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Canada's Royal Winnepeg Ballet



Ballet Jörgen du Canada
Bookings: 416-961-4725

Photos by Charlene McIntosh

About Canada's Ballet Jörgen

Canada's Ballet Jörgen is recognised for the innovation, warmth, humour and beauty in its works. For over 25 years the organization has sought to advance the art and appreciation of ballet and Canadian chorepgraphy through performance, educational experiences and community engagement, Canada's Ballet Jörgen is proud to be one of the country's pre-eminent builders of new ballets.

2018 Season

The Nutcracker: A Canadian Tradition.

Choreographed by Bengt Jörgen to Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's beloved score, the ballet is set in and around Algonquin Park in 1912 and features Trillium flowers, loons and other distinct Canadian representations replacing the traditional Nutcracker dfances. Designed by aqard-qinning Sue Lepage, the sets and costumes take audiences on a grand journey through northern landscapes filled with snowflakes, Mounties, raccoons, chipmonks, bears and other creatures of the woods.\

2018 - 2019Nutcracker Tour.
Weyburn. SK. November 14. 2018. Regina SK. November 16. 2018. Saskatoon. SK. November 18. 2018. Swift Current. SK. November 21. 2018. Peterborough. ON. November 29. 2018. North Bay .ON. December 2. 2018. Hamilton. ON. December 8. 2018. Brantford. ON. December 9. 2018. Ottawa. ON. December 12 - 15. 2018. St. Catharines. ON. December 19. 2018. Guelph. ON. December 20 - 21. 2-18. London. ON. December 23. 2018. Kitchener.ON. December 28. 2018. Markham. ON. December 30. 2018.



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2019 Season

The Horse and His Boy

by C. S. Lewis

The Shaw Festival returns to Nania with the world preiers of The Horse and His Boy. Two runaway chilfren 0 Shasta, who escapes a life of servitude, and Aravis who flees an unwnated marriage - quickly find themselves at the cenre of a battle with the fate of Narnia at stake.
this classic hero journey wiill include pre--show workships, where families can become part of the magic they see on stage.


Two American tourists happen on Brigadoon, a Scottish town that appears for one day every 100 years/ When one of the visitors becomes infatuated with a young woman from the mythical town, he finds himself asking what would he give up for love.
This musical is packed with much-loved songs by Lerner and Lowe.

The Ladykillers

An elderly woman stumbles onto the discovery that her new lodgers are a gang of criminals plotting a nefarious heist. Soon she is the only thing standing between these inept crooks and their chances of getting away with it. A deliciosly macabre dar comedy about the difficulty of murdering one little old lady.

Man and Superman with Don Juan in Hell

Bernard Shaw's signature wot and sociaql commentary are seen nowhere more clearly than in this epic five-hour masterpiece of ideas, philosphy and brilliant wordplay. John Tanner believes marriage is a trap into which he will never fall. Ann Whitfield would never make him do anything he doesn't want. So why is he so scared?
With only 17 performances Man and superman with Don Juan in Hell is a limited engagement special even that includes a luncheon interlude featuring farm-t-table menus from Niagra's finest chefs, paied with regional wines.





Royal George Theatre

A Christmas Carol

What's Christmas to you, but a time for finding yourself a year older, but not an hour richer?

Ebenzer Dcrooge is a miserable old miser. But when three ghosts decide to swoop in overnight, he gets the wake-up call of a lifetime.
this charming Christmas classic by Charles Dickens has one of life's most inspiring questions at its heart: what - and who - will really matter in the end? fun for everyone ( even Scrooge).
Season: November 14 - December 23. 20-18

2019 Season


Two friends commit murder and host a party for the victim's friends with his he=idden body as the centrepiece ... just to see of they can pull it off. Rope is a clever psychological thriller that will have audiences wondering every minute. Will they get away with it?

Getting Married

A motley collection of relatives convene for a family wedding and end up wondering if they would be better off if marriage didn't exist. With its colourful and warring couples, Shaw's blissful deconstruction of the institution of marriage sparkles wioth verbal firewprks.

The Russian Play

Acclaimed Canadian playwright Hannah Moscovitch's funny and touching tale of a flower girl and her love for a gravedigger.
A bittersweet ode to the dangers of love.

Cyrano de Bergerac

Cyrano de Bergerac is not only a brilliant swordsman and talentred musician: he has a gift for words, too. And yet, for all his panache, he feels unworthy of love. Why? because of his unfeasibly large nose. Unable to profess his feelings for his lady love, cyrano helps another man to woo her.
the Shaw Festival Artistic Director Kate Hennig adapts one of the most poetic and romantic plays ever written.




Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre

2019 Season

The Glass Menagerie

In his autobiographical mastepiece, Tennessee Williams - 'Tom' - recalls life with his overpowering mother and her obsessive search for a suitor for his painfully shy sister Laura.
A poetic and moving exploration of love and longing.


Set in a Montral brothel, this sassy and passion-filled melodrama cnetres on Margy, a lady of the night searching for a better life through an advantageous marriage.
Mae West's blunt confrontation of gender politics was deemed too contovrsial when first released-the production's premier saw her charged with obscenity and sentencde to 10 days in prison.



