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Second Stage Theatre

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307 West 43rd Street (at 8th Avenue)
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 7, 2021
Berkeley Repertory Theatre today announced casting for its production of Wintertime by Charles L. Mee, directed by Berkeley Rep's former Associate Artistic Director Les Waters.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2021
Seattle producers Verlaine & McCann today announced that tickets are on sale for the long-awaited return of their glamorous wintertime tradition, Land of the Sweets: The Burlesque Nutcracker.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 17, 2020
Berkeley Rep's Artistic Director Johanna Pfaelzer today announced three additional virtual projects for the fall. The season, titled Rep On-Air, will include collaborations with Tony Award nominee Raúl Esparza (Company, Speed-the-Plow, and Taboo), celebrated New Yorker cartoon artist Tom Toro, Pulitzer Finalist Eisa Davis, and Bay Area favorite Hershey Felder.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 22, 2021
CLUB44 RECORDS has announced that Voctave, the acclaimed a capella group known for their soaring harmonies and intricate arrangements, has released the new holiday album The Spirit of the Season: Deluxe Edition in digital, streaming and CD formats today, Friday, October 22.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 12, 2021
CLUB44 RECORDS has announced that Voctave, the acclaimed a capella group known for their soaring harmonies and intricate arrangements, will release the new holiday album The Spirit of the Season: Deluxe Edition in digital, streaming and CD formats on Friday, October 22. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 1, 2021
The House Theatre of Chicago will launch its 20th Anniversary Season with an all-new wintertime tradition, a boldly reimagined staging of Hans Christian Anderson’s beloved fable, The Snow Queen, November 17-January 2 at Chopin Theatre, 1543 W. Division St., Chicago.
by Gil Kaan - Nov 9, 2019
Antaeus Theatre Company's stunning world premiere of Jennifer Maisel's EIGHT NIGHTS vividly details the life of Holocaust survivor Rebecca Blum from the day she arrives to New York City at age 19, through significant life milestones, to becoming a great-grandmother at age 86. And all this accomplished rather smoothly with increasing intensity and gravitas in less than two hours without an intermission! Developed in Antaeus Playwrights Lab, the play's title EIGHT NIGHTS, I believe, refers to the eight individual nights/scenes during Chanukah over a period of 67 years, spanning four generations. Or, more literally, the eight-day, Jewish wintertime festival of lights.
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 8, 2021
The holiday season is going into full swing with Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, December festivities, and New Year 2022 celebrations.  Plan gift giving and stock your home wine rack and bar cart with these special selections of spirits and California wines.  Time to shop! Beautifully bottled and accessible, these delightful choices are sure to please.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 6, 2020
Today's top stories: could The Masked Singer's mushroom be from Hamilton? Plus, Kristen Bell and Jonathan Groff reunite for a musical film, and more!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 6, 2019
Today's top stories: Jagged Little Pill announces lottery and rush policies, and more!
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 24, 2020
The holidays are upon us, and selecting a wine for gifting, sharing or entertaining can be a challenge. People in the know choose wines that are uniquely positioned to please while still being very affordable.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 20, 2019
Theatre Aspen (Jed Bernstein, Producing Director) announced today that for the first time ever, the popular Theatre Aspen Cabaret Series will return this winter with a very special Holiday edition, perfect for families, for four public performances only, December 15 a?" 19, 2019.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 2, 2021
Grammy-winning conductor Michael Christie announces his 2021-22 season with audience-building initiatives and a kaleidoscopic array of musical masterworks. Christie is a thoughtfully innovative conductor, equally at home in the symphonic and opera worlds, who is focused on making the audience experience at his performances entertaining, enlightening, and enriching.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 2, 2021
Chicago theatres will present a wide variety of festive plays, musicals, dance, and comedy offerings this Holiday season. In support, the League of Chicago Theatres will create a comprehensive Holiday Theatre Guide that will be available for distribution beginning in mid-November.
