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Random Hand Release New Single 'Deadweight' by Michael Major - Sep 21, 2023

Twenty years in, and top of their game, West Yorkshire, Keighley-bred ska punk icons Random Hand are coming in hot with their fifth album! Their bodies may be creaking with grey hairs beginning to show, but the vitality and relevance of their music isn't changing one bit. Plus, check out the upcoming tour dates!

JW3 Announces London's First Ever Jewish Pantomime by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 21, 2023

Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Pig, JW3’s first Jewish Pantomime, opens on Sunday 10 December 2023 – Sunday 7 January 2024.

Guest Blog: Writer Matthew Seager on his Play IN OTHER WORDS and the Power of Music on Those Living with Dementia by Guest Author - Sep 21, 2023

When making a show, If someone asks how long it ‘should’ take, for example, from initial idea to press night, I think I would have absolutely no idea what to say. It would either be a very short or a very long answer and neither would finish with a quantifiable number of days, months or years. 

Regina Klenjoski Dance Company Returns To Los Angeles With West Coast Premiere Of THE GOLDEN APPLE, October 1 by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2023

Regina Klenjoski Dance Company returns to Los Angeles with the West Coast Premiere of 'The Golden Apple' after a long-delayed homecoming.

Dances We Dance Presents 2023 Fall Season, November 1- 4 by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2023

Dances We Dance presents its 2023 Fall Season featuring choreography by Francesca Todesco, Rae Ballard, Jim May, Benjamin Cortés, and Mark Bankin. The season includes a reunion performance by former dance partners Francesca Todesco and Benjamin Cortés. The lineup also includes works by Anna Sokolow and guest choreographer Mark Bankin. The season showcases the evolution of American Modern Dance and pays homage to the legacy of Betty Jones and Fritz Ludin, the founders of Dances We Dance.

Harlem Set To Celebrate The Second Annual Free John Coltrane Jazz Festival by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2023

Get ready to celebrate jazz legend John Coltrane at the second annual Free John Coltrane Jazz Festival in Harlem's Marcus Garvey Park. Enjoy live performances by talented musicians, including Reggie Workman, Najee, and Norman Connors. Join the festivities on September 23 at the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater.

New Horror Play THE GOTHIC HOUR To Debut At The FLEA Theater by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2023

The Gothic Hour, a new horror play, will make its debut at the FLEA Theater in New York City. Previews start on Oct. 6th, with shows running from Oct. 11th-22nd.

Exclusive: SCROOGE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL Soundtrack to Be Released on Vinyl With Luke Evans, Jessie Buckley & More by Michael Major - Sep 20, 2023

The album contains songs that are performed by the actors from the film including Luke Evans, Jessie Buckley, Fra Fee, Trevor Dion Nicholas and more.  Produced by Timeless Films in association with Axis Studios and directed by Stephen Donnelly, Charles Dickens’ ageless legend is reborn in this musical adaptation of the Christmas story.

Cast Set For ANTISEMITISM A (((MUSICAL))) at Camden People's Theatre by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

The cast has been announced for Antisemitism: a (((musical))), an outrageous new musical coming to Camden People’s Theatre this autumn, following an Israeli Jew’s first 24 hours on British soil.  Learn more about who is starring in the show here!

Review: BEETLEJUICE THE MUSICAL at Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis by Jared Fessler - Sep 20, 2023

What did our critic think of BEETLEJUICE THE MUSICAL at Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis? It’s showtime! Based on Tim Burton’s dearly beloved film, this hilarious musical tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager whose whole life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a demon with a thing for stripes.

The Drums Share New Song 'The Flowers' Ahead Of New Album 'Jonny' by Michael Major - Sep 20, 2023

The 16-track album beautifully chronicles lead singer Jonny Pierce’s journey confronting the deep-rooted childhood trauma he experienced growing up in a cult-like religious community in upstate New York, and ultimately coming through the other side to a place of newfound self-understanding and self-love.

Kennedy Kanagawa Joins TIANANMEN Musical in Phoenix by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

 Kennedy Kanagawa and Ellie Wang will play the leading roles in Tiananmen: A New Musical, opening at The Phoenix Theatre Company. Kanagawa will be replacing Zachary Piser who chose not to continue on with the musical for personal reasons. Learn more about the show and how to get tickets here!

MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL Releases New Block of Tickets on Broadway by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

A new block of tickets is now on sale for the Tony Award®-winning Best Musical Moulin Rouge! The Musical for performances through Sunday, September 1, 2024 at Broadway’s Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Find out how to get tickets for the new performances here!