The Princess of Wales Theatre

300 King St. Toronto

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Centaur TheatreCompany
photographer DANIELLE dEMERS
Bookings: 514 288 3161

Centaur Theatre Salutes the Season of Light

The 12th edition of Centaur Theatre'sUrban Tales in association with Urbi et Orbi, prresents five dhowd ofFeathers:12 says of Xmas stories spun from a silly song. December 7, 8, 11,14 and 16, 2018. $Event curator, Harry Dtandjofski directs the original yarns, written and told by somr of Montreal's brightest theatre-makers. Centaur's annual antidote to thw dseasonal overdose of syrupy saccherine sentiments runs this gamut from twisted hilarity to total absurdity.
This year's stories are:
Exterminating Angel written by Yvan Bienvenue, translated & told byu Harry
The Womern's Christmas written by L. M. Leonard, told by Danette MacKay
A Christmas Carol written & told by Laurent Pitre
Douai written by Harry Standjofski, told by Laurent Pitre.
|Motherless Milk written by Joanne Saraxen, told by Alarey Alzip.
seven last words written by and told by Harry Dtandofski.
Eurban Tales performance Schedule.
Friday December 7 at 8pm.
Saturday December 8 at 8pm.
Teusday Decewmber 11 at 8pm.
Friday December 14 at 8pm.
Saturday December 16 at 8pm.

True Crime

Crow's Theatre presents The Castleton Massive Production.
Created by Torquil Campbell and Chris Abraham, in collaboration with Julian Brown.
The Birth of True Crime!
Torquil Campbell has been obsessed with "true crime TV" since he was a teenager. He preferred to stay home and weatch Uncolved Mysteries, Dateline or 48 hours rather than go out.
When Torquil read that Clark rockefeller was arrested for kidnapping his daughter in 2009, he rcognised him as the man he had seen on a 1993 episode of Unsolved Mysteries. At that time Rockefeller was going by the name of Chrstopher Chichester and was wanted in connection to the disappearance of two people from California.
When torquil found a photo of Clark in a Vanity Fair article, the similarities between the two men were shocking. He told CBC, "I statred to realise that a lot of what he had being trying to do for a long time was impersonate someone qite a lot like myself - he was trying to be an effete East Coast preppy WASP, and that's what my family is (laughs). We look alike, and we wear the same kind of glasses, and we have the same taste in things...the similarities started to rally get eerie. And I started to think. What would it be like if I tried to become this guuy?
In another interview Torquil writes "In a time where, according to Campbell, 'wehave been beset by sociopathic liars... whether they be radio hosts or predidents,' it's his intention to make audiences examine our own complicity in their success.' Liars only get to lie if there are people around buying their bulls---."
Season: January 8 - 27. 2019










Royal Alexandra Theatre. Toronto
Bookings: (855) 305-4877





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\Because they cannot hear sound, they need to pay more hardships for every program. Their performance are beautiful and breathtaking. Audiences will feel their clinging pursuit of dreams and are deeply moved!

The program video as follows:   

They are a group of deaf-mute, and they have dreams.
They firmly believe the life always have dreams, and always have aspired.
Although their world are forever silence, they are sure the world in the dream have sound.

So, to our heart's content, they use their body to come true this dream, thereby arrive the colourful sound world




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Bookings: 020 7304 4000

The Royal Ballet

Based at the Royal Opera House, Convent Garden, The Royal Ballet is Great Britain's most prestigious ballet company and one of the great classical ballet companies in the world. Led by Director Kevin O'Hare, the Company has a wide-ranging repertory that showcases the great 19th century classics alongside heritage works including those of its two great 20th century chorepgraphers Frederick Ashton and Kenneth MacMillan. In addition, The Royal Ballet performs new works by Resident Choreographer Wayne McGregor and Artistic Associate Shristopher Wheeldon, two of the foremost international choreographers of today. The Royal Ballet continues to create and encourage new choreography ans appointed Liam Scarlett as Artist in Residene in 2012.




The Royal Opera


the Royal Opera House is having its first commission with Victorian Opera of Australia in co-production of an adaptation of Neil Gairman;s much-loved novella Caroline, has opened to four star reviews and a sold0out season at London;s Barbican Centre.
Time Out London described the production as "a clever dark comedy about the end of childhood with a few good scares thrrown in".




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The world's longest-running play of any kind, Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is now in it's 60th year!

A West End staple for over 60 years, The Mousetrap is the longest consistently running play in the history of British theatre.

This world record breaking production continues to enthral, to entertain and to thrill audiences who still flock to the St Martin's Theatre from every corner of the globe. In her own inimitable style, Dame Agatha Christie has created an atmosphere of shuddering suspense and a brilliantly intricate plot where murder lurks around every corner....

The Mousetrap has been thrilling audiences from around the world for as long as Queen Elizabeth II has been on the throne. They have shared Silver and Ruby jubilees and recently both enjoyed their Golden celebration.

During this phenomenal run there have been no fewer than 297 actors and actresses appearing in the play, 86 miles of shirts have been ironed and over 320 tons of ice cream sold. Some cast members are in the Guinness Book of Records, David Raven as the 'Most Durable actor' for 4575 performances as Major Metcalf, and the late Nancy Seabrooke for a record breaking 15 years as an understudy.

