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Second Stage Theatre

About the Theatre
(New York, NY)
307 West 43rd Street (at 8th Avenue)
by TV Scoop - Jun 30, 2022
Get all the scoop on CRIME SCENE KITCHEN, airing on FOX on Tuesday, July 5, 2022! Aarón Sánchez Guest-Judges. The bakers head back into THE KITCHEN to take on a new delicious challenge. Plus, watch a clip from a recent episode!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 30, 2022
Salon/Sanctuary Concerts will lift its voice to help Razom for Ukraine provide urgently needed humanitarian relief where it is desperately needed in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Sumy, Donetsk, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Dnipro, and Zaporizhzhia.
by Michael Major - Jun 30, 2022
Expanding upon the expansive symbiosis that characterized the first two singles from New Pleasures, 'Le Palace' is a pulsing, futuristic, punky nightclub mix. Though named after the infamous Parisian “boîte au disco” (re: nightclub), “Le Palace” is not, in fact, a tribute to the club in question. 
by Michael Major - Jun 29, 2022
Quinn Christopherson has announced he’ll be joining The Wild Hearts Tour kicking off next month, opening for Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker for the national run of shows. All dates are listed below including the previously announced dates with Courtney Barnett and Lucy Dacus as part of Barnett’s “Here And There” festival.
by Michael Major - Jun 29, 2022
Jonathan Jeremiah has released his new Single 'Restless Heart', the latest outing from his forthcoming album Horsepower For The Streets. Since he appeared on the scene in 2011 with A Solitary Man, Jonathan Jeremiah has been likened to such iconic performers as Scott Walker, Serge Gainsbourg, Terry Callier. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!
by Carian Lynée Parker - Jun 29, 2022
Ranked by the Princeton Review in the top five for 'Best College Theater,' Bennington College offers students a thorough grounding in virtually every dimension of theater-making: acting, directing, playwriting, devising, theatre history, dramatic literature, dramaturgy, stage management, and design (set, costume, lights, projection, and sound).
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 28, 2022
Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles & Boombox Present PEANUT BUTTER WOLF + DJ NU-MARK + INKA ONE + BEN DIGGIN + ANALOG on July 16, 2022.
by Michael Major - Jun 28, 2022
ASTRUS* is about to set out on tour with Shady Moon, 1nonly, 8percent, LilGoddan, Ciscaux, Wassup Rocker and special guests. The rising Dallas-based musician has been releasing music via Repost, SoundCloud’s artist services division, including his most recent single, “clean my mess up.” The Cancel Your Plans Tour kicks off this Friday, July 1st.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 28, 2022
Global electronic music icon Sasha is to play three special and intimate dates at the magical Cova Santa in the heart of the Ibiza hills. Starting monthly from July 6th, these parties will see the Last Night on Earth label boss joined by international names Dubfire, Patrice Baumel, HOSH, George Fitzgerald, Lau.ra, Milou, Weval, Franky Wah, Cici, Ceri, BEC and Fell Reis.
by Michael Major - Jun 27, 2022
Fans can bring the beloved Belcher family into their homes with double stacked bonus features including exclusive deleted scenes, animation extras, audio commentary and a new short, “My Butt Has A Fever.” Collectors can beef up their movie collection with the 4K Ultra HD SteelBook® featuring custom artwork, available only at Best Buy.
by David Friscic - Jun 27, 2022
Harper Lee’s classic book To Kill A Mockingbird has a legion of fans and so does the 1962 film but it would be best to forget the source material and simply savor the theatricality of the play To Kill A Mockingbird now playing at the Kennedy Center.  Playwright Aaron Sorkin has written a stage adaptation that succeeds beautifully on its own terms. 
by Peter Nason - Jun 27, 2022
It's a feel-good retro-musical set in the era of Miami Vice jackets and Flock of Seagulls haircuts, parachute pants and Rubik's Cubes.
by Morgan Donohue - Jun 27, 2022
What did our critic think? The summer heat in Weston was no match for the high-energy performance of Shrek The Musical.
by Michael Major - Jun 27, 2022
The “So Long” music video was filmed by directed and shot by Mike Rumchaks; produced, engineered, and mixed by Seth Henderson (Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, State Champs) of ABG Studios; co-produced by Ryan Mendez (Yellowcard), and mastered by Ted Jensen (Sterling Sound). The “So Long” single artwork was created by Frank Mondragon.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 27, 2022
After an almost two-year hiatus, the Great South Bay Music Festival presented by Blue Point Brewing Co. have announced that they are back and bigger than ever.
by Grace Cutler - Jun 25, 2022
Five For Fighting and The Verve Pipe are teaming up for one night only to bring their hits to The Ridgefield Playhouse on Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at 7:30pm as part of the Pepsi Rock Series Driven by North American Motor Car and 068 Magazine Singer Songwriter Series.
