Sunday, August 18, 2019

Theatre

Oregon Shakespeare Festival Announces 2018 Season

Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) has announced its 2018 season, featuring 11 productions running in repertory at its 3 performance venues. The Angus Bowmer Theatre season will open with Shakespeare’s Othello (Feb.-Oct. 2018), directed by Rauch. Next...

Matthew Scott Joins the Cast of An American in Paris on Broadway

He's got rhythm! Broadway alum Matthew Scott begins performances in An American in Paris on August 9. He steps in for Brandon Uranowitz in the role of Adam Hochberg; Uranowitz, who earned a Tony...

La Traviata Review – Decadence and Camp Debauchery in a Verdi Partyland

There was a noise in the auditorium when the curtain went up on English National Opera’s new La Traviata: the sound of 4,000 eyebrows being raised simultaneously. Daniel Kramer’s production is his first here since...

Horton Foote’s Home, Bittersweet Home

Two seasoned Foote performers reflect on his 1992 play, ‘The Roads to Home,’ now in a Primary Stages revival. As part of a celebration of what would have been late playwright Horton Foote’s 100th birthday...

High Cs to burn: Netrebko stars in The Met’s new, hot-blooded Tosca

The Metropolitan Opera needed a new production of Tosca: Peter Gelb’s decision in 2009 to get rid of Franco Zeffirelli’s 1985, audience favorite, stunningly hyper-realistic “You-are-in-Rome!” production with the ugly, grimy prostitute-filled Luc Bondy production that...

The Opening Of “Theatrical Time” In Los Angeles!

Los Angeles waited for this event the whole year! The 28th Annual LA STAGE Alliance Ovation Awards will take place on January 29, 2018, with a 7:30pm curtain at The Theatre at Ace Hotel. The ceremony...

Watch Sara Bareilles Make Her Broadway Debut in Waitress

Sara Bareilles is currently making her Broadway debut as the star of her musical Waitress, now playing at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. She took her first bow alongside fellow new cast members Will Swenson and...

6 Theatre Workers You Should Know

From a downtown NYC artistic director to a Philadelphia-based composer, here are some stage folks to keep your eye on. BY AMERICAN THEATRE EDITORS Adrienne Campbell-Holt Adrienne Campbell-HoltProfession: Director Hometowns: Newbury, Vt., and Boston Current home: Brooklyn Known for: As artistic...

This Asheville Theatre Company Mines Classics For Fresh Spins On Race

When Stephanie Hickling Beckman began auditioning for acting roles following her arrival in Asheville, N.C., in 1999, she had many opportunities come her way. Unfortunately, most of the parts offered maids or Civil Rights...

Arena Stage Honors Moisés Kaufman With American Artist Award

The award will be presented at the opening night celebration of the theatre’s production of ‘Carousel.’ Arena Stage will present director and playwright Moisés Kaufman with the American Artist Award. Kaufman will be presented with the...

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