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These Men - 1980 - Off-Broadway


Clurman Theater

(New York, NY)
410 West 42nd Street
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2020
Tennessee Shakespeare Company continues its 'Essential' 13th performance season Friday, September 11 with the most hopeful and immediate of its Dr. Greta McCormick Coger Literary Salons titled Creative Extremists: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, and Malcolm X.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 28, 2020
DES, ITV's highest rated drama of 2020 and biggest drama launch in 14 years makes its US debut. Exclusive North American Premiere on Sundance Now on Thursday, October 15, 2020 with a new episode available every following Thursday
by TV News Desk - Sep 16, 2020
As the weather chills and leaves begin to change, grab your favorite blanket and curl up with Disney+ for “It’s Fall on Disney+,” featuring exciting and  heart-warming new original movies and series and many of your favorite movies premiering this season. 
by TV News Desk - Oct 9, 2020
David Tennant stars in a bone-chilling true-crime drama focusing on one of the most infamous serial killers in UK history – Dennis Nilsen.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2020
Scarborough-born actor Simon Slater returns to his hometown this autumn to present a one-man thriller as part of the Stephen Joseph Theatre's bold new season of live entertainment.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 5, 2020
Matthew and John are bringing their A-Game, their original music, their friends and their antics to a 24 hour fundraiser called DRINK-WA-TER-THON 2020
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2020
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today released Baptism (of The Sharecropper's Son & The Boy From Boonville), a three-part tribute poem inspired by the legacies of civil rights leaders John Lewis and C.T. Vivian by award-winning poet and artist Carl Hancock Rux.
by TV News Desk - Oct 2, 2020
CLO writes with intention.
by Cara Joy David - Oct 12, 2020
The theater shutdown has been hard on everyone in the industry. That is true even of actors. While the average naïve reader might think of acting as a lucrative profession, many theater actors, especially New York-based ensemble members, dona??t typically have a lot of extra cash. Yes, even the lowest tier Broadway contract pays fairly well, but it is not as if the work is consistent. So what do those folks do now?
by Roy Berko - Nov 10, 2020
In this age of Black Lives Matter movement and other civil rights unrest, a performance piece such as, ...OR DOES IT EXPLODE?, is both relevant and fulfills the obligation of the arts to produce works that reflect that era from which is comes.
by TV News Desk - May 4, 2020
Dwayne Johnson has revealed the elite group of six world-renowned athletes to compete in NBC's “The Titan Games.”
by Stephi Wild - May 3, 2020
Looking for something new to read while stuck inside, but still need your Broadway fix? We've rounded up 10 of our favorite theatre-themed history books to fill the void!
by Peter Nason - May 26, 2020
BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest scenes in cinema from 1901 to 2020. See if your favorite movie moments made the list!
by Stephen Mosher - May 23, 2020
As New York City hits the ten-week mark of quarantine, the artists of the cabaret and concert community are getting solid footing on how their art form will evolve. There may be some doubt, but they all know the truth: They will survive.
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2020
The Hong Kong Repertory Theatre announced on 18th May the 2020-21 theatre season. Under the theme 'Discovering Theatre: A Joyful Journey', the new season includes quite a few comedies, hoping that audiences can garner wisdom and insight through laughter.
by Mary Lincer - Mar 31, 2020
Theatre people pre-date the gig economy.  Itinerant performers entertained villages centuries before the first theatre building was constructed.  And Shakespeare's Globe Theatre often had to lay off the whole company because of epidemics of plague.  Now, in the Washington, DC area, ninety theatre companies have had to cease operations because of covid-19.  Many of those who work in them as actors, designers, lighting, sound, and costume staff, directors, and box office personnel do not have benefits such as sick leave and health insurancea?'they just get paid show to show.  Fifty productions had to be cancelled and twenty more, which were about to open, never will.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 29, 2020
Lucky number thirteen in the Pandemic Playlist brings a lot of really talented cabaret performers into the spotlight, some who have been around a couple of years, and some who are just beginning.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2020
Berkeley's acclaimed Aurora Theatre Company (Artistic Director Josh Costello) announced today the plays that will comprise the theatre's 29th season, with the first slot to be announced at a later date.
by Stage Tube - Mar 15, 2020
American jazz pianist Jason Moran, who composed music for the films Selma and 13th, performed 'Two Wings' with his wife, singer Alicia Hall Moran, LIVE at the Kennedy Center.
