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  • Bruce Springsteen headed to Broadway this fall

    Bruce Springsteen headed to Broadway this fall

    Bruce Springsteen is used to audiences of tens of thousands, but he'll soon be singing to just 975 fans at a time. According to the New York Post, the Boss will set up shop at New York City's Walter Kerr Theatre this fall for an eight-week residency. The intimate setting with allow him to perform...
  • "Hairspray" continues through June 17

    'Hairspray' is an inclusive gem from Auburn Community Players

    "Hairspray" was first a John Waters movie, released in 1988. Later, as a 2003 Broadway and London play, it was seen by tens of thousands over a seven-year run, breaking the West End record for Laurence Olivier Awards. The story works on every level from nostalgia to contemporary race and ethnic...
  • Alanis Morissette’s ‘Jagged Little Pill’ musical set to arrive in spring 2018

    Alanis Morissette’s ‘Jagged Little Pill’ musical set to arrive in spring 2018

    Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill LP remains an iconic piece of work from the alt-rock era, nearly 22-years after its 1995 release. Perhaps that’s why the album has been given the green light to be turned into a full-fledged musical, and is set to debut next spring.   According to The Hollywood...
  • Sonder will present 10 performances at the Studio Loft of the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver this July.  

    Enter 'Sonder': Colorado's brand new immersive dance theatre experience

    No seat assignments, no bad views. No curtains, no stage. The show can't begin until you arrive. This July, the highly-anticipated new production Sonder is inviting attendees of all ages to participate in a multi-sensory performance depicting "the life of a young artist who is standing at the...
  • Britney Spears to end Las Vegas residency Dec. 31, 2017

    Britney Spears to end Las Vegas residency Dec. 31, 2017

    Britney Spears has announced the end of her successful Las Vegas residency at the end of 2017, according to Rolling Stone. Spears has added 18 Piece of Me shows at Planet Hollywood this fall, with the final show scheduled for Dec. 31, 2017, which will be New Years Eve.   The "Piece of Me" show is...
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    The Rent 20th anniversary tour coming to National Theatre in DC

    The Rent 20th Anniversary Tour will be coming back to play where the original touring production made its Washington-area premiere 20 years ago, the National Theatre in DC. The production will run for one week only from June 20 through 25, 2017. In 1996, this original rock musical opened on Broadway...
  • Seattle Rep’s Dry Powder’

    Seattle Rep’s ‘Dry Powder’ provides a fast-paced, hilarious look at modern business

    Seattle Repertory Theatre’s latest offering Dry Powder  by Sarah Burgess gives audiences a look inside the often hidden world of private equity finance.  These are the people who buy and take over companies then turn them into something that is profitable for themselves, often with little concern...
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    Interview with Scott Kettner of Nation Beat

    Nation Beat is a NYC based, internationally renowned American-Brazilian collective that travels around performing their unique mixture of Brazilian maracatu drumming, New Orleans second line rhythms, funk and swamp-rock blues. Now performing at NYC’s Symphony Space, Nation Beat is the first American...
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    HSA Theatre Alliance presents ‘The Trojan Women’

    “The Trojan Women” is a contemporary take on the classic Greek tragedy that opened on February 24 and will run through March 19 at the HAS Theatre at 649 St. Nicholas Avenue NYC. Directed by award-winner Alfred Preisser, the Artistic Director/Chair of the Theatre Department at the Harlem School of...
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    Immediate Media and The Collapsable Hole presents ‘Steve of Tomorrow’

    “Steve of Tomorrow” is a hi-tech apocalyptic comedy, running at The Collapsable Hole from March 16 to April 1, 2017. Co-created by writer/director David Commander and media designer Rob Ramirez, the fifty-minute show is a satire about consumerism, news content, climate change, the future, and human...
  • Luka Kain, left, and Henry Yuk. Mask by Ralph Lee.

