Two Women Broadway


Lyric Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
214 W. 42nd St.
by Susan Haubenstock - Mar 9, 2020
I was lucky to see 'The Cake' at Richmond Triangle Players. It's late in the run of this sold-out hit, with a star turn by Terri Moore, who's made herself a local favorite in a couple iterations of 'Always, Patsy Cline.'
by Roy Berko - Mar 9, 2020
It is appropriate that on March 8, National Women's Day, which contends to end exploitation and increase equality for females, I saw Seat of the Pants production of Sarah Treem's 'WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID.'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2020
The winners of the 2020 Richard Rodgers Awards for Musical Theater were announced today by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In the Green by Grace McLean AND The Loophole by Jay Adana and Zeniba Now Each musical received a Staged Reading Award.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Mar 8, 2020
Melina: A Steampunk Musical is a dash of Shakespeare, a dollop of Jules Verne, a pinch of Sherlock Holmes, a smidgen of Phantom of the Opera, and a splash of Greek tragedy mixed with an utterly original pop opera. It is something that you'll definitely want to support to get to future theatre festivals, and way beyond staged readings to a real set and props, lighting and sound, to fully realize this incredible Steampunk/Steampop vision inside of Gretchen's head.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2020
New Village Arts has announced the San Diego Premiere of THE ROOMMATE by Jen Silverman. This new dark comedy about self-discovery and new beginnings will be directed by longtime NVA collaborator Samantha Ginn, and will star Milena (Sellers) Phillips and Kim Strassburger.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2020
This spring, the Belgrade Theatre invites audiences to venture into a remote corner of the Scottish highlands in a spine-chilling new play by Ali Milles, showing from 15-18 April.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2020
Lipstick, a new play by Lily Shahmoon, has its world premiere at Southwark Playhouse. Ed White directs Helen Aluko (Jordan) and April Hughes (Tommy). The production opens at Southwark Playhouse up on 9 March and runs until 28 March, with previews from 4 March.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2020
The 4th Annual International Stage It! 10-Minute Play Festival has announced the winners for this year's publication, now in it's fourth volume. The unique competition began with open submissions in October, garnering 346 plays from around the world, and a unique adjudication process. The top 25 plays have been selected for publication in Stage It! 4: 10-Minute Plays. The book is released in conjunction with the Festival weekend, March 20-22, where many of the plays will be produced.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2020
Bristol's biennial international festival of theatre returns with a programme that thrills and surprises, featuring RashDash, Le Gateau Chocolat, Bryony Kimmings and Bert & Nasi
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2020
Smash-hit BBC Radio 4 podcast Fortunately comes to Storyhouse this Spring for a live performance from the broadcasters behind the show.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2020
JACK presents Best Life by Melisa Tien, a New Dramatist resident playwright. Directed by Kenneth Prestininzi, Best Life is an alarming dark comedy that centers on two women trying to bridge their racial and economic differences.
by David Edward Perry - Mar 4, 2020
Harriet (Karen Marie Black) is a highrise uptown girl and Janie (Sara James) who is unmotivated and heavy on the chutzpah. These two young women are facing a dilemma in trying to find and fit all of their life expectations into a self-imposed small box labeled 'you can have it all' in the romantic comedy 'Isn't It Romantic' at Homewood Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2020
V&V tells the iconic love story of literary treasure Virginia Woolf and esteemed socialite Vita Sackville-West, alongside a modern narrative of Lottie from Tunbridge Wells and love cynic Mia. Shortlisted for the Charlie Hartill Theatre Reserve 2019, V&V now makes its debut at VAULT Festival 2020 exploring communication then and now.
by TV Scoop - Mar 3, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on the Two-Night Season Finale of THE BACHELOR, 3/9 & 3/10, airing on ABC on Monday, March 9, 2020!
by Laura Fuller - Mar 3, 2020
A musical theatre veteran, Yorkshire-born Rachael Wooding has played Meat and Scaramouche in We Will Rock You, Eva Peron in the UK tour of Evita, along with West End productions of Saturday Night Fever, Hairspray and Fame. She was also a semi-finalist on ITV's Britain's Got Talent. Wooding talks to BroadwayWorld about her role as Kit de Luca in Pretty Woman The Musical, which opened this week at the Piccadilly Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2020
An Other Theater Company in Provo is producing two classic one-acts in their space in the Provo Towne Centre Mall this spring: Trifles by Susan Glaspell, and A Number by Caryl Churchill. 
by Stage Tube - Mar 27, 2020
AMC Networks Entertainment Group today announced that it is moving the season three premiere of Killing Eve up by two weeks, to next Sunday, April 12 at 9/8c. As was previously announced, all eight new episodes will be simulcast on BBC AMERICA and AMC.
by TV News Desk - Mar 26, 2020
Portrait of a Lady on Fire  will begin exclusively streaming on Hulu this Friday, March 27.
by Marina Kennedy - Mar 23, 2020 interviewed Gabor and SuzAnne Barabas, a charming couple who have been the driving force behind the beloved year-round theatre, New Jersey Repertory Company (NJ Rep). In the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, it is essential to learn about our Garden State theatres and support them.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 18, 2020
Let's get to know our cabaret artists even better with a fifth day of looking at their amazing artistry!
by Stage Tube - Mar 16, 2020
Dave Malloy took to Twitter to release the full production of Ghost Quartet from 2015 at the McKittrick Hotel.
by Laura Fuller - Mar 16, 2020
Finbar Lynch has enjoyed an extensive acting career, spanning stage, film and television. His theatre work includes Girl From the North Country (Noel Coward Theatre, Gielgud Theatre and Toronto) Translations (Donmar Warehouse), Richard III (Almeida Theatre), Antony and Cleopatra (National Theatre), and Antigone (Barbican and world tour). In 1999, he was nominated for both Tony and Drama Desk awards for his performance as Canary Jim in Tennessee Williams' Not About Nightingales. He talks to BroadwayWorld about his role as the Stage Manager in the London transfer of Paula Vogel's Indecent at the Menier Chocolate Factory. A Tony Award-winning hit on Broadway, Indecent explores the origins of the controversial play God of Vengeance by Sholem Asch.
by TV News Desk - Mar 12, 2020
PATRIA tells a story – over three decades – of the Spanish Basque Country threatened by the separatist terrorism of ETA, through the eyes of two families divided by the violent conflict. 
by BWW News Desk - Mar 10, 2020
The Oil Lamp Theater in Glenview announce their next production, the dramatic comedy Cry It Out by Molly Smith Metzler.
by Michael Dale - Mar 10, 2020
For BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, Michael Friedman whipped up an emo rock score that comically skewered white male privilege. For LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST his music and lyrics embraced the open-hearted awkwardness of lovers testing the waters of adulthood, and in THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE, they nostalgically provided a tapestry of pop harmonies, soul and rap. And then there was the abundance of fresh material created for The Civilians, the investigative theatre company he co-founded.
by Erica Cataldi-Roberts - Mar 10, 2020
ASSASSINS, the 1990 Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman show featuring the stories of nine successful and would-be presidential assassins, may seem like an odd choice of subject for a musical, particularly as the first musical in the Gamm Theatre's 35 season history. However, with inventive staging and a top-notch cast guided by artistic director Tony Estrella, this selection pays off.
by Andria Tieman - Feb 9, 2020
Despite the fact that Norman Jewison's AGNES OF GOD has existed as both an award-winning play and later film, it doesn't seem to have been produced very often.  That's all the more reason to rush out and see Epic Theatre's well-executed version of a play that is strange, fascinating and heartbreaking. Juxtaposing the mystical with legal is always good fodder for a thorny debate, and this solid cast delivers the layered and complicated humanity needed to make the story resonate.
by Roy Berko - Feb 9, 2020
The Scottsboro Boys were nine African American teenagers, ages 13 to 20, falsely accused in Alabama of raping two white-women on a train in 1931.
by Tim Sullivan - Feb 27, 2020
BWW Review: GLORIA at A.C.T.'s Strand Theater is a sharp, shrewd work that is bound to be a classic, and a chance to see one of the most skilled writers of our day at the height of his powers.
by TV News Desk - Feb 26, 2020
“The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” – Peter's dramatic and emotional journey is about to come to an end. But first, he must come to grips with Madison turning away from the strong relationship they have developed until the fantasy suites. Will Madison even show up to the rose ceremony? And then it's a sensational and shocking “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All,” MONDAY, MARCH 2 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (TV-14, DL) Episodes can also be viewed next day on demand and on Hulu.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2020
Rosa Escandón and Wallace Wilder will deliver laughs as two 1970s icons in this new piece about friendship, womanhood, and music.
by Rob Lester - Feb 26, 2020
When Jerry Herman's songs fill the air, it's always 'The Best of Times.' 92Y's Lyrics & Lyricists concert series proves that again with a strong presentation to enrich afternoons and night-time (February 22-24). The sturdy arts hub continues to honor Broadway's best, whether with a grand staged program like this or a casual classroom chat by Irving Berlin biographer James Kaplan.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2020
ZACH Theatre has announced cast and creatives for the regional premiere of Roe written by Lisa Loomer. Tackling the politics of abortion through humor and humanity, Roe tells the story of the two women's lives behind the 1973 Roe v Wade decision. Directed by Theatre en Bloc's award-winning founder and Producing Artistic Director, Jenny Lavery, Roe will play The Topfer at ZACH, April 8-May 3, 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2020
Vocal powerhouse, Jen Fellman makes her Beach Café debut on Friday, March 20th, 2020 with songs from her first solo album, Forbidden Drive. Fellman's album, produced by Grammy nominee and 8-time Emmy winner Michael Croiter, released by Broadway Records last fall, includes songs from the worlds of jazz, standards, musical theatre and French chanson.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2020
JACK (Founder / Co-Director Alec Duffy, Co-Director Jordana De La Cruz) is proud to present Best Life by Melisa Tien, a New Dramatist resident playwright. Directed by Kenneth Prestininzi, Best Life is an alarming dark comedy that centers on two women trying to bridge their racial and economic differences. Best Life runs March 21 a?" April 5, 2020, at JACK (18 Putnam Ave, Brooklyn) with opening night on March 22. Tickets are now on sale at
by Suzanne Tidwell - Feb 24, 2020
FEFU AND HER FRIENDS passes the Bechdel test with glowing colors a?" there are no men seen, and only mentioned briefly, even though we feel their presence as plot catalysts. As these women make soup, have water fights and practice French, read aloud from magazines and eat bourbon popsicles, cry and laugh and struggle, they mostly talk about what it is like to be women. How to make space for themselves, and hold space for other women. That is a rare thing.
by Adrienne Proctor - Feb 24, 2020
HAVING OUR SAY is a staged memoir of the Delany Sisters, two women who experienced the Civil Rights Movement and lived to be over 100 years old and tell the tale. This quiet, comfortable play invites the audience to the sister's home as they prepare a meal on stage and recount their extraordinary lives.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2020
Baryshnikov Arts Center introduces New York audiences to one of the most innovative hybrid performance works to emerge from Russia in recent yearsa?"and a collaboration between two bold Russian female artistsa?"when it presents the U.S. premiere of SOS (The Song of Songs), on March 25 & 26. Conceived by Russian visual and performance artist Vera Martynov with Ekaterina Antonenko, artistic director of Moscow's acclaimed Intrada Vocal Ensemble, this staged cantata featuring 14 singers from Intrada, two narrators, and a musician playing percussion and a telegraph key investigates experiences of personal and global tragedy. SOS takes its name from the standard Morse code signal of distress and from the poetic Old Testament text, Solomon's Song of Songs.
by Roger Catlin - Feb 24, 2020
Walking into the Nu Sass world premiere 'Weep' is like stepping into the living and work space of its characters.
by Andrew Child - Feb 24, 2020
For a long time within their history, Company One has cornered the market in Boston for selecting those cutting-edge new works that are able to effectively spark conversations and juxtaposing them against each other in ways that are both productive and incendiary. Hats off to Director of New Work, Ilana M Brownstein, as well as National New Play Network (NNPN) Producer in Residence, Jasmine Brooks, and the entire administrative staff for selecting, through NNPN, such a well-crafted text for a rolling premiere. Jung, who may be best known in Boston for her equally nuanced play, Cardboard Piano, does not stoop to begin with a message, as seems to be in vogue for playwrights right now. She does not set out to teach us anything in a certain, straightforward lecture subdivided into all-too-interchangeable dialogue. Instead, the genesis of her play seems to center around the hypothetical. As one character explains in a moment of meta-theatricality, the evening is nothing more than a series of 'what if?'s. What if a young boy was adopted from Korea by a a?oenot-future-orienteda?? white couple who have given up on having any biological children of their own? What if, once that couple is able to conceive, the boy is again put up for adoption? What if he is adopted by a lesbian couple, and his adoptive father is not entirely thrilled with the prospect of two women raising a boy? By asking these questions and not providing answers, Jung has effectively done what so many playwrights and their commissioners claim to want. She has created a work with the potential to generate conversations that lead to growth and change. Set against the thorough dramaturgical work one can expect from Company One, the production introduces issues within the idea of transracial adoption, America's systems for adoption, and the thin line between a?oevulnerability and violencea??.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
JACK (Founder / Co-Director Alec Duffy, Co-Director Jordana De La Cruz) is proud to present Best Life by Melisa Tien, a New Dramatist resident playwright. Directed by Kenneth Prestininzi, Best Life is an alarming dark comedy that centers on two women trying to bridge their racial and economic differences. Best Life runs March 21 a?" April 5, 2020, at JACK (18 Putnam Ave, Brooklyn) with a press opening on March 22. Tickets are now on sale at
by TV News Desk - Feb 19, 2020
Deadline reports that 'Hercules' voice actor Tate Donovan will star in 'Blood Relative,' a new Fox pilot about forensic genealogy.
by TV News Desk - Feb 18, 2020
Variety reports that actress Melissa Leo will lead 'Blood Relative,' a new drama pilot from Fox.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2020
Pascal Productions has announced a new French production of Wendy Beckett's A CHARITY CASE presented by Claire Merviel Production. The translated production, titled UN ESPOIR, will be presented in French at the Athénée Théâtre Louis-Jouvet in Paris from March 4 to March 28, 2020. The production is written and will be directed by Wendy Beckett, translated by Dominique Hollier.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Opening March 5 and running through March 21st is the return of BLOOD BROTHERS.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Southwark Playhouse will present the world première of Lipstick, a new play by Lily Shahmoon. Ed White directs Helen Aluko (Jordan) and April Hughes (Tommy). The production opens at Southwark Playhouse up on 9 March and runs until 28 March, with previews from 4 March.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Cal State Fullerton's Department of Theatre & Dance kicks off its Spring slate of productions in March when Charlotte Brontë's most famous and beloved literary heroine comes to life in 'Jane Eyre: The Musical.' With a book by John Caird, music and lyrics by Paul Gordon, direction by James R. Taulli, and musical direction by Corey Hirsch, the play runs March 13-29 in the Little Theatre on campus.
by TV News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
On the heels of renewing Killing Eve for a fourth season, BBC AMERICA has announced that the award-winning drama will return for its third on Sunday, April 26th at 10pm ET/PT, and released several first-look photos that point to a wild season. Airing once again on both BBC AMERICA and AMC, season three stars Golden Globe®, SAG® and Critics' Choice Award winner Sandra Oh, Emmy® and BAFTA winner Jodie Comer, Emmy® nominee and BAFTA winner Fiona Shaw and BAFTA nominee Kim Bodnia and is produced for BBC AMERICA by Sid Gentle Films Ltd.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2020
Nora is the perfect wife and mother. She is dutiful, beautiful and everything is always in its right place. But when a secret from her past comes back to haunt her, her life rapidly unravels. Over the course of three days, Nora must fight to protect herself and her family or risk losing everything. Nora: A Doll's House is now playing at the Young Vic (66 The Cut).