by Steve Murray - Nov 19, 2021
Who doesn't enjoy a good farce? The genre's been around since recorded history, and playwright Charles L. Mee is a whiz at incorporating his influences throughout Wintertime, his comedy of the heart that sparkles with wit, charm and superb ensemble acting opening Berkeley Rep's first in-person performance in twenty long, long months.
by Abigail Charpentier - Nov 19, 2019
Out Friday, Winter/Time is the second solo album by Brooklyn's Amy Klein. Today, you can listen to 'White Wind,' which unspools from a solitary and stripped down folk song into a spacious wall of sound. Klein has also announced an East Coast mini-tour, which kicks off Thursday in Northampton. Find the complete itinerary below. 
by - Nov 16, 2021
Today's top stories: a documentary of the Spring Awakening reunion concert will be released by HBO in 2022. Plus, Alan Toy has been cast as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in NBC’s 'Annie Live!', all new West Side Story trailer, Company's Tiny Desk (Home) concert, first look at Assassins off-Broadway, and more!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 14, 2019
Hudson's own Bindlestiff Family Cirkus continues its wintertime tradition of hosting a monthly cabaret in winter 2020, featuring a variety of circus, theater, comedy and musical entertainers, at Club Helsinki Hudson with four shows: its adult-oriented cabaret kicking off at 9pm on Saturday, January 18; continuing on Saturday, February 22; and again on Saturday, March 21; plus a Sunday matinee show on March 22 at 3pm geared to the entire family.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 13, 2020
Limited tickets are on sale for the 10th annual Garden Lights, Holiday Nights presented by Invesco QQQ, Atlanta's favorite seasonal tradition.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 13, 2019
The Cleveland Orchestra's annual Christmas Concerts are a local tradition, and Severance Hall is a dazzling wintertime destination for families and friends across Northeast Ohio. On Friday, December 13, this year's series of a dozen concerts conducted by Richard Kaufman begins amidst the holiday splendor of Severance Hall, featuring The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, Cleveland Orchestra Children's Chorus, Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus Chamber Ensemble, Blossom Festival Chorus, and three guest choruses a?" Wooster Chorus from The College of Wooster, Cleveland State University Chorale, and Ursuline College Choir.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 11, 2021
Berkeley Rep today announced The Giving Grove Project, a new values-based holiday initiative spurred by the Theatre's desire to be in greater service to the community. Collaborating with seven Bay Area nonprofit organizations that provide food and housing, immigration support, and youth development, Berkeley Rep is inviting its audiences to join in supporting these impactful organizations that are addressing systemic inequities in our local community. 
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 11, 2019
Have your jingle bells at the ready! Dashing through the palm trees and into the most wonderful time of the year comes Central Florida Community Arts (CFCArts), proud to bring another holiday spectacular to the Central Florida community with 'Tis the Season! A Holiday Extravaganza. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 28, 2020
Berkeley Repertory Theatre today revealed all seven productions for the 2021 subscription season. The shows announced include the West Coast premiere and season opener Sanctuary City by Martyna Majok; the world premiere musical Goddess by Saheem Ali; the world premiere musical Swept Away and more.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 31, 2022
Berkeley Repertory Theatre today announced the critically acclaimed play Dana H. written by Lucas Hnath and directed by Les Waters will run Friday, June 3–Sunday, July 10, 2022.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 24, 2021
The first day of spring has arrived. Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music student pianist Harrison Sheckler has celebrated with the release of 'Spring in Iowa' featuring Unheard of Ensemble.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 1, 2021
Other highlights include the expansive build of “Higher Ground” (haunting guitars underscoring the viewpoint of an elderly man seeing his homeland disappear), the soul-inspired 'Wintertime,” (layers of history, race, and music), the cello-driven “Unseen Undetected.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2021
Berkeley Rep’s leadership announced today that after being closed for a year and a half, the Tony Award-winning theatre will reopen for live performances on Friday, October 1. The 2021-22 subscription season kicks off with a Berkeley Rep commission, Christina Anderson’s the ripple, the wave that carried me home, directed by Miranda Haymon. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 14, 2022
Berkeley Rep today announced a special event with the 2022 Tony Award-nominated director, Les Waters (Dana H).  Waters, Berkeley Rep’s Associate Artistic Director from 2003-2011, will appear in person in the Roda Theatre on Monday, June 27 at 8pm to discuss his new book, The Theatre of Les Waters: More Like the Weather.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 9, 2020
Helsinki Hudson has announced its upcoming events. Check out the lineup!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 4, 2021
Pianist Shai Wosner, “a Schubertian of unfaltering authority and character” (Gramophone), takes the tradition of the Schubertiade online, curating a four-concert virtual chamber music series that launches with Parts I and II presented by Peoples' Symphony Concerts the weekend of Schubert's birthday—Saturday, January 30 at 7:30 p.m. ET and Sunday, January 31 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 15, 2020
See What's happening in the week ahead at Club Helsinki Hudson!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 12, 2022
Following a four-week workshop production last September, legendary performance artist John Fleck's latest work will get a full, world premiere production in 2022. it's alive, IT'S ALIVE, an outrageous musical satire that reflects on our national panic in the face of the pandemic, opens at the Odyssey Theatre on February 19, with performances continuing through March 20.
by Gil Kaan - Feb 6, 2020
The much lauded and much admired Broadway leading lady Christine Ebersole will be bringing AN EVENING WITH CHRISTINE EBERSOLE for one night only at The Wallis February 28, 2020. Winner of two Tony Awards (42nd STREET and GREY GARDENS), Christine, in between her many theatrical engagements (and present television gig), ventures out in cabaret settings as her effervescent self, showcasing her gorgeous vocals and charming wit. In a delightful phone conversation, Christine answered my questions with sharp quips as only a seasoned comedienne would. (She was a Saturday Night Live cast member, after all!) Lots of laughing between us!
by Student Blogger: Blake Velick - Feb 19, 2021
Since the end of my freshman year, I have been on the board of Quadramics Theatre Company which is known for its student directed fall play and spring musical. Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with Anika Dalvie, a senior studying Psychology, who is the Chair of Quadramics.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 19, 2020
The UC San Diego Department Of Theatre And Dance Presents ORESTES 2.0 by Charles L. Mee and directed by Joseph Hendel.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 15, 2021
Eager to continue its mission of bringing music to young audiences and to find new ways to reach them, JM Canada launched this fall their Digital Ballads, aimed at children and their teachers. A necessary transition and a great challenge, as the performing arts have been at a standstill for several months now.
by Ron Bierman - Feb 10, 2022
'I'm just Reggie from Atlanta' baritone Reginald Smith, Jr. explained during our hour-long discussion on Zoom. That may be how he would like to view himself, but it's hardly how most others do since he's also a Grammy winning opera star who's performed at the Met. Until high school, neither opera, much less the Met were in his plans. Then when 13 he saw an Atlanta Opera production of Tosca. 'A classical voice was not new to me.' But the spectacle of unamplified voices together with theatrical staging, an orchestra, and eye-catching scenery was a revelation. 'I vividly remember the show going along, the tenor comes out, the soprano. But when Scarpia made his first big entrance, I thought Whoa, that's a different voice. It just went, boom, you know, like, like an arrow right into my heart. And I thought, what is this person?'
by Jim Munson - Dec 7, 2020
If you've attended theater in the Bay Area with any degree of regularity over the past few decades, chances are you've seen actress Lorri Holt - a lot! Since the 1980's, Holt has become a veritable local treasure, performing with theater companies large and small across the Bay Area, creating roles in scores of new plays along the way. Among many career highlights, she was part of the fabled Eureka Theatre Company that commissioned Tony Kushner to write Angels in America where Holt originated the role of Harper Pitt. Holt's latest performance, in Who Killed Sylvia Plath? by award-winning playwright Lynne Kaufman, is enjoying a virtual return engagement on MarshStream November 28th and 29th after winning the award for Best Full Length at the recent MarshStream International Solo Fest. The play had premiered at The Marsh in 2019 before being adapted into a virtual offering for Solo Fest. For further details on the livestream, visit the MarshStream website. BroadwayWorld speaks with Holt from her home in Nevada City, California where she relocated just prior to the Covid pandemic.
by Team BWW - Dec 6, 2021
As Stephen Sondheim wrote and Ethel Merman famously sang in the inaugural production of Gypsy: Everything’s coming up roses. This Christmas season, is making sure that’s true, with gorgeous floral arrangements—and much more. These are some of the top picks of the wide selection offered by the Official Florist of BroadwayWorld.
by Evan Henerson - Dec 5, 2021
Charles L. Mee’s rumination on the foibles of love and the love of foibles is enjoying a gloriously self-indulgent revival at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s Roda Theatre through December 19. The Les Waters-directed production is every inch an old home week occasion at Berkeley Rep, featuring longtime company members James Carpenter, Sharon Lockwood and Lori Holt.
by Sean Fallon - Dec 5, 2021
On Saturday, December 4th, at 12:00 P.M., I had the pleasure of seeing yet another Phill Hill written masterpiece, THE SANTA STORY, at Downtown Cabaret Theatre, in Bridgeport, CT.   Phill Hill has incredible writing talent in putting new spins on traditional children’s tales, while his creative genius particularly shines on shows like this that contain original storylines.  Directed by Frank Root and choreographed by Cassie Carroll, this talented cast of five performs a comedy with a family friendly vibe for the younger audience members, while simultaneously keeping an adult audience entertained through one-liners, familiar cultural references, and clean double entendres. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 4, 2019
Winnifred Coombe's earthly guests this month include 'Space Prince' JULIO TORRES, star of HBO's LOS ESPOOKYS and MY FAVORITE SHAPES and SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE writer, and writer CLIFF TAYLOR, author of STANDING ROCK STORIES, enrolled member of The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and great-great-great grandson of Standing Bear. Plus, laughs, rousing games, solstice song sing-alongs and more!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 3, 2019
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK star DALE SOULES guest stars in the highly-anticipated Season 3 of the phenomenally successful THE MARVELOUS MRS MAISEL which begins streaming Friday, December 6 on Amazon Prime Video. Soules plays Margaret, the unflappable secretary to Angie, boss at the Phoenician Hotel.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 26, 2019
The Week Ahead at Club Helsinki Hudson will include The Suitcase Junket, Carsie Blanton, The Felice Brothers & Tommy Stinson and more!
by Taylor Clemons - Dec 2, 2019
Broadway legend Carolee Carmello took a break from life in Yonkers to talk to me about Hello, Dolly!, life on tour, and so much more.
by - Dec 17, 2021
Further shows cancelled performances this week due to COVID-19, including Tina, Hamilton, Moulin Rouge!, Mrs. Doubtfire, MJ, and more. In positive news, Moulin Rouge! is getting a new Harold Zidler beginning in January. The show will welcome Eric Anderson in the role of the club impresario beginning Tuesday, January 18, 2022
by Stephi Wild - Dec 16, 2021
NYC & Company today announced details of NYC Winter Outing, presented by preferred payment partner Mastercard, running from January 18 through February 13, 2022, offering visitors and locals an opportunity to enjoy vibrant wintertime experiences at an attractive price point across hotels, dining, Broadway, museums, cultural institutions, attractions, performing arts and tours.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 25, 2020
Tickets go on sale October 1 for the 10th annual Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, Atlanta's favorite seasonal tradition.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 17, 2021
We're deconstructing again. Odyssey Theatre Ensemble presents an entertaining and provoking musical cabaret-style special event, conceived and performed by legendary performance artist John Fleck (Blacktop Highway, Mad Women, NEA Four).
by Stephi Wild - Aug 12, 2021
Originally, the 2021/22 season was scheduled to begin on October 1, 2021 with the world premiere of the ripple, the wave that carried me home, written by Christina Anderson and directed by Miranda Haymon. That production will now be the final show of the 2021/22 season, beginning performances on September 9, 2022.