Time and Again

Opened: January 9, 2001
Closing: February 18, 2001

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FELICITY Announces Rocking New Single 'She's Nuclear' by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Fresh off the release of their viral hit “Emo Trash”, Orlando trash-rock band FELICITY will release their forthcoming follow up “She’s Nuclear”. “She's Nuclear” is a flat-out, down-and-dirty, smack-you-in-the-mouth rock song. It represents the exact soul and essence of what FELICITY hangs its hat on: high-energy, anthemic hooks and melodic riffs.

WTG Playwrighting Group Holds Showcase This Weekend by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

The WTG Playwrighting Group has been hard at work and will once again present the world premier of eight one act plays. Learn more about the event here!

Windham Theatre Guild to Present Psychic Medium and Playwright's Showcase by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

Windham Theatre Guild has announced two events this month: Rebecca Anne Locicero-Psychic Medium on September 23 and Playwrights Showcase on September 29 & 30. Get event information here!

Music Review: Sari Jordan Calls For An End To Hostilities Between… Us All, Really, With Her New Single, CEASEFIRE by Bobby Patrick - Sep 18, 2023

CEASEFIRE is a beautiful if painful portrait of resolving conflict between people and the battle scars love can leave behind.

Feature: A SHINING East Coast Premiere in Atlanta for Moravec and Campbell's Operatic Re-Telling of the Stephen King Novel by Richard Sasanow - Sep 14, 2023

Nearly a decade ago, when composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell started work on an operatic version of Stephen King’s novel “The Shining” for the Minnesota Opera they were dealing with one of the most popular psychological thrillers of the 20th century—as well as one of the scarier movies of the ‘70s. It's having its East Coast premiere at Atlanta Opera, co-presented by the Alliance Theatre.

Marcus King Announces Auction with MusiCares and The Onsite Foundation to Raise Awareness for National Suicide Prevention Week by Michael Major - Sep 11, 2023

Marcus King today announced an online auction which will raise funds for MusiCares and The Onsite Foundation, and awareness for National Suicide Prevention Week, has begun. The auction hosted through CharityBuzz will see one winner receive a signed Gibson ES-335 guitar, plus a personal guitar lesson with King himself.

Theater Resources Unlimited And CreateTheater.com Welcome WICKED Scribe Winnie Holzman To The Feedback Panel For 'How To Write A Musical That Works' Musical Lab by A.A. Cristi - Sep 8, 2023

Winnie Holzman, librettist of Wicked and TV writer of thirtysomething as well as the creator of My So-Called Life with Claire Danes, has joined the feedback panel for Theater Resources Unlimited's upcoming workshop, How to Write a Musical That Works on Sunday 10/8, noon to 6:30pm.

Video: Watch Björk's 'Victimhood' Music Video by Michael Major - Sep 5, 2023

The video is an extension of the world Björk created for her album ‘Fossora’. ‘Victimhood’ discusses Jungian archetypes of self-pity, sacrifice and matriarchal care, within a melancholic composition that unfurls slowly across jagged electronics, foghorn clarinets and layered vocal harmonies.

Review: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Finds the Funny at Front Porch Theatricals by Greg Kerestan - Aug 23, 2023

Sondheim's backwards tragicomedy may be notoriously prickly, but Daina Michelle Griffith's production shines by emphasizing the humor over the nihilism.

Music Review: Ben Jones' Latest Swoon-Worthy Single TOO LATE NOW Has Arrived Just In Time by Bobby Patrick - Aug 22, 2023

We loved this new single of an old song in a young voice, and though many of us have heard this one many times over many years, Ben Jones makes it worthwhile again.

India Tyree to Present AN EVENING OF SONG at Stage Door Theatre by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 17, 2023

Get ready to be swept away by the enchanting melodies of 'An Evening of Song,' featuring the extraordinary talents of India Tyree. Don't miss your chance to experience India Tyree's remarkable vocal prowess and dynamic stage presence.

Ars Nova Unveils Exciting 2023-2024 Season Featuring Two World Premieres and Flexible Ticket Pricing by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 15, 2023

Get a sneak peek of Ars Nova's highly anticipated 2023-2024 season, featuring two world premiere productions. Discover how you can secure your tickets at affordable prices for these must-see shows. Don't miss out on the excitement!

