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Latest Theater News Updates

I was searching the Internet recently and came across these theater-related news posts. They might have value for you. Take a look! – David

Behold the Perfect Inspirational Musical Theater Song for People Who Hate Inspirational Musical Theater Songs
The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend writers spoiled us last time with a record-setting four songs in a single episode, but we’re back to business as usual this week with two songs in “Josh Is a Liar.” This being Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, business as usual is still

NorShor nears finish line: Final push to restore historic theater by December deadline
After years of planning and 16 months of construction, the renovation of Duluth’s historic NorShor Theatre is finally nearing completion. It has been a challenging project by all accounts. “There was an extraordinary amount of reconstruction work that was

Latest Theater News Updates

I was searching the Internet recently and came across these theater-related news posts. They might have value for you. Take a look! – David – Gregg Edelman (#223) – October, 2008 Multiple Tony nominee Gregg Edelman describes about the creation of the new Broadway musical “A Tale of Two Cities”, including a song that was… Continue Reading

Recent Theater News

I was searching the internet for theater, Broadway and musicals information to share with you. Here are some good postings I came across recently: – Tony Award-Winning Play OSLO to Be Adapted Into Film – Broadway World Tony Award-Winning Play OSLO to Be Adapted Into FilmBroadway WorldThe Daily Mail has just announced that Bartlett Sher… Continue Reading

News Related to the Theater World

Here’s some theater news for you to read: – Darren Criss at Elsie Fest, Jonathan Groff on Netflix & More Save the Date Treats for OctoberTrick or treat—October is here! In addition to eating our weight in peanut butter cups and planning the perfect Halloween costume, we’ll be heading to the theater and hunkering down… Continue Reading

News Related to the Theater World

Here’s some theater news for you to read: – ‘The Theater of Disappearance’: A Show You Won’t Want to Miss – Wall Street Journal (subscription) Wall Street Journal (subscription) 'The Theater of Disappearance': A Show You Won't Want to MissWall Street Journal (subscription)Since arriving on the global art scene in 2011, when he transformed his… Continue Reading

Latest Theater News Updates

I was searching the Internet recently and came across these theater-related news posts. They might have value for you. Take a look! – David – Boston kicks off a year of US tributes to Leonard BernsteinHe followed that with the movie score for “On the Waterfront;” the Tony Award-winning “Wonderful Town;” Broadway’s “Candide;” and “West… Continue Reading

Latest Theater News Updates

I was searching the Internet recently and came across these theater-related news posts. They might have value for you. Take a look! – David – Tom Jones (#118) September, 2006 With the world’s longest-running musical, “The Fantasticks”, back on stage in New York after a short hiatus, author Tom Jones recounts the time-honored tale of… Continue Reading

Theater News of Interests

Today, I came across these articles related to the topic of theater. I think the first one is very interesting. Regards, David Caban – Richmond’s 2017 Fall Theater Season is Filled With Shows in Uniquely Specific SettingsFarces can happen in any room as long there are doors to slam. Even musicals named after a specific… Continue Reading

News Related to the Theater World

Here’s some theater news for you to read: – Lucie Arnaz (#280) – August, 2010 Lucie Arnaz, the daughter of television legends Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, talks about how Angela Lansbury and Vivian Vance prompted her towards a career on the stage. She recalls her earliest appearances in regional productions of such shows as… Continue Reading

News Related to the Theater World

Here’s some theater news for you to read: – Don Ward, director and choreographer who mentored future Tony Award-winning actors, dies at 83As a revered director-choreographer and the patriarch of San Diego’s first family of the stage, Don Ward helped guide and inspire legions of theater artists over the years. Ward, whose more than 60-year… Continue Reading