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BroadwayHD founders Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley on why they chose to stream Richard Nelson’s iconic The Gabriels trilogy. What made you want to stream The Gabriels trilogy? Bonnie Comley + Stewart F. Lane: The Gabriels is a fantastic production …Read more


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It’s only three days to Election Day and Senator Charles Whitmore’s (Rob Nagle) who is seeking re-election decides it’s time to let his constituents know who he really is when he goes off-script during a speech and talks about his issues with God. Ja …Read more


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Henry Fielding’s The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling caused such a stir in 18th-century England that it was blamed for a natural disaster, its tale of a bastard trying to find happiness above all costs seeming immoral during a time when virtue equa …Read more


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I am an ardent fan of Kneehigh, a magically innovative theater company based in Cornwall, England, having seen their unique productions of Tristan and Yseult and The Wild Bride, both based on ancient archetypal tales, and Brief Encounter, adapted fro …Read more


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It’s hard to forget the 2010 news images of the BP Deepwater Horizon blowout, the pathetically sad marine life gasping for air, daubed in the viscid black oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico for 87 days. Despite BP paying a record-breaking $18 b …Read more


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Everyone knows communication is key when it comes to relationships, but that rarely means everyone knows how to put that theory to practice. That’s certainly the case in Loose Ends, as the silence between the play’s central couple only grows through …Read more


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Last time I spoke to Luzer Twersky he had just starred in Felix and Meira which went on to become Canada’s official submission for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in 2015. Now he’s making his stage debut in the New Yiddish Rep’s production of Sh …Read more


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The current revival of Miss Saigon marks the triumphant return of the hit musical to Broadway, transplanted from a successful West End revival. The beloved show, written by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil, with lyrics by Boublil and Richard …Read more


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“Today, when the foundations of our democracy are under assault, we want to reconsider the promise and peril of radical activism and dissent.” Taking note of the political climate, theater collective the Assembly has remounted their enthralling ensem …Read more


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Mara Lieberman’s new play Beneath the Gavel (from Bated Breath Theatre Company) is an immersive theater experience in which the audience members become bidders in an art auction. When theater-goers arrive, they receive fake cash, bid paddles, and cra …Read more


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In the new musical based on Rick Riordan’s best-selling novel, Percy Jackson discovers that he is the son of Poseidon, the Greek god who rules the sea. Now, with a host of monsters on his trail, Percy must prove his worth by returning Zeus’s stolen l …Read more


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The year is 1893 and theatrical impresario Steele MacKaye (Rocco Sisto) is working on the finishing touches for The Spectatorium, a massive 12,000 seat theater designed for the Chicago World’s Fair. Complete with hundreds of light bulbs, pools and an …Read more


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The grief surrounding a mass shooting affects us all, but none more than the victims’ families. Courtney Baron moves in a new direction with her play When It’s You, which wonders about the people directly impacted by a mass shooting not through the v …Read more


Theater Review

In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, Tennessee Williams’s 1969 one-act (two scene) play, is such a dark, bitter work that it would seem wrong to call seeing it a “rare treat.” But the current production (at the tiny 292 Theatre in the East Village) will be a …Read more


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With electricity came not just practicality, but a whole new way to impress artistically. At least, that’s what Steele MacKaye (Rocco Sisto) thinks. With Hillary (Erik Lochtefeld) as his head electrician, Steele plans to build the Spectatorium, a 12, …Read more


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Despite what he’ll claim later in this interview, people know who Joe Tippett is. He’s the guy who’s been memorably stealing the scene by playing jocks-next-door, sensitive soldiers, and gentle creeps in shows like Airline Highway, Familiar and India …Read more


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Two young men, both named Michael, get to know each other over the course of a rainy Saturday afternoon, as they sit on the carpet discussing the achievements of the Omega Kids, the superheroes that give Noah Mease’s beautiful new play its name. Meas …Read more


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Probably the most important thing to realize about Gino Dilorio’s Sam and Dede, or My Dinner with André the Giant is that it is really quite a lot of fun. This is a great service to the factual characters upon which this play is based. Sam and Dede, …Read more


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Jen Silverman has always had a curiosity about the world around her. The American playwright first became fascinated with storytelling as a child while she traveled to countries all over the world, including France, Sweden, Italy, and New Zealand. At …Read more


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Broadway’s Mike Faist has been a part of the groundbreaking musical Dear Evan Hansen since its inception and has been savoring the journey that has led to Broadway. Making its debut on the Great White Way in December 2016, Dear Evan Hansen, written b …Read more


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On March 10th The New York Pops will celebrate the 90th birthday of Broadway legend John Kander with an evening of songs he created with the late Fred Ebb. In Life is a Cabaret: The Songs of Kander and Ebb, the orchestra led by Steven Reineke will pl …Read more


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Haram! Iran! is an emotional roller coaster well worth the ride. Based on a true story, the play by Jay Paul Deratany depicts the trial and conviction of two teenagers when they make a genuine connection with each other after being assigned as study …Read more


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There are people who wait for the world to give permission to create, and there are some people who create the world. Chelsea Ainsworth, Kyle Netzeband and Adrian Rosas are people who, together with their constantly growing community of artists, crea …Read more


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What happens when tragedy strikes a hitherto perfect life? When the privileged clash with those less fortunate? These are the questions that playwright Bruce Graham asks in his new play White Guy on the Bus, a social commentary now playing at 59E59 T …Read more


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In their second production of The Emperor Jones, the Irish Repertory Theater retains the success of their original interpretation of Eugene O’Neill’s 1915 play. An experimental presentation playing with magic realism, The Emperor Jones tells the haun …Read more


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Judas Iscariot is one of history’s greatest ciphers: no one seems to know what to make of him, and the Biblical portrait of the infamous traitor leaves many questions unanswered. In The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis pro …Read more


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C. S. Lewis is arguably the most important Christian writer of the 20th century. His large number of works include The Chronicles of Narnia, The Great Divorce, and The Screwtape Letters, and his influence on modern Christian thought is incalculable. …Read more


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The Gallery Players’ rendition of Sweet Bird of Youth is all the beautiful raw tragedy at the heart of Tennessee Williams’ works, which is perhaps the greatest gift an audience can get. Under the flawless direction of Jesse Marchese, these actors del …Read more


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Since the era of the Bronte sisters, the moors of England have inspired a literary tradition deeply rooted in their otherworldly nature. The Moors, the tellingly named new play from the Playwrights Realm at the Duke on 42nd, adopts this tradition as …Read more


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In what turned out to be a double-treat at La MaMa on March 2, the Grusomheten Teater company made its North American debut with their production of Henrik Ibsen’s unfinished romantic opera libretto from 1859 called Fjeldfuglen (The Mountain Bird). B …Read more


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