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American Place Theatre

About the Theatre
(New York, NY)
266 West 37th Street, Floor 22
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 6, 2022
Hudson River Park today announced its busiest ever Spring and Summer lineup, including the return of old favorites like the critically acclaimed Blues BBQ Festival and sunset salsa lessons, along with Tide Deck tours and science programming, plus a full range of fitness classes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 5, 2022
Drag Out Loud is a live-singing drag show from Donnie Cianciotto, the creator of Trans Voices Cabaret, that highlights the vocal talents of drag kings, femme performers, and trans/nonbinary drag entertainers. After 2 sold out shows, Drag Out Loud is returning to Purgatory, 675 Central Ave, in Brooklyn on Sunday, May 15th at 7:00PM.
by Stephi Wild - May 5, 2022
Wind of Change, in association with Cahoots Theatre Company, today announce the run of Tim Walker's Bloody Difficult Women at the Assembly Rooms for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022. Bloody Difficult Women will be running at the Ballroom at the Assembly Rooms from 3 to 28 August 2022, following an extended run at Riverside Studios this Spring.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 4, 2022
The trailer for NEPTUNE FROST the visionary Sci-Fi musical from musician, poet, and artist Saul Williams and filmmaker Anisia Uzeyman and executive produced by Stephen Hendel (Finding Fela) and Lin-Manuel Miranda is available now. The film opens June 3 via Kino Lorber. Neptune Frost is described as Djibril Diop Mambéty tinged with hypnotic neon visuals and pulsating original music from Williams.
by Michael Major - May 26, 2022
Brooklyn-based rock duo Power Pose share anthemic, drum-backed first single 'Honey,' accompanied by a DIY, carefree video–an at-home dance party complete with playful colors and wigs as the duo jam together. In addition to the fiery single, Power Pose announce their defiant debut full-length album I'm Looking.
by A.A. Cristi - May 25, 2022
Flower Craft, on view at Museum of Arts and Design, through Jun 26, 2022), celebrates the creative visions of botanical artists working at the forefront of contemporary floral design. Inspired by nature's ephemerality and its inimitable palettes, these artists are investigating all stages of the plant life cycle, from seed to germination to decay, to interpret nature in sculptural form. As they expand the boundaries of materials and creative expression, the artists are also engaging in a variety of aesthetic traditions, from early modern European still life painting to the eighteen-century picturesque to the hyperreality of the twenty-first-century digital realm—all of which are explored in the exhibition.
by Stephi Wild - May 24, 2022
The Broadway Green Alliance (BGA) is partnering with 4THBIN to sponsor an E-Waste Drive for the theatre industry on Wednesday, June 1 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in Duffy Square. The event is open to all shows, theatres, industry members, and fans.
by Michael Major - May 23, 2022
Along the way, they will be sharing the stage with Municipal Waste and Integrity for the Summer Atrocity Tour, co-headlining with Cloak on the Poisonous Pandemonium Tour, and finally joining Goatwhore and Incantation on the Vile Ascension Tour, with a few headline shows and festival dates sprinkled in between.
by Marina Kennedy - May 18, 2022
To honor the 100-year-old recipe, Tequila Cazadores is unveiling ‘#TheCaz100’ campaign to celebrate the milestone and make up for 100 celebrations tequila lovers have missed out on over the past couple years.
by Michael Major - May 17, 2022
Toronto-based synth-pop band Rapport are pleased to announce news of their forthcoming EP Floating Through The Wonderwave through Arbutus Records. Alongside this news they have shared lead cut “Going Nowhere” – a shimmering ‘80s pop-emanating reflection on the internal nuance of imbalanced relationships – and its accompanying video. 
by Michael Major - May 16, 2022
Charmers Leva Bonaparte, Craig Conover,  Kathryn Dennis, Austen Kroll, Madison LeCroy and Shep Rose return for season eight. New to the season, though no strangers to the Charleston social scene, are Olivia Flowers, Marcie Hobbs, and Chleb Ravenell alongside familiar faces Venita Aspen, Taylor Ann Green and Naomie Olindo.
