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Valhalla - 2004 - Off-Broadway

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New York Theatre Workshop

(New York, NY)
79 East 4th Street
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by Julie Musbach - Sep 3, 2019
A native from Longview TX, finds himself living a reality while bringing others along on the ride to mass exposure. Dedrick Weathersby, a Longview High School graduate embarks on another stop apart of his National 'Night Train' tour. This stop will lead him and the cast up North to beautiful South Lake Tahoe. Dedrick was welcomed to Valhalla Resort with a SOLD OUT audience. Some patrons uttered, 'I been waiting for this show all summer'.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2020
Die Walkure will premiere at the Deutsche Oper Berlin on September 27, 2020. There will be no premiere party and no receptions at the premiere on September 27, 2020.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 10, 2019
Hackney Showroom today announce the full cast for the world première of for all the women who thought they were Mad by Zawe Ashton. Associate Director of Hackney Showroom's Jo McInnes directs Layo-Christina Akinlude (Angela), Mina Andala (Joy), Jennifer Dixon (Kim), Joy Elias-Rilwan (Margaret), Jumoké Fashola (Ruth), Michael Fitzgerald (Boss/Doctor), Janet Kumah (Rose), with Elena Coleman, Chiamara Nwosu and Rae Ann Quayle sharing the role of Nambi. The production opens at Stoke Newington Town Hall on 17 October, with previews from 14 October, and runs until 9 November a?" marking Hackney Showroom's a new partnership with the London Borough of Hackney to bring theatre to Stoke Newington Town Hall.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 22, 2019
Seattle Center Winterfest Student Showcases, Nov. 30-Dec. 22, endure as a beloved tradition alongside the professional Winterfest entertainment on Seattle Center Armory Mainstage. The 100+ showcases enliven the Seattle Center Armory Food & Event Hall while offering public and private school groups the opportunity to share their artistic accomplishments with family, friends and the public. All performances are free of charge and present seasonal music, along with a varied selection of works for choral, dance and instrumental ensemble.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 20, 2020
The Toronto Consort has announced the launch of Early Music TV, the first-of-its-kind, subscription-based video streaming service dedicated to music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 19, 2019
Netflix today announced Vikings: Valhalla, a new original series from creator Michael Hirst that continues the storytelling of his beloved epic Vikings saga.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 17, 2020
The Television Academy Foundation today announced the restructuring of its 2021 Summer Internship and Fellowship programs for college students nationwide, offering enhanced professional development for students facing an uncertain job market due to the pandemic. Applications for the 2021 summer program may be filed now through Jan. 19, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 10, 2020
Five outstanding new writers from the UK, Australia and the US are the finalists for the 2020 Theatre503 International Playwriting. Ayad Andrews, Gina Stevensen, Pravin Wilkins, Safaa Benson-Effiom and Zoe Ashford Cooper were chosen from 1,719 scripts sent in from 45 countries.
by Richard Sasanow - May 9, 2021
With nary a “Ho-yo-to-ho” to be heard, the Met’s “Met Stars Live in Concert” series brought four eminent Wagnerians--sopranos Christine Goerke and Elza van den Heever, tenor Andreas Schager and baritone Michael Volle--together from the dazzlingly Baroque Hessisches Staatstheater in Wiesbaden, Germany, live on May 8. This “Wagnerians in Concert” will be available from the Met’s website until just before the witching hour on May 21.
by Maria Nockin - Mar 8, 2021
On Saturday, March 6, 2021, San Francisco Opera did a wonderful thing. The company put the opening opera of Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelungen online, free to  the world of opera lovers and the universe of the curious. Anyone with access to the Internet can see the entire Ring on weekends in March, and I, for one, am extremely grateful. 
by Alan Henry - Mar 8, 2019
Wagner's visionary initial installment of the Ring Cycle depicts the original sin of the theft of the sacred golden treasure, the vanity of the gods, the greed of the Nibelungen, the fratricide of the giants, and the building of Valhalla. Bass-baritone Greer Grimsley sings the role of Wotan, the conflicted lord of the gods. Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton sings her first Wagner role at the Met as Wotan's embattled wife, Fricka.
