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Little Theatre

(New York, NY)
240 W. 44th St.
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 7, 2021
The Severance Theory: Welcome to Respite will have its international premier in the Venice VR Expanded, the official Virtual Reality competition section of the 78th Venice International Film Festival, the world's oldest film festival. Welcome to Respite is a standalone experience and the first chapter of The Severance Theory, a four-part series.
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 5, 2021
The people in the house who seemed able to take the entire flight with Pam were those avid fans who were more than a few drinks in, and for Rita Lamar, a good old-fashioned set up the joke, deliver the punchline comic, her A-game seemed to be eluding her.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 5, 2021
Author Henry Hack has announced the upcoming release of his new mystery/thriller, Absolution. The book is scheduled for release by Black Rose Writing on September 2, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2021
American Lyric Theater has announced its return to live performances with a workshop performance of The Opposable Thumb by composer Jorge Sosa and librettist Julian Crouch. The performance, part of the company's popular InsightALT series, will take place Friday, October 1, 2021 at 7pm at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 W. 37th Street.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2021
PlayCo and Por Piedad Teatro’s filmed theatrical version of Django in Pain, a new play written by Antonio Vega and created by Ana Graham & Vega, with original music by Cristóbal MarYán, will run October 5-19, on-demand, as part of 59E59 Theaters Plays In Place program.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 10, 2021
Performance artist John Fleck will present four live, work-in-progress performances of his musical cabaret/special event it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE! at the Odyssey Theatre starting September 18th. Had the chance to chat up this infamous NEA FOUR artist on his creativity, his patience in the makeup chair and his creative history with David Schweizer.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 10, 2021
The Opposable Thumb was commissioned by American Lyric Theater under the auspices of the company's nationally acclaimed Composer Librettist Development Program. Based on various true accounts of the last two hundred years, this fascinating work questions whether mankind is superior to the animals that are contained behind the bars of a zoo's cages, or just another ape with an opposable thumb, and a trigger pulling finger.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 1, 2021
Kritzerland celebrates their eleventh anniversary of producing monthly shows with KRITZERLAND’s 115th September 12, 2021 at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s. Had the chance to talk to Robert Yacko, a Kritzerland staple on his long relationship with Kritzerland, as well as on fun stuff on his resume.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 1, 2021
The Marsh presenting performers with a vast range of music backgrounds– from a Grammy Award-winning Armenian composer to a Principal Dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, Music Faculty Member at UC Berkeley, the Principal Keyboard of the San Francisco Symphony, and more. Set to take place at The Marsh Berkeley, the festival is comprised of three full-length musicals and a dance/musical film.
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Oct 8, 2021
It seems fitting, in many ways, to return to live theater with such an incredible and incredibly well told story of optimism, humor, and resilience. Theater J’s season opener is a beautiful, thoughtful biography of a woman who can remind us of the value of intimate, loving relationships and how to keep going through moments of adversity – reminders we can all certainly benefit from right now.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 5, 2021
Aspire Community Theatre, which is mostly known as Aspire to local fans, is opening their 2021-2022, Season 5+ season with The SponggeBob Musical. It will be the first time the production, which closed on Broadway in 2019, will be performed in our area. This high energy production is not to be missed!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 4, 2021
Anderson Cooper recently talked with Tony Bennett, and his wife, Susan, in a segment for 60 Minutes. The legendary singer, Bennett is suffering from Alzheimer's, and revealed earlier this year that he is retiring from performing after a 70 year career.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 28, 2021
As part of its new Words Matter initiative, The Workshop Theater will be presenting four newly-commissioned one-act plays by Samantha Chanse, Caridad Svich, Ellen McLaughlin, and Rehana Lew Mirza on behalf of JALBCA.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 20, 2021
UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK is a celebration of creativity taking place across the UK in 2022, designed to reach millions and bring people together. It features free large-scale events, installations and globally accessible digital experiences in the UK’s most ambitious showcase of creative collaboration. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2021
Selina Helliwell's newest play 'The Formidable Lizzie Boone' will be hitting the Hen & Chickens stage in London, after a successful run at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.
by Audrey Liebross - Oct 18, 2021
THE PRODUCERS, the first post-lockdown Desert Theatreworks (DTW) show, is perfect to welcome eager audiences back - a true winner. Ron and Lance Phillips, the married couple that operates DTW, took the opportunity of the hiatus to completely rework the Indio Performing Arts Center, adding a new 250-seat main stage for musicals. As most people know, the Mel Brooks show is loaded with bad taste, but is hilarious nonetheless.
by Michael Major - Oct 15, 2021
Following the success of anime anthology series Star Wars: Visions, digital soundtracks from each short are now available from Walt Disney Records. Listen to all nine of the new soundtracks, plus Disney's Best of Star Wars playlist now!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 14, 2021
The Lehman Trilogy officially opens on Broadway October 14, at the Nederlander Theatre. Meet the cast and learn more about who is starring in the play here!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 14, 2021
ONE-WOMAN SHOW follows writer-performer Liz Kingsman during a particularly high-pressure performance of her debut one-woman show Wildfowl, so unflinching you’ll be begging for a flinch. 