In 2000 the set was replaced for the first time during the run at St Martin's Theatre, still to the same design as the original. This task was completed over a weekend without the loss of a performance.

Join the millions who have already discovered whodunnit, but will not share their secret...

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West Yorkshire Playhouse

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Playhouse Square Quarry Hill, Leeds.



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Victoria Opear's first co-commission with Royal Opera House, convent Garden, an adaptationo of Neil Gaiman's much-loved nevella Caroline, has opened a raft of four-star reviews.
A horror fantasy for children, Coraline tells the storuy of a young girl on the cusp of puberty who finds a strange door in her parent's new home, which leads to a parallel flat where she id greeted by alternative versions of her parents with buttons sewn into their eyes. In 2009 it waqs adapted as a successful 3D stop-motion film.


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Victoria Opear's first co-commission with Royal Opera House, convent Garden, an adaptationo of Neil Gaiman's much-loved nevella Caroline, has opened a raft of four-star reviews.
A horror fantasy for children, Coraline tells the storuy of a young girl on the cusp of puberty who finds a strange door in her parent's new home, which leads to a parallel flat where she id greeted by alternative vbersions of her parents with buttons sewn into their eyes. In 2009 it waqs adapted as a successful 3D stop-motion film.







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Royal New Zealand Ballet

2018 Season

The Royal New Zealand Ballet's much-loved regional touring programme returns in 2018. Tutus on Tour brings dancers from the RNZB to seven regional centres, with performances tailor-made for smaller venues, and suitable for all ages.  

Spread the word to family and friends around New Zealand. We’ll be taking the magic of ballet to all corners: from Gore to Kerikeri, Tauranga to Oamaru, as well as Hamilton, Taupo and Whanganui. The tour, with performances from March – December 2018, is brought to regional centres with the support of Ryman Healthcare.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national ballet company performing highlights from their extensive repertoire, including classical and contemporary favourites and new works. With one show only in each centre, and tickets priced at just $25-$35 for adults ($10-$20 child) this is guaranteed to sell fast, so book now! 

The Ryman Healthcare Season of The Nutcracker.

Christmas comnes but ince a year, and or the Royal New Zealand Ballet, Christmas 2018 will be extra special, as the company stage a national tour if The Nutcracker for the first time since 2010. Offering festive enchantment for all ages, this is a Christmas gift for all the family.
Tchaikovky's magical and much-beloved score will be performed live in Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland and Dunedin; a specially made recording will accompany performances in other centeres.


RNZB appoints Artsitic Director.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet has appointed Patricia BGarker, a former prima ballerina and current Artistic Director of Grand Rapids Bsllet in Midhigan U.S.A. as the RNZB'S cew director.
RNZB Board Chair Steven Fyle says: "We are delighted to announce the appointment of Patricia Barker. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience having held positions of srtistiv leadership for more than a decade, following a distinguished career."
"From a large number of excellent applications from New Zealand and all over the world, the Board was greatly impressed by Patricia's vision for all aspects of the RNZB's activities, together with her experience as an artistic leader. Her knowledge of both contemporary and classical repertoire, as a dancer; coach and dorector also makes her an outstanding fit for the RNZB."

Patricia says" I am hopnoured and delighted top provide the artistic leadership to a company full of opportunity, achievenent and wth m unique creative voice and spirit. I will preserve the rich tradition of the Royal New Zealand Ballet while building on the company's imressiverepertoire by curating works to build on a distinctive New Zealand personality to enrich the lives of New Zealancers and a showcase our dancers' versatility to the world. I look forward to working with the Board of Directors, Frances Tuener and the staff to preesent a broad spectrum of accessible, stimulating and entertaining progamming to a diverse national audience and to present the RNZB as a culteral ambassafor of New Zwaland."

2019 Season

Black Swan, White Swan

Wetmess a magnificent re-telling of ballet's most enduring classic Swan Lake, with the Royal New Zealand Ballet's new production Black Swan,. White Swan.
In 2102 Patricia Barker commissioned Dlovak choreographer Mârio Radacovsky to create a new version of Swan Lake Grand Rapids Ballet in Mishigan. The stripped down, elemental version of the story which
Radacovsky created, with the agony and ecstacy of Tchaikovsky's otiginal score at its heart was an instant success with audiences, and has gone on to have acclaimed performances in both USA and Europe.
As an exciting addition to its repertoire of full-ength story ballets, and following on the company's long tradition of presenting fresh takes on classic works, the Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to bring Black Swan,. White Swan to New Zealand audiences in Autumn 2018.
With its fcus on Siegr=fried's struggle with love, pure evil, temptation, and most of all, himself.this is Swan Lake for the 21st century.
Season: May 31 - Jluy 6. 2019

Bols Moves

Works by George Balanchine, William Firsythe and Andrea Schermoly

George Balanchine;s Serenade is one of the few ballets that can truly be held iconic. Conceived in 1934, it is american Ballet's founding document, the foundation on which all ;ater works must stnad ande against whivh thery will be judged.
28 dancers are transported by Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings, moving through time and space in perfect patterns, architectual yet organic, supremely structered yet somehow free. Serenade has an inner light, a tranquillity and a deeply felt emotion that has spoken to generations of dancers and audiences. More than 40 years after it was first staged by the company, the royal New Zealand Ballet is privileged to bring Serenade back to our theatres

Serenade is all moonlight; William Forsthe's Artifact II is a blast of neon and strobe.

