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New block of 'Hamilton' tickets on sale Tuesday

Time to break out those Hamiltons. The next block of "Hamilton" tickets goes on sale next week. Sixteen more weeks of performances at the PrivateBank Theatre, through Jan. 7, 2018, will go on sale 10 a.m. Tuesday, Broadway in Chicago and producer Jeffrey Seller announced Friday. Tickets will be...

The New Pornographers – “This Is The World Of The Theatre

2 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

"This Is The World Of The Theatre" is a pretty classic New Pornographers song title, and now it's an actual New Pornographers song that's out in the world. While lead single "High Ticket Attractions" was a Carl Newman joint, this one finds Neko Case taking over lead vocal duties. It's good, and you can hear…

Wolf Parade at the Imperial Theatre

Vancouver, Feb. 22 2017. Kirk Chantraine photos. The post Wolf Parade at the Imperial Theatre appeared first on The Snipe News.

Maggie Gyllenhaal Supports Brother Jake at 'Sunday' Opening on Broadway!

Maggie Gyllenhaal and her husband Peter Sarsgaard hit the red carpet at the opening night of the musical Sunday in the Park with George on Thursday night (February 23) at the Hudson Theatre in New York City. The actress stepped out to see her brother Jake Gyllenhaal perform in his return to Broadway. Other celebs [...]

Review: Jake Gyllenhaal, Annaleigh Ashford Bring ‘Sunday In The Park’ Revival To Broadway’s Newest Theater

And then there were 41. Broadway’s roster of houses, where stars are born or confirmed, and where theater folks come in hopes of finding Tony glory, expanded by one Thursday night with the re-opening of the Hudson Theatre, recently taken over by the Ambassador Theatre Group, updated and restored to autumnal golden glory. Show More Summary

Oscar Isaac and Keegan-Michael Key to Star in ‘Hamlet’ at the Public Theater This Summer

Oscar Isaac has been set to play Hamlet (in a Sam Gold-directed production of Shakespeare’s story of Danish royal familial atrocities) for a while, after some false starts and the declaration of a move from the Theatre for a New Audience to the Public Theater. Finally, The Public has officially announced the plans for the […]

Review: The Nether (A Red Orchid Theatre)

Director Karen Kessler has shaped a vividly realized world with Jennifer Haley's haunting, futuristic thriller The Nether. The production is at once an escape from the real, and a vivid commentary on it. Recommended. (read Catey Sullivan's entire reivew...)

The Long Shadow of Lynching in 2017

12 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Rich Smith Waning runs through March 1 at Annex Theatre. White audience members are encouraged to bring a friend of color. Annex Theater Seattle playwright, actor, and dancer Kamaria Hallums-Harris didn't know what she was going to write for her senior thesis project at Cornish College of the Arts. Show More Summary

NYT Theatre Critic Comes Under Attack For Contextualizing "Big River" In 2017 America

12 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

That Laura Collins-Hughes chose to think about Big River, and specifically the Black character of Jim, in the context of an America currently “plumbing its own soul over questions of privilege and belonging,” did not please Jack Viertel, the long-serving producer of Encores! In a hyperbolic, vitriolic response, Viertel characterised the review — which he […]

James Franco thriller The Institute reaches theatres and VOD March 3rd

I'm not sure how James Franco finds the time to do all the things he does, but in just a week and a half the actor (who we saw earlier today in the ALIEN: COVENANT prologue) has another movie coming out. It's called THE INSTITUTE, and...Show More Summary

New York twitters over fired Times critic

16 hours agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The one known fact is that Charles Isherwood, the number two theatre critic, was dismissed on February 3 after executives ordered a scan of his emails. No reason has been given for his dismissal. Speculation is rife. Read it here.

Why Did The New York Times Fire Theatre Critic Charles Isherwood?

17 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

New York magazine's Boris Kachka investigates - and while there's no definitive answer yet, the situation ain't pretty.

Philadelphia Theatre Company Gets A New Chief (And New Hope)

19 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

It's been a tough few years for the flagship of Philly's nonprofit theaters: PTC nearly collapsed in 2014 and its new-ish home was foreclosed on the following year. Fortunately, the new producing artistic director, Paige Price, has already turned around Theatre Aspen, where she was performing as an actor in 2007 when suddenly found herself […]

The X-Force Movie May Have A New Writer: Joe Carnahan

There's a lot going on behind the scenes with the X-Men franchise. Logan hits theatres next month. A seventh sequel in the main series is in the works. New Mutants and Deadpool 2 will soon be filming and now there's even an update on X-Force. More »      

Westwood's Regent theatre to close, become restaurants

Westwood Village, once the place where big films opened, is about to be down to just two remaining movie houses.

Pierce The Veil at the Vogue Theatre

Vancouver, Feb. 2o 2017. Pavel Boiko photos. The post Pierce The Veil at the Vogue Theatre appeared first on The Snipe News.

A packed 'Hamilton' matinee — all Chicago Public School students and their teachers

It was no surprise Wednesday that the PrivateBank Theatre had yet another sold-out crowd for "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop homage to our nation's Founding Fathers. What was different was the crowd itself — all students from Chicago Public Schools. About 1,900 Chicago students and their...

The Understated Pop Brilliance of a 5th Avenue Theatre Director

The Understated Pop Brilliance of 5th Avenue Theatre Director Bill Berry by Christopher Frizzelle I t's hard for an audience to detect good directing. Unless you're in the show, the artistry is invisible. An audience doesn't think, "That...Show More Summary

‘Cursed Child’ Playwright’s New Musical Opens This Week

Playwright Jack Thorne, who just this week took home the Best Play Award from What’s On Stage for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, has a new production opening February 24 at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre in London. Junkyard, Thorne’s first musical, was inspired by his own childhood experience, as reported recently by more!

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