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Time After Time - 2002 - Regional (US) Tickets, News, Info & More

Based on the novel by Karl Alexander

Teacher, inventor and future science fiction writer H.G. Wells creates a time machine and chases a friend, who turns out to be Jack the Ripper, into the present-day New York City. There, he meets a contemporary woman, Amy, and falls in love.


by Ricky Pope - Sep 7, 2021
It’s a very rare thing for 54 Below to present an evening of strictly instrumental music. But violinist Rachel Handman and oboist Keve Wilson are not ordinary musicians. They have been friends since childhood, growing up in the same neighborhood upstate. Handman’s mother was Keve Wilson’s piano teacher. They’ve been together ever since, occasionally even sharing a Broadway pit. At the time of the shutdown, Handman was playing West Side Story and Wilson was playing Company. This is the fourth time they’ve graced the stage of 54 Below. However, this time their band has expanded. Together with guitarist Hidayat Honari, bassist Marc Schmied, and drummer Damien Bassman, Handman and Wilson delighted a rapt audience.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 3, 2020
ONE WORLD, the timely and historic “We Are the World” style new charity anthem for the global pandemic.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 29, 2020
Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre in association with DimlyWit Productionswill broadcast the second installment of its Tolerance Party series entitled Role Call which will be available to stream via their website.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 25, 2020
Molière in the Park will present a live stream of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Wilbur's translation of Molière's biting satire THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES, directed by Molière in the Park's Founding Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 21, 2020
Amazon Prime Video announced today that Small Axe, the highly anticipated anthology series.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 18, 2020
Following on from lauded mixtape The Revival Vol. 1, Yorkshire DJ and producer Franky Wah returns with the euphoric sounds of new single ‘You Don’t Know.'
by Ricky Pope - Sep 16, 2021
Andy and Orfeh have been making music together for 20 years. And from Saturday Night Fever to Legally Blonde to Pretty Woman and several other shows they co-starred in, they have reigned as Broadway’s hippest married couple. It’s pretty unfair for two people to be so attractive, so talented, so charismatic, so successful, and so in love. Yet it’s impossible to resent their many gifts because they are so willing to share them and they make it all look like such great fun.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 15, 2020
The Recording Academy® will honor its 2020 Special Merit Awards recipients with 'Great Performances: GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends®,' an awards ceremony and tribute concert hosted by Jimmy Jam on Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, at 9 p.m.
by Stage Tube - Oct 9, 2020
Lauper continues to reinforce her status as a role model, advocate and icon.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 9, 2020
Today, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Casey Abrams shares his new single, a cover of P.F. Sloan’s impassioned “Eve of Destruction.”
by Sondra Forsyth - Oct 7, 2021
The Pacific Northwest Ballet was back on stage in Seattle’s McCaw Hall in September of 2021, dancing for a live audience for the first time since the pandemic closed dance studios and theaters worldwide. Yet as welcome as that return to in-person performing was, PNB chose not to do away with the digital programming that had been its only option for over a year.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 24, 2020
Kaliswa Brewster is starring alongside an all-woman cast in Molière in the Park's live stream of Richard Wilbur's translation of Molière's satire THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES, directed by Lucie Tiberghien. This production looks at the classic play through a modern lens, putting the focus on the power of justice and equality over racism and sexism.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 23, 2020
Molière in the Park's live stream of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Wilbur's translation of Molière's THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES, directed by Molière in the Park's Founding Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien, premieres this Saturday, October 24 at 2pm EST and 7pm EST.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 20, 2020
When written in 1964, 'Eve of Destruction' lamented the morale surrounding the war in Vietnam, the draft, the cold war, and the challenges of their time.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 2, 2020
With one month to go until the monumental high-stakes U.S. election, Cyndi Lauper has enlisted GRAMMY-winning producer/remixer Tracy Young to create an amped up version of “Hope.” 
by Student Blogger: Samantha Daynes - Oct 19, 2020
Earlier this summer, when a friend and I were talking on the phone and lamenting the loss of theatre, we started talking about Broadway songs that have taught us important life lessons.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 15, 2021
The acclaimed Opus Two violin-piano duo returns to Feinstein's/54 Below on Tuesday, November 23 at 7pm for an unforgettable tribute to Stephen Sondheim featuring the New York premiere of A Little Night Music: Suite for Violin and Piano and celebration of the release of their world premiere recording of the same name on Bridge Records (4010).
