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Garrick Theatre

(New York, NY)
67 W. 35th St.
by Stephi Wild - May 30, 2021
The open-air performance transformed the block into a cabaret theatre full of music, dance, comedy, and drag as part of the city’s Open Culture program - an initiative to invigorate the live performance art scene that has stood still for over a year.    
by Cindy Marcolina - May 28, 2021
One of London’s most venerated theatres, Shakespeare's Globe has re-opened its doors with Sean Holmes’s gaudy 2019 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. With staggered entrance slots and social distance protocols in place, the Globe itself feels it too. The groundlings are masked now (as is the audience as a whole) and are seated on scattered chairs while the actors wear face coverings when they walk among them.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 28, 2021
“There’s a big middle ground, like folk-psych, or weirder country music,” J.B. says, reeling off names like Skip Spence and Syd Barrett as stepping stones between the genres of punk and folk. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 28, 2021
After beginning performances on September 30th, Bated Breath Theatre Company will celebrate the 300th performance of VOYEUR: THE WINDOWS OF TOULOUSE-LAUTREC on Friday, June 4. VOYEUR is conceived and directed by Mara Lieberman.
by Stephi Wild - May 27, 2021
The Seven Deadly Sins cycle has been adapted into seven short audio theatre pieces, which can be enjoyed together or separately for the most flexible listening experience. Audiences can enjoy the series directly through the Quintessence Theatre webpage, or via podcasting platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 27, 2021
Redbox has been a leader in quality home entertainment for nearly two decades delivering choice and value to customers and partners across physical and digital channels.
by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2021
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat will host nine weeklong in-person residencies for 23 musical theatre writers of nine new musicals between June 27 and August 29.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 26, 2021
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat will host nine weeklong in-person residencies for 23 musical theatre writers of nine new musicals between June 27 and August 29.  Writers include Tony-nominee Beth Malone, Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls; Jonathan Larson winners Avi Amon, Sara Cooper, Ty Defoe, and Anna Jacobs and more.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 26, 2021
George Washington's Revolutionary War encampment in New Jersey is the subject of a fine art photography exhibition and companion programs. The images were created by Xiomaro, a nationally-exhibited artist, under a commission from the U.S. National Park Service.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 26, 2021
Soho Rep. is presenting eight works created by artists comprising Project Number One, the organization’s 2020 initiative bringing theater-makers onto the Soho Rep. staff in a moment of extreme precarity for the artistic community.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
The weeklong celebration will include tribute concerts at The Ryman Auditorium (October 6 & 7), CMA Theater at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (October 8) and the Basement East (October 9) and will culminate on October 10—what would have been John’s 75th birthday. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2021
Co-creators Ellpetha Tsivicos and Camilo Quiroz-Vazquez have announced that the world premiere of Persou, an experiential festival celebrating Spring, will be extended one week to June 12, 2021. Persou plays Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. EDT at Nancy Manocherian’s the cell Theatre in Manhattan.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2021
Charter Oak Cultural Center unveiled today at a 12pm Virtual Open House the acquisition of an adjacent historic property, major renovation and restoration work on their own iconic synagogue structure, and the creation of a youth arts campus in downtown Hartford.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 21, 2021
THE ROAD THEATRE COMPANY have announced the Twelfth Annual Summer Playwrights Festival returns to its online format making new plays more accessible than ever.
by Carissa Chesanek - May 20, 2021
On Sunday, May 16th, the furloughed artists of the Met Opera came together for an outdoor performance on the Upper West Side called Open Air Opera: Street Dances.
by Virag Dombay - May 20, 2021
ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE By Alice Birch | Directed by Catarina Hebbard Presented by Metro Arts and BC Productions Qld in association with e.g and Big Scary Anima
by Student Blogger: Holden Childress - May 19, 2021
I'm bound to watch some movie musicals this summer, and since there’s enough to make a list, I thought I’d share some musical films I’ll be watching this summer that I recommend.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 19, 2021
The song follows up the release of two pre-release singles, 'Bad Dream' and 'Remedy' which have been praised by Pitchfork, Stereogum, Paste, American Songwriter, SPIN Magazine, UPROXX and many more. 
