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 →

TUCSON (KVOA) – Theater and music lovers will soon be required to show proof of vaccination when attending a concert after several iconic venues recently announced the implementation of this policy for their patrons. In June, Gov. Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2770, allowing businesses in Arizona to not beRead More →

According to a recent report from Page Six, Broadway actress Laura Osnes was fired from an upcoming theatrical performance after refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19[feminine. Le double nominé pour Tony, âgé de 35 ans, devait apparaître dans une production d’une nuit seulement de Crazy for You dans les HamptonsRead More →

For their individual acting performance project, budding theater artists from Hyderabad University hope to focus on the opportunities rather than the limitations created due to the pandemic Theater Arts students at Hyderabad University have gone through a unique post-COVID-19 learning curve as they turned their personal experiences into theater productions,Read More →

Charlie Chaplin, which was deemed unsuitable for a college theater company production. Photo / Provided A week after enthusiastically announcing Chaplin: The Musical as its spring show, the University of Canterbury Musical Theater Society (MUSOC) canceled the scheduled performance after concerns were raised about its scandalous past. Announcing that TheRead More →

Remember when Toronto came together in a time of disruption, when neighbors spoke to each other for the first time, and we got a whole new perspective on what loneliness and togetherness means? That might describe the last 15 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Torontonians may also recognize theRead More →

For the 2021 Branson show season, the Branson Imax Entertainment Complex hosted several new shows at its Little Opry Theater, including Chris Stanley’s Comedy Magic Hour. During the show, audiences are treated to 60 minutes of everything the title suggests and more, according to artist Chris Stanley. “It’s called ChrisRead More →

Ruben Santiago-Hudson, playwright and “Lackawanna Blues” performer (Photo by Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com) The Manhattan Theater Club has provided an update on its 2021-2022 season. The full cast for all productions will be announced at a later date. Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Tony winner Lackawanna Blues will make its Broadway debut atRead More →

(MCS) – As part of its ongoing 25th anniversary celebration, the Mount Carmel School Drama Club presents its next production, ‘Zero2Hero,’ which will reopen in Hollywood theaters on May 21. A sequel to “Zero to Hero,” released 10 years ago, “Zero2Hero” continues a club tradition of having direct student broadcasts,Read More →

(MCS) – As part of its ongoing 25th anniversary celebration, the Mount Carmel School Drama Club presents its next production, ‘Zero2Hero,’ which will reopen in Hollywood theaters on May 21. A sequel to “Zero to Hero,” released 10 years ago, “Zero2Hero” continues a club tradition of having direct student broadcasts,Read More →

The Manhattan Theater Club announced the addition of seven new members to the company’s board of directors, reflecting MTC’s ongoing efforts to expand and diversify its board of directors. These new members were elected to the MTC Board of Directors within the last twelve months: Mary Baccash, Vice President, InvestmentRead More →

(MCS) – As part of its continued 25th anniversary celebration, the Mount Carmel School Drama Club returns to William Shakespeare with an adaptation of his comedy classic, ‘As You Like It’. While the club has presented 12 Shakespeare productions, including a feature film, the last time the club staged ShakespeareRead More →

Tim van schmidt When I first moved to Fort Collins in 1980, the Aggie Theater was still a movie theater. It was one of those old-fashioned main street theaters with a big marquee, drop-in ticket office, simple snack bar, screen, and popular movies. It would have been hard to believeRead More →

A reopening may be on the horizon, but with venues still dark at the moment, casting directors are encouraging artists to send in video auditions. Here’s a selection of upcoming Equity auditions across America, in chronological order by submission deadline. From auditions to administrative roles, Playbill is the go-to onlineRead More →

Dozens of New York-based theater organizations have received grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, including the National Black Theatre, The Actors Fund, the Manhattan Theater Club, and the Roundabout Theater Company. Several grants included commission-only funds, such as the $10,000 Signature Theater Company grant for BrandenRead More →

Dozens of New York-based theater organizations have received grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, including the National Black Theatre, The Actors Fund, the Manhattan Theater Club, and the Roundabout Theater Company. Several grants included commission-only funds, such as the $10,000 Signature Theater Company grant for BrandenRead More →

The Manhattan Theater Club has announced MTC’s next round of virtual theater offerings that will celebrate both old and new work. As physical stages remain dark across America, the Manhattan Theater Club invites audiences to come together virtually as a community and find connection, inspiration and entertainment through a seriesRead More →

The winners have been announced for the 2020 BroadwayWorld Boise Awards – which were back bigger than ever, celebrating the best in local theater of the past decade! The public submitted the nominees and voted for their favorites. Check out the results below! The 2020 BroadwayWorld Regional Awards are presentedRead More →

Mary Louise-Parker and David Morse in ‘How I Learned to Drive’ at the Vineyard Theater in 1997. (Photo by Carol Rosegg) NEW YORK CITY: The Manhattan Theater Club (MTC) has announced plans for its 2021-22 season, featuring two Broadway and two off-Broadway productions. Two additional productions will be announced atRead More →