Shrek the Musical South Hill Park 01344 484123 Until April 18 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Everyone’s favorite ogre returns this Easter in South Hill Park’s hilarious show, based on the Oscar-winning hit film and outrageous Broadway musical. The show’s run included a special gala evening attended by local dignitaries. Upon arriving, localRead More →

TikTok has announced its first commissioned musical. Title For you, Paige, the musical is part of TikTok’s #ProjectBroadway, which celebrates and supports all things theater, musicals and Broadway. The popular app is no stranger to Broadway musicals, having featured live performances from The Lion King, waitress and Bad as partRead More →

Next month, Music Theater Philly will premiere a new musical based on the 2006 Nickel Mines Amish school shooting and themes of “forgiveness, joy and moving forward”. “Boundless,” written by theater artist Mary Fishburne, is set in Lancaster County 10 years after filming. It follows the stories of fictional charactersRead More →

Next month, Music Theater Philly will premiere a new musical based on the 2006 Nickel Mines Amish school shooting and themes of “forgiveness, joy and moving forward”. “Boundless,” written by theater artist Mary Fishburne, is set in Lancaster County 10 years after filming. It follows the stories of fictional charactersRead More →

Last Sunday the Unofficial Bridgerton Musical became the first Grammy winner to come from TikTok, and the next award-winning musical from the short form community could be produced by TikTok itself. Video app pressed Daniel Mertzlufft (pictured above), the creative force behind the resounding success of 2020 Ratatouille: the musicaltoRead More →

The Southeast Arkansas Arts and Science Center (ASC) is looking for artists to help bring a classic fairy tale to life this summer. In-person auditions for the musical “Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella” are scheduled for April 8-10 at the ASC Main Building, 701 S. Main St. Auditions are by appointmentRead More →

Experience the Slow Burn Theater Company’s Carbonell & Silver Palm Award-winning production of Matilda The Musical, presented by American National Bank from March 25 to April 10 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in the center -city of Fort Lauderdale. Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald DahlTonyRead More →

For the past seven years, Lyman Gilmore Middle School has offered its students an elective course in musical theater. During that time, they have produced major productions, performed in the community, won theater competitions, and represented our school at the state capitol on California Youth in Theater Day. However, thisRead More →

Like sourdough and “Tiger King,” “TikTok musical” was a trend early in the pandemic — starting with “Ratatouilleand culminating in “Bridgerton.” When Broadway (and therefore all regional and local theaters) closed for nearly a year and a half, creators collaborated in cyberspace to develop full-fledged portable musicals. These social mediaRead More →

Pint of Wine Theater Company announced a development workshop by Tim Connor and Susannah Pearsethe new musical ‘The Bridge of San Luis Rey – A Musical Fable’. This new musical is adapted from Thornton WilderThe Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, courtesy of The Wilder Family LLC. Hundreds ofRead More →

Robyn Edie / Stuff Dave McMeeking, as Jean Valjean in the Invercargill Musical Theater production of Les Miserables last year. A new corporate partnership will allow Invercargill Musical Theater to present high-quality productions while keeping ticket prices affordable, its vice-president said. On Monday, the theater troupe announced a partnership withRead More →

Morgan Wallen surprised fans at the second of three sold-out shows in Nashville, Tennessee, with a special performance alongside his musical hero and friend, Eric Church. Amid the East Tennessee native’s electrifying 26-song set, Wallen welcomed Church onstage to perform “It’s time to stopa song Church co-wrote with Luke LairdRead More →

So while a familiar face won’t hurt your chances of success, viewers have been more than willing to throw their money at works that don’t feature a single recognizable name on the marquee. ONCE MORE WITH FEELING Industry wisdom has always been that a revival of an already cherished musicalRead More →

SCHENECTADY – Empire State Youth Orchestra (ESYO)recognized regionally and nationally as a creative and dynamic force in artistic and ensemble music education, announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Swiss conductor, violinist and creative entrepreneur Etienne Abelin to be their new musical director starting March 7th. Hailed asRead More →

Esa-Pekka Salonen (left) with violinist Leila Josefowicz and the SF Symphony. Photo: Brittany Hosea-Small/San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Music, like dreams, can have its own narrative logic, one that unfolds convincingly without necessarily having concrete meaning. This surrealism takes beautiful form in “Sleep & Unremembrance,” an elusive and wondrous sound poemRead More →

Rehearsal for Life, a nonprofit leader in the Boston-area creative youth development sector, will perform its new musical Banned in Boston virtually on April 14. The 2022 performance will again be written and composed by award-winning creator Faith Soloway, acting artistic director of Rehearsal for Life and co-writer of Amazon’sRead More →

In 2021 The musical stage company celebrated an extraordinary summer, providing live musical experiences to over 6,000 Torontonians: the company presented BLACKOUT, an incredible new Canadian musical under the stars in the glorious High Park Amphitheatre; they produced another sold-out series of traveling cabaret concerts PORCHSIDE SONGS; and launched MUSICALRead More →

Multimedia art was front and center for Delia, but she was slowly developing her skills as an electronic music producer. Inspired by early electronic music composers like Delia Derbyshire and the blunt experimentation of Tricky’s ‘Maxinquaye’, she wrote unstructured computer music in the quiet hours. “At first, I was veryRead More →

You don’t want to miss this international hit, lovingly ripped from the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail: Spamalot the Musical! “You can’t stop laughing even if you want to” (Journal News). Reserve your spot now at An unforgettable story filled with flying cows, killer rabbits, slyRead More →

On February 15, students at Leavelle McCampbell Middle School in Graniteville were treated to a performance by Augusta native Damien Sneed in partnership with the Aiken Symphony Orchestra. Sneed is a multi-genre artist and instrumentalist. He is a pianist, singer, organist, composer, conductor, arranger, producer and artistic educator. He hasRead More →