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Music Box Theatre

(New York, NY)
239 West 45th St.
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by Stephen Mosher - Sep 9, 2019
A heartfelt and talent-filled benefit took place at Don't Tell Mama for the Young Minds Foundation Friday night.
by TV News Desk - Sep 5, 2019
With ADE 2019 just round the corner, the time has come for leading underground promoters VBX to announce their always much anticipated plans: this year collaborating with brands like Sunrise, Awakenings, FRRC they host five standout parties - including two of their iconic afters - at venues like Warehouse Elementenstraat, BRET, Veronicaschip and Lofi with world class names such as Craig Richards, Ricardo Villalobos b2b Raresh, Ferro, Nicolas Lutz, Rhadoo, DJ Masda, Voigtmann, Reiss amongst others.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2018
Basic Bitch of the Resistance: If Legally Blonde tackled her white privilege and set out to destroy the patriarchy. It's everything you love about Clueless with an epic dance routine that could rival Bring It On meets the political landscape of 2018, racial inequality and all. In this comedic play, the head cheerleader of FHS, might just be confident and privileged enough to think she can solve the gross injustice and systematic oppression that plagues Forrest High, a high school landscape that will feel eerily familiar.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 28, 2018
Basic Bitch of the Resistance: If Legally Blonde tackled her white privilege and set out to destroy the patriarchy. It's everything you love about Clueless with an epic dance routine that could rival Bring It On meets the political landscape of 2018, racial inequality and all. In this comedic play, the head cheerleader of FHS, might just be confident and privileged enough to think she can solve the gross injustice and systematic oppression that plagues Forrest High, a high school landscape that will feel eerily familiar.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2018
Super Duper Close Up is the ambitious and adventurous new multimedia show from acclaimed UK company Made In China that will premiere at The Yard Theatre this winter. An explosion of live film-making, hypnotic movement and memoir fiction, Super Duper Close Up is the story of a woman's journey through a labyrinth of click-bait and pop cliche that asks: what's a girl to do when everything is so perfect yet coming apart at the seams?
by Gil Kaan - Sep 25, 2019
The world premiere of filmmaker/playwright Ethan Coen's A PLAY IS A POEM currently lives on the Mark Taper Forum stage, produced by Center Theatre Group, in association with Atlantic Theater Company. A collection of five short plays from Ethan Coen's unique take on Americana had been connected together by the interstitial musical musings of Nellie McKay. Neil Pope directs the talented ensemble of Ro Boddie, Max Casella, Micaela Diamond, Peter Jacobson, Jason Kravits, McKay, Saul Rubinek, Miriam Silverman, Joey Slotnick, Sam Vartholomeos, and C.J. Wilson. I had the opportune chance to ask one of Ethan Coen's always-working players Peter Jacobson a few queries.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 18, 2018
Basic Bitch of the Resistance: If Legally Blonde tackled her white privilege and set out to destroy the patriarchy. It's everything you love about Clueless with an epic dance routine that could rival Bring It On meets the political landscape of 2018, racial inequality and all. In this comedic play, the head cheerleader of FHS, might just be confident and privileged enough to think she can solve the gross injustice and systematic oppression that plagues Forrest High, a high school landscape that will feel eerily familiar.
by Barnett Serchuk - Oct 8, 2018
An admission. I didn't go to the New York City Ballet fashion gala. Why? Because I didn't care. The New York City Ballet is probably the only company in the world that never had to pander to an audience seeking couture thrills, at least when Balanchine was alive. I know that's changed and the company has to bring in the bucks, but when the draw seems to be clothes and not choreography, it gets me thinking. What's in store for us?
