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Closing: January 02, 2005

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by Carissa Chesanek - Jan 31, 2023
Inside the stylish Roxy Hotel New York in TriBeCa, you’ll find its signature bar and restaurant, featuring an interior of impeccable design paired with a bustling atmosphere. Roxy Bar is open for weekday breakfast, dinner, happy hour, and weekend brunch. No matter when you go, you're going to have a good time.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 31, 2023
Walking around New York City can be a kind of time travel, as we see old buildings still standing and sometimes what appears when other old buildings are demolished. But if you could step into a time machine and travel back in time for real, to a particular place and meet particular people, where, when and who would that be?
by Jared Fessler - Jan 31, 2023
FOMO in community? Come to Trans-LATE! Trans-LATE! is a fun, new low-key bimonthly wellness event and community fundraiser created, founded, & produced by Atlas O Phoenix.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 31, 2023
On Friday, March 24, 2023, composer Robert Honstein will release a portrait album of works for percussion, Lost and Found, on New Focus Recordings.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 31, 2023
MIA: WHERE HAVE ALL THE YOUNG GIRLS GONE? will be performed at Greenhouse Theater Center. See how to purchase tickets.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 31, 2023
In February, The Actors Studio will continue its 75th Anniversary celebration as the world’s most celebrated and influential membership association for professional actors, directors and playwrights.
by Michael Major - Jan 31, 2023
Y La Bamba also announced a Spring tour that kicks off with an 'Album Release Show' in Portland, OR on April 26, running across the country and back hitting Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, DC, Chicago and more before ending on May 23 in Denver.
by Michael Major - Jan 31, 2023
In addition to Eugenio Derbez, the “Acapulco” ensemble cast returning includes Enrique Arrizon (as Máximo Gallardo), Fernando Carsa (as Memo), Damián Alcázar (Don Pablo), Camila Perez (Julia), Chord Overstreet (Chad), Vanessa Bauche (Nora), Regina Reynoso (Sara), Raphael Alejandro (Hugo), and more.
by Michael Major - Jan 31, 2023
While Jason Moore has directed Broadway productions like Shrek the Musical and The Cher Show, Prime Video's Shotgun Wedding is his biggest project so far. BroadwayWorld sat down with Moore to discuss how his Broadway experiences contributed to the new film, what it was like on set, and the ideas he has to bring Jennifer Coolidge back to the stage.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2023
Tor Hillhouse has joined the cast of Off-Broadway's PERFECT CRIME, by stepping into the role of Detective James Asher, stepping in for Michael Halling through February 19th.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2023
Town Hall Theatre presents a story of love, art, connection, and deception in Neil LaBute's The Shape of Things as part of their Main Stage season.  When normal, boring Adam and unconventional and exciting Evelyn meet in the museum Adam's life is changed for better… or worse.  
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2023
For his sixth UK tour, Geoff Norcott will be trying to make sense of the current cultural and political scene with his playfully provocative brand of humour. Whether it's the dire blandness of the two main parties or the shamelessly shoe-horned right-on messages in adverts and films, Geoff will continue to delve into areas much of comedy leaves well alone.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2023
Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta (NTofP) is delighted to present the Australian premiere of Choir Boy, by the Academy Award® winning writer of Moonlight, Tarell Alvin McCraney. Playing at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres in association with Sydney WorldPride from 14th February – 11th March, the show will then embark on a national tour across Brisbane, Canberra and Wollongong. 
by Student Blogger: Maddy Goldberg - Jan 31, 2023
Auditioning can be one of the most brutal parts of an actor’s career. You can go in so prepared and confident and still not book the show. I’d like to share some of my audition wins and losses from this spring audition season at my university, what I’ve learned, and how I’ve celebrated.
by Student Blogger: Madeline Stutte - Jan 31, 2023
I’ve always been an extremely moral person academically. I’ve never cheated on a test, plagiarized a paper, or broken a rule of academic integrity. However, now that I’m a major in comedic writing, the line between original works and stealing an idea gets unexpectedly thin.
by Audrey Liebross - Jan 30, 2023
Desert Ensemble Theatre is presenting the Southern California premiere of Aren Haun's comedic drama, KILL THE EDITOR. As is usual with DET, the directing, performances, and technical aspects of the production are top-notch. What lowers the presentation from a 'must see' to a B or B+ is that, in my opinion, the script has some flaws.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 30, 2023
Westport Country Playhouse has reduced its 2023 season to three productions from the previously announced five. The change reflects the impact that COVID has had, and continues to have, on the Playhouse and the performing arts community nationwide, according to the Playhouse board of trustees and staff leadership.