by Nicole Ackman - Mar 13, 2020
Brandon A. Wright plays Harpo in THE COLOR PURPLE, originally scheduled to come to DPAC from March 20 to 22. Wright is a graduate of Wayne State University and is originally from Newark, NJ.
by Erica Cataldi-Roberts - Mar 10, 2020
ASSASSINS, the 1990 Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman show featuring the stories of nine successful and would-be presidential assassins, may seem like an odd choice of subject for a musical, particularly as the first musical in the Gamm Theatre's 35 season history. However, with inventive staging and a top-notch cast guided by artistic director Tony Estrella, this selection pays off.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2020
To support the ongoing Justice for George Floyd and Black Lives Matter movements, The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia will stream their 2018 production of James Ijames' KILL MOVE PARADISE from today, June 8, 2020, to June 21, 2020, featuring members of the Wilma's HotHouse Company.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2020
As the world continues to stand up to racism in these turbulent times, Broadway actors, staying true to form, are making their voices heard... and the volume is rising.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2020
After celebrating its 25th Anniversary at The Soraya in 2017, DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion returns for its fourth engagement a?" this time with This Is Me: Letters from the Front Lines. From DIAVOLO artistic director Jacques Heim, This Is Me explores how the current climate of isolation has encouraged us to look within ourselves. It is The Soraya's fourth online performance.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 27, 2020
This weekend (June 27-28) in live streaming: celebrate Global Pride, Lea Salonga sings with Seth Rudetsky, and so much more!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2020
Today (June 26) in live streaming: A new Next on Stage, Lea Salonga visits Backstage Live! and so much more!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 17, 2020
Allston James' taut Vietnam War stageplay, A Hill in Time, has won the 2020 William Broyles Award for Distinguished Playwriting or Screenwriting. This is James' third Broyles Award. Suribachi won the honor in 2015 as did The Tree Talk in 2018.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2020
Since 2014, the Queerly Festival has been a platform for LGBTQIAP+ indie artists to express their Pride. With the loss of the NYC Pride March, as well as many other commemorative and joyful events, Queerly isn't going anywhere - except online.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2020
An online streamed reading of Charles Randolph-Wright's Cuttin Up based on the book 'Cuttin Up: Wit and Wisdom From Black Barbershops by Craig Marberry.
by Stage Tube - Jul 7, 2020
From the creators of Chef's Table, Street Food Latin America explores the rich culture of street food in some of the world's most colorful cities. These six episodes explore countries across Latin America including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Bolivia, highlighting the stories of perseverance that bring each country's cuisine and culture to life.
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - Jul 27, 2020
While it can be exciting to see your favorite films or cult classics preformed on stage, nothing can replace to feeling one gets when walking into a theatre for the first time and seeing a show new to the world of Broadway. 
by BroadwayWorld TV - Jul 2, 2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thomas Kail chat with Richard Ridge about the conversation that they hope the musical starts in the context of today.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2020
Goodman Theatre has announced Stateville Voices, the virtual premiere of three new short plays-Parameters of Closeness by André Patterson; Ain't Nothing Like Quality Time by Taurean Decatur; and Comic Books and Candy by Antonio McDowell-all directed by former Goodman Michael Maggio Fellow Sydney Chatman.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 16, 2020
The Golden Gays NYC have taken their act online in a successful 13-week run of shows and this week Broadway World found out why they are called The premiere Golden Girls drag show in the country.
by Stage Tube - Jan 7, 2021
Regina talks about the angry Trump mob storming the Capitol building in Washington D.C. today, growing vegetables during quarantine after being inspired by Anthony Anderson, directing her new film One Night in Miami, Cassius Clay, Jim Brown, Sam Cooke & Malcom X, and meeting Tupac and becoming friends when they were in Poetic Justice together.
by Stage Tube - Jan 6, 2021
Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. has released the lyric video for his latest single, 'Speak Now.'
by Stage Tube - Jan 4, 2021
Kemp Powers' 2013 play 'One Night in Miami' is getting the on-screen treatment, featuring Leslie Odom Jr. as the legendary singer Sam Cooke.
