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Ted and Liz are a husband and wife whose relationship is explored through New York Times stories that they fantasize as being about them.


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by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2022
100 years ago this month, San Francisco's historic Castro Theatre opened to great fanfare, and of course, an organ accompaniment for its silent film offerings. Over the next 10 decades, movies began to talk but the Castro organs continued to play. The famed “Mighty Wurlitzer” was removed by its private owner in 2015.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2022
The National Women's Theatre Festival 22 is happening July 28 – 31, 2022 at NCSU's Frank Thompson Hall. Festival 22 will also be presented through a virtual option for attendees.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 9, 2022
Goodspeed Musicals has announced the cast for the world premiere of Anne of Green Gables: A New Musical. Find out who is in the cast and how to get tickets.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2022
Seymour Centre's much-loved contemporary music program, Seymour Nights, returns for a second season this July with live performances from some of the most vibrant voices and ensembles in Australian music.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2022
ABBA The Concert, the top ABBA tribute group in the world, will be presented by the FSCJ Artist Series, sponsored by VyStar Credit Union on Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 7:30 p.m at the Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts (formerly the Times-Union Center).
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2022
With biting humour and social commentary, The MP Aunty Mandy and Me tells the story of Dom and is performed as stories dominate the news headlines of politicians accused of the abuse and rape of young men.
by Michael Quintos - Jun 8, 2022
What did our critic think of Tootsie in Costa Mesa? Despite a still problematic central premise, the non-equity national tour of the stage adaptation of TOOTSIE---now playing at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa through June 12, 2022---is, for the most part, a funny but flawed musical sprinkled with lots of funny lines, rapid-fire humor, and amusing shenanigans.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2022
Following the sold-out success of COVID SUX: The Musical at Cumston Hall, Chris Henry, and Mark Falconer have written a new sequel to their previous original musical comedy about the pandemic featuring parodies of hit Broadway songs from shows like Hamilton, Les Miserables, Tick Tick Boom, West Side Story, Chicago, and Annie.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jun 7, 2022
Mikhail Baryshnikov, the ballet dancer who defected from the Soviet Union to the West, has issued a searing criticism of President Putin and the war in Ukraine, accusing him of creating a “world of fear”, according to The Times.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 7, 2022
Broadway Black has announced that the Antonyo Awards will be returning this fall for an in-person celebration that will also be live streamed.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 7, 2022
Sundog Theatre will bring George Orwell's “1984” to life June 7, 2022. Staten Island. Sundog Theatre presents George Orwell's dystopian tale “1984”, running June 17 – June 26, 2022, at Wagner College's Stage One.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 6, 2022
The first £15 performances go on sale today, Monday 6 June, at 12pm for The Jamie Lloyd Company's production of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, in a version by Anya Reiss directed by Jamie Lloyd starring Emilia Clarke.
by Michael Major - Jun 6, 2022
Peabody and Emmy®-winning and Oscar®-nominated director Irene Taylor (“Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements,” “Beware the Slenderman”) of Vermilion Films, Imagine Documentaries and ABC News Studios investigate the downfall of an American institution in the powerful and timely documentary, “Leave No Trace.”
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jun 30, 2022
BWW catches up with Oli Dunbar to chat about bringing Rapsody to the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 3, 2022
Set in 1950s Baltimore, the conservative squares face off against the leather-clad delinquents in this rockabilly musical from the creative team behind Hairspray – Thomas Meehan and Mark O'Donnell – featuring a score from Fountains of Wayne co-founder Adam Schlesinger and The Daily Show executive producer David Javerbaum.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2022
Robert Halmi’s Great Point Studios has acquired the Tony nominated builder of set designs, Hudson Scenic. Hudson Scenic's credits include Hamilton, Hadestown, Aladdin The Lion King, and the Times Square Ball.