by Alan Henry - Mar 7, 2019
Wagner's visionary initial installment of the Ring Cycle depicts the original sin of the theft of the sacred golden treasure, the vanity of the gods, the greed of the Nibelungen, the fratricide of the giants, and the building of Valhalla. Bass-baritone Greer Grimsley sings the role of Wotan, the conflicted lord of the gods. Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton sings her first Wagner role at the Met as Wotan's embattled wife, Fricka.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 3, 2021
As COVID-19 restrictions continue, Chicago Opera Theater has announced an update to its digital production slated for April 24, 2021. Instead of the previously announced Il Postino, COT will now offer the Chicago premiere of La hija de Rappaccini, also by Daniel Catán, based on a short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
by Richard Sasanow - Mar 27, 2019
There's lots to enjoy in the Met's revival of DIE WALKURE, the second part of Richard Wagner's great tetralogy, DER RING DES NIBELUNGEN, better known simply as Wagner's Ring Cycle, which had its first performance of the season on Monday night--all five hours of it!--under the pulsating control of Philippe Jordan and the Met orchestra in full throttle. The thrills started with the entrance of soprano Christine Goerke as Brunnhilde, tenor Stuart Skelton and soprano Eva Marie Westbroek as the incestuous Siegmund and Sieglinde, the clarion mezzo Jamie Barton as Fricka, goddess of marriage. For sheer pleasure and delight, however, there's nothing that beats the best-known section of the opera, “The Ride of the Valkyries,” which opens Act III.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 26, 2019
Jordan Klepper is not behind a desk in New York City. He's sinking in a boat with environmental protesters in a Louisiana bayou. He's packing moving boxes with one of the nation's first Native American Congresswomen in New Mexico and he's posting bail at the Fulton County Jail. The premiere episode features Klepper getting body-slammed by a vet dealing with PTSD in Texas. In Comedy Central's new docuseries, Klepper leaves the comfort of the studio and embeds on the front lines of America's push for change. Punctuated with his self-deprecating wit and lots of way-harder-than-I-thought reality checks, the all-new immersive documentary series Klepper debuts May 9 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 2, 2020
Austin-based record label Chicken Ranch Records partners with India's Ziro Festival of Music for an 'Indie from India' showcase of bands, followed two nights later by the label's annual SXSW showcase.  
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 2, 2020
A joyous invitation for everyone around the world to sing and dance together, Fiesta Global, the second bilingual album from native Peruvian Flor Bromley, is set for release on April 24, 2020.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 12, 2020
Renowned Nashville pedal steel player Luke Schneider is excited to announce his new album Altar Of Harmony, out May 15 on Third Man Records. The music is situated firmly in the ambient new age realm, yet all of the sounds on Altar Of Harmony were created with a 1967 Emmons Push/Pull pedal steel guitar. The announcement comes with the album's first track 'Anteludium' and its accompanying video -- watch the video below! Pre-order the album on black vinyl HERE, and pre-save it digitally HERE.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 11, 2021
'Waiting in the Light' is one of four original soundscapes that will be presented on digital channels in collaboration with LA's @leavingrecords over the course of 2021.
by Richard Sasanow - Mar 11, 2019
If Robert Lepage's production of Wagner's Ring Cycle (formally, DER RING DAS NIBELUNGEN) had worked as smoothly when it opened in 2010 as it did at this season's marvelous premiere of its prologue, DAS RHEINGOLD, on Saturday afternoon, there probably still would have been complaints--not about its focus on technology but on its traditional approach. Personally, i liked it.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 16, 2020
MGM today announced it has struck an exclusive two-year first-look television deal with leading Israeli production company Tadmor Entertainment, founded by prolific entrepreneur and film producer Gideon Tadmor.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 8, 2019
FOX Entertainment's new company, SIDECAR: A “Content Development Accelerator,” headed by veteran executive and producer Gail Berman, has announced its executive roster.
by Jade Kops - Jul 7, 2019
Sydney Cabaret Festival Artistic Director Trevor Ashley opened the inaugural SYDNEY CABARET FESTIVAL with a delightful amuse-bouche of performances at the ALL STAR GALA. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 6, 2020
On this day, we're wishing a happy birthday to the Tony Award-winning director of Come From Away, Christopher Ashley!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 6, 2019
On this day, we're wishing a happy birthday to the Tony Award-winning director of Come From Away, Christopher Ashley!