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2018
Emma Hatton Releases EP THIRTY THREE AND A THIRD
by Kathy Strain - Oct 31, 2019
At any given day, in any given town, in any given house, in any given room, cats are beloved pets of millions of people all over the world. As such, stories can be told about how this cat or that cat stood out from the rest of the cat population to the cat owner who adores their fun furballs. But, has it ever really been understood what really goes on in a cat's mind? Do we really understand cats? Is it ever possible? T.S. Eliot adored cats and because of that, wrote Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. This was the inspiration behind Andrew Lloyd Webber's CATS. This acclaimed and beloved musical is currently playing in San Antonio, Texas at the Majestic Theatre and opening night proved to the audience that the story of CATS continues to entertain and enthrall theater goers.
by Heidi Scheuermann - Oct 30, 2018
Opera isn't my go-to art form, I'll admit it.  In fact, I don't know many people who truly appreciate opera music nor do they understand what it actually takes to become a successful opera singer.  It's an art that often goes unnoticed because of the stereotypes that it is long, boring, difficult to understand, unrelatable, and only for old, rich people.  But if music is a universal language, and I truly believe this to be true, then why do we insist that we cannot understand and then listen to all forms of music except for this one?  I recently had the honor of speaking with two artists who are radically trying to change the scene, and make opera music accessible to everyone.
by TV News Desk - Oct 3, 2019
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles' Board of Directors has announced today the promotion and appointment of Matthew Wiseman as the organization's new Chief Executive Officer beginning November 1, 2019. 
by TV News Desk - Oct 21, 2019
After a successful tour of mainland Europe and earlier UK dates, Wayne Hussey of UK alternative rock legends The Mission will be playing a new wave of UK dates with London-based dark ethereal artist Evi Vine. Hussey is touring in support of his recently released autobiography 'Salad Daze'. Evi Vine is supporting her new album 'Black Light White Dark'.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 20, 2019
Street Theatre Company has been on a bit of a roll in 2019 a?' there's been a spate of terrific shows, the move into an impressive new space on Elm Hill Pike that will allow the company to grow, and they've continued the legacy created by company founders by continuing to push the envelope in ways creative and exhilarating a?' and theater-goers need no better proof of this than with their Halloween Season offering of The Toxic Avenger, which proves that entertaining musicals don't need huge casts or technical wizardry to be utterly delightful.  
by Jenni Cypher - Oct 2, 2018
I remember watching the Tony Awards in 2015 - the year THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME won several awards.  Unfamiliar with the novel by Mark Haddon, I was intrigued by the clip of the show and the premise in general. The play, by Simon Stephens, did not disappoint me.  
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2018
The cast of The Office! A Musical Parody had a welcome visitor recently when Kim M. Ferry stopped backstage to offer up some of her insider knowledge of the iconic television show. Ferry worked as the Hair Department Head for 'The Office' for all nine seasons at NBC. She took over the hair chair and spent time shaping, braiding and combing the locks of Michael Santora (Dwight), Katie Johantgen (Angela Martin), Taylor Coriell (Pam Beesly) and Ani Djidjiran (Kelly Kapoor).
by Jenni Cypher - Nov 7, 2019
While you may leave The Human Race with a giant craving for birthday cake like I did, you should make time to go to see THE CAKE. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2019
FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, presents David Rasche in Half an Evening with David Rasche.
by Jessica Vanek - May 29, 2019
BWW BLOG: Summer in Wisconsin: St Croix Festival Theatre in St Croix Falls, Wisconsin
by Joseph Harrison - May 13, 2019
What impact can one man who has lost the ability to speak have on those he encounters every day? If you are Ben, the central character in the new musical HI, MY NAME IS BEN, which opens this week at the Goodspeed's Norma Terris Theatre in Chester, CT the impact is greater than you might imagine.  I had the chance to sit down with the duo behind the show, book writer Scott Gilmour and composer and lyricist, Claire McKenzie who shared a little about their creative process, their journey writing the show, and how they work effectively together to bring a musical like HI, MY NAME IS BEN to life.
by Annette Stolt - Mar 30, 2019
Songs From the Shows, 3S Company, 30th of March in the English Church, Stockholm
by DC Felton - Jun 4, 2019
Coming into downtown Des Moines on June 3, I saw a parade of students in black heading towards the heart of downtown. Where were these students going? They were heading to the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines for the Iowa High School Musical Theatre Awards Showcase. An event that brings talented students from all corners of the state to celebrate the musicals they had put on through the year.
by Carolan Trbovich - Jun 28, 2019
The Ferryman Casts Broadway's Youngest Stars! Meet Jackson, Alex, Jack & Noelle!
