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Theater: Glorious "Spring," Sugar "Daddy," Stingy Stein

SPRING AWAKENING (2015) 1/2 out of DADDY LONG LEGS out of REREAD ANOTHER out of SPRING AWAKENING (2015) 1/2 out of BROOKS ATKINSON THEATRE When Deaf Theatre West came to Broadway in 2003 with its acclaimed revival of Big River, I was bummed not to get a chance to see it. Show More Summary

Newspaper Account Of The Real ‘The Walk’ Recovered: Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Character, Philippe Petit, As Seen In 1974 [PHOTOS]

The movie The Walk is now in theatres and millions of people are attesting to how good, how literally nauseating, and how inspired The Walk was. But who is the real man who did the real The Walk? How did he manage to do “the walk” and why? French high-wire walker Philippe Petit was the... Show More Summary

Rickshaw rides in an aviation age

Watching avant-garde theatre in South Korea. A little confounding. A little boring. And yet, exhilarating. The Asia Cultural Center Theater in Gwangju, South Korea, was inaugurated recently, with a three-week-long festival from September 4 to 21. Show More Summary

Pelleas et Melisande from English Touring Opera

Susannah Hurrell - photo credit Richard Hubert Smith Debussy Pelleas et Melisande; Susannah Hurrell, Jonathan McGovern, Stephan Loges, dir: James Conway, cond: Jonathan Berman; English Touring Opera at the Britten Theatre Reviewed by...Show More Summary

Review: Feathers and Teeth (Goodman Theatre)

With Feathers and Teeth, we get an enervatingly familiar look at family dysfunction disguised as demonology, a quirkfest that dumbs an audience down as they realize how little’s at stake. (read Lawrence Bommer's entire review...)

Sacred Heart Students Stage Heads on Theatre Row

Leveraging his experience as a Tony-nominated producer, Jerry Goehring - who is also Director of Performing Arts at Sacred Heart University - has devised what he believes is a theatre major like no other. With the goal of providing undergraduates...Show More Summary

Keira Knightley's Broadway Debut Interrupted By Flower-Tossing Marriage Proposal

Keira Knightley made her Broadway debut as the title character in the play Therese Raquin last night at the Studio 54 Theatre. Unfortunately, it wasn't without some minor hiccups—soon after the curtain rose, a man apparently started yelling about Christ and tried to propose to her. Show More Summary

France’s Fifth Annual Marseille Web Fest Will Take Place On October 9 And 10

The Marseille Web Fest is back for a fifth year of celebrating digital productions. The France-based web series festival, the biggest international event of its kind in Europe, will take place on October 9 and 10 at the Théâtre de la...Show More Summary

Review: The Martian

Matt Damon and the whole world take on the Martian elements. mpaa rating:PG-13 (For some strong language, injury images, and brief nudity.) Genre:Action, Science Fiction Theatre Release:October 02, 2015 by Twentieth Century Fox FallShow More Summary

Opening Night! A Review of Listening Glass by Seattle Immersive Theatre

Randall Scott Carpenter played a schizophrenic Iraq war veteran who broke my heart and occasionally SCARED THE HOLY SHIT OUT OF ME last night. Seattle Immersive Theatre One of the more psychologically thrilling things out there thisShow More Summary

Keira Knightley’s Broadway Debut Went Smoothly — Except When it Was Stopped by a Screaming, Proposing, Bouquet-Hurling Fan

For most theatre actors, opening night jitters usually come from the fear that blocking or lines will be mistaken, that chemistry will seem underdeveloped, or that, immediately following, critics will run their performance into the ground. …Read More

Change in plans at Chicago Children's Theatre

Ralph Covert will replace Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s “Goodnight Moon and the Runaway Bunny” this weekend at Chicago Children’s Theatre due to travel delays. Covert, co-author of “The Hundred Dresses,” will perform his rock and roll concert “Ralph’s World Rocks and Reads!” The show features...

Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban Make the Perfect Couple!

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban hold hands while making their way out of the Noel Coward Theatre on Thursday (October 1) in London, England. The 48-year-old actress was supported by Keith, 47, at a performance of her play Photograph 51. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Nicole Kidman Nicole recently opened up to DuJour [...]

The Woman Who Made James Dean a Star

Sixty years ago this week, James Dean died in a car crash on a stretch of highway near Salinas, California. At 24, he had shot three pictures, but only one had made it into theatres. In March 1955, East of Eden, Elia Kazan's adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel, was released to rave reviews proclaiming Dean Hollywood's new star. Show More Summary

'Awake & Sing!' at Odyssey Theatre: A sensation is back, fiery as ever

About 20 years ago director Elina de Santos helmed a landmark production of “Awake &  Sing!” that ran for nine months to sellout houses at the Odyssey Theatre in West L.A. Now De Santos revisits Clifford Odets’ Depression-era classic, once again at the Odyssey. And while Odets’ fervently polemical...

John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival stops in Las Vegas for 8 dates

The golden age of rock returns to Las Vegas when singer, songwriter and guitarist John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival brings his eight-show Peace, Love and Creedence residency act to the Venetian Theatre inside the Venetian on Jan. 8-23, 2016. The show brings back the music and culture...

‘Waitress’ Musical By Sara Bareilles Books Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre

After opening last month to very solid reviews at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA, the movie-based tuner — with songs by singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles in her Broadway debut — will move into the Nederlander Organization-owned Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Show More Summary

Playwright Brian Friel, 86

Friel’s diverse output, spanning a 50-year period, was bound together by his passion for language, his belief in the ritualistic nature of theatre and his breadth of understanding.

Exclusive: Details on ‘Back to the Future’ Trilogy Marathon at AMC Theatres

As we heard previously, AMC Theatres was hosting a marathon of the Back to the Future trilogy at a bunch of their cineplex locations, but we hadn’t yet heard any details about times or ticketing. Thankfully that changes today as we’ve...Show More Summary

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