Created in 1984, the year that Forsythe became Artistic Director of ballet Frnafurt, the full-length Artifact Ii is the second act, was Forsu=ythe announcing humself as a distinctive new voice in ballet. Serenade was Blanchine taking the aura of Russian classicism to his adopted home in the New World, 50 year later, Forsythe blew the cobwebs off European ballet - with prmary colour, Bach spliced with electronics, and a larger than life Amrican athleticism>

Co,pleting the line-up is a commissioned work by Andrea Schemoly, Stand to Reason, first seen in 2018 as opart of the Royal new Zealand Ballet's Wellington-only Strength & Grace programme, celebrating female suffrage. The work is based on the pamphlet, Ten Reasons Why a woman Sould Vote published in 1888, in which women had to justify their ringt to political participation. Stand to Reason celebrates the boldness of the brave women who won the vote in new Zealand.
Season: August 16 - September 15. 2019.

Hansel & Gretel


Fair starlight peeps through the dark forest canopy, it is midnight: the witching hour. Alone and lost, teo hungry vhildren stumble towards a glowing vision of warnth and comfort, heaven for any child wiht an empty belly and aching heart. but all is not as it sdeems...

For Christmas 2019, the Royal New Zealand ballet is proud to present a new two-act ballet by Loughlan Prior, with a specially commissioned score bgy Claire Cowan. This major premiere brings together many of New Zealand's creative talents to tell a timeless tale for audiences young and old.

Season: November 6 - December 14. 2019.

Tutus on Tour 2019

The RNZB is excited to be expanding Tutus on Tour to take in 11 regional centres in 2019. From Kerikeri and Whangarei to Oamsru and Gore, Tutus on Tour brings family-friendly oerformances to heartland New Zealand.
The dancers will perform classical favourites and contemporary works, tailor-made for intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Full repertire will be announced in the new year.
Season: March 18 - May 11. 2019.

March 18. 2019 Ashburton Trust Events Centre Ashburton.
March 19, 2019 Royal Wanganui Opera House. Whanganui.
Mardch 20. 2019 Oamaru Opera hOuse. Omaru.
March 20. 2019 Showplace New Plymouth.
March 22. 2019, Clarence Street Theatre. Hamilton.
March 22-23. 2019 Theatre Royal Nelson.
March 25. 2019 Great Lake centre. Taupo.
April 5. 2019 St JKames Theatre Gore.
May 7. 2019 John
Dalton Theatre, Turner Centre. Kerikeri.
May 8. 2019 Capitaine Bouganville Theatre, Forum North Whangarei.
May 10-11.2019 War Memorial Theatre Gisborne.








Auckland Theatre Company
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BATS Theatre
1 Kent Terrace Mt. Victoria. Wellington

Circa Theatre

Bookings: 04 801 7992


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An Audience with Steve Hansen

2019 is the year legendary coach Steve Hansen aims to make history by steering his All Blacks through to Tthird back-to-back triumph at the Rubgby World Cup in Japan.
On February 4th he kicks off his big year on stage at Circa Theatre, in an exclusiver and intimate conversation with his friend Ian Fraser. He talks about the World Cup campaign, life with the Allblacks. the path that has taken hiom to the pinnacle of world rugby - with reflections on the state of the game and the state of the nation.
An Audience with Steve Hansen is a one night show putrpose built for Wellington. This is a city that prizes its theatre, music, art and dance -as you do in the Cultural Capital - but it id also a town that loves its rugby.; On February 4th the aarts and sport will enjoy a unique coming together in this special fundraiser for Circa Theatre - and the hos of theatre artists who make Circa their professional home over the course of a year.Season: Monday February 4 from 5.30pm.


Rants ion the Dark

From one tired mama to another.
"Parenting is hard. And awsome. And the best thing ever. And it's so hard. Andd amazing. And it's a mess of contradictions ands we can't get through it alone. Let's get through it together.
Wellington blogger Emily Write's best-selling book Rants in the Dark is making the leap from the page to the stage. Emily's heartfelt and hilarious writing explores her parenting experience, offering comfort and connection to other exhausted parents from all over the world. Honest, authentic and laugh out loud funny, the play is full of things that every parent thinks at 4am, but would rarely be brave enough to say out loud.
Season: January 19 - February 16. 2019.