by Michael Major - Jun 28, 2022
The former IRONTOM/Foxtrails bassist will release his debut album, 2020, via Bodan Kuma. Straddling alternative and lo-fi electronic expressions inflected with Dane’s broad array of influences, the hugely atmospheric album is accompanied by monthly singles and videos, art installations, and NFT content.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 28, 2022
As Nottingham Playhouse launches its new brochure for the late summer and autumn 2022 to early Spring 2023, the company has revealed that its first production for 2023 will be the world premiere of Christy Lefteri's gripping best-selling novel, The Beekeeper of Aleppo adapted by Nesrin Alrefaai and Matthew Spangler.
by Michael Major - Jun 27, 2022
The Joy Formidable announced U.S. fall tour dates in support of their latest release, Into The Blue. The tour kicks off on September 3 in Austin, TX at Empire Control Room and hit markets such as New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., New Orleans, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more. See the full schedule here!
by Stephi Wild - Jun 27, 2022
Between October 2023 and February 2025, the new Monnaie Ring will be forged by music director Alain Altinoglu and director Romeo Castellucci - who began his opera career at La Monnaie with Parsifal in 2012.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jun 27, 2022
What did the critics think? Mad House, the hotly-awaited world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's play has now opened at the Ambassadors Theatre, starring David Harbour and Bill Pullman.
by Chantal Kunst - Jun 25, 2022
What did our critic think of AVENUE Q BY HAPPILY EVER AFTER PRODUCTIONS at Het Amsterdams Theaterhuis?
by Grace Cutler - Jun 24, 2022
Emilia Clarke has revealed that she hopes her West End debut will go better than her 'catastrophic' Broadway debut.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 23, 2022
The South Bend Symphony Orchestra will welcome the return of world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma on Wednesday, May 3, 2023, at Morris Performing Arts Center. For one night only, witness the ultimate artistic mastery of Yo-Yo Ma, one of classical music's prominent artists and ambassadors, perform with the full Symphony for the first time since 1979.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2022
Now, more than two years after it was first announced, the cast of Chains will celebrate Opening Night on Thursday June 23rd, at Theatre Row. Performances will now continue through July 23rd.
by Michael Major - Jun 22, 2022
Multi-hyphenate creative sophie meiers (they/them) unveils their new single “untangle me.” Taking cues from 90’s alternative and grunge, the hazy lofi track features muddy guitar strumming and a humble bassline with gritty feedback slicing through towards the end. “untangle me” follows a string of new single releases this year from sophie meiers.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jun 22, 2022
Last chance to book tickets to The Seagull from just £25!
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 21, 2022
Cabaret icon Mark Nadler has an all-new show and an all-new concept that will open on Gay Pride and celebrate two gay legends of the past with a new trajectory for their art.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2022
This September, the National Gallery invites people on a journey into the imagination of artist Cressida Campbell. A renowned colourist whose work blends printmaking and painting, Campbell blurs the boundary between art and life as she translates the everyday into the extraordinary.
by Michael Major - Jun 16, 2022
The album was started in Stockholm, Sweden with revered session drummer and producer Brady Blade, with the rest completed at Chastity’s own home studio with her longtime drummer Greg Schutte. Additional production and mixing was done by Chris Bell in Austin, Texas.
by Michael Major - Jun 16, 2022
Katy J Pearson has today shared 'Float', the latest track from her forthcoming new album, Sound of the Morning. This follows previous tracks, the 6Music A-listed 'Talk Over Town' , 'Alligator' and ‘'Game Of Cards.' 'Float' features black midi’s Morgan Simpson on drums and was co-written with Oliver Wilde, frontman of cult band Pet Shimmers.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2022
Northern Ireland Opera today announces the main cast for the critically-acclaimed national opera company’s stunning new adaptation of Giuseppe Verdi’s tragic love story, directed by Artistic Director Cameron Menzies, opening at Belfast’s Grand Opera House this September.