by TV News Desk - Jun 27, 2019
Jamie Dornan has joined the cast of Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo's Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2019
Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theatre, announces the recipients of the first round of the 2019 Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards. The awards, totaling $509,000, allow 13 productions extra time for the development and rehearsal of new plays with the entire creative team, hoping to extend the life of the world premiere play after its first run.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2019
As Iris Theatre's The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the final promenade show in their annual summer season, opens this week in the grounds of St Paul's Church, Covent Garden, Artistic Director Daniel Winder has announced that he is to leave the company he founded and has run for the past 12 years.
by Cecelia Ticktin - Jul 24, 2019
All I ever wanted was to be an Elphaba Standby. Not the principal Elphaba - specifically, the standby. It took me 15 years of dreaming and six years of actively auditioning for me to earn my dream job. During those six years of Wicked auditions I locked into the idea of being the standby because, the way I saw it, the job would be like being paid to learn. I love learning; I love being a student, maybe more than anything else. I love highlighters and raising my hand and making discoveries (sound like a certain green girl we all know?); but I could never afford to take acting classes. I always imagined that being an Elphaba Standby would allow me the opportunity to learn not just the show, but how musicals work - from how actors sustain themselves for eight shows a week, to how the sound engineers mix a show, to how a makeup supervisor... well, supervises. And I was right, by the way. That is the exact perk of being a standby - you get to see everything.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2019
Indie singer-songwriter SARAH BURTON has released her new single 'Smiling For The Camera.' The synth-pop indie rock anthem is the first track to be released from her forthcoming full-length album Give Me What I Want, due out on March 1, 2019, and is available as an instant grat track to those that pre-order the record on iTunes.
by BWW - Jan 20, 2019
Upcoming Shows - Week of 1/20/2019 for Dallas
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2019
The Drums released the critically acclaimed 'Abysmal Thoughts' in 2017, marking the band's first release as a solo project from Jonny Pierce. Now, two years later, The Drums announces its tremendous, self-care focused fifth LP and a North American tour in support of the album. Quite possibly the best collection of songs in the band's ten-year career, Brutalism, co-produced by Pierce, will be released on April 5th via ANTI-. Pre-order the album, and get your tickets for the upcoming tour. See below for album art, track listing and to find a show near you.
by Rich Mehrenberg - Jan 13, 2019
I am so thrilled to report that director Greg Trax and his company completely nailed this show from beginning to end in this production at the Gettysburg Community Theatre.
by Richard Sasanow - Feb 3, 2019
According to a quote attributed to Andy Warhol, if you want to tell a good painting from a bad one, first look at a thousand paintings; then you'll realize that there are no hard and fast rules. When it comes to performing arts and traditional repertoire, the standards are a little different. Directors, designers and cast are expected to add their two cents to work of the creators, to show their smarts and insights (or at least come up with something they think will be more meaningful to modern/younger audiences). Mozart and his librettist Lorenzo da Ponte were victims of this maneuvering in the season premiere of the Met's DON GIOVANNI.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2019
The Drums will release its fifth album Brutalism via ANTI- on April 5th, and today the band shares the record's second single.  Listen to the nostalgic pop song '626 Bedford Avenue' HERE. In addition to the new track, The Drums announce the second leg of their North American tour in support of Brutalism, now with West Coast dates. The new tour dates go on sale Friday, March 1st at 10am, local time. See below to find a show near you, and get your tickets for the upcoming tour HERE.
by Charles Shubow - Feb 26, 2019
Known for her vocal impressions, Bianco will certainly entertain audiences this week-end.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 22, 2019
John Krasinski took to Instagram to share the release date for the sequel to this hit movie A QUIET PLACE, which he wrote and starred in.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2019
Irish Repertory Theatre announced today special events and programming for the month of March as part of the The Sean O'Casey Season, a comprehensive retrospective of the work of renowned Irish playwright Sean O'Casey, celebrating 30 years of Irish Repertory Theatre.
by TV News Desk - Feb 12, 2019
State Champs are bringing the Living Proof Tour to North America next month. Kicking off on March 1st in Chicago, IL, the New York Pop-Punkers will be delivering their well-known larger than life stage energy combined with some of their biggest stage productions yet to cities across the United States. Delivering high-voltage versions of tracks from their latest release like fan-favorites 'Dead and Gone', 'Our Time To Go' and 'Criminal', the 5-piece band will be supported by Our Last Night, The Dangerous Summer and Grayscale. Multiple cities have already sold out, with all remaining tickets on sale now at http://www.statechampsny.com/.