by Rakaputra Paputungan - Jan 30, 2023
What did our critic think of SVATUHARI’S VIOLET?
by Chris Arneson - Jan 30, 2023
Directed by Bartlett Sher, the characters are fleshed out, a little more flawed than I remember. The children are played by adults, narrated with more self-awareness. It doesn't feel like nearly 3 hours of theatre.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 30, 2023
The Ivoryton Playhouse will be holding local auditions for non Equity actors for a summer production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 30, 2023
Diana Aleksandrova has always wanted to be a mom, but after years of trying to become pregnant, that dream hasn't come true yet. Inspired by her struggles and the legend about the storks bringing the babies, she writes 'The Lazy Stork'.
by Cary Ginell - Jan 30, 2023
Immersive 'stage reading' of Disney's account of his last days on earth is both frightening and hilarious.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 30, 2023
Signature Theatre has announced the cast and creative team for the play Selling Kabul, written by Sylvia Khoury.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 30, 2023
Playwrights Horizons and WP Theater will present the world premiere of Julia Izumi’s Regretfully, So the Birds Are, directed by Jenny Koons. See who is starring in the production, performance dates, and how to purchase tickets!
by Michael Major - Jan 30, 2023
Los Angeles' Londynne's Falling has released a new single titled '911' -- a collaboration with UK musician Macca Wiles. Londynne’s Falling formed after the period of loneliness, longing, and self-reflection that was the 2020 pandemic. The track was released alongside a new music video. Watch it now!
by Michael Major - Jan 30, 2023
Rinse continues its mission to support and champion UK underground music as it announces its acquisition of London’s iconic Kool FM, one of London's original pirate radio stations that gave birth to Jungle/Dnb in the early 90s. Whilst currently off air, Rinse are working on an exciting relaunch, with a new lineup of DJs.
by Michael Major - Jan 30, 2023
The chart-topping singer-songwriter behind “All About That Bass,” “Dear Future Husband,” and recent global smash “Made You Look” has wanted to be a mom since before she even knew how babies were made. From the moment she discovered she was pregnant with her first child—her son, Riley—she was fascinated by the entire experience.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2023
Northern Liberties Business Improvement District announces plans to celebrate the neighborhood’s rich history this February. Launching for Black History Month are two new activations, including a new Audio Walking Tour: Northern Liberties Black History and Window Stories, a series of vinyl window clings that tell the stories of Black residents who lived in Northern Liberties in the 1800’s.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 2, 2023
White Bear Theatre will present Fergus Burnand's SAME AGAIN February 15-18. 
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2023
Portland Center Stage will bring Portland audiences the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company production of Madeline Sayet's profoundly affecting and breathtaking solo show Where We Belong, presented in association with Folger Shakespeare Library. 
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2023
New Jersey Theatre Alliance (“the Alliance”), one of the nation's largest arts service organizations for professional theatre, will welcome new members to their board of trustees, Diane L. Parker and Alec Stoll.
by Michael Major - Feb 2, 2023
One of the most sought after musical partners in the Montreal music scene, Joe has worked with the Barr Brothers, Elisapie, and Patrick Watson to name but a few. “Spoon” is Joe Grass’ first solo release with Simone Records. Joe Grass has played an important role in the city’s music scene.
by Michael Major - Feb 2, 2023
Celebrated singer/songwriter Iris DeMent releases the hopeful track “The Sacred Now” from her long-awaited upcoming album Workin’ On A World. Written with Pieta Brown, “The Sacred Now” shares that we are all in this life together, no matter what divides us. In addition, DeMent releases a remixed version of her 2020 song “How Long” as well.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Feb 2, 2023
A story created from two one-acts written nearly a decade apart, Falsettos pairs 1970s March of the Falsettos and 1980s Falsettoland, two acclaimed Off-Broadway musicals, with music and lyrics by William Finn and book by William Finn and James Lapine.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2023
We're chatting with Maria-Christina Oliveras, who is currently playing Church Lady in Between Riverside and Crazy. Oliveras told us all about her pre-show rituals, favorite backstage moments, and more!
by Michael Major - Feb 1, 2023
The band are thrilled to share their newest spooky, synth-laden gem, the wonderfully titled “She Bangs Like a Fairy on Acid.” Watch the song’s visualizer on YouTube. Read what the band’s Elita and Tim Rypien had to say about the surprising origins of the song.