by Ricky Pope - May 19, 2021
Dawn Derow lit up The West Bank Cafe with a very eclectic mix of favorite golden-age Broadway standards, newer Broadway sounds, pop songs, and even a touch of the operatic. Ms. Derow has a voice that is warm and as comforting as an old friend. She is capable of soprano arias and smokey torch songs and navigates both equally well. I was particularly impressed by her Bassa-nova-tinged version of George Benson’s “This Masquerade,” and her Sweet Dreams,” in which she managed to evoke Patsy Cline without imitating her.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 18, 2021
“I love walking into someone’s house and turning it upside down,” said Lil Jon. “When people hear my name, they automatically think… fun! That same energy goes for my designs as well. I don’t love following design trends—I would rather be the trendsetter.”
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 18, 2021
The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center is using the arts to highlight and celebrate Hmong stories and culture within the community in honor of Hmong Heritage Month.
by Jade Kops - May 16, 2021
The ugly truth behind the faux ‘modern woke man’ is laid bare as ULSTER AMERICAN strips back the veneer with hilarious and horrific consequences.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2021
The Art Institute of Chicago announced today that the museum is nearing completion of the conservation and installation of an extraordinary memorial window, attributed to Agnes F. Northrop and made by Tiffany Studios in 1917.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 9, 2021
Artpark & Company has announced FREE Family Saturdays as part of the summer 2021 season on Saturdays from June 19, 2021-August 28, 2021, from 12pm-4pm at the Artpark Amphitheater, 450 S 4th St, Lewiston, NY 14092. 
by TV News Desk - Jun 8, 2021
Out of that challenge, they have released “Sports with Strangers,” “Xbox Luvr” over the last few months, and have now added their latest lo-fi indie pop single “Daydreams/Heartbreaks.”
by Steve Callahan - Jun 7, 2021
Alone on stage. Alone, alone and desperate. Alone forever. Opera Theatre of Saint Louis and that courageous soprano Patricia Racette bring us Francis Poulenc’s one-act opera LA VOIX HUMAINE. It’s a solo piece, a true tour de force for the singer. And Ms. Racette carries it off magnificently.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 4, 2021
The event showcases the unique ceramic firing process in which red-hot ceramic pieces are transferred directly from a kiln into a container of combustible materials.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 3, 2021
Dušan and Voitre Marek: Surrealists at sea at the Art Gallery of South Australia will be the first major survey of the art of Czech-Australian brothers Dušan and Voitre Marek. The exhibition will draw together over 200 works from public and private collections across the country, many of which will be on public display for the first time.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 3, 2021
PDSW have partnered with Yorke Dance Project and New Adventures for a series of unmissable outdoor performances.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 2, 2021
The long intermission is almost over and LA MIRADA THEATRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS & McCOY RIGBY ENTERTAINMENT have announced their 44th season of shows, and will welcome subscribers and audiences back for another exciting, joy-filled season of Broadway smash hits, concerts, comedy and much, much more!
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Jun 18, 2021
Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. An analysis of Bo Burnham's Inside, a look at movie musicals, features on comic book artists, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Paula Makar - Jun 18, 2021
Mirette is based on the Caldecott Award-winning book Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully. The musical runs June 16-20 at the Century II Convention Hall, with excellent socially distanced seating. If you have children, RUN, don’t walk, to purchase tickets for this delightfully charming treasure. It’s the kind of show that will turn children into lifelong theatre goers. The story is simple, the characters are timeless archetypes, the message is positive, and the artistic value is high despite the impositions of strict COVID19 restrictions.
by Student Blogger: Bea Mienik - Jun 17, 2021
Yet when I pick a day to do this, just as I begin that day of unbridled “rest and relaxation”, I’m met with thoughts we’ve all experienced. Much like the God of Mischief himself, these thoughts are uninvited and troubling: “Are you seriously taking a break right now? When you should be working? How dare you. If you’re not working, then what are you except lazy?” 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 17, 2021
This new exhibition from The Scottish Gallery seeks to show that Eardley's cultural capital has never been higher.  In the fifty-eight years since her passing, after she succumbed to cancer in August 1963, Eardley's reputation has been enhanced and today her value is hugely augmented. 
by Timothy Treanor - Jun 17, 2021
It is 1950, and on a rainy South African afternoon in the St. George’s Park Tea Room, Hally (Nick Apostolina) is becoming himself. He was a boy – one prone to arrogance and self-pity, certainly but vulnerable, and capable of sweetness and hope. But now he is becoming a man – a brutal man, “MASTER HAROLD”, who embraces the world’s ugliness and claims it as his own. He does this by spitting in the face of Sam (L. Peter Callender), a Black man who had sheltered him to that point from the world’s worst, including his own father. In this primal way Master Harold joins the oppressors as a way of not joining the oppressed.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2021
The two shows form part of a 14-strong programme of new productions which have been specially selected by a panel of industry experts. The announcement coincides with June being Pride Month 2021. 
by TV News Desk - Jun 16, 2021
The song marked Alec’s first official Mandarin release, and immediately shot to #1 on NetEase Music’s Western New Music Chart in China, surpassing new releases from artists including Lorde and Maroon 5.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2021
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced new multidisciplinary artistic commissions, performances, workshops and more this coming July to Restart Stages—the outdoor performing arts center constructed on the Lincoln Center campus.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 15, 2021
IDES is the product of collaborations between artists working from their home studios across the country, trading sound files, snapshots, and voice memos.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 15, 2021
Through a unique collaboration between two local arts organizations, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's Conservatory will soon be back in business – with a new leader at its helm.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 11, 2021
After making a splashy smash with her Whitney Houston tribute show, Nicole Henry returns to the scene of the shine with a new nightclub act appropriately titled FEELING GOOD. Because she is.
by TV News Desk - Jun 11, 2021
Following the release of their first two singles, the band went back into the studio in Nashville to record their debut showcase with GRAMMY®-nominated producer/engineer John Rausch (Taylor Swift, P!nk, Moon Taxi), and in April of 2019, their debut EP, After 7, was released. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 11, 2021
Although Jenkins started recording new music in 2019, and finished it by summer 2020, he held off putting it out during the pandemic, and holding onto the album has been “kind of a life vest of music,” he says.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 11, 2021
The Center will celebrate its 50th Anniversary Season. The season brings an exciting array of opportunities that are certain to dazzle, entertain and transport audiences to new places – and they’ve saved a seat for you with one of their six subscription series – now on sale.
by Student Blogger: Bea Mienik - Jun 10, 2021
As a young child, he became fascinated with dramatic storytelling through images of stained glass windows and sculptures while passing by churches as a boy walking with his mother. He was and still is inspired by their common extraordinary elements: 'rising up' or 'suffering'.
by E.H. Reiter - Jun 10, 2021
If you had asked me about Dr. Ruth before I watched BECOMING DR. RUTH I would have vague memories of an older lady with an accent who used to talk about sex on the radio in the ’90s and early 2000s.  Now, thanks to the stellar performance by Tovah Feldshuh in the play now streaming from North Coast Repertory Theatre, I have learned so much about Dr. Ruth’s extraordinary life.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 10, 2021
With a powerful new production of Becoming Dr. Ruth now available for streaming, BroadwayWorld had the chance to sit down with playwright Mark St. Germain, actress Tovah Feldshuh who is taking on the one-woman show, and the title character herself, Dr. Ruth.
by Student Blogger: Grace Callahan - Jun 1, 2021
Summer is HERE! If you’re like me, that means rolling down the windows and cranking up the ‘tunes. By tunes, of course, I mean showtunes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2021
Broadway Palm has announced its 29th Season which includes eight main stage productions, four productions in the Off Broadway Palm, three Children’s Theatre productions, and five concerts. Individual tickets are on sale now.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 1, 2021
UTA Artist Space presents Stormscape, an exhibition of new paintings of land and seascapes accompanied by large-scale sculpture by the Cuban American painter and sculptor Manny Castro.