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 Review :: Love, Noël

Review :: Love, Noël

By Rob Urbinati | Aug 12
As the title suggests, The Irish Repertory Theatre's production of "Love, Noël", is comprised mostly of letters written by Coward throughout his long, distinguished career.

 Review :: Measure for Measure

Review :: Measure for Measure

By Rob Urbinati | Aug 8
Voice-overs of reporters discussing contemporary political issues blare from the speakers at the start of The Acting Company's trimmed-down production of "Measure for Measure," locating one of Shakespeare's "problem plays" squarely in the here and now.

Vanessa Carlton Channels Carole King on Broadway

Vanessa Carlton Channels Carole King on Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Aug 8
Over the years, the Broadway show about singer-songwriter Carole King has starred powerful singers in the title role. But until now it hasn't had one thing — a singer-songwriter.

 Review ::  Theater: A Weekend in the Berkshires

Review :: Theater: A Weekend in the Berkshires

By Iris Fanger | Aug 6
A summer weekend in the Berkshires offers a wealth of cultural events — theater, music and art all within an hours drive. Dance and theater critic Iris Fanger reviews three performances from this past weekend.

Beheaded Tudor Queens Head to Broadway with 'Six'

Beheaded Tudor Queens Head to Broadway with 'Six'

Aug 2
The word-of-mouth-hit "Six" is headed to Broadway.

Remembering Harold Prince (Thanks to YouTube)

Remembering Harold Prince (Thanks to YouTube)

By Robert Nesti | Aug 1
Harold Prince died yesterday at the age of 91. Here's a look -- thanks to YouTube -- of how he transformed the American musical.

 Review :: Broadway Bounty Hunter

Review :: Broadway Bounty Hunter

By Brooke Pierce | Aug 1
"Broadway Bounty Hunter" is terrific fun if you're game for a looney mixture of action, camp, and funky showtunes.

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 1
Chicago has declared 2019 as The Year of Theater — all the more reason to head to the Windy City for a dramatic getaway with design-centric digs at these two Kimpton hotels.

Towering Broadway Director and Producer Hal Prince Dead

Towering Broadway Director and Producer Hal Prince Dead

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 31
Harold Prince, a Broadway director and producer who pushed the boundaries of musical theater with such groundbreaking shows as "The Phantom of the Opera," ''Cabaret," ''Company" and "Sweeney Todd" and won a staggering 21 Tony Awards, has died.

 Review ::  'Into the Woods' Captivates at the Hollywood Bowl

Review :: 'Into the Woods' Captivates at the Hollywood Bowl

By Kevin Taft | Jul 30
A stellar cast of Broadway veterans graced the Hollywood Bowl stage this past weekend performing Steven Sondheim's classic musical "Into the Woods" for a crowd of over 17,000.

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