Side by Side by Sondheim

Celebrating the anniversary of Circa Theatre's original production. Side by Sid with Sondheim is full of sparkling lyrics and exciting music, featuring wo grand pianos and gorgeous gowns.
Performed by three of New Zealand's leading inernational musical theatre perfoprmers Julie O'Brien, Matthew Pike and Sarak Linehamm and accompanied by maestro Michael Nicholas Williams and Colin Taylor.
Someties hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, Side bvy Side with Sondheim is a spectacle of elegance, glamour, sophistication and humour with heart.
Season: February 23 - March 22. 2019,

Capital E

2019 Capitla E's National Arts festival for children.

Created just for children and young peple, the National Arts Festival will see national and international artists takle obvver the city! Tanariki will be transported to wonderful new worlds and surprising dettings with acrobatics, 3D shadow, puppets, music, street performers, comedy and dance.
Season: March 9 22. 2019

The Children

The Children has been an enormous hit on London, New York, Melbourne and Sydney. Playwright Lucy Kirkwood one of the world's most exciting young playwrights, offers this beautifully written play which tackles timely themes.
Hazel and Robin are trying to go about their life of yoga and farming as though nothing has changed. But everything shifts when an old friend, Rose, knocks on their door. Sometning doesn't feel right - the fallout will be unpridictable.
Season: March 30 - April 27. 2019

Theatresports 2019

It wouldn't be Sunday night without the family favourite, improvised comedy - Theatresports.
Each week Wellington's professional improvisors go head to head, creating comedy series to win the Tweam title of Wellington's funniest. The Millennials think its thiers by right and the Traditionals know of such baubles must be earned.
Season: May 5 - 26. 2029

Waiting for Godot

Two homeless men wait on a bare road with a single tree. They are in no partiicular time or place - nowhere and everywhere. Over two days they argue, get bored, clown around \, repeat themselves, and wait. They're waiting for godot.
Who, or what, is Godot? Whatever you want, a metaphor for everkind of thing you can think of. Essentially Waiting for Godot is about is about lying in thr gutter but looking t the stars.
And then of course, there's the writing and the humour. It leaps off the stage and is hugely emotional and compassionate and funny. Becket himselfsaid that the laughter and the tears were all that mattered.
Season: May 4 - June 1., 2019

Bathtime Bubbles

Circus, slapstick and magic come together once more as Spray and Wipe ( the world's cheapest cleaners) move tot the Circa stage.
With slipper soap that won't stay still, splashing water and GIANT BUBBLES, Spray and Wie are feaced with their greatest adventrue yet: bathtime!
Can Wipe's magic save him from the horrors of a hairwash. Can you scuba dive into a bath? And can the audience help Spray dry everyting off by the end of the show? Waterproof cover provided for those in the front row.
Season: July 9 - 20. 2019. Thursday - Saturday 11am.

The Dunstan Creek Haunting

David Ladderman and Lizzie tollemache present eerie ghost stories from the gold rush. But lately their shows have been disrupted by strange occurrances. Audiences members are experiencing phenomena that can't be explained. What if we are not alone in the theatre tonight.
Season: July 9 0 20. 2019 Tuesday - Thursday 6.30pm Friday - Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.

Heroic Faun No One

Gregory Cooper was Heroic Faun No One. the most important featured extra background faun with no dialgue in the blockbuster film The Witch and the Wardrobe..
Unfirtutantely nobody noticed him.. until now.
Armed with nothing more than a wig, a rubber sword and some disturbingly revealihng green tights, Gregory is coming out of the wardrobe to show us all what goes on beyond the camera and the CGI.
One actor's descent into a catering -fuelled nightmare of prosthetic paranoia becomes a tragic comedic and heroic piece of hardcore faunography.
Season: July 17 - 27. 2019. thursday - Saturday 7.30pm Sunday 4.30pm.


Orchids divulges the secrets of feminine magic and lost tirualistic practices, in a spellbinding performances from seven women aged 8years to 60years - including former LIMBS dancer, Marianne Schultz.
The world of Orchids evokes mothers, sisters, witches, sirens, goddesses and other-worldy creatures.
Season: July 24 - 27. 2019 tuesday = thursday 6.30pm. Friday and Saturday 8pm.

Burn Her

It's election night and a fledging new party led by charismatic and idealistic Aria Robson clinches one seat in Parliment. the same night, an intern comes to her with a scandal that could sink the party by morning. Aria must decide what or who she is willing to sacrifice for her ambitions.
Season: August 3 - 30. 2019 Tuesday - Thursday 6..30pm. Friday - Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.

The Pink Hammer

Join Maggie Taylor as she gudes you through basic carpentry skills and chisels away at the stereotype that has kept eomen out of the tool box for so long.
So reads the flyer for The Pink Hammer Workshop, but when four strangers turn up for their firat lesson, they soon discover theur tutor has disapeared along with their prepaid fees.
No one is pleased, least of all Maggie's husband, who knowd nothing about the course and even less about Girlpower. For him, empowerment is something you plug into t awall socket.
Five unhappy people in a shed full of tools. What could possibly go wrong?
Season: September 7 - October 5. 2019. Tuesdayu - Thursday 6.30pm. Friday - Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.


John wants out and so he's taking a break from his needy boyfriend. Free from Mr Co-Dependent, the last thing he expecting is suddenly meets the woman of his dreams. Noe John is stuck in a total boy-meets-girl-meets- boyfriend shemozzle. Caught in a maelstrom of possibility, guilt and indecision. John reckons there's only ine way to strighten this all out.
Sewason: October 12 - November 6. 2019. Tuesday - Thursday 6.30pm. Friday ) Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.

Alice in Wonder;and - The Pantomine.

