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American Place Theatre

(New York, NY)
266 West 37th Street, Floor 22
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by Emily McClanathan - May 8, 2021
No talking about politics: this is the rule by which Marla and Sam abide. For them, it’s no mere nicety to ease their way through a holiday dinner with relatives. After 20 years of traveling through space together collecting trash, they’re genuinely trying not to drive each other mad.
by BWW News Desk - May 6, 2021
Boxed Water Is Better® – the most renewable packaged water alternative to plastic bottles– is teaming up with Alaska Airlines to offer less impactful packaged water to passengers as a part of their joint mission to address the ongoing plastic pollution problem.
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2021
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival has announced the full program for its 25th edition of the city-wide event. Every year, CONTACT enlivens greater Toronto with photo-based exhibitions and outdoor installations by Canadian and international artists.
by E.H. Reiter - May 5, 2021
There is always a sense of magic in the art of theatre, and SDSU ‘s PIPPIN streaming through May 8th invites you into the theatre to join them. After all, they have “Magic To Do” and they can’t do it without you.
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2021
As lockdown eases there’s an exhibition opening in an unconventional gallery space in a corner of Edinburgh that might help us to pause and reflect on what has happened before we rush out and enjoy the freedom.
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2021
Riley's Way Foundation has announced the winners of the third annual Call for Kindness, a national contest that funds teen-led projects that inspire kindness, strengthen communities, and bring people together. 
by BWW News Desk - May 12, 2021
Two of Austin's critically acclaimed bands, Nané and Ley Line, will both be debuting their independent short films on May 21st at the Paramount Theater. Throughout 2020, each group used the pause in live music as an opportunity to complete their indie short films.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2021
Battersea Arts Centre today announced a partnership with the NHS to become the community Vaccination Centre for Wandsworth. From Monday 8 March 2021 residents from the borough will be welcomed into the Lavender Hill venue. They will receive vaccines, administered by trained NHS staff.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2021
When ETT approached me about making a theatre show which would most likely have to be shown digitally my first thought was … how can we call that theatre? From the beginning I was anxious, as with all my work, to keep the audience vital, active and (if they liked) participatory. Out of that came 'Open Mic'.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2021
UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA) presents the world premiere of Plastic Bag Store: The Film on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 7 p.m. PDT. This performance will be free to enjoy on CAP UCLA Online. For more information on engaging with or supporting the arts and artists presented by CAP UCLA, visit support CAP UCLA.  
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2021
Elmhurst Ballet School, the vocational school with close links to Birmingham Royal Ballet, and its uniform supplier Dancing Boutique are working together to send over 200 items of dancewear to two ballet schools and charities based over 6,000 miles apart.
by TV News Desk - Mar 3, 2021
A new YouTube Originals kids and family program, Super Sema is Africa’s first kid superhero animated series, which premieres on March 8, International Women’s Day. Nyong'o not only serves as an Executive Producer of Super Sema, but as a shareholder in Kukua.
by TV News Desk - Mar 26, 2021
These Are The Days has been acclaimed by Under The Radar, American Songwriter, Atwood, MXDWN, and more. N'Kanta was also recently a guest on WNYC's 'Soundcheck' as well as WFAE's 'Amplifier.'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2021
Oakland Theater Project's innovative 2021 Season of drive-in theater continues April 9—May 16 with the world premiere theatrical adaptation of T. S. Eliot's epic poem The Waste Land.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 24, 2021
It's been a year since Caruso and Locknar took control of the internet. It's time to celebrate.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2021
Join No Exit Theatre Collective for their first fully produced digital production April 1-4th!
by TV News Desk - Mar 22, 2021
To Egge and Flannery, the ship is the Earth and the captain represents greed and waste. The song speaks to the need of the sailors (and, in 2021, working people of all types) to do the right thing, not only for themselves and each other but also for the future of their children.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 19, 2021
Formidable Vegetable has arrived on fertile ground, ready to turnip the beets for all the green shoots wanting to make a difference in the world. 'Get a Goat' is the first song from the Australian band's upcoming EP Garbage Guts, available on April 16th from 8 Pound Gorilla Records.
by Maria Nockin - Mar 19, 2021
Wagner’s Siegfried is online from San Francisco Opera on March 20 and 21, 2021. Siegfried, a warrior without fear comes of age and prepares for battle in the third opera of Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Tenor Daniel Brenna stars as the Siegfried, the son of Siegmund and Sieglinde who was born to retrieve the almighty ring of power from the dragon.
by TV News Desk - Mar 16, 2021
“Written quickly one night after having a few drinks, it was an attempt to sum up what so many of us felt during the beginning of the pandemic. We were bored, frustrated and self-medicating to avoid going stir crazy,” explains Kennedy.  
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2021
A British Museum Spotlight Loan Crossings: community and refuge will tour the Lampedusa cross around the UK for the first time. Made from the remnants of a boat carrying refugees wrecked near the Italian island of Lampedusa, close to the coast of Tunisia, the cross carries poignant messages about kindness, community and the indifference faced by many refugees.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2021
Read the latest from student bloggers Lydia, Claudia, Kyle, and more!
by Student Blogger: Anna Demaria - Mar 10, 2021
The truth is, we all have something we don’t like about ourselves. Right now, that’s my skin. It’s a continual process to accept yourself. When I look back at my life, I’m sure I’ll regret all the time I wasted worrying about being “perfect.” There simply is no time to waste. So why not accept ourselves where we are at today?