by Jared Fessler - Jun 24, 2022
The 80s are back with this rockin' musical, jam packed with all your favorite powerhouse hit songs from the era, such as 'Holding Out For A Hero,', 'Let's Hear It For The Boy', 'Almost Paradise,' and of course, 'Footloose!'
by TV Scoop - Jun 23, 2022
Get all the scoop on CRIME SCENE KITCHEN, airing on FOX on Tuesday, June 28, 2022! The bakers head back into THE KITCHEN to take on a delicious, new challenge. The best dessert detectives will continue on in the competition and the duo that falls short will head home in the “Rock and Roll” episode. Watch a clip from a recent episode now!
by Brett Cullum - Jun 23, 2022
It is safe to say this is a great festival, and well worth your time over the weekend.  Happy ten years to FADE TO BLACK!  Here’s hoping for many more decades to come.  
by Stephi Wild - Jun 23, 2022
The Ms. Tilda of the theater is a musical play about the director of Tampere's Työväen Teatteri a century ago, Tilda Vuori, who in many ways was one of the pioneers of theater of her time.
by Review Roundups - Jun 23, 2022
Playwrights Horizons officially opened Will Arbery's Corsicana, directed by Sam Gold, which runs in the Mainstage Theater. Read all of the reviews for Corsicana here.
by Harker Jones - Jun 22, 2022
What did our critic think? Audiences can’t help but compare and contrast, especially when the production is jumping through hoops to remind us of what made the film special. That becomes a bigger problem when the show itself fails on its own merits. While remaining faithful to its source material, PRETTY WOMAN lacks all of the fizz that made the film such a sensation.
by Claudio Erlichman - Jun 22, 2022
A success of Brazilian musical theater in recent years, the show Vinganca (Vengeance) returns in June at Teatro Raul Cortez in Sao Paulo. After nine years, the cult musical by Anna Toledo with songs by Lupicinio Rodrigues returns in a new house and with a renewed cast
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2022
For four nights in Summer 2022, Barnstable's own Jim Ruberti brings top headlining Boston comedians to Cape Cod, including Dave Rattigan (June 25), Christine Hurley (July 2), Mark Riley (July 9), and Paul Nardizzi (July 16).
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 21, 2022
With her NYC Cabaret debut, Shannon Daley has displayed a foundation built on talent and training, and desire to put in the time and work.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 21, 2022
From June 24-July 1, 2022, Samantha Shay's short film Mother Melancholia will be available to screen online worldwide.
by Michael Major - Jun 21, 2022
Dayglow is returning with another excellent, life affirming new album, People In Motion. End to end, these 10 tracks—once again conceptualized, written, played, and produced by Sloan Struble—are delightfully pure, hyper-melodic manifestations of Struble’s desire to steer clear of conflict or drama. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!
by Student Blogger: Silvana Flores - Jun 21, 2022
'I really saw myself in Bobby, because he’s a dreamer, but also is scared to take that step, and for me it’s theater, cinema and every story I read, see or every experience that I have in my life that inspires me to take action and makes me keep going.'
by Natalia Jarczynska - Jun 20, 2022
If you want to witness the materialization of the word beauty, see this show. With thrilling voices, amazing Puccini music, and vital presentation this opera will lead you straight to musical heaven.
by Michael Major - Jun 20, 2022
With the deluxe reissue of their seminal third full-length album 'Sexplosion!,' My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult return to the scene of the crime: their original label and home, Wax Trax! Records. Led by unexpected radio hit “Sex On Wheelz,” 1991’s 'Sexplosion!' became the band’s biggest album, selling in excess of 250,000 copies.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 20, 2022
Seven-time Grammy Award nominee Omar Sosa is a Cuban-born pianist and composer who has developed an earthy and graceful signature sound that blends elements of jazz, world, hip hop, electronica and classical music with his Afro-Cuban roots and is a joy to see in concert.
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Jun 18, 2022
For two weeks now Brunswick’s Pickard Theater has been “alive with the sound of music,’ but on June 15 Hanley Smith and Will Ray, the stars of MSMT’s brilliant new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s THE SOUND OF MUSIC, joined MSMT Artistic Director Curt Dale Clark and BWW Maine Regional Editor Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold to celebrate the joy, inspiration, and continued resonance of this timeless musical at the first Peek Behind the Curtain program in three years. The popular panel discussion series held at Curtis Memorial Library returned to an enthusiastic, capacity audience for an hour of conversation about what Clark called “the quintessential American musical and the perfect show to launch post-pandemic MSMT’s Revival Season.”
by Cindy Marcolina - Jun 18, 2022
Many great performers tackle Lear every year. From Laurence Olivier and Michael Gambon to Ian McKellen and Simon Russell Beale, it’s become somewhat of a tradition for dramatic actors to take on one of Shakespeare’s biggest challenges once their hair starts to grey. Less often, a female actor comes onto the scene to huge acclaim. Glenda Jackson did so last in a starred performance on Broadway in 2019, but Kathryn Hunter is taking the wretched crown back after her first stint as the destitute monarch 25 years ago.