by Review Roundups - Nov 9, 2021
Reprising their roles from the 2019-2020 season are Danielle Wade as Cady Heron, Megan Masako Haley as Gretchen Wieners, Jonalyn Saxer as Karen Smith, Mary Kate Morrissey as Janis Sarkisian, Eric Huffman as Damian Hubbard, Adante Carter as Aaron Samuels, Kabir Bery as Kevin G. and Lawrence E. Street as Mr. Duvall.
by Herbert Paine - Nov 7, 2021
A critical review of Stray Cat Theatre's production of Alexis Scheer's OUR DEAR DEAD DRUG LORD on stage at Tempe Center for the Arts through November 13th.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 4, 2021
Shameless! Festival of Activism Against Sexual Violence, a one-day in person event and digital programme, will bring together activism and art to confront and change attitudes towards sexual violence, share ideas, and imagine a rape free world. Today WOW - Women of the World and Birkbeck, University of London's Sexual Harms and Medical Encounters (SHaME) project have announced some of the highlights from this vital event.
by Shari Barrett - Nov 30, 2021
In partnership, Skylight Theatre Company and Playwrights' Arena have launched the first of four World Premiere productions for the 2021/2022 Season with Inda Craig-Galván's play A HIT DOG WILL HOLLER. Read my interview with her about the process of bringing the play to life onstage at the Skylight Theatre.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 29, 2021
Paper Mug Theatre in collaboration with Superglue Assembly Line present Steve and Tobias Versus Death, a comedy about the zombie apocalypse, fraternal love and mash.
by Rakaputra Paputungan - Nov 27, 2021
On November 26, musical theatre icon Stephen Sondheim passed away. His musical career, spanning more than five decades, has enthralled and inspired thespians, writers, and fans from all over the world. As a tribute to the maestro, let's look back at Indonesian productions of his works, more than 10,000 miles away from his birthplace.
by Armando Urdiales - Nov 26, 2021
A hospital bed, chairs, and a large screen greet audiences as Catastrophic Theatre returns with a heartbreaking production of 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane. British playwright, Sarah Kane, is semi-autobiographical as the work deals with mental illness and a young person's descent into finally committing the ultimate self-harm. This play is Kane's last work, as many deem the play as Kane writing about their eventual suicide. Catastrophic's production reveals the many challenges of mental illness and provides a honest and beautiful production of Kane's work.
by Gary Naylor - Nov 26, 2021
Ferocious and funny, Ireland's play has lost none of its power, and gained even more relevance, ten years on from its Omagh debut
by Stephi Wild - Nov 2, 2021
The Rhode Island Foundation announced today that it will match every donation the public makes to Trinity Repertory Company during its 2021 run of “A Christmas Carol” with an equal grant to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, up to a total of $60,000. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2021
Soho Theatre has announced their upcoming November programming featuring MUM, SESSIONS, MAKROOH and more. 
by Michael Major - Nov 17, 2021
Following a month-long tour on the East Coast, the Kitchen Dwellers are sharing the official video for their latest single, “Stand At Ease.” Torrin Daniels [banjo], Joe Funk [upright bass], and Max Davies [acoustic guitar]—composed the tune in an effort to not only heal but remind anyone struggling. Plus, check out the group's upcoming tour dates!
by Joe Sarafolean - Nov 14, 2021
When you hear, 'Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!', what do you think of? Catchy musical numbers? Hugh Jackman's star turn as Curly? Or maybe memories of a high school production that you saw or were a part of?
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 29, 2021
After a successful premiere in Manhattan's Astor Place, LEIMAY continues its in-person events with the Queens borough and Upstate premieres of Correspondences, an outdoor performance based, public art installation in Queens' Socrates Sculpture Park and Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre, created by multidisciplinary Colombian and Japanese born duo Ximena Garnica and Shige Moriya featuring their New York City-based LEIMAY Ensemble.
by Carol Kassie - Jul 27, 2021
MNM Theatre Company / King of Cats Theatre Company Announces Audition Dates for their 2021/2022 Season. King of Cats is the new TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences)/Outreach theatre arm of MNM Theatre Company. Auditions to be held August 17 and 18 in Boca Raton.