Go Comedy! Will Host HOMECOMING WEEK Next Week by Stephi Wild - Aug 4, 2023

For nearly 15 years, Go Comedy! Improv Theater has been a cornerstone of improv and sketch comedy in metro Detroit. From impacting the lives of more than 1,000 students in Go U! The Improv Academy to being the home of hundreds of improvisers, Go Comedy! has positively influenced Metro Detroit and beyond.

Redlight Drops Bass Weapon Drop 'Down (Feat. Shanique Marie)' by Michael Major - Aug 2, 2023

A staple of the early two-step, garage, dubstep, and minimal techno of the early 2010s, Redlight is a formidable and recognizable force in electronic music and beyond. Influenced by the thriving Bristol club scene of the early 90s, the DJ and producer spent the first ten years of his career finding success in the D&B world under the alias Clipz.

Feature: THE LINEUP WITH SUSIE MOSHER Celebrates Five Years At Birdland Theater by Stephen Mosher - Jul 25, 2023

When it comes to long-running shows, Birdland has cornered the market, and this week The Lineup With Susie Mosher turns five.

Arpino Chicago Centennial Celebration To Presents Seven Ballet Companies From Across U.S. This September by A.A. Cristi - Jul 20, 2023

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Gerald Arpino, one of the 20th century's most influential artists, The Gerald Arpino Foundation presents the Arpino Chicago Centennial Celebration as the culminating event of a multiyear salute to this extraordinary choreographer and co-founder/director of The Joffrey Ballet. Performances take place September 23 and 24, 2023 at the Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Ida B. Wells Drive, Chicago.

PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL to Complete Limited Engagement in Chicago This Month by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 13, 2023

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of 'PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL' as it takes center stage in Chicago this month. Witness the incredible journey of Lloyd Price's musical career and be enthralled by his iconic hits.

D-Nice Comes to Club Quarantine at Carnegie Hall by Stephi Wild - Jul 12, 2023

On Wednesday, July 12, the exciting return of legendary artist, DJ, photographer, and producer D-Nice will give a special presentation of Club Quarantine Live in Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/ Perelman Stage at 8PM.

Review: Encore Performing Arts Found Its Grail with MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT at Dr. Phillips Center by Albert Gutierrez - Jul 9, 2023

Encore Performing Arts has a long and varied history of selecting projects for their appeal to the audience, both within the immediacy of the moment, as well as in the endurance it will hold in the memory for years to come.

DANCERS LOVE DOGS Returns to the Baxter Theatre This Month by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2023

Dancers Love Dogs (DLD), emceed once again by the inimitable comedian Alan Committie, is thrilled to announce its much-anticipated return to the stage after a 3-year hiatus brought about by the pandemic.

Photos & Video: First Look at PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL in Chicago by BroadwayWorld TV - Jun 28, 2023

Get a first look at photos and video of Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical!

2 PIANOS 4 HANDS Added to Northlight Theatre 2023-24 Season by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 27, 2023

Northlight Theatre has revealed the final selection of the 2023-2024 season, 2 Pianos 4 Hands by Richard Greenblatt and Ted Dykstra, directed by Rob Lindley.

Orrin Evans Drops New Single 'The Red Door' by Michael Major - Jun 19, 2023

What’s behind The Red Door? For pianist Orrin Evans, that question has come to symbolize the daring path his life and music have taken over the course of his three-decade career. On his latest album, he once again flings that door open, delighting in the collaborators, friends, inspiration, and history that he finds inside.

THE SPHERE OF LIGHT Comes to Hever Castle by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2023

From Ann Henning Jocelyn comes The Sphere of Light, an authentic historic play uncovering the hidden histories of the famous Boleyn women, which will be presented as a showcase at this year’s Hever Castle Theatre Festival.

Review: Pittsburgh CLO Sets Sail with ANYTHING GOES at Benedum Center by Greg Kerestan - Jun 15, 2023

Almost every time you see a major production of Anything Goes, it'll vary in some way from the last one you saw. There are at least three licensable editions of the show, from as far back as the 1930s and as recent as 2022. The song stack is in perpetual flux between a long list of Cole Porter greatest hits and B-sides, and there are several characters who appear only in certain editions of the show. About a decade ago, the show underwent a reputation update from 'park and bark' diva and vaudeville standard to an all-singing-all-dancing showcase for triple-threat performers. It's a lot of wigs on a very old head, but somehow the show still works.