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Oct 1, 2020
Andy Karl and Orfeh are stopping by the Seth Rudetsky Concert Series this weekend! We're looking back at their past performances before their show on Sunday!
by Bobby Patrick - Nov 9, 2021
A real Teen Titan, Miss Schwartz gave her audience a trim 8 number setlist with a fully scripted story that engaged and enlightened on the few stellar ups and many, many downs of being a 'kid' in the biz.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 30, 2020
Eva Cassidy, the now-internationally renowned singer who died from melanoma some 24 years ago this month, is once again breaking hearts as her signature rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s classic “Time After Time” serves as the soundtrack for the new national advertising campaign from Kay Jewelers. Watch the video here.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 23, 2021
Molière in the Park, in partnership with Prospect Park Alliance and LeFrak Center at Lakeside, proudly presents free staged readings of two one-act plays, Gaël Octavia's FAMILY, translated by Katharine Woff and Lucie Tiberghien, and Richard Wilbur's translation of Molière's THE IMAGINARY CUCKOLD, both directed by Lucie Tiberghien.
by Joe Sarafolean - Nov 18, 2021
Little Women written by Louisa May Alcott, is perhaps known as one of the most formative literary works when it comes to young women. So, it may come as no surprise that it has been adapted countless times for the screen and stage, perhaps most notably the 2019 film directed by Greta Gerwig and the 2005 musical starring Sutton Foster in the star turning role of Jo March.
by Michael Major - May 3, 2022
The film will offer an immersive journey into the world of the iconic and history-making singer-songwriter, actor, activist, and best-selling musical composer. Made with Cyndi Lauper’s full participation and support, the film will reveal a multi-faceted artist who has reinvented herself “time after time.”
by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2022
Strictly Come Dancing finalist and much loved former EastEnders star, Maisie Smith, will make her musical theatre debut later this year, as she co-stars in the 2022/23 UK tour* of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom The Musical in the lead female role of Fran, alongside her former Strictly dance partner, Kevin Clifton, who she waltzed her way to victory with in the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 Children In Need Special.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 9, 2021
When three beautiful voices join together in a recording it can be rewarding but when three friends join together to make something it's destined to be special.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 5, 2021
Broadway power couple Andy Karl and Orfeh, along with Andrew Logan have collaborated on a new single, available now!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 25, 2021
Eva's club now celebrates the 20th Anniversary of SONGBIRD reaching the top of the British charts, completing its 133 week UK chart record journey after its initial 1998 release.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 24, 2022
The Human Race Theatre Company continues its 35th Season with a new play by Seattle playwright Katie Forgette – Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help – playing April 14 – May 1 at the Loft Theatre.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 10, 2021
Need something new to read, watch, or listen to? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases! This week's list includes new music from Andy Karl and Orfeh with Andrew Logan, a debut album from Joshua Henry, a new Randy Rainbow parody, and more!
by Drew Eberhard - Jun 7, 2021
“Things get better. They may not always get brilliant, but they get better.” -Narrator, Every Brilliant Thing In its first Live-Audience mounting since the novel-Coronavirus Pandemic shut down the world as we know it, TampaRep has chosen a marvel of a production. In doing so invited audience members back home so-to-speak with open arms, and mounting this production with one of the finest actors in our surrounding area at its helm. Duncan MacMillan’s Every Brilliant Thing is different than anything we have seen as of late. I think this is what truly makes it an endearing yet very sobering piece. Grounded in Audience Participation and two constants, a list and the Mother’s mental illness. In this fast paced but never rushed 70 minute tour-de force the Narrator who is remaining nameless maneuvers his way through the space telling the tale of his younger years, his time in college, falling in and out of love, marriage and eventually the failings/ups and downs in which life brings along its path.
by Michael Major - Jun 6, 2022
Yuka Mito, a very appealing jazz singer who made a strong impression with her previous release Time After Time, displays her continuing evolution on Love In The City. Love In The City has Yuka joined by the same trio as on her previous recording.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 16, 2021
The original tribute to The Eagles, Hotel California, will bring the hits to M Resort Spa Casino for a special performance on Saturday, August 14, 2021 in the M Pavilion.