by Stephen Mosher - May 14, 2022
As a part of her legacy series honoring great women in music, Ann Hampton Callaway focuses on Peggy Lee.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2022
Brooklyn-based nonprofit Photoville has announced Photoville NYC 2022 (June 4 - 26), marking the outdoor festival’s celebratory return to a summer format for the first time in 10 years, and filling all five of New York’s boroughs with expansive and vivid views of our world.
by Michael Major - May 13, 2022
The album includes previously released singles “Eventually”, “Everybody But You” (ft. Ben Barlow), “Outta My Head”, and “Just Sound” alongside seven never-before-heard tracks featuring additional guest vocalists Chrissy Costanza, Mitchell Tenpenny, and Four Year Strong.
by Stephi Wild - May 12, 2022
The urgency of communicating critical information, the fallout of a pandemic, the long-lasting effects of climate change, land displacement, intergenerational trauma, and resilience are all themes tackled in the series “Crossing the Mountains: Art to Communicate Land Domination, Resilience, and Climate Justice across Divides.”
by Michael Major - May 12, 2022
Keb’ Mo’ released a live performance video for the contemplative and optimistic “Marvelous To Me” from his critically acclaimed new album Good To Be out now via Rounder Records. Keb’ Mo’ is currently in the midst of a European tour and will kick off a US tour this June, including a number of dates supporting Sheryl Crow.
by E.H. Reiter - May 12, 2022
Interview with Jonathan Sangster book writer, conceiver, and co-lyrist of 'boy: a new musical' on creating the show, his talented cast, and the concert fundraiser Monday, May 16th at the SDMT Stage.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 11, 2022
Honolulu Theatre for Youth (HTY) is pleased to announce its 68th season.  The 2022-2023 season is titled E Ho’i Hou: Return Anew and marks HTYʻs post-pandemic return to a full season of offerings.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 6, 2022
The sun is shining brighter, the days are getting longer and the love is getting stronger. It’s springtime, and festival season in la belle province is gearing up — meaning that ShazamFest, the fantastic four-day festival full of fun fit for both families and fanatics, is back to put the cherry on your sundae and the gravy on your poutine!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 6, 2022
The newly renovated State Theatre New Jersey presents Paul Anka in Anka Sings Sinatra: His Songs, My Songs, My Way on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 8pm.
by Drew Eberhard - Jun 4, 2022
Every so often in our lives along comes a musical full of heart. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, is a musical comedy with Music & Lyrics by William Finn, with a book by Rachel Sheinkin. The Broadway Production opened in 2005 and was directed by James Lapine. Since its opening, many productions both locally and regionally have been produced throughout the United States. Spelling Bee was nominated for 6 Tony Awards, winning two including Best Book. This fast-paced musical comedy features 6 adult performers playing children in a local annual spelling bee competing for the top prize, and a savings bond for furthering their education. At the judge’s table and moderator for the events of the bee are past spelling Champion Rona Lisa Peretti, who is also a local Real-Estate Agent, and Vice Principal Douglas Panch. The unique aspect of the show is that four audience members are invited on stage with the performers in the show to compete in the bee. The Announcer and Moderator switch off by ad-libbing mixed sentences and various definitions for the words often to hilarious ends. One by one the performers playing middle school-aged children take their turn at the mic and perform their unique form of spelling by talking into their hand, writing the word on the floor with their foot, or drawing the word on their arm all competing to make sure each word is spelled correctly.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jun 4, 2022
World University of Design unveiled its pioneering batches on Thursday, June 2nd, 2022 at World University of Design campus in Rajiv Gandhi Education City, Sonipat, Haryana. To grace the occasion was present Chief Guest, Hon’ble Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways who encouraged budding designers with his insightful and motivating speech.