Pippin's Tavern Unveils New Patio Just In Time For Patio Season In Chicago by A.A. Cristi - Jun 12, 2023

Known for carrying the legacy of good beer and good cheer since 1974, Pippin's Tavern, 39 E. Chicago, has announced the debut of its new patio.

Review: Fairy Tales Go Out of the Frying Pan and INTO THE WOODS at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts by Albert Gutierrez - Jun 7, 2023

A record 16 of the 17 credited cast members are transplants from the Broadway run, including an astounding 97% of its behind-the-curtain crew. In essence, we are getting the bona fide Broadway show, from its stars to its set decorators, here in the heart of Florida. I cannot fathom a better way for local audiences to experience INTO THE WOODS.

Dr. Shashi Tharoor Launches Kamal Shah's New Book SILVER LINING by Blair Ingenthron - May 28, 2023

Dr Shashi Tharoor, Indian politician and Member of Parliament (MP) launched a new book titled 'Silver Lining - Overcoming Adversity to Build NephroPlus, India's Largest Dialysis Provider' written by NephroPlus co-founder and author Kamal Shah.

Review: FALSETTOS at Front Porch Theatricals Pairs a Warm Heart with a Cold Shoulder by Greg Kerestan - May 24, 2023

William Finn's neurotic queer musical epic isn't necessarily user-friendly, but Pittsburgh's best local playhouse still manages to find the warmth amidst the dysfunction.

Photos: First Look Inside Rehearsals for PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL in Chicago by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 22, 2023

Get a first look at photos of Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical in Chicago!

Opera Mariposa Presents Month-Long Online Charity Benefit Supporting The ME | FM Society Of BC by A.A. Cristi - May 8, 2023

This May, Canada's first fully disability-run opera company is rallying the community to support people with chronic and post-viral illnesses. From May 1 - June 1, Vancouver's Opera Mariposa is presenting their annual Benefit + Awareness Month: an online charity fundraiser featuring music, videos, art, merch, and prizes benefiting the ME | FM Society of BC.

World Premiere of John Patrick Shanley's BROOKLYN LAUNDRY & More Set for Northlight Theatre 2023-2024 Season by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 25, 2023

Northlight Theatre has announced its 2023-2024 season. See programming, and learn how to purchase tickets!

Björk to Release 'the fossora remixes' Record Store Day 12” Double Single by Michael Major - Apr 21, 2023

For Record Store Day 2023, Björk will release a double A-side 12” of her recent remixes by Sega Bodega (feat. Shygirl) and sideproject. ‘ovule ft. Shygirl (Sega Bodega remix)’ emphasises the track’s majestic percussive elements. Björk also collaborated with sideproject when producing some of the beats on ‘fossora.’

Review: THE GARBOLOGISTS at Dezart Performs by Kay Kudukis - Apr 16, 2023

What did our critic think of THE GARBOLOGISTS at Dezart Performs?

Jobsite Theater to Present THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, TWELFTH NIGHT, and More in 25th Season by Blair Ingenthron - Apr 15, 2023

The 2023-24 season is Jobsite's 25th year of bringing the Tampa Bay area exciting, engaging live theater experiences between the Jaeb Theater and Shimberg Playhouse as the Straz Center's official resident theater company.

LOTNY to Present AMERICAN ONE ACTS in May by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 4, 2023

The little OPERA theatre of ny (LOTNY) will present American One Acts, a double bill, conducted by Gregory Hopkins and directed by Philip Shneidman, from May 31 - June 4, 2023 at Baruch Performing Arts Center.

Review: Belmont University Musical Theatre's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Showcases Students' Immense Talents by Jeffrey Ellis - Apr 1, 2023

Can you recall way, way back to 1991 when the Disney animated film version of Beauty and the Beast was first released? Well, even if you can’t, I certainly can remember how every theater aficionado I knew was exulting about the wondrous work and how it should be made into a live stage musical. In fact, it appeared that every film and theater critic worth his or her salt was noting the worthiness of such a transfer from film to stage.

Video: Björk Unveils 'fossora' Visual by Michael Major - Mar 30, 2023

The video is an extension of the world she molded for the album and sees her perform alongside clarinet sextet Murmuri, and Kasimyn of Gabbar Modus Operandi against an unfolding backdrop of glistening spores that multiply, grow and pulsate as the track’s intensity reaches its peak. Watch the new visual now!

