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Fulton Theatre

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(New York, NY)
210 W. 46th St.
by Jennifer Skura - Sep 4, 2021
Shakespeare’s infamous four-plot adventure is braided with precision by Laura Cole’s thoughtful and expertly timed hands. With festive, personality-invoking costumes, clever fight choreography, and astute music/sound design, the double, sometimes triple duty, cast is more than adept at switching in and out of characters. 
by Carissa Chesanek - Sep 24, 2021
The new play, Repulsing the Monkey recently debuted on the third floor of The White Horse Tavern in the Financial District. Directed by Daniel Leeman Smith (The Bathrobe Club) the play not only takes place in a bar, but centers around one with a lot of history.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2021
The Old Globe will present Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part I featuring students from The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. Program Director and USD Craig Noel Distinguished Professor Jesse Perez directs a cast of 12.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 14, 2021
Who is the patron saint of werewolves? Which saint died and went to hell, then came back to life? Can you dress as a sexy nun for Halloween? You’ll learn the answers to these and more in the hit comedy, Holy Ghost Bingo: God, Goblins, & Games, reopening October 1, just in time for the Halloween season, at the Greenhouse Theater Center, Chicago.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 29, 2021
Trouble In Mind officially begins previews tonight, October 29, at Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre on Broadway. Learn more about the cast here!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 22, 2021
The Old Globe announced Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part I, featuring students from The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program. Program Director and USD Craig Noel Distinguished Professor Jesse Perez directs a cast of 12.
by Mark C. Lloyd - Oct 2, 2021
Mark C. Lloyd recently gave the same three questions to four of the cast members of the upcoming 'Something Wicked' by Playwright James Marzo ART of WNY.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 16, 2020
Cherished by audiences and critics alike both in America and abroad, Bernard Slade’s wickedly funny comedy explores a 25-year love affair between two seemingly ordinary people who meet once a year. SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR deftly examines the monumental political, social, and most of all, the personal changes that impact the lovers during that quarter century.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 16, 2020
Peninsula Players Theatre is thrilled to announce, in collaboration with Chicago Radio Theatre, a dramatic live audio production of Edgar Allan Poe's 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue,' adapted and directed by Kevin Christopher Fox. The live broadcast will be available on the website of Peninsula Players Theatre Friday, October 23, at 9 p.m. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 1, 2021
The Wick Theatre in Boca Raton will open their 8th season with the smash international hit Mamma Mia!  This sunny, funny mega-musical is infused with joy, nostalgia and the iconic hit songs of Swedish supergroup ABBA. 
by E.H. Reiter - Nov 9, 2021
Bernadette Sefic makes their program performance debut in HENRY IV as Falstaff with a new approach to an established character.  Safic talks about the approach to the show, their character, and why Shakespeare is eternally adaptable and relevant. The Old Globe and USD Shiley Graduate Theatre Program production of HENRY IV is playing November 12th - 19th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 5, 2021
The second ACA Cinema Project series will present Flash Forward: Debut Works and Recent Films by Notable Japanese Directors, a hybrid program with 18 films streaming nationwide on Japan Society's Virtual Cinema from December 3-23, 2021 and two in-person screenings in Japan Society's auditorium on December 11 and 17.
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 28, 2021
A Holiday Tradition at The Shakespeare Tavern for over 20 years, ASC is proud of this very special adaptation of a timeless classic. A handful of actors bring the wondrous art of storytelling to life, transporting you to Scrooge’s London counting house that fateful Christmas when Scrooge meets three Ghosts and a certain little boy named Tiny Tim
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 24, 2020
It's the holly jolliest time of the year as the Phoenix Theatre Cultural Centre and the Indianapolis Public Library will present Season's Readings, a ten-book children's storytelling series that highlights a diversity of families, cultures and celebrations.
by Jason Davis - Nov 21, 2021
When attempting to produce a classic show where audience members not only know the story but can sing along with all the songs, theatre companies are left with only two choices: one, do something unique and unexpected, or two, stick to the script and knock it out of the park.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 12, 2021
Clara and her three grown kids have always known they were special, ever since the miraculous Christmas Eve in 1942 when the Blessed Mother appeared to Grandpa in his barbershop! Daughter Ruth unveils her plan to write and star in a one-woman Christmas show about the family miracle so the 'whole world will know!'
by Marina Kennedy - May 6, 2022
For lunch, dinner, Happy Hour or weekend brunch, David Burke Tavern makes the guest experience a remarkable one. Whether you drop by solo, plan an intimate dinner, or are hosting a group party, you’ve found your spot.