Join Alice and our irrepressibe Dame in a madcap family adventure down the rabbit hole. Wellihngton is in peril as the Queen of Hearts threatens to nleash the Jabberwocky. And what about those magical tasty tarts?
alice and the White Rabbit team up with the Mad Hatter and friends in a crazy dreamlike adventure of ups and downs aand pantomine fun. Will Alice rescue her frantic furry friend? Will ouir Nad Hatter ever make iot big with his busking in Cuba Mall? Will the Dame find fame, or os it off her head?
Season: November 16 - December 22. 2019. Tuesday - Saturday 6.30pm Sunday 4pm.




I am not Margaret Mahy

The eccentric life behind one of New Zealand's wildest imaginations.

Wtich, jungle child, bewildered student, detective, librarian, shark: Margaret Mahy defied definitipon at every turn, embodying aspects of her characters in the many lives she has lived. This delightful adapatation reveas the unconventional woman behind the stories that ingnited our imaginations. Her witchy ways. bag lady tendencies, and never-ending dearch for adventure.
Season: February 9 - March 2. 2019.

Nobody Hears the Axe Fall

An unruly collection of imagery escapes from Nobody Hears the AxeFall . Through pattern and rhythm, this fresh new work chews on the complexities of life and spitsw out a live soundscape for all the senses.
Season: March 5 - 10. 2019.

Watching Paint Dry

A minimilst exploration of modern life and Scandivadian Zen. Watching Paint Dry will take you on an extraordinary journey through the freshly-coated corridors of your moind.
Season: March 18 - 22. 2019

Paper Shaper

Short and simple, yet rich wiht emotion and humouir, Paper Shaper is the antithesis of big-brand kid;s entertainment, such as Hi-5 or the Wiggles. With utmost care and skill the company weaves together a magical world that will introduce children to the beauty that theatrre is capable of expressing.
Season: April 16 0 27. @019.

Conversations with Dead Relatives.

Stories we all have known. You know the ones. Epic and incredible family stories passed down through generations about warriorrs, princesses, ratbags, preachersand visionaries.Stories that tell us where we came from and who we are. Maybe.
And like all good stories there are clashes of ideals, epic adventures and romantic tales of love and hoe.
Season: May 1 - 11. 2019

Another Twin

Long, Cloud Youth Theatre is proud to present the New Zealand prenirie of Lally Katz's Anothe Twin. Cockroaches, blood sacrifices, indie film making, God's work, and the shadiest real estate deals you've ever seen.
Season: May 18 - June 1. 2019.


NZ in the 1970s and the culteral cringe was in full swing. Musical options were limited, popular music was served to us via a handful of radio stations and two TV channels. At a time before the internet, Spotify tunes and musical gratification at the touch of the screen we were held hostage to the Top 40,. ofeten delivered to us via shows such as Hoppen Inn, Free Ride and Ready to Roll.
Season: August 10 - September 7. 2019 Tuesday - Saturday 7pm. Sunday 4.30pm.

Peggy Pickit sees the Face of God

A play that turns the cliché of the drunke dinner party between kld friends inside out.
After six woncerful and horrific years working as medics in the3 developing world, Carol and Martin visit their medical school friends, Frank and Liz, who have remained at home building their careers and a comfortable life.
Seaon: September 14 - October 12. 2-19. Tuesday - Saturday 7.30pm. Sunday 4pm.

He Kura Korero

He Kura Korero encourages young people to be bold and brave in using Te Reo Mäorí in everyday life, whether thay know a little or a lot.
Join Kaiarah ass they find their voices and the courage to speak Te Reo Mäorí. Be a part of their existing journey and delve into magical worlds through language.
Season: October 1 - 12. 2019 Tuesday - Saturday 10am & 11.30am.

Uma Lava

Three strangers - a lesbian academic, a closeted right-wing politician and a promiscuous revered with a penchant for juicy spoken word poetry - walk into a room. It's hate at first sight. But this isn't just any room they've walked into as they're about to find out when they try to leave ...
Season: November 23 - December 14. 2019. Tuesday - Satrday 7.30pm Sunday 4.30pm.


The Civic Theatre



Downstage Theatre

12 Cambridge Terrace
Te Aro
Ph. (04) 801 946



Massive Theatre Company
12 Cambridge Terrace Wellington
Bookings: 64 4 384 3840



St James Theatre
Bookings: 0800 TICKETTEK or (04) 384 3840





Capitol Theatre

17 Stamford Road.



Victoria Opear's first co-commission with Royal Opera House, convent Garden, an adaptationo of Neil Gaiman's much-loved nevella Caroline, has opened a raft of four-star reviews.
A horror fantasy for children, Coraline tells the storuy of a young girl on the cusp of puberty who finds a strange door in her parent's new home, which leads to a parallel flat where she is greeted by alternative vbersions of her parents with buttons sewn into their eyes. In 2009 it waqs adapted as a successful 3D stop-motion film.







San Francisco Ballet

As America's oldest professional ballet company, San Francisco Ballet has enjoyed a long and rich tradition of artistic "firsts" since its founding in 1933, including performing the first American production of Swan Lake and Nutcracker as well as the first 20th-century American Coppelia. San Francisco Ballet is one of the three largest ballet companies in the United States and currently presents more than 100 performances annually, bothlocally and internationally. Thh mision of SF Ballet is to share its joy of dance with the widest possible audience - in its community and worldwide - and to probe the highest calibre of dance training in its School. Under the directin of Heigi Tomasson, the Company has achieved an international reputation as one of the preeminient ballet companies in the world.