by Michael Major - Jun 17, 2022
The solo artist from Toronto, Canada delivers a full-bodied soundscape full of rich instrumentation, yesteryear nods, and forward-motion music of the future. The title track from Harkness’ forthcoming album, “Ciao To The Beauty” dips and ducks around 60s flair while incorporating modern alternative rock and exciting musical experimentation.
by Michael Major - Jun 17, 2022
Centering around the sultriest of Nicole Scherzinger samples (“Right There”), “He Goes Down” sees Rain Radio tap into a raw, vocal-driven club with a vibrant slap house bassline. Listen to the track and learn more about it. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 16, 2022
The Brooklyn Comedy Collective has announced the Fun & Dumb Improv Festival - a new weekend summer event from July 8-10 designed to celebrate the return of live improvisational comedy after two years of Zoom rooms.
by Sabrina Wallace - Jun 16, 2022
If you are looking for a tender story that has real intellectual depth and a piece of theatre that will encourage great family discussions about the meaning of life, this is the play for you. Take your youngsters, take your elders, enjoy wholesome family theatre and learn a little bit about a female pioneer of aviation in the process.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 16, 2022
Opening tonight at Darkhorse Theater in Nashville is That Woman – The Monologue Show, which explores the stories of women who involved or rumored-to-be involved with President John F. Kennedy. Co-written by Nashville-area women playwrights and actors, it is performed by a diverse ensemble of actors who bring the women to life “in a fascinating look at a lesser-known aspect of history and a thought-provoking and entertaining evening of theatre.”
by Andrea Stephenson - Jun 16, 2022
One of the best things about Gamut’s Shakespeare in the Park is the sense of community that fills the audience. Many audience members have made Shakespeare in the Park an annual tradition, so come on out to Reservoir Park for The Winter’s Tale and then keep an eye on the upcoming shows at
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2022
The Black Box Performing Arts Center, a 501c3 non profit organization, is pleased to announce a special fundraiser evening, featuring a staged reading of the new play How to Fight Loneliness by Neil LaBute. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 15, 2022
Joe’s Pub has announced incredible performances coming up in July and August plus join us this Sunday at Astor Place for Juneteenth. Don’t miss performances from First Ladies of Disco (Martha Wash, Linda Clifford, and Norma Jean Wright (formerly  of Chic), Matteo Lane, Cocomama, and more.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2022
Tickets go on sale to Barbican Patrons today, Barbican Members Plus on Thursday 16 June, Barbican Members on Friday 17 June and on general sale on Saturday 18 June 2022.
by Gary Naylor - Jun 15, 2022
The Royal Opera House's 2003 production gets a much-needed injection of Japanese authenticity while retaining, even enhancing, its moral of how men can abuse their power, as husbands and as colonial occupiers.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 14, 2022
Lantern Theater Company has announced its upcoming 2022/23 season, a return of live performance that will include an ambitious and eclectic mix of classic and contemporary work for the stage.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 14, 2022
Holy Ship! remains one of the most coveted parties on the planet, an annual meeting ground for one of the scene's most dedicated communities, and a guiding force in the experiential dance music landscape has today announced three major additions to its 2022 lineup.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jul 1, 2022
The tale as old as time returns to the West End. The 1991 animated film is doubtlessly one of the most beloved out of the Disney catalogue and saw a number of live-action films of varied quality developed over the years. Now, its musical adaptation takes over the Palladium in a grand spectacle directed and choreographed by Matt West. It’s big, it’s theatrical, it’s magical.
by Faeron Wheeler - Jul 1, 2022
THE GREAT GATSBY is one of my absolute favourite books – the characters, the landscape, the era are all so beautifully described by F. Scott Fitzgerald. This stage adaptation by Stephan Fourie and directed by Neil Leachman did not disappoint. It is a joyous spectacle up on stage that stayed beautifully true to the characters and the story.
by Michael Major - Jul 1, 2022
Clay’s deep musical breadth and range are on full display on tracks like the thunderous, club-ready Tay Keith-produced “Done Did,” the sampling of Tame Impala on “Karma” featuring BIG30, and the Grizzly Bear-sample prominently featured on project standout “Gangsta.” Listen to the new project now!
by Michael Major - Jul 1, 2022
LA-based DJ and producer Ravell is back with his first single of the year and second offering from his newly founded imprint, KAZAA.  “Baila,” the latest from Ravell, follows his long-awaited return with the December release of his highly-lauded single “Siento,” a high-power, bass house track that reflects his rebranded sonic direction.
by Michael Major - Jul 1, 2022
Beau followed the release of “I’m So Hard” with his second single “Funk You” that featured a music video from director Kii Arens who has worked with legendary artists like, Chuck Berry, AC/DC, Paul McCartney and more! After the first two successful releases Beau is finally ready to unleash his debut album to the world.

The Scene Frequently Asked Questions

What productions of The Scene have their been?
The Scene has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2007.

What awards has The Scene been nominated for?
Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards).