Jessica Cottis leads the CSO. Photo: Martin Olmann Music / “Infinite Possibilities”, Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Llewellyn Hall, November 23. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY. IMAGINATION is an infinite thing. At this concert, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra performed three ingenious works that took the audience on a memorable emotional journey. With aRead More →

Click to enlarge THROUGH TESSERACT THEATER COMPANY Deb (Lauren Tenenbaum) watches Warren (Jacob Schmidt) share positive message flyers from a New York rooftop, Claire (Brittani O’Connell) and Jason (Michael Lowe) are among passers-by who find one. Warren, a lifelong New Yorker, tries to find his voice by busking and babysittingRead More →

Today’s Final Jeopardy question (11/22/2022) in the “Musical Theater” category was: The couple at the center of the uproar in this long-running show was originally meant to be a Jewish girl and a Catholic boy 11x champ Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, NJ, had earnedRead More →

The Handel & Haydn Society, at the modern extreme of its current chronological and temporal range, brought exquisite playing and singing, very well blocked and costumed. Marriage of Figaro to an almost full symphony hall on Thursday and sold out on Friday. After two rewarding weeks of rehearsal, but withRead More →

When you have a Lea Michele a singer who can sing the score funny girl, you get a digital version of Funny Girl – New Broadway Cast Recordingnow out. Produced by David Caddick and David Lai and featuring the classic score by Jule Styne (music) and Bob Merrill (lyrics), theRead More →

The Lion King broke box office records as the best-selling musical in Abu Dhabi history… An inspiring score, breathtaking costumes and an iconic story: The Lion King the musical, which celebrates its 25th anniversary today, has left its mark on the world. The story is familiar to most: a youngRead More →

If you think Christmas-themed or Christmas-adjacent performances shouldn’t start until Thanksgiving, you might want to withhold judgment until you’ve finalized plans to entertain family members and friends. who will be joining you next week for Turkey Day. “Elf: The Musical,” based on the beloved 2003 film starring Will Ferrell, JamesRead More →

Michael Butler, the free-spirited producer who brought counterculture musical ‘Hair’ to Broadway, where it shattered norms with its celebration of pot, protest and free love, has died in a nursing facility in Los Angeles. A self-proclaimed bon vivant who filled his days with polo matches, romantic engagements, adventurous business dealingsRead More →

Comment this story Comment On Wednesday night at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater, the PostClassical Ensemble led a fast and seductive expedition 100 years in the past and some 4,000 miles east. On paper, “Paris at Midnight: Jazz and Surrealism in the 1920s” sounded like something out of my undergraduateRead More →

Melody Bay Production, LLC music in the clouds An hour-long original American musical We are thrilled to announce the release of this hour-long American musical, “Music in The Clouds”. —James Gutzman, CEO, Melody Bay Productions, LLC TWIN CITIES, MINNESOTA, USA, Nov. 4, 2022 / — MELODY BAY PRODUCTIONS, LLC, announcesRead More →

Earlier this month, the Pioneer Theater Company (the professional resident theater on the University of Utah campus) celebrated a milestone: sixty years since its dedication and first production (Shakespeare’s Hamlet). Since then, PTC has produced unparalleled world-class theater for Utah audiences. That tradition continues this fall with the thrilling worldRead More →

Readings and workshops Chilina Kennedy Conducts Petula Clark Jukebox Musical Development Readings in New York A sign of the times From October 24 With a score of 60s pop classics, the musical had its world premiere at Goodspeed Musicals in 2016. Chilina Kennedy attends the 2022 American Theater Wing GalaRead More →

PEMBROKE – The national tour of the acclaimed Broadway musical “Anastasia” arrives at the Givens Performing Arts Center on the University of North Carolina campus in Pembroke at 7:30 p.m. on November 6. From the Tony Award-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime and inspired by beloved films, “Anastasia” isRead More →

Charm, an unfortunately rare theatrical quality, is not a fashionable theatrical virtue, but it is none the less precious. And, to the delight of audiences, it features profusely in director Daniel Evans’ wonderfully fluid farewell production at the Chichester Festival Theatre. Turning Bill Forsyth’s 1983 Scottish comedy-drama “Local Hero” intoRead More →

FDuring the Soviet blockade of 1948-1949, news is commonplace in Berlin in composer and director Conor Mitchell’s ambitious musical theater co-production for the Belfast Ensemble and the Lyric Theatre. Personal stories of love and betrayal unfold on the vast canvas of redrawn maps and shifting post-World War II allegiances. AsRead More →

Credit: StableDiffusion / Stefan Lattner. Machine learning-based computational models have been successfully applied to a wide range of complex information-processing tasks, including those that involve retrieving specific data items from large archives. Researchers at Sony Computer Science Laboratories (CSL) in France attempted to develop machine learning techniques that could helpRead More →

The five-time Tony Award-winning production ‘Titanic The Musical’ will play a limited, Melbourne-exclusive season at the famous Melbourne City Hall. “Titanic The Musical: In Concert” features a 26-piece orchestra and a talented Australian cast with Anthony Warlow. The shows will mark the 110th anniversary of the “unsinkable ship”. “I amRead More →

Do-re-mi-fa dys-en-ter-y! A musical adaptation of the classic computer game “The Oregon Trail” is in the works by the team behind “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile.” In an interview with Collider, filmmakers Will Speck and Josh Gordon shared that they collaborated with their songwriting team “Lyle, Lyle” Pasek and Paul (Benj PasekRead More →

“Listen, let me tell you a story – a story you think you’ve heard before…” We all know the story from history class; Henry VIII had six wives, a good appetite and a penchant for the guillotine. “SIX” brings each queen to life, allowing them to tell their story inRead More →

Event date: October 8, 2022 (All day) By Wild Horse Stage Company Wild Horse Stage Company is delighted to announce auditions for the musical’s Broadway premiere in Carson City spring awakening. Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, told by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater through what Entertainment WeeklyRead More →