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 26, 2021
TodayTix Originals brought Broadway back to Tavern on the Green with the opening night of Broadway at Tavern last night, a special series of live concerts from stars of the New York stage under the stars at New York’s most iconic eatery.
by Steve Callahan - May 23, 2022
Opera Theatre Saint Louis opens its 47th season with a splendid 'Carmen'. Read our BWW critic's review.
by Stephen Mosher - May 20, 2021
The wait is over, New York; Farah Alvin is back at The Green Room 42 to rock the house once more.
by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2021
Celebrating its 75th Anniversary as “The Miracle of the Forest,” Forestburgh Playhouse, under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Franklin Trapp, proudly announces its Diamond Anniversary Season of musicals and plays, along with a summer series of outdoor concerts in compliance with local social distancing measures.
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2021
TodayTix Originals is bringing Broadway back to Tavern on the Green with Broadway at Tavern, a special series of live concerts.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2020
Shakespeare's second-famous a?oebattle of the sexesa?? play. Will Benedick, the ever-confirmed bachelor, admit his love for the equally witty and equally independent Beatrice? Will the young lovers Claudio and Hero survive the devious meddling of others? What do you want to bet there will be two weddings in the end?
by Stephi Wild - Mar 4, 2022
Playwright and director Richard Gustin today announced the casting for his tour de force world premiere comedy, Being Seen. Veteran Kansas City premiere actors Mark Robbins and Ashley Pankow will star in the exclusive Kansas City three-week engagement August 24 – September 11 at the Black Box Theatre.
by Student Blogger: Kyle Morales - Mar 26, 2021
Marc Tumminelli, Founder and Director of Broadway Workshop and Artistic Director of Project Broadway, has earned himself a new title as the creator and host of “LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway.'
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 24, 2022
Whether acting on her own or with her partner in crime and life, Mardie Millit is determined to make the most of her life as an artist and a New Yorker, even during a global pandemic.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 2, 2022
Pittsburgh CLO Executive Producer, Mark Fleischer has announced three engaging shows to be presented in the 2022 Kara Cabaret Series.
by Albert Gutierrez - Mar 2, 2020
A few weeks back, I attended the opening night of The Three Musketeers at Orlando Shakes. I marveled, in particular, at a rotating stage and staircase designed by Bert Scott. The way the production team used that stage always impressed me. Imagine my delight when I came back to Orlando Shakes for the opening weekend of HENRY IV, PART 1 and saw that same exact stage now being used to represent 1492 England rather than 1628 France. Part of it is my fault, I didn't know they'd be using the same stage and assumed another theatre space at Orlando Shakes would house HENRY IV. But now knowing that this same space was used for two plays got the wheels in my head turning. It's a genius move on Orlando Shakes' part, creating a very fitting double-feature of entertainment. The same cast, the same stage, but two wholly different stories unfold.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 12, 2020
Read City Theatre's full statement regarding canceled performances in the wake of Covid-19:
by Vikki Jane Vile - Jun 13, 2020
Kenneth MacMillan's Mayerling is the vivid dramatisation of the life of Crown Prince Rudolph and his death alongside his young mistress Mary Vetsera in 1889. A staple of the Royal Ballet's repertoire since its premiere in 1978, it is known for the rigorous demands on the central male dancer, but is demonstrated faultlessly in this 2018 performance starring Steven McRae with Sarah Lamb as his teenage lover.
by Marina Kennedy - Jul 20, 2022
Whether you’re a guest of the city or a native New Yorker, a visit to Tavern on the Green, the iconic restaurant located on Central Park West is a must. This ever-charming modern American restaurant is sure to please.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 13, 2021
Celebrating its 75th Anniversary as 'The Miracle of the Forest,' Forestburgh Playhouse, under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Franklin Trapp, will present in Rep: the heavenly musical hit ALTAR BOYZ and the 60s salute to girl groups BEEHIVE with performances July 13-25.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 11, 2022
Los Angeles can expect a fresh new post-pandemic 'performance experience' with the launch of The Realm Company by bicoastal dancer, choreographer, singer and actor Chasen Greenwood. The Realm Company will be giving patrons and others a preview of what is to come when it launches fully in September-with a blackbox performance to original music on Sunday, July 17 at Westside School of Ballet
by Tara Olivero - Jul 1, 2021
LES MISERABLES STUDENT EDITION coming soon to Fort Wayne Summer Music Theatre, featuring 65 students from across 23 area schools.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 4, 2022
Told through the memory of 20-year-old Linda O'Shea, the play begins when the parish priest overhears Linda's bawdy-but-accurate explanation of “the birds and the bees” to her younger sister, Becky. What follows is a fast-paced chain of events that's both unexpected and hilarious. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 24, 2022
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will present four performances as part of their 2021-2022 series in the brand-new Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in March and May.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 24, 2022
Love is in the air, and so is the love of great dining. Whether you’re having a Galentine’s celebration, gathering with loved ones, or planning an intimate meal for two, we have dining spots that are planning special menus to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 20, 2021
Peninsula Players Theatre has announced the cast for 'The Dust of Death,' an adaptation by Neil Brookshire of Fred Merrick White's science-fiction short story, 'The Dust of Death: The Story of the Great Plague of the Twentieth Century.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 18, 2021
The Atlanta Shakespeare Company at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse Presents OTHELLO, A Digital Production, directed by O’Neil Delapenha. Performances will be available for purchase February 4-28, 2021.