Elizabeth Swados' THE BEAUTIFUL LADY to Have NYC Debut at La MaMa in May by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 21, 2023

THE BEAUTIFUL LADY – a new musical work by the Tony nominated composer Elizabeth Swados (RUNAWAYS in 1978), with text translated by Paul Schmidt – will have its NYC debut at La MaMa’s Ellen Stewart Theatre this spring.

Review: THE RIPPLE, THE WAVE THAT CARRIED ME HOME at KC Rep by Kelly Luck - Mar 19, 2023

Ms. Anderson’s work is an excellent example of voices that need to be heard. It takes on the segregation fight not with a high-level history book approach, but from the very ground level, the people fighting the fight and feeling the scars of battle.

Interview: Kao Kalia Yang, Jocelyn Hagen, Rick Shiomi,Tiffany Chang of THE SONG POET at Minnesota Opera by Jared Fessler - Mar 9, 2023

The first Hmong story adapted for the operatic stage, St. Paul writer Kao Kalia Yang's memoir The Song Poet comes to life in this world premiere. It tells the story of Yang's family and her song poet father as war drives them from the mountains of Laos into a Thai refugee camp and ultimately on to the challenging world of life as a refugee. With his poetry, Kalia's father inspires hope in his family, polishing their reality so that they might shine.

Review: Pop Musical SIX Slays its Sold-Out Milwaukee Run by Kelsey Lawler - Mar 9, 2023

There’s no place for mediocrity to hide in SIX. These leading roles require genuine, unfiltered talent with exceptional vocal range and control. This touring cast delivers on that and then some.

Saint Aubyn, Stanley Wayne Mathis & More to Lead PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL Chicago Premiere by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 9, 2023

Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical has announced the cast for the show’s Chicago premiere. See who is starring, and how to purchase tickets!

Review: JUSTICE: A NEW MUSICAL at Marin Theatre Company by Linda Hodges - Mar 6, 2023

What did our critic think of JUSTICE: A NEW MUSICAL at Marin Theatre Company?

Theater Resources Unlimited And CreateTheater.com Present The Musical Feedback Workshop, March 26 by A.A. Cristi - Feb 23, 2023

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) and CreateTheater.com have announced an upcoming TRU Feedback Workshop, How to Write a Musical That Works - Part Three: Reckoning and Resolution, reformatted and rethought for virtual presentation, on Sunday, March 26, 2023 from 12pm-7:00pm ET.

Review: INTO THE WOODS at 5th Avenue Theatre by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Feb 18, 2023

INTO THE WOODS at 5th Avenue Theatre is loaded with surprises and modern flair. From floor to ceiling and head to toe, this production gives a new look to this timeless fairytale. With humor and heart leading the way, INTO THE WOODS provides a night of intricate storytelling. Whether it is your first or fiftieth time to see this Sondheim masterpiece, you will leave knowing that wishes do come true, and even when they don’t, you are not alone.What did our critic think of INTO THE WOODS at 5th Avenue Theatre?

HOW TO BREAK OUT OF A DETENTION CENTRE Comes to BEZNĂ Theatre by Stephi Wild - Feb 16, 2023

Internalised racism, resistance & white guilt are explored in this compelling new production from BEZNĂ Theatre and Romanian theatre company Giuvlipen. The multilingual, form-bending work centres the near-invisible female experience in British immigration detention in the UK. 

Review: ELERI WARD Gives Us More to See in Acoustic Sondheim THE TENDER TOUR Concert at The Loft At City Winery by Cary Wong - Feb 7, 2023

When Eleri Ward walked on stage of the City Winery Loft in a tie-dyed shirt and just her guitar, I thought if her goal was to recreate the intimate feel of an after-dinner jam on a sofa in her apartment, she succeeded. Ward held the audience in the palm of the hands for the next ninety minutes with her soothing tones and unexpected takes on popular Stephen Sondheim songs we've heard a million times.

'Camp' Movie Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Cast and Stagedoor Manor by Nicole Rosky - Feb 3, 2023

The indie cult classic movie Camp, which tells the story of a summer at theater camp based on the legendary Stagedoor Manor Center for Performing Arts, celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer and will feature a reunion of several cast members and a performance by campers at Stagedoor Manor.


Time and Again has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2001.



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