The Slow Burn Theater Company and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts invite the public to the Tony and Olivier Award-winning musical Matilda: The Musical, presented by American National Bank, from Friday, March 25 through Sunday, April 10, 2022. The musical received widespread critical acclaim. and won seven OlivierRead More →

Pictured (L-R): Danielle Wade (Cady Heron), Megan MasakoHaley (Gretchen Wieners), Nadina Hassan (Regina George),Jonalyn Saxer (Karen Smith), Mary Kate Morrissey (Janis Sarkisian),and the National Tourism Company of mean girlsCredit: © 2021 Jenny Anderson So go find it! off broadway mean girls is at the Wharton Center in East Lansing untilRead More →

Westport, Connecticut- The Westport Country Playhouse family festivities will feature the new musical ‘Rosie Revere, Engineer and Friends’, which highlights the STEM curriculum, which focuses on science, technology, engineering and math. Produced by TheaterWorksUSA, the show is based on the books “Rosie Revere, Engineer”; “Iggy Peck, architect”; and “Ada Twist,Read More →

NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 02/24/2022 (ORADELL, NJ) — Bergen County Players (BCP)one of America’s oldest small theater companies, presents the uplifting, uplifting and joyful classic rock musical divine spell. Under the direction of Lynne Lupfer, this musical sensation, the premiere of internationally acclaimed composer StephenRead More →

WINTER PARK, Florida. – The Harlem Renaissance is very much alive in Central Florida. The American Jazz Age returns to the Winter Park Playhouse as it ushers in the Southeast regional premiere of “Trav’lin: A 1930s Harlem Musical Romance.” [TRENDING: Become a News 6 Insider (it’s free!)] It’s a musicalRead More →

Complementing the free morning is a question-and-answer session on themes from the musical, Underground Railroad art, video, and student written compositions. BANGOR — Coming straight from Broadway to the Gracie Theater comes the award-winning musical “Cross That River.” This is the story of a runaway slave turned black cowboy. TheRead More →

The cast of Yes! Yes! UCS! are young actresses/musicians Janie Thomson and Heather Gourdie Townsend Theater Productions’ Yes! Yes! UCS!, at the Stephen Joseph on Monday, February 21, celebrates the 50th anniversary of the event. Powerful theatrical narration combines with live rock and folk music from the early 70s andRead More →

SpongeBob SquarePants is the musical adaptation of the longtime children’s animated sitcom of the same name from Nickelodeon. We find ourselves in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom, inhabited by SpongeBob SquarePants, a carefree and ever-optimistic yellow sea sponge, and his equally eccentric circle of friends and neighbors. SpongeBob’s pleasantRead More →

The Pioneer Center for Performing Arts is delighted to welcome SERVER at the Pioneer Center for Performing Arts for a commitment limited to 5 shows! The restaurant opens its doors from Friday February 4 to Sunday February 6! Tickets are available at www.pioneercenter.com, by calling 775-434-1050 and in person atRead More →

In early 2020, just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic forever changed the cinematic landscape, “Dolittle” hit multiplexes around the world. Mark the generalized derision, the project did not have an impact at the box office even before the cinemas closed. Losing tens of millions of dollars to financier and distributorRead More →

Click to enlarge Jérémy Daniel photo A story first made famous in an animated ’90s musical makes its way to Spokane via Broadway in a drastically different form. ohof all the animated musicals of my childhood, Anastasia remains the most slept. The 1997 musical follows an 18-year-old orphan with amnesiaRead More →

Washington: Michael Jackson’s new musical “MJ” has been announced not to return to Broadway’s Neil Simon Theater until December 27, thus eliminating the show’s opportunity for the lucrative pre-Christmas box office and the Christmas day. According to Deadline, in a tweeted statement, the producers said: “Due to several positive COVIDRead More →

In what could be the toughest of Covid Broadway cancellations, MJ, Michael Jackson’s new musical, won’t return to Broadway’s Neil Simon Theater until Monday, December 27, an announcement that cancels the show’s opportunity for the lucrative box office before Christmas and Christmas Day. In a tweeted statement, the producers said:Read More →