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 →

Courtesy of Will Taylor Kayla Miller, left; Kathleen Kennerly; and Lyndsay Snider, right, rehearse for “Heathers: The Musical” on Legends on March 27, 2022. The Appalachian Musical Theater Club sold out all three performances of their steamy, dark comedy production of “Heathers: The Musical” to Legends over the weekend. AMTCRead More →

Little Feat announces special guests for The Beacon Theater Show: Rosanne Cash, Tommy Emmanuel and more Little Feat has announced the special guests who will accompany them and perform with them at the Beacon Theater on April 12. Stopping the tour is part of their Waiting for Christopher Columbus 45thRead More →

BOONE – The Appalachian Musical Theater Club presents “Heathers: the Musical” at Legends from April 1-3 at 7 p.m. The production, presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals, is entirely directed by students from Appalachian State University. This includes directors, technicians, actors and musicians for a team of around 40 people.Read More →

Immersive Everywhere, in association with Caryn Mandabach Productions and Steven Knight announce that PEAKY BLINDERS: THE RISE, a brand new immersive theater performance, live at The Camden Garrison at Stables Market, Camden, London is now on sale, with performances from Thursday 23rd June 2022. Tickets are available now from: www.immersivepeakyblinders.comRead More →

Rosen Pineapple Theater Club President, Senior Entertainment Management Major Blake Deuell watches rehearsals for “Drowsy Chaperone”, the club’s first-ever musical. Alexandra Sullivan The Rosen Pineapple Theater Club is working from scratch as it rehearses to perform the first-ever musical for the club and for Rosen College of Hospitality Management, AprilRead More →

The Last Quiz Night on Earth will leave traditional venues and head to a series of intimate venues over the next two weeks around Bury, Ramsbottom, Oldham and Irlam. Audiences are immediately immersed in the spectacle – a comedy based on the idea that an asteroid is heading towards earthRead More →

“The Incrementalist,” by Bay Area playwright Cleavon Smith, will premiere at the Aurora Theater on April 15. Credit: Aurora Theater This story is brought to you by Aurora Theater. The latest in Aurora Theater Company’s new works incubator program, “The Incrementalist,” by Cleavon Smith, takes an introspective look at Berkeley’sRead More →

SINGAPORE – Make family time extra special with these ideas and activities. Book: OddSocks Theater Show Tickets Expect more live performances during the March school holidays. Besides those of March The children’s festival at the Esplanade, there’s OddSocks, the original Five Stones Theater production, at the Gateway Theatre’s Black Box.Read More →

What becomes of the Jewish soul stuck between the American dream and the promised land? America is a place of new opportunities, but for Israel’s immigrants and their families, the story is more complicated…and a rich source of dramatic potential. From thunderous stories of culture shock to family heartache acrossRead More →

Do you like musicals? You’re not the only one. And a new campaign from the Official London Theater and the Mayor of London’s ‘Spring into London’ is spreading the feel-good vibes from your favorite shows… Photo: Official London Theatre/Deen van Meer London’s official theater has extended its annual New Year’sRead More →

Bright Lights: Youth Arts Festival is an annual exhibition organized by people aged 13-25 from across Sunderland who co-produce and organize their own cultural events, work with artists and learn new skills. The festival is supported by Sunderland Culture and organized by the Celebrate Different Collective. The exhibition lasts untilRead More →

A DISABLED pensioner has been kicked out of a theater performance without his wheelchair for clapping and singing, his daughter has claimed. Jim Clelland, 75, and his daughter Hazel Robertson attended an afternoon performance of Bat Out of Hell at the Edinburgh Playhouse on February 12. 1 Jim Clelland andRead More →

news, latest news, Illawarra creator Anne-Louise Rentell’s highly anticipated musical theater work is playing this week at Port Kembla Pool. Return of the Sirens is a unique offering for theatergoers, as guests receive wireless headphones to hear the dialogue and music unfold as the sun sets. I attended Monday night’sRead More →

Pictured above, Kattam Katti After its world premiere with two sold-out nights at Sadler’s Wells, Pagrav Dance’s innovative new show Kattam Katti comes to Cambridge Junction. Kattam Katti is a new dance theater performance created by recently BBC Young Dancer choreographer Urja Desai Thakore that transports audiences to Uttarayan, theRead More →