The Ministry of Culture applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of rooms to ensure the safety of the public, artists and workers. Cairo puppet theaterNext to Al-Attaba metro station, Tel 02 2591 0954Rehlat Al-Zaman Al-Gamil (A Journey to the Good Time), a children’s play about children travelingRead More →

21st Century ABBA The Chipping Norton Theater has a busy schedule Outside events taking place throughout this summer, until the end of August, and taking place in some of the most beautiful locations in the Cotswolds. And what a wonderful range of entertainment is on offer, from opera and ShakespeareRead More →

A WIRRAL farm is putting on an outdoor Shakespearean theater performance to raise money for a North West housing and homelessness charity. On Wednesday August 13, touring company The Lord Chamberlain’s Men will present William Shakespeare’s comedy, As you like itat Claremont Farm in Bebington. Funds raised from the sunsetRead More →

Beit Al-Seheimi Al-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865 Upper Egyptian songs on mizmar, tabla and other traditional musical instruments. Every Friday at 7 p.m.: “Al-Aragouz wa Khayal Al-Zel” (The Shadow Puppet), free public clown show in Al-Muaaz Street, presented by Wamda and directed by NabilRead More →

GCU alumni Abbi Cavanaugh (left) and Tarnim Bybee (second from left) were part of the ensemble in “Something Rotten!” at the Phoenix Theatre. (Photo courtesy of Reg Madison Photography/The Phoenix Theater Company) By Cassandra CoriaGCU News Desk Recent performances of “Something Rotten!” at the Phoenix Theater presented the workRead More →

City Theater at ABTT Theater Show 2022 UK – City Theatrical will showcase new technology on stand B48 at the ABTT Theater Show at Alexandra Palace in London from June 22-23, 2022. Live demonstrations by City Theatrical will include the RadioScan spectrum analyzer to create better Multiverse wireless DMX/RDM broadcastsRead More →

WATERLOO — Oliver Treloar is having a “super fun” time playing “Pinocchio” in the opening of the Black Hawk Children’s Theater production on Friday. Treloar, 14, describes the troublesome wooden puppet with the long nose as a “bad boy at the start and by the end he’s completely changed. YouRead More →

*Coming to London this week* Personalities from film, media, theatre, music, fashion, innovation and technology will speak at the Cambridge TheaterComing to the Cambridge Theater on May 30 – Tickets Available Now! Danny Robins will host with Line Up including Micheal Sheen, Ray Panthaki, Tom Odell, Professor Katy Shaw, KarlRead More →

The WESTVILLE Theater Club is proud to welcome two new artists on stage: Dylan Erasmus and Tyler De Dominico. Talented performers will provide audiences with guitar performances culminating from thousands of hours of practice. Dylan Erasmus, a young local classical guitarist, will perform works by Francisco Tarrega, Beethoven and IsaacRead More →

How do you start, when do you start? That’s the question the Boundless team has been asking for the past two years as we develop the newly launched Boundless Drama Club for early career theater makers aged 15-25. We hope our new approach to supporting creative ideas, providing funding, andRead More →

I’ve seen performances of Noel Coward’s iconic comedy a few times, but Bembridge Little Theater Club’s version is definitely the best I’ve seen. Charles Condomine’s decision to hold a seance as the search goes horribly wrong when the spirit of his first wife Elvira is summoned, much to the horrorRead More →

Katy Sullivan and Victor Williams in the off-Broadway production of “Cost of Living” in 2017 (Photo: Joan Marcus) The Manhattan Theater Club has announced four plays for its upcoming 2022-2023 season. Two more Broadway productions and one off-Broadway production are to be announced to round out the MTC season. FullRead More →

Mya Gray, Ella Williams, Iona Kellock and Orla Bayne in Seven Against Edinburgh, directed by Becky Hope-Palmer and Sophie Howell. Photo: Mihaela Bodlovic Today the pioneering efforts of the Edinburgh Seven, the young women who joined forces to demand the right to study medicine in the city, have inspired newRead More →

KELSEY JAMES PERSONAL JOURNALIST TUXEDO After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Stonewall’s Quarry Choristers are preparing for a return to the stage. Tuxedo resident Vhana Moldowan is directing the upcoming production, titled The Housewhich is scheduled for April 28, 29 and 30, as well as MayRead More →

LSU’s Musical Theater Club will present its first musical revue Singeaux on Friday, April 22, after a two-year hiatus related to COVID-19. Back row, left to right, Makayla Ziegler, Natalie Richenberger and Rebecca Chappelle; center, Kate Oliver; and bottom, from left, Camille Vincent, Molly Gaffney and Anna Lantier rehearse aRead More →