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How Kelli O'Hara Honors Her Late Friend Onstage Every Night

How Kelli O'Hara Honors Her Late Friend Onstage Every Night

By John Carucci | Mar 15
Kelli O'Hara was devastated by the recent death of fellow Broadway veteran Marin Mazzie, so she decided to honor her friend quietly onstage as she performs one of Mazzie's old roles in the latest revival of "Kiss Me, Kate."

 Review :: Daddy

Review :: Daddy

By Rob Urbinati | Mar 14
"Daddy" is surprising, provoking and unique. This bold work raises a multitude of complex psychosexual questions, and answers none.

 Review :: Hurricane Diane
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Review :: Hurricane Diane

By Rob Urbinati | Mar 6
"Hurricane Diane," at New York Theatre Workshop in a co-production with WP Theatre, is a genuinely funny and surprisingly tender absurdist comedy.

 Review :: Change Comes Hard: 'Hurricane Diane' and 'The Cake'

Review :: Change Comes Hard: 'Hurricane Diane' and 'The Cake'

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 6
Two playwrights have positioned lesbian and female characters front and center, nudging queer storytelling's white cisgender male dominance out of the spotlight.

Got What It Takes to Be in 'Magic Mike The Musical?

Got What It Takes to Be in 'Magic Mike The Musical?

Mar 5
Producers of the Broadway-bound "Magic Mike The Musical" announced today that they are accepting audition videos for a diverse cast of leading men in the show which premieres at Boston's Emerson Colonial Theatre this fall.

Trinity Rep Announces 2019-20 Season
New York City, NY

Trinity Rep Announces 2019-20 Season

Mar 5
The Tony Award-winning Trinity Repertory Company, under the artistic leadership of The Arthur P. Solomon and Sally E. Lapides Artistic Director Curt Columbus, announced the company's 56th season today.

'To Kill a Mockingbird' Compromise Offered to Small Theaters

'To Kill a Mockingbird' Compromise Offered to Small Theaters

By Lynn Elber | Mar 3
The dozens of community and nonprofit theaters across the U.S. forced to abandon productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird" under legal threat were offered an olive branch in the form of Aaron Sorkin's script for the Broadway version.

Connecting with a Capital C :: Cam Torres on Not Feeding the Bear

Connecting with a Capital C :: Cam Torres on Not Feeding the Bear

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 1
Boston playwright Cam Torres is out to make a connection. Maybe several: A connection of artist to audience; of theater to lived experience; of human being to human beings. Hence his new solo show, "don't feed the bear."

John Cameron Mitchell Brings Songs from 'Hedwig' to Boston this Saturday

John Cameron Mitchell Brings Songs from 'Hedwig' to Boston this Saturday

Mar 1
Tony Award-winner John Cameron Mitchell takes the Boch Center Shubert Theatre stage on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 8:00 PM as part of "The Origin of Love Tour," featuring the songs of "Hedwig & The Angry Inch" by Stephen Trask.

Why Small US Theaters Have Canceled 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

Why Small US Theaters Have Canceled 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 28
Dozens of community and nonprofit theaters across the U.S. have been forced to abandon productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird" under legal threat by Broadway and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin.

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