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - Jan 17, 2021
Watch as he chats with 2020 Tony nominee (for Slave Play) Joaquina Kalukango, who stars in Regina King and Kemp Powers' One Night in Miami. The film is available to stream on Prime Video starting today, January 15.
by Stage Tube - Jan 15, 2021
Kemp Powers' 2013 play 'One Night in Miami' is getting the on-screen treatment! Watch the trailer for Amazon Prime's film adaptation below.
by TV News Desk - Jan 14, 2021
'One Night in Miami' star Leslie Odom Jr. will appear on the Tuesday, January 19th episode of 'Live with Kelly and Ryan!' 
by Stage Tube - Jan 13, 2021
Aldis talks about playing Jim Brown in One Night in Miami, working with Regina King, being cast as Hawkman in the new DC Black Adam movie, receiving a call from Dwayne The Rock Johnson, and sharing the good news with his family.
by Stage Tube - Jan 13, 2021
Actors Leslie Odom Jr., Kingsley Ben-Adir and Eli Goree joined SiriusXM Urban View’s “The Karen Hunter Show” and spoke with host Karen Hunter about co-starring in 'One Night in Miami,' a fictional account of a night between Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown. The cast also talks about the state of America with Karen.
by TV News Desk - Dec 23, 2020
In the most dramatic season of The Bachelorette, Tayshia Adams' unexpected journey to love came to an end when she accepted a proposal from Zac Clark with a gorgeous diamond and platinum engagement ring.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2020
Alan Dershowitz, acclaimed civil liberties lawyer/bestselling author, Todd Kwait and Rob Stegman, the co producers/directors of TRUTH IS THE ONLY CLIENT: THE OFFICIAL INVESTIGATION OF THE MURDER OF JOHN F. KENNEDY, and Bret Weinstein, a biologist/evolutionary theorist, are Tom Needham's special guests this Thursday on THE SOUNDS OF FILM.
by Jim Munson - Aug 24, 2020
In celebration of Womena??s Equality Day and the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and The Womana??s Club of Palo Alto will present a virtual performance of excerpts and songs from the dynamic musical Perfect 36, with lyrics and book by Laura Harrington, music by Mel Marvin, and direction by Mac Pirkle. Set in 1920, Perfect 36 honors the indomitable spirit of the suffragettes as they battle to secure a 36-state majority to ratify the 19th Amendment. The online event will take place at 5:30pm PDT on Wednesday, August 26th. Giovanna Sardelli, TheatreWorksa?? Artistic Associate and Director of New Works, will host the event and engage in a conversation with Laura Harrington, the showa??s book writer and lyricist. A link to stream the show will be available at for no charge, although donations are encouraged to support TheatreWorks and The Womana??s Club of Palo Alto. BroadwayWorld recently spoke with Giovanna Sardelli from her hometown of Las Vegas where shea??s been sheltering in place with family until she can safely return to her actual home base in New York City. In addition to her role at TheatreWorks, Sardelli is enjoying quite a remarkable career as a director at theaters across the U.S., and has built a track record of developing close working relationships with notable playwrights such as Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph and Olivier Award winner Matthew Lopez. Talking to Sardelli, ita??s clear why she is so constantly in demand. She is naturally engaging, inherently upbeat without being saccharine, and passionate about expanding the possibilities of theater. Her excitement about the chance to work closely with TheatreWorksa?? new Artistic Director Tim Bond to tackle new challenges is palpable.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2020
Today United Suicide Survivors International (United Survivors) announces the publication of the second book in a series to help support men's mental health, “Guts, Grit & The Grind: A MENtal Mechanics MANual - Advanced Mechanics in Preventative Maintenance” edited by Sally Spencer-Thomas Psy.D., Sarah Gaer, MA and Frank King and  published by BDI Publishers.  The book officially launches on August 16, 2020 with pre-orders available now on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
by TV News Desk - Apr 28, 2020
Amazon Prime Video has released the trailer for The Last Narc, a provocative four-part docuseries that centers on the most notorious murder in the history of the DEA – the 1985 kidnapping and murder of DEA Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena.
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 27, 2020
Their debut CD shows that The Drinkwater Brothers are on their way to the top, although it's less of a musical meal than it is a hearty snack.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2020
Smithsonian Channels' May programming features the premiere of “An American Aristocrat's Guide To Great Estates,” an all-access pass into Great Britain's most magnificent homes, hosted by Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke.