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John Golden Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
252 West 45th St.
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by Robert Barossi - Sep 24, 2013
In terms of longevity and legacy, The Wilbury Group is still one of the newest kids on the block in the Rhode Island theater community. Founded only three years ago, in 2010, they have been growing quickly, moving last season into a new space where they have settled in very nicely. Along with finding their home as far as the physical space is concerned, they also have begun to find their groove, artistically and technically. If the first play of this season is any indication, they are ready for another big growth spurt and area audiences are in for some exciting, riveting works of theater. Detroit is a play that begins with a simple enough premise. A couple living in an upper middle-class suburb have invited their new neighbors over for a barbecue. The suburb could be just outside of the titular city or it could be anywhere in the United States. Middle-aged and seemingly well-off, the first couple are either the picture of suburban harmony or they are trying very hard to fake it. The other couple, younger and definitely lower in class, are just recently out of rehab and everything about them indicates a struggle and desire to make their lives work, if they can only figure out how.
by Carrie Dunn - Sep 23, 2014
It seems odd to go to the Dominion Theatre and not see that giant golden statue of Freddie Mercury looking down on you. After this limited run of Evita, one wonders if they'll use the space to honour Madalena Alberto, who gives a simply astonishing performance as Eva Peron.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 3, 2013
Returning for its third consecutive season, NBA TV's critically acclaimed Open Court will tip off Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 6 p.m. ET with the first of four episodes airing each Tuesday throughout the month. The show will once again feature a cast of NBA greats including a mix of TNT and NBA TV analysts and special guests sharing their personal accounts of some of the league's top moments and storylines.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 19, 2021
Kyle Banks, who could be seen in the touring and Broadway casts of The Lion King and more, is not only a talented performer, but a changemaker and philanthropist at the helm of multiple forward-thinking organizations. Taking this Broadway season off, Banks has put his focus on his other greatest passion- supporting marginalized communities.
by Jade Kops - Nov 20, 2017
MURIEL'S WEDDING THE MUSICAL, the much anticipated musical theatre adaptation of PJ Hogan's iconic movie from 1994, is absolutely wonderful, capturing the heart and soul of its inspiration with an added depth and incredible new music by Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall.
by David Fick - May 26, 2013
The Sugar-daddy Theatre Company's production of LADY LUCK is a pretty bleak affair. Relentlessly nihilistic, the play is set in Cape Town's seedy underbelly, a world in which exotic dancers mingle with mobsters and where loan sharks circle their unfortunate prey.
by - May 14, 2010
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by - May 13, 2010
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by Vikki Jane Vile - Mar 7, 2020
Enough words have been given to the controversy surrounding this run of Liam Scarlett's Swan Lake, its first revival since a largely triumphant premiere in 2018. I don't wish to dwell further here, and instead want to focus on what was one of the most memorable nights at the theatre in quite some time thanks to some virtuoso central performances, a faultless corps de ballet, and the transporting set and costumes of John Macfarlane.
by James Howard - Mar 21, 2008
REVIEW: CENTERSTAGE's starry revival of A Little Night Music opens triumphantly in Baltimore.
by Nancy Grossman - Mar 16, 2011
SpeakEasy Stage Company completes LaBute's "Beauty Trilogy" with New England premiere of 'reasons to be pretty.' Director Paul Melone is a master of these character-driven dramas, leaving no stone unturned to portray the unattractive obsessions of four young beauty-seekers.
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 14, 2013
DIY Network will be airing “The Ultimate Crash: House, Bath, Kitchen and Yard” on Sunday July 14th at 7pm ET/PT. The series is hosted by Josh Temple, Matt Muenster, Alison Victoria and Matt Blashaw.
by Elliot Lanes - Jun 13, 2018
Today's subject Naomi Jacobson is currently living her theatre life onstage at Studio Theatre in their superb world premiere production of The Remains. The show runs through June 24th in the company's Mead Theatre space.
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Jul 29, 2018
It is almost fifty years since the original Mel Brooks film and seventeen since the Broadway stage version of Mel Brook's hilarious and outrageously funny, totally incorrect musical, The Producers, hit the stage. And despite it, or perhaps because of the contentious climate in which we live, this glorious tonic of laughter and colorful characters still rings true and commands a wrapt audience. Biddeford city Theater's production, directed by Linda Sturdivant, provides a glorious afternoon escape into the world of parody, spoof, and Broadway innuendo. The production is a large one for this ambitious community theatre, and they rise admirably to the challenge. Sturdivant directs and produces with a sure hand and a very balanced sense of humor - Mel Brooks requires a deft touch, despite the overt quality of his comedy. She expertly captures the iconic moments, keeps the stage pace, moves the action, and helps the cast establish the colorful characters.
by Jade Kops - Jul 15, 2018
Director Mitchell Butel has gathered a wonderful group of women, and one man, to deliver a captivating expression of the life of Fanny Brice in FUNNY GIRL THE MUSICAL, presented in concert with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
by TV News Desk - Jul 14, 2013
DIY Network will premiere 'The Ultimate Crash: House, Bath, Kitchen and Yard' today, Sunday July 14th at 7pm ET/PT. The series is hosted by Josh Temple, Matt Muenster, Alison Victoria and Matt Blashaw.
by Roger Catlin - Jul 13, 2016
The long ride up the elevator to Studio Theater's Stage 4 is certainly rewarded in the regional premiere of Robert Askins' Broadway hit Hand to God.
by Robert Barossi - Feb 9, 2018
Some musicals or plays can be a little bit difficult to pin down or describe and Regina Taylor's Crowns, now playing at Lyric Theatre's Plaza stage is in that category. The program's Director's Notes say, in part, that the musical is "presented as a jukebox musical," which it is in that it uses previously recorded songs woven into a plot, but that doesn't tell the whole story. To say that it's a "show about hats," would be a huge oversimplification and a disservice to a show that is so much more than that.
by Jacques Lamarre - Feb 29, 2012
Stephen Svoboda's AIDS-era take on 'The Odyssey' is an epic and intimate journey.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 23, 2018
Based on Jeff VanderMeer's best-selling Southern Reach Trilogy, Annihilation stars Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, Tuva Novotny and Oscar Isaac. It was written and directed by Alex Garland (Ex Machina, 28 Days Later).
by Jade Kops - Dec 21, 2017
Circus, cabaret, vaudeville and comedy combine in the World Premiere of THE UNBELIEVABLES.
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 17, 2018
Talk about baptism by fire! That's what Gustavo Dudamel--that wunderkind of the classical conducting world--faced as he reached the podium of the Met for the first time Friday night. Not only was he conducting Verdi's great opera, OTELLO, but he was doing so with a last-minute substitute in the title role. The result: All went well with the Met's production of the masterwork.
by Jade Kops - Aug 28, 2019
Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Roxie) and Alinta Chidzey (Velma) lead the Sydney return of Walter Bobbie's multi award winning revival of John Kander (Music), Fred Ebb (Lyrics & Book), and Bob Fosse's (Book) CHICAGO
by Audrey Liebross - Aug 2, 2021
The Desert Rose Playhouse production of THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL is currently running in the company's new location in Palm Springs. The show features fabulous performances and design, and terrific direction by Robbie Wayne. Combined with David Nehls' clever lyrics and tuneful music (reminiscent of GREASE), audiences are sure to have a good time.
by Jennifer McHugh - Aug 11, 2015
I'm pretty sure we just witnessed Theo becoming the reliable one of the group and Scott becoming the weak link. Sure, Theo's kind of a psycho and Scott is the Alpha, but hey, what could possibly go wrong with that scenario?
by Jade Kops - Apr 7, 2016
Hit songs of the 60's are recreated in GEORGY GIRL – THE SEEKERS MUSICAL as the scandal free history of The Seekers is recounted.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Apr 30, 2019
Based on his 1997 smash hit film and adapted for the stage by Oscar-winning writer Simon Beaufoy, The Full Monty is the bittersweet story of a group of unemployed Sheffield steelworkers who, inspired by a local Chippendale show, turn to stripping to raise some much-needed money.
by Andrea Stephenson - Apr 26, 2019
Add together a foggy night, dead body, clues that point in different directions, twists and turns, and what do you get? Agatha Christie's The Unexpected Guest. The Unexpected Guest opened in 1958 in the West End and was turned into a novel by Charles Osborne in 1999. Test out your detective skills at Little Theatre Mechanicsburg where The Unexpected Guest will take the stage April 26-May 12. I had the opportunity to take a sneak peak of the first act and to speak with two of the actors-Kaitlyn Booth, portraying Laura Warwick, and Nova Lorraine, playing Inspector Thomas.
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 26, 2016
The Met's new production of Richard Strauss's ELEKTRA is something to behold, with Vincent Huguet recreating the original by the late Patrice Chereau from France's Aix-en-Provence Festival. Starring the glorious Nina Stemme in the title role--and backed by the stellar performances of Waltraud Meier as Klytamnestra, Adrianne Pieczonka as Chrysothemis and Eric Owens as Orest--this is a cast that would be hard to better. Add to it conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen's insightful, propulsive performance with the great Met orchestra. And, yet, there was…something missing: catharsis--no burst of rapture and the urge to jump up and applaud.
by Caryn Robbins - Apr 26, 2013
Drew Seely stars in the ABC Family original TV movie Lovestruck: The Musical which had its World Premiere on Sunday, April 21. The talented actor spoke about his experience filming the exciting new musical.
by Review Roundups - Apr 24, 2014
Roundabout Theatre Company's Cabaret on Broadway, starring Alan Cumming in his Tony Award-winning role as 'Emcee' and three-time Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams as 'Sally Bowles' opens tonight, April 24, 2014 and runs through January 4, 2015 at at the newly transformed Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th Street). Let's see what the critics had to say...
by Review Roundups - Apr 23, 2013
The Broadway revival of Horton Foote's beloved classic, The Trip to Bountiful, opens tonight, April 23, at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre (124 W 43rd St). Directed by Michael Wilson, the cast features Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award-winning actress Cicely Tyson, Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding, Jr, Emmy Award nominee and recording star Vanessa Williams, and Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad. Let's see what the critics had to say...
by Review Roundups - Apr 21, 2016
Let's check out what the critics had to say...
by Samantha Vega - Apr 11, 2013
The performers were in top for last night when they sang two songs each. Tonight on American Idol another contestant goes home and Kelly Clarkson and Scotty McCreey returns to the Idol stage.