by Michael Major - Feb 1, 2023
Recorded between Aotearoa (NZ) and Naarm (Melbourne) with producers Tom Healy (Tiny Ruins, Marlon Williams), Anika Ostendorf (Hachiku) and Cloher’s longtime drummer Jen Sholakis; the album brings in trailblazing artists including Emma Donovan (Gumbaynggirr, Yamatji), Kylie Auldist, Liz Stringer, Te Kaahu (Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Tīpā), and more.
by Michael Major - Feb 1, 2023
After starting the year by landing on the coveted BBC Sound of 2023 shortlist, fast-rising alternative indie pop artist Rachel Chinouriri shares her new single “Maybe I’m Lonely.” An intimate, stripped back offering, complete with sparse guitar and hushed vocals, the vulnerable track crescendos into its refrain.
by Michael Major - Feb 1, 2023
Collaborators on the forthcoming album include Vic Wainstein (Tyler the Creator, Mac Miller), Daniel Hartzog (Tom the Mailman, ericdoa), Lucy Blomkamp (6LACK, Mallrat) and Johan Lenox (BROCKHAMPTON, Metro Boomin, Shawn Mendes). It was mixed by KES (Ed Sheeran, Jacob Banks) and mastered by Mike Bozzi (Kendrick Lamar, Steve Lacy).
by Michael Major - Feb 1, 2023
California rock band Thrice just shared a brand-new, re-recorded version of The Artist In The Ambulance. The album revisits all twelve original tracks, featuring guest vocals from Ryan Osterman (Holy Fawn), Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music), Sam Carter (Architects), Mike Minnick (Curl Up And Die), Brian McTernan (Be Well), and Andy Hull.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 1, 2023
Throughout Black History Month this February, many Chicago theatres will present productions honoring the Black experience featuring Black theatres and theatre-makers.
by Iris Rogers - Feb 1, 2023
Prior to this week’s arrival of THE BOOK OF MORMON to Proctors, I spoke with Sam McLellan, who is currently playing the role of Elder Price on tour. His career includes some memorable moments, previously appearing as Dmitry in the national tour of ANASTASIA, and in the touring production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Sam is currently on his third tour.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 1, 2023
Ballet 5:8, a female and minority-led premiere ballet company recognized for artistic excellence, innovation, technical precision and beauty, will present the world premiere of BareFace at Harris Theater for Music and Dance (205 E. Randolph St.) on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, 2023.
by Krista Garver - Feb 1, 2023
Do you remember those brilliant Kodak commercials way back when that chronicled people’s lives through photographs and seemed specifically designed to tug at every last heartstring? In all the best ways, SNAPSHOTS: A MUSICAL SCRAPBOOK, now running at Broadway Rose, is a full-length musical version of one of those.CAL SCRAPBOOK at Broadway Rose?
by BroadwayWorld TV - Feb 1, 2023
The full cast and creative team has been announced for the brand new Kander & Ebb musical, NEW YORK, NEW YORK. Plus, check out a new trailer of the cast in action!
by Stephi Wild - Feb 1, 2023
On Tuesday, March 14 at 7pm, bestselling author and writer for the New Yorker Adam Gopnik visits The Music Hall's Lounge with his new book, THE REAL WORK, a wildly creative inquiry into perhaps the oldest question: How do we learn a new skill?
by Stephi Wild - Feb 1, 2023
 In mythology, Midas is a character who turns everything he touches into gold. It's at once his blessing and his curse, a talent and, when the wrong things turn to gold, a source of tragedy.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 1, 2023
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College is proud to announce the opening of 'In The Heights,' a story of a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams, and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind.
by Marina Kennedy - Feb 1, 2023
Broadwayworld had the pleasure of interviewing Chef Adam about his career and Steak Frites Bistro for our 'Chef Spotlight.'
by Student Blogger: Madeline Stutte - Feb 1, 2023
I was never nervous about auditions until I got into high school. I didn’t really have a sense of stakes, I wasn’t in any theaters that cut actors in the audition process, and I was consistently getting leading roles. However, once I entered the world of competition and professionalism as a teenager, my anxiety kicked in incredibly quickly. I figured the only way I could move away from this anxiety was being authentically myself.

Trying Frequently Asked Questions

What productions of Trying have there been?
Trying has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2004.