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Tumble In - 1919 - Broadway

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Selwyn Theatre

(New York, NY)
229 W. 42nd St.
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by Jennifer Diamond - Sep 13, 2013
The big Luon debacle is still reaping havoc on Lululemon and will probably haunt Christine Day through the remainder of her days as Lululemon Atheltica's Inc.'s CEO.
by Marina Kennedy - Oct 24, 2018
Pirira by J. Stephen Brantley opens Luna Stage's 2018-19 season with a bang. Under the new leadership of Ari Laura Kreith (who directed the production) Pirira continues and expands Luna's commitment to timely plays where social justice is an undercurrent.
by Ashlee Latimer - Oct 21, 2016
Internationally-renowned dancer/choreographer Bill Colemaninhabits the experimental music installation of celebrated avant-garde composer Gordon Monahan in their new collaborative creation DOLLHOUSE, a Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie production presented by Canadian Stage. Dollhouse runs for five performances only from November 16-20 at the Berkeley Street Theatre (26 Berkeley St).
by Hannah Wing - Oct 10, 2017
Studio Theatre's production of The Effect explores love and mental health with heart-racing, gut-wrenching gusto.
by Michael Dale - May 26, 2016
While the artists of Cirque du Soleil splendidly do what they're famous for, the writers of this lavish musical seriously underachieve.
by Review Roundups - May 25, 2016
Tonight, Cirque du Soleil Theatrical celebrates the opening of Cirque du Soleil - PARAMOUR, the organization's first show created specifically for Broadway at Lyric Theatre.
by Don Grigware - May 24, 2011
Writer Elliot Shoenman's book Nobody's Business depicts the pain felt by a family whose father committed suicide. It was his very own father. Now in his stage play entitled AfterMath in a return engagement at the Matrix Theatre, Shoenman returns to the topic of suicide showing in great emotional detail the hurt experienced by the victim's wife, her two children and a close male friend. What results is theatre at its very best, a real, raw, up-close look at a tortured family. Shoenman realizes quite wisely, however, that there is laughter through tears and incorporates ample comic exchanges.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2016
NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts will present the New York premiere of French artist, dancer, actor, and acrobat Camille Boitel's critically acclaimed spectacle L'IMMEDIAT, an absurd chaos at the crossroads of theater, circus and physical performance, from tonight, March 9, through March 13, 2016 at NYU Skirball.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2016
NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts will present the New York premiere of French artist, dancer, actor, and acrobat Camille Boitel's critically acclaimed spectacle L'IMMEDIAT, an absurd chaos at the crossroads of theater, circus and physical performance, from March 9 - 13, 2016 at NYU Skirball.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2013
Wise Fool New Mexico announces the world premiere of SeeSaw, a visually rich and physically dynamic communal arts experience combining acrobatics, dance and aerial performance. SeeSaw debuts at the Santa Fe Railyard Park on Friday, May 3rd at 8pm and on Saturday, May 4th at 1pm and 8pm.
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 22, 2012
Acclaimed actor Ciaran Hinds ("Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," "The Debt," "Munich," "Rome") has been set to star opposite Sigourney Weaver ("Avatar") in USA Network's provocative six-hour original series POLITICAL ANIMALS, from Warner Horizon Television.
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 5, 2014
Even funnier than one of the Queen's corgis cutting a caper, Possum Point Players production of "See How They Run," is continuous action from curtain to curtain. The final performances will take place June 13, 14 and 15 at Possum Hall in Georgetown. The modern day farce illustrates what can happen if almost every man on stage is clothed in the cloth and pretending to be pious and most of the women are daft or drunk.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2010
What's a clown to do when he has to host a kids party he forgot he was having? The answer is in the new holiday favorite Here Comes Boswick the Clown, playing December 26 - January 1 at San Francisco's Boxcar Theatre (www.boxcartheatre.org).
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 28, 2013
After five seasons, The CW has officially cancelled 90210. Fans will be happy to know that, according to TVLine, the series will get a proper send off, as well as a likely retrospective episode, which is currently set to air on May 13.
by Christina Mancuso - Feb 26, 2014
Even siblings who have lived vastly different lives in different places can sometimes be surprised by their similarities. Richard Seldin and his sister, Carole R. Seldin-Bolinski, grew up with more than the usual dose of sibling rivalry and estrangements. They discovered they shared a love of writing poetry when both unknowingly entered the same poetry contest. More than a decade later, they have collaborated on this new book of poems that shows some writing similarities but from sharply distinct perspectives.
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 17, 2016
NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts will present the New York premiere of French artist, dancer, actor, and acrobat Camille Boitel's critically acclaimed spectacle L'immediat, an absurd chaos at the crossroads of theater, circus and physical performance, from March 9 - 13, 2016 at NYU Skirball. There will be post-performance discussions with the artists on March 10 and 11. L'immediat is presented as part of the Inaugural Tilt Kids Festival, a cultural festival for families.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 7, 2009
What's a clown to do when he has to host a kids party he forgot he was having? The answer is in the new holiday favorite Here Comes Boswick the Clown, playing December 26 - January 1 at San Francisco's Boxcar Theatre (www.boxcartheatre.org).
by BWW News Desk - Dec 26, 2009
What's a clown to do when he has to host a kids party he forgot he was having? The answer is in the new holiday favorite Here Comes Boswick the Clown, playing December 26 - January 1 at San Francisco's Boxcar Theatre (www.boxcartheatre.org).