    The Talking Band presents ‘The Room Sings’ at La MaMa

    LaMaMa is New York City’s premiere avant garde theater and from March 31 to April 16, 2017, the venue will be hosting The Talking Band’s “The Room Sings.” This play uses several genres to tell the stories of four people whose lives interlock. True to its name, the play features a room in a country...
  • Director and playwright Lisa Moira channeling the Mona Lisa.

    Interview with playwright and theatrical director Lissa Moira

    Playwright and director Lissa Moira has made a career out of adapting and updating theatrical works. Strongly associated with Theater for the New City, Lissa’s most recent play is titled “Grand Theft Musical” and it is based on Robert Sickinger's 1994 play titled "Platinum Taps." “Grand Theft...
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    Interview: Lauded stage and screen actor, Stelio Savante

     Stelio Savante is an American Movie Award winner and a SAG nominee who is now starring in the highly anticipated drama, “Media”, with a premiere date of Feb. 25, 2017, on TV One. Savante will be playing the role of Howard Boston, an imprisoned underworld power broker. Savante can also be seen...
  • Becky Baumwoll in a scene from Broken Box Mime Theater's production of SEE REVERSE at A.R.T/NY's Jeffery and Paula Gural Theater February 17

    Review: 'See Reverse' at Broken Box Mime Theater

    "See Reverse” is theater at its finest. Over the course of 90 minutes, the play features 10 short scenes that were created by Broken Box Mime Theater's resident ensemble of innovative performers. The pieces performed truly embody the full range of what the art of mime is capable of. With only...
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    Interview with writer, actor, director and producer, Carl T. Evans

    Carl T. Evans is a quadruple threat in the entertainment industry as a writer, producer, director and actor. Evans launched his career in the entertainment industry as an actor studying his craft at Adelphi University in New York. He has since amassed an impressive resume involving, theater...
  • Interview with Nic Adams of ‘Real Talk/Kip Talk’

    Interview with Nic Adams of ‘Real Talk/Kip Talk’

    “Real Talk/Kip Talk” is a talk show series that centers on theatrical topics.  On Feb. 25, the show’s second episode will be recorded live at NYC’s Abrons Arts Center at 8 p.m.. The show is the brainchild of media mogul Kippy Winston and it invites audiences to take part in the live—although also...
  • The Rough Draft Festival produces plays by emerging playwrights.

    Rough Draft Theater Festival presents ‘A Window Into New York’

    Rough Draft Festival is an annual theatrical event at LaGuardia Performing Arts that will feature plays by Melis Aker, Scott Barrow, Leila Buck, Kevin Doyle, Joey Merlo, Kyoung Park Directed by Kevin Doyle, Isabelle Kettle, Kelly O’Donnell, Kyoung Park, Benjamin Shaw, Tamilla Woodard, who will...
  • Interview with actor and comedian David Haydn-Jones, aka ‘Mr. Ketch’

    Interview with actor and comedian David Haydn-Jones, aka ‘Mr. Ketch’

    David Haydn-Jones is an actor of both stage and screen. David got his start in theater and sketch comedy—avenues which he still readily performs in—but is currently best known for his portrayal of the sociopathic character known as “Mr. Ketch”, a James-Bond-like figure who appears on the hit...
  • James Kautz is an actor and the Founding Artistic Director of the Amoralists Theatre Company.

    Interview with James Kautz, founder of ‘The Amoralists’ theater troupe

    In February of 2017, The Amoralists, in association with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, announced casting and the design team for their world premiere of Ken Urban’s “Nibbler” which is scheduled to run from February 23 to March 18. The play is set in 1992 and focused on a group of young friends in...
  • Sara Bareilles to begin starring Broadway run singing her own ‘Waitress’ score

    Sara Bareilles to begin starring Broadway run singing her own ‘Waitress’ score

    Sara Bareilles has already become what so many aspiring singer songwriters dream—composer of an everlasting, iconic hit, composer of a Broadway score, and now, she is about to star in the leading role of her own show, “Waitress.” Proclaiming “unabashed delight” in announcing the news on Twitter just...
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