by Student Blogger: Stefany Flores - Jul 26, 2021
When deep thoughts of sadness or depression hit, it's vital to remember that you are not alone. All things considered, in any case, don't compare your experiences with that of another. Everyone is different. However, a few tips can go a long way. I follow these most of the time to deal with my emotions of negativity.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 26, 2021
The Belgrade Theatre has announced that Paines’s Plough’s ROUNDABOUT season 2021 will open in Wood End in Coventry this week, with four world premieres taking place in Paines Plough’s award-winning, portable, in-the-round auditorium, situated in the grounds of the Moat House Leisure and Neighbourhood Centre in Wood End.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 24, 2021
A collection of talented musicians will entertain with a variety of genres ranging from folk-rock to fiddle tunes to country and more. Patrons are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket for use on the grass.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2021
RENAMING SHAIM a play centered on overcoming sexual trauma will have a three-night run at Broadway Bound Theatre Festival - Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 8:00 pm; Sunday, September 26, 2021 @ 2:00 pm; and Tuesday, September 28, 2021 @ 8:00 pm.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 4, 2021
The project is a collaboration between Radar Pictures and writers Kit Williamson (Emmy-nominated creator of Netflix's LGBTQ comedy series 'EastSiders') and New York Times best-selling author Brittany Cavallaro (the 'Charlotte Holmes' series).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2021
Playwright & Social Justice Advocate, Michael Hagins, once again uses art to influence life with S.U.N. (Shut Up, Negro) in the U.S.A. (United States of America) presented by C.A.G.E. Theatre Company.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 28, 2021
Emily Head (The Inbetweeners, Emmerdale, The Syndicate) plays all the characters in the intriguing production which was filmed live on stage in a single camera take at the New Wolsey Theatre.  
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Aug 27, 2021
Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. Letters to incoming freshmen, words of advice, a philosophy on dream roles, book recommendations, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Stephi Wild - Aug 26, 2021
A bold, irreverent, raw, moving and triumphant celebration of adjectives, this blurb will nail down nothing. Tickets go on sale Thursday 26th August.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 24, 2021
'Pain trumps pleasure. People get flashbacks to horrible shit that happened to them; PTSD. There's no post-pleasure euphoria disorder, is there? I've never caught someone with a massive grin on their face because they remembered an ice cream they had 10 years ago.' Everyone loves Joe Koppell, especially his famous movie, Star Sign Wars. But he is trying to keep a low profile on a sleeper train north. However, when an old friend heading to her father’s funeral crashes his carriage, the journey leads them to examine their deepest convictions of what it means to be alive.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 23, 2021
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes...? One couple's journey through dating, marriage, trying to start a family and beyond. But can they play by society's rules? Lorna Fitzgerald and Liam Oko star in the story of Jen and Simon, a couple of young professionals starting a life together.
by Student Blogger: Meredith Muirhead - Aug 23, 2021
Whether you’re one of the many LaDuca-clad bodies swirling through Pearl Studios or a shaking fifteen-year-old in a community theatre lobby (or even a high-school hallway, watching the athletes barrel past as you sit on the floor outside the auditorium), the words “audition” and “callback” certainly trigger plenty of stress within you. You think of the roles you’re aiming for, or the spot you’re competing for, and your eyes turn towards the other actors waiting with you, all of whom are experiencing equal levels of stress, and the sense of competition is palpable. You forget that these people are your friends- you probably got coffee with a few of them yesterday, or even have plans with them afterwards. But in the waiting room, all camaraderie is lost. It’s an “every man for himself” environment.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 20, 2021
Deena MP Ronayne’s award-winning debut as a writer takes audiences on an emotional journey ranging from fear and hate to delight and joy. Seeking Dignity is a suspenseful drama with a twist in its tail; Close To Black sees two young women who meet as strangers, but discover they have a lot in common; and Tango-ed Web is a laugh-out-loud black comedy about fatal attraction. Filmed live and fully-staged in an empty Aberdeen Community Theatre (South Dakota), the plays are captioned throughout.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 18, 2021
Welcome to undertaker Anna Morgan-Jones’ live Zoom webinar. Her goal? To sell you the lucrative franchise model of her “end-of-life celebration” funeral business. But can the self-confessed grief guru successfully make it through her PowerPoint presentation – full of rainbow coffins, leopard print hearses and beer-can shaped scatter tubs? Or will secrets, accidental truths and internet trolls cause her to unravel right before our eyes? A dark comedy about coming to terms with grief by critically acclaimed Welsh new writing theatre company Dirty Protest and award-winning playwright Rhiannon Boyle.
by StudentBlogger Loriane Donnet-Monay - Aug 11, 2021
The weather decided that hot girl summer would not happen this year for me. I quickly forgot my plans for outdoors parties, hiking, and short trips. I opted instead for catching up on books, TV shows, plays and movies. Sometimes, we need to slow down and enjoy small things. It took me a while, but I can now look back on those two months without feeling ashamed or blameworthy. You do not need to feel pressured to go back to school with tens of ridiculous stories to tell.
by Ron Bierman - Aug 11, 2021
What was a makes-you-jump BOOM!! doing in Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue? Had someone mistakenly lit an 1812 Overture cannon? Were we under attack?! Oh wait! It was just a bass drum resonating through the San Diego Symphony’s spectacular new state-of-the-art sound system at the Rady Shell. And so, Rafael Payare’s initial in-person public concert during his first full season as music director, though a year late because of COVID-19, was a booming success.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 10, 2021
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts will welcome audiences with autism and other developmental disabilities and their families to Big Umbrella Outdoors. Big Umbrella Outdoors is an extension of the 2018 Big Umbrella Festival, an international endeavor that offered performances across New York City for children on the autism spectrum.