A Tribute to Robbie Robertson Benefiting The Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame Comes to City Winery Boston by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

City Winery Boston will gather together a number of New England’s best folk and rock musicians for A Tribute to Robbie Robertson benefiting The Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF). Learn more about the performance and how to get tickets here!

THE CARNIVAL OF MORE ANIMALS Comes to Palm Beach Symphony Next Month by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

Families will be treated to a symphonic safari through Florida featuring its indigenous animals when Palm Beach Symphony performs “The Carnival of More Animals” as part of the Dale A. McNulty Children’s Series Saturday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. Learn more about the concert and how to get tickets here!

Tickets On Sale Friday For THE WIZ in San Francisco by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

Tickets for the San Francisco engagement of The Wiz will go on sale on Friday, September 22 at 10 a.m. for the four-week engagement performing at BroadwaySF’s Golden Gate Theatre. Learn more about how to get tickets here!

Interview: Laural Meade on MS. TUCKER WILL SEE YOU NOW Celebrating the Life and Bawdy Humor of Sophie Tucker by Shari Barrett - Sep 20, 2023

In her tribute cabaret/theater act, Ms. Tucker Will See You Now, Los Angeles native Laural Meade shares her admiration of Jazz great Sophie Tucker by performing her rollicking songs, bawdy stories, and dirty jokes at the historic Gardenia Supper Club in Hollywood. It’s your chance to travel back to the glory days when such intimate settings were common place, both during and after Prohibition, where regular folks could hang out with Hollywood greats to enjoy an evening of dinner, drinks, music, and laughter in the presence of The Last of the Red Hot Mamas, a moniker Ms. Tucker earned throughout her lifetime.I spoke with Laural about the creation of her Sophie Tucker tribute show.

Ken Ludwig's MORIARTY: A NEW SHERLOCK HOLMES ADVENTURE Opens the Season At Meadow Brook Theatre by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2023

The game's afoot when everyone's favorite detective returns in the Michigan premiere of Ken Ludwig's Moriarty: A New Sherlock Holmes Adventure. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are investigating the Bohemian king's stolen letters.

Pianist Lafayette Gilchrist's 'Undaunted' Out November 3 Via Morphius Records by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2023

Pianist Lafayette Gilchrist's latest album 'Undaunted' is set to release on November 3rd via Morphius Records. Stay tuned for an exciting and powerful musical experience.

Kauffman Center Presents DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD LIVE: KING FOR A DAY, January 2024 by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2023

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts announce Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood LIVE: King for a Day on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2024.

Palm Canyon Theatre Opens Season With A Well-Paced, Charmingly Romantic BRIGADOON by David Green - Sep 19, 2023

Palm Canyon Theatre opened their season last weekend with “Brigadoon”! This magical, classic story by Lerner and Loewe takes us on an unexpected, mystical journey back in time- or so we think. Two New Yorkers: Tommy Albright and Jeff Douglas travel to the Scottish Highlands for vacation. On their trip, they get lost and stumble upon a town seemingly living in the past called Brigadoon. The people of Brigadoon are living hundreds of years ago and they know no such thing as modern life. 

Sisters Act Up And Over The Top In Lively Production of SISTER ACT at Toby's In Columbia by Cybele Pomeroy - Sep 19, 2023

SISTER ACT at Toby's in Columbia is a delightfully energetic show that is woman-driven and relationship-positive. Songwriter Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater (of Disney fame) create numbers specifically for theatrical production of the movie-inspired script. Ear-pleasing harmonies abound in an extravaganza of song, dance and sisterhood.

Interview: Arye Gross Watching BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA & More by Gil Kaan - Sep 19, 2023

The Los Angeles premiere of Anna Ouyang Moench’s Birds of North America opens September 23, 2023, at The Odyssey Theatre (with previews starting September 20th). Peter Richards directs this narrative of a father and daughter relationship with the cast of Arye Gross and Jacqueline Misaye. I got the chance to examine some of Arye’s views on Birds and his eventful theatrical career.

Lilli Cooper, Santino Fontana & Andrea Martin to Perform at TDF Fall Fundraiser by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 19, 2023

TDF will host its first major in-person fundraiser since the pandemic on Wednesday, October 25 at 8 a.m. at City Winery. Learn how to purchase tickets!

Bridgetown Conservatory Unveils 2024 Season Of Musicals Featuring a World Premiere & More by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 19, 2023

Discover the exciting 2024 season of musicals at Bridgetown Conservatory, featuring the world premiere of 'Ludlow Ladd: The Poor Little Orphan Boy' and a lineup of acclaimed shows. Don't miss out on this musical theatre extravaganza!

Interview: LIFE Doesn't SUCK for John Ross Bowie by Gil Kaan - Sep 20, 2023

Aaron Poser’s Life Sucks. will have its Los Angeles premiere, September 30,2023 at The Broadwater Main Stage (with previews beginning September 24th). Barry Heins directs this reimagining of Anton Chekhov's classic play, Uncle Vanya with the cast of: John Ross Bowie, Anne Gee Byrd, Olivia Castanho, Erin Pineda, Lily Rains, Marc Valera and Steve Vinovich. John found time out of his not sucky life to answer a few of my queries.

Seth Glier Releases New Single 'Finally Home' by Michael Major - Sep 19, 2023

Seth Glier, the GRAMMY-nominated and five-time Independent Music Award winning singer-songwriter who also serves as a Cultural Diplomat for the US State Department has released “Finally Home” ft. Crys Matthews, a celebration of regenerative farming with driving doo-wop vocal harmony. 

Repertorio Español Adds Three New Productions to Repertorio On-Demand Streaming Platform by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 19, 2023

Repertorio Español announces the launch of three new productions available for streaming on Repertorio On-Demand. Explore Spanish Golden Age plays directed by young directors from The Van Lier Young Latinx Director's Fellowship. Watch now on

I AM STEVEN GERRARD Will Receive Full Production at The Hope Street Theatre in January 2024 by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2023

Following its highly praised win as part of the inaugural new writing competition What Happens Next? in January this year, Sean McLoughlin's debut play I Am Steven Gerrard will as part of its prize package receive its first full production at The Hope Street Theatre in January 2024. Learn more about the show here!

Central Works 2023 Season Concludes With THE ENGINE OF OUR DISRUPTION by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2023

Central Works 2023 Season concludes with the comedy THE ENGINE OF OUR DISRUPTION, written by the award-winning playwright in residence Patricia Milton. Learn more about the production and how to get tickets here!

Ivo Dimchev's IN HELL WITH JESUS / TOP 40 Comes to La MaMa This Fall by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2023

 Internationally renowned performance artist Ivo Dimchev, known for his radically imaginative performances, brings his latest work, In Hell with Jesus / Top 40, to La MaMa this fall. Learn more about the show and how to get tickets here!

THE VELVETEEN RABBIT Returns to ODC/Dance in December by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2023

ODC/Dance returns to the stage in The Velveteen Rabbit, December 2 – 17. Learn more about the performance and how to get tickets here!

Interview: Lyndsay Burch of the B Street Theatre Talks About Keeping Theatre Alive With Humor by Courtney Symes - Sep 19, 2023

For over 25 years, the B Street Theatre has been a visionary leader in the community, championing new artists and works while bringing quality professional theatre to Sacramento. Amid theatres across the country shutting down, B Street continues going strong. They recently announced their 2024 season, which features several new works. Three of them hail from B Street’s own New Comedies Festival, including its winning entry, The Newlywed Game. BroadwayWorld recently spoke with B Street’s Artistic Director, Lyndsay Burch, about what makes this theatre so special, how they navigate a changing theatre landscape, and why humor rules.

World Premiere Of GRIEF AT HIGH TIDE Announced At Vivid Stage by A.A. Cristi - Sep 18, 2023

Experience the world premiere of 'Grief at High Tide' at Vivid Stage. Don't miss this captivating new production exploring the depths of loss and healing.

Interview: 'It's Really Bizarre But So Amazing': Actor David Kristopher-Brown on Returning to THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA after 16 Years by Kat Mokrynski - Sep 21, 2023

BroadwayWorld recently had the chance to speak with David Kristopher Brown, who returns to play Piangi sixteen years after he was in the ensemble in the very same theatre. We discussed coming back to His Majesty’s Theatre, some of his favourite scenes in the show, and even how Phantom of the Opera and High School Musical may be more similar than you think!

International LGBTQ+ Pop Artist Barak Releases New Single 'Mood' by Michael Major - Sep 18, 2023

Inspired by the likes of icons Lady Gaga, Anastasia and Elton John BARAK’s musical style seamlessly combines dance, pop and a multitude of electronic elements to create an unforgettable international sound that has been captivating audiences across Europe. With an overwhelmingly large following within the LGBTQ+ community.