by Gil Kaan - Jun 3, 2022
Sweet Nell Productions & Outside In Theatre, in collaboration with Family Affairs Studio, will world premiere Justin Elizabeth Sayre’s Lottie Platchett Took a Hatchet at Assembly Festival as part of The Edinburgh Fringe Festival August 4th - 27th, with a preview in Los Angeles at Casita del Compo’s Cavern Club June 10th – 12th. Jessica Hanna directs the cast of Kirsten Vangsness as Lottie (June 10 & 11) Lauren Lopez as Lottie (June 12 & August 4 – 27) with Tom Lenk, Ryan W Garcia, Tom Detrinis and Justin Elizabeth Sayre. I had the opportunity to ask Tom Lenk a few queries about his many successful ventures, as well as his history with producer/director Tom Detrinis.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 3, 2022
Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles announced today that its season will conclude with A Salute to Sondheim, featuring special guest artist John Holiday (NBC’s The Voice and Matthew Aucoin’s Eurydice at The Metropolitan Opera).
by Chantal Kunst - Jun 25, 2022
What did our critic think of AVENUE Q BY HAPPILY EVER AFTER PRODUCTIONS at Het Amsterdams Theaterhuis?
by Stephi Wild - Jun 24, 2022
The mini-season of short runs features The Anarchist, Duck, Shake the City, and The Poison Belt, a curated selection of cutting-edge work created by the best of upcoming talent in British theatre.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 23, 2022
From 12 - 14 August, Journeys Festival International will celebrate its tenth anniversary in Leicester's city centre with style. The free festival will offer people a magnificent weekend, filling the streets with curious characters and superb outdoor arts shows.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 23, 2022
For 14 months, Terrill Haigler was a sanitation worker in Philadelphia, living mostly as an anonymous figure in the city, collecting garbage daily until his Instagram posts garnered him national attention for his activism. Now, he's an internet and local sensation known as “Ya Fav Trashman,” CEO of YaFavTrashman, LLC, and founder of the non-profit Trash 2 Treasure. 
by Christina Mancuso - Jun 20, 2022
California Wine Country's award-winning Transcendence Theatre Company returned once again to the incomparable Jack London State Historic Park to celebrate its 11th season. And what better way to celebrate than through dance. Directed by acclaimed international director and choreographer Luis Salgado, 'Let's Dance' features a cast and creative team of international talent from all across the country and beyond, including Puerto Rico, Colombia and Spain. Salgado's vision was to 'bring the flavor of Latin culture to Broadway classics and present a show that is bold, high-energy, and embraced by all.' And that is exactly what he did.
by Michael Major - Jun 2, 2022
From Tim’s home shop, the trio tackles the supercharged history of tools, celebrating the coolest, most powerful, and iconic examples of tools, while showcasing their evolution of power from handheld and basic to the industrial and mighty -- testing the limits in a way that only Tim can. Watch a promo for the new series now!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2022
Materials for the Arts (MFTA) - a program of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs - is pleased to announce The Sustainable Art Show, an exhibition of artwork on view in COPE NYC's space at the historic Pfizer Building in Brooklyn by artists who have participated in the first 10 years of the unique MFTA Artist-in-Residence program.
by Rachel Weinberg - Jun 19, 2022
In cullud wattah, Erika Dickerson-Despenza compellingly weaves the personal and political. The play is ultimately a narrative of resilience as the women in the play struggle with environmental racism and to econcile with the tension between their desire for justice (especially in ainee’s case) and the will to survive and make enough money to pay their bills.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 15, 2022
Crossroads Comedy Theater, home to some of Philadelphia's most recognized comedy shows and programs, such as Not Yet Rated and Study Hall, is celebrating its one year birthday with a series of hilarious presentations throughout the month of July. Audiences will be able to enjoy signature Crossroads comedy shows, plus some special one night only events, to ring in the one year anniversary of the company's debut of live performances.
by Michael Major - Jun 14, 2022
Following the announcement last month of their forthcoming new EP Floating Through The Wonderwave and the release of first track “Going Nowhere,” Today Toronto-based synth-pop band Rapport have shared a second standout cut “Video Star” and its accompanying video. Plus, pre-order Rapport's upcoming album now!