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2019
Recovering showgirl Miss Hope Springs was once the toast of Las Vegas. Now she's down on her luck and highly medicated. Join her, live at the piano, as she dusts off an array of all-original toe-tapping show tunes, finger-snapping pop and heartrending ballads from her fabulous vintage repertoire and presents her unique brand of 'sit down' comedy. You'll hear hilarious stories about her Ritz to the pits life in LA, Paris and...Dungeness. Still draped in the sequins and feathers she fled the Pink Pelican Casino wearing in 1972, this ageing ingenue is no has-been, she's the ultimate never-was.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 17, 2019
Recovering showgirl Miss Hope Springs was once the toast of Las Vegas. Now she's down on her luck and highly medicated. Join her, live at the piano, as she dusts off an array of all-original toe-tapping show tunes, finger-snapping pop and heartrending ballads from her fabulous vintage repertoire and presents her unique brand of 'sit down' comedy. You'll hear hilarious stories about her Ritz to the pits life in LA, Paris and...Dungeness. Still draped in the sequins and feathers she fled the Pink Pelican Casino wearing in 1972, this ageing ingenue is no has-been, she's the ultimate never-was.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 17, 2019
The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC), a nonprofit film and media education center, has been awarded a $7,000 Catalyzing Creative AgingProgram seed grant from the National Guild for Community Arts Education. The JBFC was selected to be one of 10 nonprofit organizations across the country to receive this grant, which will support the launch of a new, innovative arts education programming for older adults. 
by Jade Kops - Jul 15, 2019
The intimate Brunswick Picture House's small stage cabaret CHEEKY CABARET brings the burlesque and circus element to the inaugural SYDNEY CABARET FESTIVAL.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 11, 2019
Hackney Showroom today announces the world premiere of for all the women who thought they were Mad by Zawe Ashton which will open at Stoke Newington Town Hall - marking a new partnership with the London Borough of Hackney to bring theatre to Stoke Newington Town Hall. Directed by Jo McInnes it opens on 17 October, with previews from 14 October, and runs until 9 November.
by Elliot Lanes - Jul 1, 2019
Signature Theatre concludes its 29th season with a World Premiere musical written by, in my opinion, one of the most underrated writing teams working in musical theatre today. Blackbeard written by John Dempsey (Book & Lyrics) and Dana P. Rowe (Music) has everything you could ever want in a musical. It features a high quality score, a great cast, excellent production values, and swordplay. What more do 1you need?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 31, 2020
American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) announced today the lineup of productions and cabaret performances for the remainder of the 2019-20 season, featuring students from A.C.T.'s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Program and Young Conservatory (YC). Single tickets for all productions and cabaret performances are on sale now by calling the A.C.T. Box Office at 415.749.2228 or online at act-sf.org/csvshows. Ticket prices are subject to change without notice.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 30, 2020
NAATCO (National Asian American Theatre Company) founder and Artistic Producing Director Mia Katigbak today announced the creation of The NAATCO National Partnership Project (NNPP), a national theater initiative that will ingrain the inclusion of Asian American theatre artists, technicians, administrators, and community members in the American theater.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 28, 2021
The 32nd annual GLAAD Award nominations have been released! The nominees include Broadway film adaptations like 'The Prom,' 'The Boys in the Band,' and 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.' 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 26, 2021
VIKINGS: VALHALLA, the explosive, all-new exploration of  the spectacularly epic Vikings saga debuting only on Netflix, announces its cast
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 25, 2021
Unified Highway - comprised of Rebelution vocalist/guitarist Eric Rachmany and producer/DJ/ remixer Amp Live (formerly of Zion I)-has just dropped a bass-heavy remix of 'The Truth.'
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 28, 2019
Secret Solstice, Iceland's Midnight Sun music and culture festival, is pleased to present their phase two lineup for its sixth edition this June 21-23, 2019 in Reykjavik, Iceland during 72 hours of non-stop sunlight. Performing in Iceland for the first time, Secret Solstice is honored to welcome legendary hip-hop/pop group Black Eyed Peas. Also announced is the queen of punk rock Patti Smith and Band alongside hip hop icons The Sugarhill Gang with Grandmaster Melle Mel & Scorpio (of the Furious 5). These acts add to previously announced headliners Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, Martin Garrix, Rita Ora and Morcheeba. With 20 new acts including Sólstafir, Vök, Hatari and artists from Iceland's the 101 Boys collective, Secret Solstice is again shaping up to be a standout event on the summer festival calendar in one of the world's most unique and breathtaking corners.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Feb 23, 2020
While there are four characters in Kill Move Paradise, and they are endowed with names and hints at backstories, their individual identities don't matter much. They are unified more than distinguished, engaged as they are in a common enterprise, chorally addressing the same issues. Specifically, they are all African American men, all (apparently) killed by police gunfire, who are still coming to terms with the ongoing trauma attendant upon being born black and therefore vulnerable to what happened to them in today's America. And, having landed in an afterlife of some kind, they are required now to come to awareness of their present circumstances, and apparently to heal from the inner wounds their earthly lives have inflicted.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2021
A group of professionals from television, film and theatre, brought together by theatre company Moya Productions, have launched ReadThrough – a brand new online play reading service designed to improve the comprehension of exam-body English plays for students across the UK, with a particular focus on students from less privileged backgrounds.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 17, 2020
 A four-opera saga that unfolds over the course of a single week. Three weeklong cycles to be presented at Lyric in a thrilling new production that has earned rave reviews and attracted audience members from every corner of the planet. One magical lump of gold that leads to the end of one world and the beginning of another. In opera's most monumental undertaking, characters inspired by Norse mythology battle over power and love, violate sacred oaths, and make unimaginable sacrifices a?" all set to Richard Wagner's brilliant, glorious music. The word 'epic' is often overused, but it truly applies to the Olympian achievement that is The Ring of the Nibelung.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 15, 2021
More than 26,000 students logged on for the first-ever live ReadThrough event held on Thursday 11th Feb, with a cast including Joe Lycett, Pearl Mackie, Remmie Milner and Esther Smith performing Macbeth to aide student's comprehension of the curriculum text.
by Abigail Charpentier - Feb 14, 2020
Lauren Ruth Ward has announced the release of her second album, Vol. II, out March 13. Today, she has also shared the video for the single “Water Sign,” directed by Dylan Doornos Hayes. To celebrate, Lauren is performing a SOLD OUT  video release party at  Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertown, CA today, February 14. She will kick off her first US headline tour on March 13 in San Diego. Complete list of tour dates below.
by Richard Sasanow - Feb 1, 2020
There must be something in the air, with a couple of New York's small opera companies transporting 19th-century German Romantic operas by Weber and Wagner to Texas within a couple of months, in search of ways to attract new audiences. The first was Weber's DIE FREISCHUTZ from Heartbeat Opera, now On Site Opera's new production of Jim Luigs' and Scott Warrender's DAS BARBECU, complete with all the fixin's at Hill Country Barbecue Market on West 26th Street in Manhattan.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 9, 2019
New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW) (Artistic Director James C. Nicola and Managing Director Jeremy Blocker) announced today performers, presenters and the host for the NYTW 2020 Gala, honoring NYTW Usual Suspect & Tony Award-winning director Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown, Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Three Pianos at NYTW) and Tony Award-winning producer Jordan Roth (Producer of Hadestown; President of Jujamcyn Theaters). The Gala will be held on Monday, February 3 at Capitale (130 Bowery, New York, NY 10013).
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 2, 2019
Wagnerian vaudeville, parody pastiche, and Bayreuth burlesque await guests at DAS RHINESTONE, an evening of serious singing, sequins, and plenty of WTF operatic moments to get you in or distract you from the holiday spirit. Zachary James, appearing courtesy of The Metropolitan Opera, brings Wagner's diva daddy Wotan to glittering, semi-nude life at this one night only event on December 23 at New York's The Slipper Room (167 Orchard Street).
by Cindy Marcolina - Aug 8, 2019
Fourth Monkey's Two Year Rep programme students take over the entirety of The Monkey House directed by Rich Rusk and create a world dominated by Norse Mythology. Loki becomes the master of ceremonies in this site specific piece, introducing Odin, giant spiders, fortune tellers, and an army of Valkyrie to enthrall the audience with a poignant reflection.
by Gary Naylor - Aug 1, 2019
Grimeborn sees a condensed version version of the early part of Wagner's Ring Cycle that packs a punch in its intense 100 minutes running time.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 30, 2021
Vaudelesque Productions announces Broadway World Awards Best Cabaret Edinburgh Fringe 2019 winner Miss Hope Springs returns to Crazy Coqs, Wigmore Hall and Brighton Festival Fringe in June.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 27, 2021
Dame Harriet Walter, Jade Anouka, Guy Paul, Remmie Milner, and Esther Smith are among the cast for the next live ReadThrough performance at 4.30pm on Friday 7th May, bringing to life William Shakespeare’s Othello free to watch for all school-age students across the UK.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 16, 2021
New York Theatre Workshop announced today that Artistic Director James C. Nicola will depart the theater on June 30, 2022. Nicola has been the Artistic Director of New York Theatre Workshop since 1988.