CROCE PLAYS CROCE 50th Anniversary Tour Comes to The VETS in February by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2023

Croce Plays Croce 50th Anniversary Tour is coming to The VETS on February 17. Don't miss this special performance celebrating the iconic music of Jim Croce. Learn more about the show and find out how to get tickets here!

Review: Jason Robert Brown's Subliminal Masterpiece THE LAST FIVE YEARS OPENS at Richey Suncoast Theatre by Drew Eberhard - Sep 18, 2023

The Last Five Years is a musical by Jason Robert Brown that received its premiere at Chicago’s Northlight Theatre in 2001, late in 2002 it was produced off-Broadway. Since its premiere, the musical has spawned numerous productions across the United States, and overseas, and even received treatment as a film adaptation.

Broadway Buying Guide: September 18, 2023 by Team BWW - Sep 18, 2023

Looking for the best deals on Broadway shows? Welcome to our new weekly guide to the most popular shows listed on BroadwayWorld. Check out which shows are selling this week, September 18, 2023.

Rose Bruford College Reveals and Celebrates This Year's Fellows and Honorary Fellows by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2023

Rose Bruford College has announced this year’s Fellows and Honorary Fellows including renowned actors Toby Jones and Sam Palladio, all of whom were celebrated at the 2023 graduation ceremonies. Learn more about the fellows here!

Inside Broadway Partners With Nearly 50 Public Schools Across New York City as Part of NYC's Cultural After-School Adventures Program by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2023

With New York City public school students going back to school, Inside Broadway will launch their signature annual “Build A Musical” student residency program, in partnership with NYC's Cultural After-School Adventures Program. Learn more about the program here!

Bonnie Milligan, Jeannette Bayardelle, Carolee Carmello, and More Join Abingdon Theatre Company's 31st Anniversary Gala by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2023

Abingdon Theatre Company has  announced the performers joining the celebration to honor Tony & Obie Award winner V (formerly Eve Ensler) and Obie Award winner & Tony Award nominee Mary Beth Peil at their 31st Anniversary Gala. Learn more about the gala here!

Ghostlight Players Perform DOUBT: A Parable This Month by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2023

The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play, Doubt: A Parable, kicks off Ghostlight Players 2023-2024 Season. Learn more about the play and how to purchase tickets here!

Meet the Queens of DRAG RACE ITALIA Season Three by Michael Major - Sep 18, 2023

The show also debuted the brand new soundtrack for the series featuring previously unreleased song, “The Queens” by Paola Iezzi who, together with Paolo Camilli, Chiara Francini and Drag Queen Priscilla make up the judging panel for this season. The song was written by Paola Iezzi and Johannes Willinder.

Ticket For MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL at PPAC Go on Sale This Week by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2023

MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL goes on sale at PPAC on September 21, 2023. Learn more about the musical and how to get tickets here!

The Adobe Theater to Present THE HOLLOW Opening Next Month by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 17, 2023

The Adobe Theater presents THE HOLLOW, a murder mystery play by Agatha Christie. Follow the tangled web of romantic relationships that leads to murder at The Hollow. Performances from October 13 to November 5, 2023. For more information and tickets, visit

Interview: Marissa Chibás, Clayton Cardenas, and Bobby Soto of CLOUD TECTONICS at Inner City Arts by Andrew Child - Sep 17, 2023

Director Marissa Chibás encountered Jose Rivera’s Cloud Tectonics when it “first came into the world” 28 years ago, but feels the story about an apocalyptic storm is startlingly prescient for contemporary LA audiences. “The play is about mystery and magic,” she surmises, “how we miss the little moments in life that are actually the big moments.”

Interview: 'We're Complicit in This World of Capitalism': Actor Gabrielle Brooks on Multi-Roling, Gender Stereotypes and the Powerful Message of MLIMA'S TALE by Kat Mokrynski - Sep 18, 2023

Gabrielle Brooks, along with other roles, plays Githinji, the Chief of Police. BroadwayWorld discussed with Gabrielle what it is like to be playing multiple roles with a small ensemble, what she hopes audiences take away from the show, and what she has learned during her time researching for the role.

Camille Diamond Will Make Solo Show Debut At Don't Tell Mama With OVER THE MOON….ON PLUTO TRANSIT by Stephen Mosher - Sep 18, 2023

Recent Mama’s Next Big Act Semi-Finalist and 2019 Tomatoes Got Talent Finalist Camille Diamond is proud to present her Cabaret Debut Over The Moon… on Pluto Transit.


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