in Peoria, AZ.

Finding the Sound of LEOPOLDSTADT by Nicole Rosky - May 13, 2023

Just close your eyes at the Longacre Theatre and you will be transported from the heart of New York City to 20th century Vienna. That is thanks to the maticuous work of Adam Cork, who acted as Sound Designer and created original music for Tom Stoppard's Leopoldstadt.

Review: GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES by JAKARTA PLAYERS Cuts Deeply into Friendship and Trauma by Rakaputra Paputungan - May 13, 2023


Review: PRISON DANCER is the Spectacular Grand Finale of The Citadel's 2022/2023 Season by Sarah Dussome - May 12, 2023

This upbeat new musical features an effervescent all-Filipino cast.

LØLØ Shares New Single 'omg'  ​  ​ ¿ by Michael Major - May 12, 2023

Vulnerable, rebellious, and packed with authentic energy, “omg” is emotionally exhibitionist in the best way. In the mind bending clip LØLØ experiences a burst of different realities (evocative of a pop-punk Everything Everywhere All at Once) that perfectly align with the track's frenetic beat.

National Women's Theatre Festival Reveals WTFamily23 Programs With Seed Art Share by Stephi Wild - May 12, 2023

The National Women’s Theatre Festival (WTF) and the Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) will offer special Family Programming and child care for children ages 0 through 13 with Seed Art Share, as part of the 2023 National Women’s Theatre Festival in Raleigh, NC, June 21-July 1.

Drilling Company Celebrates 10 Years Of Shakespeare In Bryant Park With A Greatest Hits Retrospective May 25 by A.A. Cristi - May 11, 2023

On May 25 beginning at 7:00 PM at The Upper Terrace of Bryant Park, The Drilling Company and Bryant Park Shakespeare will celebrate ten years of their Shakespeare co-productions with a 'greatest hits' retrospective, 'A Celebration! Looking back on 10 Years of Free Bryant Park Shakespeare with The Drilling Company.'

Video: Watch the VANDERPUMP RULES 'Explosive' Season 10 Reunion Trailer Featuring Ariana Madix, Tom Sandoval & More by Michael Major - May 11, 2023

Bravo has shared the trailer for the highly-anticipated Vanderpump Rules season 10 trailer. The trailer kicks off with Andy Cohen calling the three-part event 'more explosive and dramatic' than any before.

Adelaide Guitar Festival 2023 Program Revealed by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2023

Adelaide Festival Centre has announced the 2023 program for Adelaide Guitar Festival. Featuring the world's finest guitar players playing across a myriad of musical genres, coming together to present an exceptional program of events from July 1 to 16. 

Interview: Jessica Hendy of WALKING WITH BUBBLES at AMT Theater by Stephen Mosher - May 11, 2023

From Broadway actress to cabaret goddess to bona fide playwright, Jessica Hendy has found her purpose Off-Broadway.

Maria Konner to Perform at Pangea And Cedar Hill This Summer by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 10, 2023

Maria Konner ll be performing at Pangea, and CedarHill in June! Learn how to purchase tickets!

'j-hope IN THE BOX' & 'SUGA: Road to D-DAY' Coming to Cinemas by Michael Major - May 10, 2023

Coinciding with BTS’ 10th anniversary, moviegoers around the world will get a behind-the-scenes look at the lives and work of the global music superstars in an immersive experience that can only be felt in movie theaters, thanks to large screens, three-dimensional sound.

Interactive Comedic Murder Mystery, SHEAR MADNESS, Opens FST'S 2023 Summer Mainstage Series by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2023

Florida Studio Theatre (FST) opens its 2023 Summer Mainstage Series with Shear Madness, an interactive comedic whodunit where the audience gets to solve the crime. Shear Madness is the longest running play in American history and has been seen by more than 12.5 million people around the world. Full of up-to-the-minute, spontaneous humor, Shear Madness will run in FST’s Gompertz Theatre starting Wednesday, May 31, 2023.

Review: OPERATION MINCEMEAT, Fortune Theatre by Cindy Marcolina - May 10, 2023

Operation Mincemeat is a victory for the underdog, in themes as well as in reality. Relatable characters with vibrant backgrounds, regardless of their size, go on a Frankensteinian journey to divert the Nazi battalion to Sardinia. From songs about wanting to be a maggot to heart-wrenching glimpses into tragic love stories, it’s as eclectic as it is entertaining. Rhythmic pop music, a contemporary musical theatre sound, the odd rap segue, and a tune that would feel at home at Berghain for good measure (“Das Übermensch”) are the foundation of this life-affirming, riotous history lesson.


The Scene has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2007.
Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards).



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