Gabriel Byrne returns to Dublin tonight for the world premiere of Walking with Ghosts at the Gaiety Theatre. The show is adapted from the actor’s bestselling book of the same name and directed by Emmy-winning director Lonny Price. Walking with Ghosts will play for 12 performances only from tonight, ThursdayRead More →

MONIQUE FORD/Stuff Combining animation, immersive scenography, physical theater and original music, “Paper Jam” merges fantasy and reality in a wacky exploration of imaginary friends. The first production from a young Wellington theater company changes the way we do theater – sustainable sets, tactile tours and audio descriptions as the norm.Read More →

Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, conducted by Abdel-Rahman Al-Shafaai, performs Upper Egyptian dances and songs on mizmar, tabla and other traditional musical instruments.Every Friday at 7 p.m.: “Al-Aragouz wa Khayal Al-Zel” (TheRead More →

The curtains are rising on a new semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato, and with it, a new lineup of shows from the school’s drama department. With a few shows including “Tartuffe”, “12 Angry Jurors” and “The Sound of Music”, dazzling performances are sure to embellish the stage. The overallRead More →

The show celebrating Sharjah’s rich history will be performed at the Al Majaz Amphitheater on January 25, 26, 28 and 29. An immersive and experiential theatrical spectacle combining poetry and storytelling, ancient and contemporary music and breathtaking visuals is set to captivate music and art lovers in the United ArabRead More →

Multinational mobile telecommunications company, MTN, has said it wants to facilitate the revival of the once vibrant performing arts space, music growth and talent development in Nigeria. Since its inception in 2004, the MTN Foundation as a brand has been committed to empowering young Nigerians through the MTN Project Fame,Read More →

The Experimental Theater Club competition is a new initiative launched within the framework of the 28th edition of the Cairo International Festival of Experimental Theater (CIFET). Led by the president of the Gamal Yakout festival, the initiative aims to shed light on experimental theatrical practices outside Cairo. The competition includesRead More →

Breadcrumb Links local arts Publication date : December 03, 2021 • December 21, 2021 • 4 minute read • Join the conversation The Grand Theater’s holiday home is unlike the heartwarming, emotion-filled holiday spectacles audiences have seen in previous seasons, writes critic Joe Belanger. On the contrary, the original productionRead More →

On November 20, Y&T performed the second of two shows at the Mystic Theater in Petaluma, California. A fan-shot video is available below. The setlist for the evening was as follows: “Hang ‘Em High”“Lucy”“Lipstick and Leather”“A Stranger’s Eyes”“Midnight in Tokyo”“Medium Series”“I’ll Keep Believing (Do You Know)”” Hit ““A wind ofRead More →

The Manhattan Theater Club world premiere of Morning Sun, written by Tony Award winner Simon Stephens, directed by Drama Desk Award winner Lila Neugebauer, opened last night, Wednesday, November 3, at New York City Center – Stage I ( 131 West 55th Street). Blair Brown (Copenhagen, “Orange Is the NewRead More →

CALUMET, Mich. (WLUC) — Joe Nichols’ show at the Calumet Theater has been canceled. A press release from theater officials said the Joe Nichols show was canceled, in quotes, due to circumstances beyond their control. “We really want to get to Calumet,” said the Nichols Tour. “We’ll play the pipeRead More →

What: Encore Theater of Independence, presents “Let Him Sleep ‘Til It’s Time for His Funeral”, a comedy by Peg Kehret, directed by Michael Daniels and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service) Or: Powerhouse Theater at the Sermon Center, 201 N. Dodgion St. (corner of Noland and Truman Roads)Read More →

READ THE REVIEW VALDOSTA – Some pieces, the public expects a “performance”. Something where the actors blunt dramatically, express themselves theatrically, where the actors’ voices, movements, motives are larger than life. They have to “project” – proh-JECT – to be heard, for the language to be understood, for the dialogueRead More →

Tony winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson returned to the main stem with his one-man Broadway show debut, Lackawanna Blues, September 14. To commemorate the occasion, the Manhattan Theater Club held a dedication ceremony at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater, officially welcoming audiences back to the theater. Written, performed and directed by Santiago-Hudson,Read More →

Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) have announced that tickets are now on sale for the Manhattan Theater Club world premiere of Morning Sun, written by Tony Award winner Simon Stephens, directed by the Drama winner Desk Award Lila Neugebauer, and featuring Tony Award winner Blair Brown,Read More →

Throughout next week, families will be able to enjoy a variety of free outdoor theater activities in the heart of Leicester Square, as part of the popular Kids Week audience development programme. From workshops on magic and choreography to singing and storytelling, some of London’s best shows give theatre-loving familiesRead More →

With the shift from online school to in-person school, the Verrado Drama Club is restarting! They will meet on Tuesdays in the black box (E-Wing) from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. According to Riley Wade, co-chairman of the club, “Last year the theater was heavily affected by Covid-19. With theRead More →