by Marina Kennedy - Feb 4, 2022
The farm-to-table American restaurant Black Barn will celebrate love this Valentine’s Day by offering couples the chance to get a barnyard elopement or wedding vow renewal in the big city for free. From 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM by reservation only.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 24, 2021
Beginning March 15, 2021, Goodspeed On Demand will offer musical theatre fans worldwide a variety of streaming content that ranges from never-before-seen archive recordings of past Goodspeed productions to filmed theatrical performances by musical theatre legends to unique concerts from some of the best and brightest performers on the stage today.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 16, 2022
The Sun Valley Music Festival has announced that it is presenting Carl Orff's Carmina Burana for its 2022 Gala Concert on July 31. Unpretentious and endlessly entertaining, Carmina Burana is a rollicking choral tour de force - if classical music had a 'rock opera,' this would be it.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 16, 2021
Marc Tumminelli and Little Me: Growing Up Broadway, in association with the Broadway Podcast Network, is celebrating their one year anniversary with new episodes, as well as, their new “Spotlight” series. 
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 11, 2020
Join The Majestic for its third Dinner Theatre of the 2020 Season: King O' The Moon a comedy by Tom Dudzik, will be held on March 6 - 8, 2020.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 11, 2020
 Virginia Repertory Theatre announces the opening of the first production of 2020 at the Hanover Tavern: The 39 Steps, opening Friday, February 14. The Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning play mixes a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, and adds a dash of Monty Python, to create a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre. This play is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously talented cast of four), an onstage plane crash, and even some good old-fashioned romance!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 26, 2021
Cleveland Public Theatre Executive Artistic Director Raymond Bobgan will present Pandemonium 2021—CPT’s annual benefit and theatrical spectacular—on Saturday, September 18, 2021, from 7:00pm through midnight. The Pandemonium 2021 theme is “The Break of Dawn.”
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 16, 2021
Forestburgh Playhouse presents the comedy, Buyer & Cellar by Jonathan Tolins, from August 17-22 on the Tavern Stage. Directed by Broadway veteran Matt Lenz, Buyer & Cellar stars Nick Cearley of The Skivvies as Alex More.
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 6, 2021
New York City’s iconic landmark Central Park restaurant, Tavern on the Green, is excited to announce its official reopening for Thursday, April 29, 2021 to the reimagined New York dining scene.
by Review Roundups - Apr 3, 2022
New York City. 1863. The Civil War raged on. An extraordinary thing occurred amid the dangerous streets and crumbling tenement houses of the Five Points, the notorious 19th-century Lower Manhattan slum. For many years, Irish immigrants escaping the devastation of the Great Famine settled alongside free-born Black Americans and those who escaped slavery, arriving by means of the Underground Railroad. The Irish, relegated at that time to the lowest rung of America's social status, received a sympathetic welcome from their Black neighbors (who enjoyed only slightly better treatment in the burgeoning industrial-era city). The two communities co-existed, intermarried, raised families, and shared their cultures in this unlikeliest of neighborhoods.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 12, 2022
Museum of Russian Icons Founding Director Kent dur Russell has announced that he plans to retire in May of 2022 after more than sixteen years of committed leadership at the Clinton-based museum.

The Tavern Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of The Tavern have their been?
The Tavern has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1920, Broadway which opened in 1921 and Broadway which opened in 1930.

What productions of The Tavern have their been?
The Tavern has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1920, Broadway which opened in 1921 and Broadway which opened in 1930.

What productions of The Tavern have there been?
The Tavern has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1920, Broadway which opened in 1921 and Broadway which opened in 1930.