by BWW - Dec 20, 2018
Upcoming Shows - Week of 12/20/2018 for Dallas
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 6, 2019
Just two weeks ago, a new leading lady took over at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Following in the footsteps of Shoshana Bean, who took her final bow as Waitress' pie-making mom-to-be on July 21, is Alison Luff.
by Christiana Rose - Aug 4, 2019
The story of Blodeuwedd Untold is about a woman created from the flowers, but her passion has a devastating effect
by TV News Desk - Aug 30, 2019
The acclaimed PBS documentary series Independent Lens, recently honored with two Peabody Awards, a Primetime Emmy nomination and 12 News & Documentary Emmy nominations, returns for a new season on Monday, October 28 with Made in Boise. The film is an engrossing look at the complex and controversial world of gestational surrogacy told through the stories of four women carrying babies for gay men and infertile couples in the conservative heartland of Idaho — the unofficial “surrogacy capital” of the United States. Also on the fall schedule is Decade of Fire (November 4), which travels back to the 1970s when the South Bronx was burning, to showcase the dedicated citizens who outlasted the flames and saved their community; The Interpreters (November 11), a moving look at the Afghan and Iraqi interpreters who risked their lives aiding American troops and who now struggle to find safety and security for themselves and their families; Conscience Point (November 18), which unearths the deep clash of values between the Native American Shinnecock of Long Island and their affluent Hamptons neighbors; and Attla (December 16), the rousing story of Alaska Native George Attla, who with one good leg and a determined mindset went on to become a champion dogsled racer.
by TV News Desk - Aug 29, 2019
Songhoy Blues today announce their latest EP, Meet Me in the City (October 18 on Yellow Vinyl)—their first new music since the critically acclaimed album Résistance, which Rolling Stone called one of the best albums of 2017. They also share two versions of the EP's track “Time to Go Home,” one mixed by Blake Mills (Grammy-nominated producer of Alabama Shakes' Sound & Color, John Legend's Darkness and Light, and Perfume Genius' No Shape) and the other by David Ferguson (known for his sound engineering work with 'Cowboy' Jack Clement and on Johnny Cash's American Recordings).  The track, with lyrics written by Will Oldham (the music is by Songhoy Blues andMatt Sweeney and produced by Sweeney), appears on the EP alongside the title track written by Junior Kimbrough (with additional lyrics by Songhoy Blues and produced by Matt Sweeney), and a cover of Fela Kuti's “Shakara,” featuring Femi Kuti. Songhoy Blues will embark on a North American tour beginning in September and extending through the fall.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2019
What to wear, when to train and how to avoid carbs in this hilarious cabaret with Alice Springs cabaret chanteuse Lisa-Marie Ryan
by TV News Desk - Aug 12, 2019
“Barb and Star Go to Visit Del Mar,” starring Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, will be released by Lionsgate on July 31, 2020.
by TV News Desk - Apr 5, 2019
Today The Drums release its fifth album Brutalism, out now via ANTI-. The follow-up to 2017's 'Abysmal Thoughts,' which marked the band's first release as a solo project from frontman Jonny Pierce, Brutalism is quite possibly the best collection of songs in the band's ten-year career.  
by BWW News Desk - Apr 29, 2019
CINDERELLA, the ballet, is coming to Seoul Arts Center in South Korea from June 12 to 14, 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2019
The UC San Diego Department of Theatre and Dance presents Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!, written by Vivian Barnes and directed by Juliana Kleist-Mendez, as part of the 2019 Wagner New Play Festival.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2019
Variety reports that Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, who wrote the Academy Award-nominated “Bridesmaids” script, will reunite on new comedy “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar.”
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2019
CINDERELLA, the ballet, is coming to Seoul Arts Center in South Korea from June 12 to 14, 2019.
by Erica Miner - Apr 1, 2019
The second and third repetition is ultimately what will establish a piece as an addition to the repertoire...