by Steve Murray - Jun 1, 2022
Two loners meet, bond, and become integrally entangled in Adam Rapp's beautiful tribute to authors and the spoken word in Marin Theatre Company's season closer The Sound Inside. This introspective two-hander, a West Coast premiere of Rapp's six-time 2020 Tony nominated drama, excels through director Jaason Minadakis' concentrated, minimal staging and stellar performances by Denmo Ibrahim as Professor Bella Lee Baird and Tyler Miclean as her student Christopher Dunn.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 29, 2022
Modern Americana songstress and current Great American Song Contest winner Angela Soffe has released her third single, Cherry On Top, a sweet upbeat song about not being too hard on yourself, dedicated to the women in this world.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 29, 2022
The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) today announced the launch of a new Office of In Visibility (OOIV) project, created by DSNY's current Public Artist in Residence, sTo Len. The Public Artist in Residence program is administered by DCLA, and Len has been embedded within DSNY as part of this program since October 2021.
by Michael Major - Apr 28, 2022
Originally intended to take place for the 25-year anniversary of SOTS in 2020, COVID-19 made AT THE GATES postpone tour until 2022. Finally, the band will hit the road starting August 17th in Los Angeles, where the band will perform the entire SOTS album from start to finish, in additional to a mix of other tracks from their 30+ year career.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 26, 2022
Windmill Theatre Company kicks off its 2022 Adelaide season with the world premiere of Rella, a high- octane musical reimagining of Cinderella that will burst onto the Dunstan Playhouse stage at Adelaide Festival Centre.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 22, 2022
Join us for The Squirrel’s presentation of America’s longest running talk show that’s somehow still on, Gut Reaction Live, with this episode’s host, Avery Meow-Mix (Laura Ornella). 
by Michael Major - Apr 22, 2022
The song and official video have received early support from CMT, and today, Bryant will partner with leading Gen Z platform Sweety High for a TikTok livestream event to share an acoustic performance of “Guilty” with their eager following. Watch the new music video now!
by Student Blogger: Zac Denver Lee - Apr 20, 2022
Although it is important to have physical copies of scripts and scores, I personally prefer to have them on a tablet because it is cleaner. I normally only need them before rehearsals to work out my actions, lines, and character work but the moment I get into the rehearsal, I no longer need them, therefore a soft copy would suffice.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 18, 2022
There are over 7 billion people on Earth and our ever-increasing collective thirst for 'stuff' is detrimentally affecting the way we live. But there is hope. Through eating, travelling and using energy differently, changing the way we shop and share, and using our consumer power, we have hope for the future.
by Perry Tannenbaum - Apr 15, 2022
With a mix of perennial favorites and time-tested originals, KAT EDMONSON made her long-anticipated Charlotte debut, charming a latenight Middle C Jazz Club audience
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 14, 2022
The Museum of Arts and Design will present Flower Craft, featuring the creative visions of six botanical artists working at the forefront of contemporary floral design. Inspired by nature's ephemerality and its inimitable palettes, the artists engage with all stages of the plant life cycle, from seed to germination to decay, to interpret nature in sculptural form.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 14, 2022
Antonio Saillant, a well-known filmmaker, entrepreneur, engineer, consultant and speaker, who will present on 'Sustainability in Films, TV, and Broadway on Earth Day, April 22, 2022, New York Institute of Technology at 1:00pm (EDT).
by Stephi Wild - Apr 13, 2022
Today, Jermyn Street Theatre announces a six-month programme featuring six world premieres and a major rediscovery. The Footprints Festival returns in July, headlined by Karina Wiedman's The Anarchist, winner of the Woven Voices Prize for Playwriting.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Apr 13, 2022
Meet Jenna, a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams of some happiness in her life. When a hot new doctor arrives in town, life gets complicated. With the support of her workmates Becky and Dawn, Jenna overcomes the challenges she faces and finds that laughter, love and friendship can provide the perfect recipe for happiness. Read our critic's review.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 12, 2022
Theatre Royal Bath has announced the first season of work to be commissioned for the Ustinov Studio by its new Artistic Director, the internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning theatre and opera director Deborah Warner.