by Michael Major - Jun 16, 2022
WE tv announced a new series, Super Sized Salon, which follows the staff of the first beauty salon that caters to the plus size community, Babydoll Beauty Couture, as they are put to the test when challenges threaten the mission of the salon. The series will also stream on ALLBLK every Tuesday following its WE tv airing.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 15, 2022
One of the most controversial and celebrated plays of the last thirty years, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet's Oleanna makes its Majestic Rep debut in a limited run, July 14 through 24.
by Michael Major - Jun 15, 2022
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist RJ Thompson has released his latest offering in the form of cinematic pop single ‘Super 8’, the follow up to last month’s ‘Your Money Or Your Life’, which launched his brand new era and his first new music since 2020’s sophomore album Lifeline. Plus, check out September tour dates!
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2022
North Shore local talent Catherine Alcorn is returning to the stage where it all began in her latest collaboration with comic extraordinaire Phil Scott.
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 Michael Major - Jun 14, 2022
Simple Minds release “Vision Thing”, the first track to be taken from the band’s eighteenth studio album Direction Of The Heart. Currently playing acclaimed shows throughout Europe, Direction Of The Heart is Simple Minds’ first album of new material since 2018’s outstanding UK Top 5 album Walk Between Worlds. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 13, 2022
Royal Family Productions will present the inaugural production in a new Young BIPOC Directors series, Romeo and Juliet. This new adaptation of the classic Shakespeare play by Lindsay Price is directed by Lily Ventura.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 13, 2022
A young woman hides in her apartment and takes stock of her life so far, reflects on friendships, relationships, her relationship with her mother, and changed ideals. Sometimes combative, sometimes self-deprecating, sometimes desperate - to finally come to the hopeful conclusion that the world out there is waiting for them. Despite persistent rain outside the windows...
by Michael Major - Jun 13, 2022
The Max Original comedy STARSTRUCK, created by comedian and writer Rose Matafeo, has been renewed for a third season by HBO Max and co-producer BBC Three. The series is co-written by Matafeo, Alice Snedden and Nic Sampson, with Matafeo and Snedden also directing.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 13, 2022
The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA) is pleased to announce two new site-specific installations coming to the MOCA plaza on July 29 and Oct. 14. Autumn Casey's “Cliff and April” and Chire “VantaBlack” Regans' “To What Lengths” were selected following MOCA's 2022 open call to artists for its “Art on the Plaza” series.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jul 4, 2022
Directed by outgoing RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran and starring Arthur Hughes, the new production of Shakespeare's Richard III has now opened at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon. What did the critics think?
by Michael Dale - Jul 3, 2022
The title refers to the 53% of white women who voted for Donald Trump in 2016, but that's just the starting point.
by Grace Cutler - Jul 3, 2022
Black Oak Ensemble, the Chicago-based string trio with an international profile, performs rarely heard works for violin, viola, and cello written between the World Wars.
by Grace Cutler - Jul 2, 2022
Actor and Tarot-Reader Avalon Dziak offers a night of Tarot readings in the Lost Nation Theater Lobby Cabaret. Live music and libations round out the evening – which features readings for the room followed by individual mini-readings for those who want them.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jul 1, 2022
July continues a fantastic summer of theatre in London. From Emilia Clarke's West End debut in Jamie Lloyd's version of Chekhov's The Seagull to Anything Goes returning to The Barbican, here are some of this month's most eye-catching openings. Don't forget to check back for BroadwayWorld's reviews, interviews and features!
by Stephi Wild - Jul 1, 2022
The Schwabacher Recital Series presents baritone Sidney Outlaw (Merola, 2010) and pianist Warren Jones in the final concert of the 2022 series on Thursday, July 28 in the Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
by Team BWW - Jul 1, 2022
The Broadway Podcast Network will launch a new summer series of Broadway Gives Back hosted by Jan Svendsen. New episodes available now feature Hugh Jackman, Jonathan Groff, Broadway power couple Sergio Trujillo and Jack Noseworthy, TDF's Victoria Bailey, and producer Dori Berinstein with director Sammi Cannold.