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American Airlines Theatre

- 227 West 42nd Street

Barrymore Theatre
243 West 47th Street



Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
242 West 45th Street




Biltmore Theatre
261 West 47th Street. Booth Theatre
222 West 45th Street.
Broadhurst Theatre
235 West 44th Street

Broadway Theatre
1681 Broadway
Bookings: 212-239-6200 online

King Kong on Broadway

The new musical King Kong produced by Global Creatures begins performances Friday October 5. 2018 prior to a Thursday November 89 at the Broadway Theatre.The cast od led by Christiani Pitts as Ann Darrow, Eric William Morris as Carl Denham, and Erik Lochtefeld as Lumpy.
King Kong comes alive through an innovative mix of robotics, puppetry and stagecraft. Based on the 1932 novel, the stage production of King Kong is a contempporary take on the classical tale of beauty and the berast. The story follows a youg actress, Ann Darrow and a maverick filmmaker, Carl Denham, as they voyage from the bustling streets of 1039's New York to an uncharted island to cature the world's greatest wonder. At the cneter of this 21st century reimagining, a 20 foot high, 2,000-pound gorilla brough to life by a team of seamlessly integrated artists and technicians. King Kong is a larger-than-life encounter with a legend that's always been to big to contain.

Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre
235 West 50th Street 212 239 6200

Brooks Atkinson Theatre
256 West 47th Street


Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street New York NY

. Cort Theatre
138 West 49th StreetGerald

Schoenfeid Theatre
236 West 45th Street

Helen Hayes Theatre
240 West 44th Street
Bookings: (212) 947-8844 and use Code RUSSNY & use Code RUSSNY

Henry Miller's Theatre
124 West 43rd Street..

Hilton Theatre
213 West 42nd Street

Al Hirschfeld Theatre

Moulin Rouge! the Musical

Producer Carmen Pavlovic (Global Creatures) has announced that Moulin Rouge based on the 2001 Twentieth Century Fox Motion Piocture by Baz Luhrman will open on Broadway. Previews will begin June 28, 2019.

An exclusive fan--only pre-sale will begin on November 21 at 12noon for the very first access to Moulin Rouge Broadway ticlets, followed by a presale for Mastercard®holders. Additional pre-sale and beneral ticketing is for Fan-only Presale November 21, 12pm through November 23 at 9.50 am
For access to this pre-sale, you must sign up for the show newsletter at by Tuesday Novemberr 21 at 11.59pm.

Released by 20th Century Fox, Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge premiered at the 201 Cannes Film Festival. At the 74th Academy Awards, the film was nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture andwon two.
The Moulin Rouge of Paris is a dazzling and spectacular universe, the symbol of thr Oarisian way of celebrating since 1889. Strating life as a popular cabaret and dancehall, the venue became an iconic music hall in the Roaring Twenties and then a theatre where numerous famous French adn international artists stepped into the limelight.
Season Opens July 25. 2019

.Lincoln Center
70 Lincoln Plaza New York NY,
Ph. 212 721 6500


Lincoln Center Out of Doors

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The 2018 season includes:
- Hip-hop legend RZA live scoring the Shaw Brothers' 1978 martial arts classic The 36th Chamber of Shaolin
- Soul singer Raphael Saadiq
Selena for Sanctuary, a tribute to the queen of Tejano music by a rising generation of Latinx artists, including Mon Laferte, Cuco, and more
- the return of NPR Music’s Turning the Tables Live: 21st-Century Edition featuring music and conversation with Carly Rae Jepsen, Jamila Woods, and I’m With Her
- Afropop superstar Yemi Alade
- a 50th-anniversary celebration of Dance Theatre of Harlem
- a cosmic night of music featuring the Sun Ra Arkestra, José James, and Samora Pinderhughes, celebrating 10 years of (le) poisson rouge
West Side Story Reimagined with the Bobby Sanabria Multiverse Big Band
- a world-premiere choral work by John Luther Adams featuring hundreds of singers in Central Park
- and much more 
As always, every performance is FREESee you at Lincoln Center soon! 


Damrosch Park Bandstand



Bruno Walter Auditorium

Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center Brooklyn


David Rubenstein Atrium









Gerald W. Lynch Theater
at John Jay College


Alice Tully Hall

The Moth

Celebrate the release of The Moth's new book, Occasional Magic:True Stories About Defying the Impossible, with a Main Stage show.
A lineup of engaging storytellers will preesent tales of everyday ,arve,s, chance encounters, and ligthting-bolt refvelations.
Season: Friday March 22 at 7.30pm.


Longacre Theatre
220 West 48th Street

-Fontaine Theatre
205 West 46th Street

Lyceum Theatre
149 West 45th Street

Marquis Theatre
1535 Broadway
Bookings: 800 955 1045 -

Music Box Theatre
239 West 45th Street

New York City Centre

131 West 55th Street
Bookings: (212) 581-1212



The Public Theatre
425 Lafyette St. New York City
Bookings: 212-967-7555

Samuel Friedman Theatre
261 West 47th Street

Studio 54 -
254 West 54th Street

Neil Simon Theatre
250 West 52nd Street

Nederlander Theatre
208 West 41st Street

Prudential Center

Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 West 46th Street

Square Theatre
West 50th Street between Broadway & 8th Avenue

Stephen Sondheim Theatre
124 West 43rd StreetTheatre TBD.