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2021
Same Boat Theater Collective, a diverse team of Bay Area and international playwrights, directors and actors, will explore Latinx and Latin American environmental issues in Terremoto/EarthQuake, a livestream immersive festival of workshops, words, music and original plays written, directed and performed by artists from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela and the San Francisco Bay Area.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2021
The 16th Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, under the artistic direction of Ariel Cohen, will be held this year, from 31 March to 3 May 2021.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2021
The Festival will take place in venues across the city and county, as well as at the newly reopened Festival Gardens where a brand-new Festival music weekend is announced in collaboration with Wild Paths - Garden Sessions. Festival Gardens will also see the return of the much-loved Garden Party over the middle weekend.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 6, 2021
The song was produced by Konscience Beatz and the album art is by Ignatius Arts. 'Pick It Up' will be available on all digital platforms April 5.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2021
The Black Theatre Manager’s Fellowship at Hattiloo Theatre is welcoming its inaugural class of four arts managers to its Fellowship program. In July 2021, the four arts managers from four cities will participate in Hattiloo’s highly competitive Fellowship program that provides practical training in arts administration.
by Jim Munson - Apr 5, 2021
The latest program in San Francisco Ballet’s 2021 digital season is the glorious return of George Balanchine’s Jewels. BroadwayWorld reviews the thrilling production now streaming through April 21, 2021.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 4, 2021
Looking for a way to pass the time while at home? BroadwayWorld has made a list of musicals and shows that you can watch from the comfort of your couch! Whether it's Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ or BroadwayHD, we have got you covered with all the must-watch titles! 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2021
Vangeline Theater's live stream archival footage of Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, a 60-minute dance piece performed in 2017 at Triskelion Arts, premiered on Earth Day 2021 and is available on demand.
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 28, 2021
When your hear over and over about how amazing a singer is, you might grow to fear the hype. This is one time high expectations are met... with a vengeance.
by Timothy Treanor - Apr 26, 2021
The thing about Romeo and Juliet – but you know this, Grasshopper – is that it isn’t a love story – not at all, not even a little bit. It is rather a story of desperation, ego and self-regard. Juliet is a thirteen-year-old girl who has just been given the alarming news that she will be forced to marry a man she’s never met.
by Student Blogger: Grace Callahan - Apr 23, 2021
​​​​​​Hey! College student here. It’s finals season – but you probably already knew that. It’s an incredibly stressful time for students, and easy to feel burned out. Though I can feel myself approaching exhaustion, I’ve been able to keep moving and working. Every student is different, so I’m not about to tell you “the” way to avoid running out of steam. We all have different responsibilities, and for some students the fatigue is unavoidable. With that in mind, below are some ways I’ve stayed inspired and determined. 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2021
Next month the British Museum will open the first major exhibition in the UK on Nero, one of the most notorious ancient Roman emperors.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2021
Today (April 22) in live streaming: Lucie Jones visits Backstage Live, an ER reunion on Stars in the House, and more!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2021
Exciting content is set to debut on Audible in May. Scripted titles include the original comedy podcast A Total Switch Show, starring real-life mother and daughter Lea Thompson and Zoey Deutch, plus more!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2021
The world-class line-up of this brand-new festival in East Anglia involves talks and panel discussions that interrogate the future of everything from meat-eating and sustainability to fashion, sex and the English language.
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 21, 2021
We admire the companies and organizations are working to care for our earth. Take a look at some of the businesses that are definitely making our environment better. And check out the charitable organizations that are being proactive on Earth Day and every day.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2021
The Tennessee Theatre could reopen with full capacity events by the end of the year.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2021
THE WASTE LAND by T.S. Eliot and starring Lisa Ramirez in a bravura solo performance will stream starting Thursday, April 29 at 8 p.m. (Pacific), and be available for viewers on demand through May 19, it has been announced by Oakland Theater Project, where Ms. Ramirez has been performing the newly-adapted, hourlong play in a parking lot, accompanied by an original soundtrack, video and multimedia.  
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2021
Live Nation Entertainment, the world's leading live entertainment company, today introduced the Green Nation Touring Program, which is developing industry-leading guidance and best practices to enhance the sustainability of concert tours. 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 20, 2021
Theatrical poster designer Frank Verlizzo is selling prints of some of his rejected designs for musicals such as Cabaret, The Lion King, and Matilda, to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2021
The New Media Film Festival is the first event of its kind in the world to accept non-fungible tokens in competition. During its 12th annual event on June 2-3, 2021, the winner will be announced and then purchased live during the awards ceremony.
by Rachel Weinberg - Apr 19, 2021
With NEW FACES SING BROADWAY 1961, Porchlight Music Theatre has put together a program that will satisfy the cravings of those who desperately miss live musical theater.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 13, 2021
Sara Mearns recently partnered with Seattle Dance Collective on the new dance film Gallop Apace. Starring Mearns, the film interprets Shakespeare's 'Gallop Apace' monologue from Romeo and Juliet through movement, navigating Juliet's emotional transformation from young girl to woman.
by Richard Allen - Apr 13, 2021
Alban Arts Center’s upcoming production of Rikki Tikki Tavi will be the first show to have a live audience since early 2020. I spoke with Director Adam Bryan about the show, his thoughts on once again allowing audiences inside the Alban, and how the Alban will handle shows in the future.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 13, 2021
Creative Cauldron presents Difficult Conversations: Bridging the Divide, a new series of original plays. The premise is that in this challenging time of division and conflict, Creative Cauldron looks to writers in the DMV for inspiration and healing. 
by Stage Tube - Apr 10, 2021
Today, April 10 is the opening of THE WASTE LAND starring Lisa Ramirez at the Oakland Theater Project. Get a first look!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2021
On April 1, 2011, an unknown entrepreneur with more hard cash than sense erected a shaky spiegeltent on the forecourt of Caesars Palace and presented the first performance of a raunchy acrobatic show he said would pull Las Vegas out of the gloom of the global financial crisis. They said the show wouldn't last a week.