Dragon Age: Origins writer David Gaider and Humble Games have revealed the first teaser for Stray Gods, a new “musical role-playing game” in development at Gaider’s new Summerfall Studios. Summerfall Studios was announced in September 2019, founded by Gaider and CEO Liam Esler, a game developer with credits to Baldur’sRead 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 →

The ArtsBridge Foundation’s Schuler Awards will include the nation’s first-ever gender-neutral category. The Schuler Awards are a statewide high school musical theater awards program designed to increase awareness, advocacy and support of Georgia’s arts education programs, to develop and foster the growth of talent by providing learning and performance opportunities,Read More →

The full cast has been announced for the musical based on the life of Tony Valdovinos. After a record-breaking 2020 run at Arizona’s Phoenix Theater Company, ¡American!—the new musical based on the life of DREAMer Tony Valdovinos – will play a limited run at Off-Broadway’s New World Stages. Performances, asRead More →

Driftwood – The Musical is the inspiring story of famous Austrian/Australian sculptor Karl Duldig and his artist/inventor wife, Slawa Horowitz-Duldig, based on the critically acclaimed memoir of Eva de Jong-Duldig. Adapted for the stage by award-winning playwright Jane Bodie and directed by acclaimed theater maker Wesley Enoch with musical directionRead More →

Friday, February 11, 2022, 7:30 p.m., ARA Theater Darling Quarter Making his musical theater directorial debut, Jake Tyler delivers a wonderful production of HEATHERS-THE MUSICAL for The Mitchell Old Company, a new independent theater company. Using the 2018 update of Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe’s adaptation (book, music and lyrics)Read More →

The New York Youth Symphony’s Musical Theater Songwriting (MTS) Program is pleased to welcome Laurence O’Keefe, award-winning composer, lyricist and screenwriter for Broadway, film and television, to a masterclass at the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) on Tuesday, February 15. Mr. O’Keefe will provide advice to NYYS students whoRead More →

The DLO Musical Theater will present “The Bridges of Madison County” on February 11, 12 and 13 at the Fischer Theater in downtown Danville. Based on the bestselling novel, “The Bridges of Madison County” tells the story of Francesca, an Italian woman who marries an American soldier and flees ItalyRead More →

Fresh off Broadway, PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL comes to Greenville. Based on the beloved ’90s film that made Julia Roberts a superstar, the show features direction and choreography by two-time Tony Award® winner Jerry Mitchell, an original score by Grammy® winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance, and a book byRead More →

Keen Company is proud to announce its first musical commission: a new musical by Adam Gwon (Ordinary Days, Scotland, Pennsylvania). Keen introduced Gwon’s Ordinary days in the fall of 2018 with great success, including a nomination for the 2019 Drama League Award for Outstanding Revival of a Musical (Broadway orRead 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 →

The cinema of 1990 A pretty woman was both a celebration and a critique of 1980s materialism. A combination of Cinderella / Pygmalion stories about a businessman falling in love with a sex worker, and vice versa, it felt like a throwback, a retrograde hymn to a pre-feminist romantic dream.Read More →

One of France’s most successful musicals, “Les Dix Commandements”, is coming to New York! Almost 20 years after its opening, “The Ten Commandments” is presented in English with the first single from the Cast Recording album of an upcoming Broadway adaptation. Created by filmmaker Elie Chouraqui, to music by PascalRead More →

SKOKIE, Ill. / Music Industry Newswire / – Music Theater Works will present “Billy Elliot: The Musical” at the North Shore Center for The Performing Arts in Skokie, Illinois from December 23, 2021 to January 2, 2022 as the final production of Season 2021. “Billy Elliot” is an inspiring storyRead 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 →

newsletters, selection list of editors, You are invited to welcome the New Year to the Rocky Hill Musical Theater Company’s annual “Hills Are Alive” musical evening. This year’s NYE ​​theme is “The Biggest Show” and there will be a circus, a show aisle and a retro theme. With activities forRead More →

The new big-budget musical theater production of the award-winning 1993 film starring Robin Williams, Mrs. Doubtfire is the latest in a long list of screen-to-stage adaptations that capitalize on the familiarity of a movie to bring fans to Broadway. With its huge cast and wacky production numbers, elaborate stage designRead More →

john legend Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic The Phantom is back! john legend will take his talents to the movies with a modern reimagining of the classic musical The Phantom of the Opera, according to The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline. Legend, 42, will work alongside Grammy-nominated producer Harvey Mason Jr. as a producer. ItsRead More →

Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped American musical theater with his clever, complex rhyming lyrics, has passed away, his representative confirmed to CBS News. He was 91 years old. Sondheim influenced several generations of theatrical songwriters, especially with landmark musicals like “Company”, “Follies” and “Sweeney Todd” which are considered amongRead More →