by Alan Portner - Jun 15, 2021
Now open at Kansas City’s Union Station is a huge, new, historical exhibition. The exhibition is fronted by one of the freight cars that once transported hundreds of thousands of souls to the Auschwitz death camp in southeastern Poland between 1940 and 1945.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 14, 2021
Get ready to pick your jaws up off the floor with Hey Presto-n! A night of illusion and Magic at the Charter Theatre on 30 June.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 19, 2021
Today's top stories: Marilyn Maye talks how she'll never retire on CBS Sunday Morning, Orfeh performs a mashup at Feinstein's/54 Below, and more!
by Stephi Wild - Jul 18, 2021
Orfeh returned to Feinstein's/54 Below this week with her new series of concerts, 'Or & More' on July 15-17.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 28, 2022
Gamiotics Studios, the emerging leader in real-time audience engagement, has seen unprecedented success during its sophomore presentation of The Twenty-Sided Tavern, a live-action Dungeons and Dragons style interactive adventure that played to sold-out houses at The Asylum NYC in New York City.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 14, 2021
Internationally renowned singer Eva Cassidy, who died from melanoma in 1996 at the age of 33, has been cultivating new fans in the U.S. as her signature rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s classic “Time After Time” serves as the soundtrack for Kay Jewelers’ national advertising campaign that has been running throughout the holiday season.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 24, 2022
Chester Theatre Company (CTC) returns to the Town Hall Theatre for the 2022 season with a full complement of four productions that includes a World Premiere Commission and a fresh restaging of a popular hit.
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 23, 2022
Earlier this week, Abingdon Theatre Company presented its hugely popular Broadway on the Bowery series, kicking off with An Evening with Teal Wicks- an intimate evening of entertainment at which she lent her incredible voice to an array of songs with a downtown twist. The show was performed with the Bowery Quartet under the musical direction of Nick Wilders.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 15, 2022
The Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program believes deeply in the creative abilities of every writer who has won the Young Native Playwrights Contest. That is why we have decided to offer a $500 mini-commission to each of the eight previous contest winners.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 9, 2021
Molière in the Park's free staged readings of Gaël Octavia's FAMILY, translated by Katharine Woff and Lucie Tiberghien, and Richard Wilbur's translation of Molière's THE IMAGINARY CUCKOLD, both directed by Lucie Tiberghien, premiere tonight, Thursday, December 9 at 7pm, with an additional performance on Friday, December 10 at 7pm.
by Steve Schonberg - Dec 15, 2021
Drizzle on some optimism and you've got yourself a darn satisfying sandwich. Or, really, a taste of life that may be in reach. It all depends on how you view life at Clyde's, now on Broadway, where sandwiches become a symbol of hope-where each deli meat and leafy green represents the potential for the future.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 14, 2021
The season will conclude in the summer of 2022 with a 50th Anniversary production of Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak’s musical GODSPELL, directed by the company’s newly appointed Managing and Casting Director Christopher Pazdernik and choreographed by Jeff award-winner Jenna Schoppe (She/Her).
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Lang - Apr 8, 2021
As we await the announcement of the movie's cast, I wanted to propose what I think would have the perfect mix of Hollywood's favorite way to anger fans (stunt casting) and Broadway representation.
by Michael Major - Apr 26, 2022
Belgian pop star Angèle (born Angèle Van Laeken) reveals the music video “Libre” HERE via Island Records, directed by Aube Perrie (Megan Thee Stallion, L’Impératrice). Taken from her album Nonante-Cinq, the video shows Angèle, as a way to oppose an all too often anxious-prone world. Watch the new music video now!
by Stephi Wild - Apr 25, 2022
Visions of Possibilities has announced the final cast for Sonia Jackson's critically acclaimed play, 'Conversations 'Bout The Girls.' This inspiring production is going virtual for the first time ever, exploring women and their relationship with their Breasts.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 13, 2022
Playwrights Foundation, the West Coast’s premier launchpad for exceptional new plays and playwrights, has announced the semifinalists and finalists for the 45th Bay Area Playwrights Festival (BAPF), which will be presented as a hybrid (in-person and streamed) festival July 29-August 07, 2022. For more information and a complete list of winners, the public may visit or call 415-626-2176.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 11, 2022
The Human Race Theatre Company continues its 35th Season with a new play by Seattle playwright Katie Forgette – Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help – playing April 14 – May 1 at the Loft Theatre.