The Eugene O.Neill
230 West 49th Street

The Palace Theatre
1564 Broadway

The Schubert Theatre
225 West 44th StreetWalter Kerr Theatre
219 West 48th Street




Atlantic Theatre Company STAGE 2
(330 West 16 Street)


Brooklyn Academy of Music
Harvey Theatre
651 Fulton Street.


Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
111 West 46th Street.

Black Box Theatre


The Laura Pels Theatre


Classic Stage Company
136 East 13th Street


Linda Gross Theatre - 336 West 20th Street




Manhatten Theatre Club


Stage 1

The Studio at Stage II




Soho Playhouse
15 Vandam Street



The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street

The Alice Griffin Jewelbox Theatre.

The Irene Diamond Stage


The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre
480 West 42nd Street

Signature Center



The End Stage


Madison Theatre
Molloy College, Rockville Centre.


MTC at New York Center-Stage
131 West 55th Street


The 45th Street Theatre
354 W. 45th Street


Theater for the new Ciy
155 First Avenue


La Mama
Bookings: 212 475 7710


Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank NJ.



The Colonial Theater
Pittsfield MS.


Zeiterion Performing Arts Center
New Bedford MA


The Music Hall
Portsmouth NH


Music Center at Strathmore
North Betheseda MD


Benedum Center for the Arts
Pittsburgh PA

Emerson Colonial Theatre
!06 Boylston St.
Boston. Massachusetts


Franklin Theatre
Franklin TN


Crown Theatre
Fayetteville NC


UGA Performing Arts Center
Athens GA


Mercer Theatre
Sabannah. GA


Parker Playhouse
Broward Center
Fort Lauderdale FL


Yonkey Theatre
Lakeland FL


Capitol Theatre
Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater FL


Flagler Auditorium
Palm Coast FL




The Peter Norton Space
555 West 42nd Street


Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street

The Acorn Theatre



The 5th Avenue Theatre

Booking:Toll Free
888-5TH-4TTX or 206-625-1900.

Rose Rabbit.Lie
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Vegas Nocturne by Spiegelworld

Ross Mollison's Spiegelworld is operating from the new social club Rose.Rabbit.Lie. at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Reinventing the oncept of the immense supper clubg of a bygone era, the venue combines bar, restaurant, nightclub and tickets show all under the one roof and into one evening's experience for those patrons who choose to go to it.
|Celeberities walking the red carpet at the weekend's grand opening included Neil Patrick Harris and Australia's own Human Nature who have a resident show in Las Vegas.
The anchor ticketed entertainment at the club is Vegas Nocturne, created by Spiegelworld and directed by former Sydney Theatre Company director Wayne Harrison. Each night an epic seven hours of material unfolds, involving 38 performers from around the world. No two patrons can possibly witness the same thing. Other Australians on the creative team include Academy-winning costume designer Angus Strathie and choreographers Dein Perry, Gideon Obarzanek and Lucas Newland.
Visitors to Rose Rabbit,Lie. first enter an octagonal, mansion-like antechamber with eight doors each leading to different places. This id the opulent home of debonair millionaire Alfonsono Buzukhov and his crass sister Beverly, their servants and a host of eccentric characters. Whether you choose to order a craft cocktail in the study where old 45s can be played on a record player, or sit sown to dinner in the libgrary there is always something unexpected going on around you.
One dining area offers a "backstage" view of the big room's show where sofa's, chairs and VIP boxes circle the dtage and bars line each side wall.
The 8pm performance or 'canto' of Vegas Nocturne is a 90-minute revue of neo-vaudeville and acrobatics that radically extends on the concepts of Spiegelworld's acclaimed spiegeltent shows.
Ross Mollison for Vegas Nocturne, had assembled some of the world's greatest artists including Captain Frodo, David O'Mer (Bath Boy) and Piff the Magic Dragon as well as acrobats, contortionists, singers, beat-boxers, tap dancers, fire breathers and comic actor.
At 10pm the seating is reduced from 500 to 200, and the show is short term with different content. At midnight it's shorter still, seueing into a riotuous dance club enviroment with a DJ as the wall panels open up, unifying the different into more of a single space.




Roxy Regional Theatre

100Franklin Street.
Clarkesville Tennessee
Bookings: (931) 645 7699

All Night Strut

A delightful romp through the dance and music of the 1939s and 40s, The All Night Strut is bursting at the seams with jazz, blues, bebop and American ongbook standards, weaviong together the work of legendary songwriters as Hoagy Carmichael, Franl Loesser, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Cab Callaway and the Gershwins.
Kicking off the run on Thursday, February 14, at 6pm, a special Valentine's package, "Martinin Night:" featuring an unforgettable evening of cocktails and sumptuos hors d'oeuvres, followed by the 7pm performance. catered by Yada Yada Seli, the evening's menu includes chicken salad in phyllo cups, meat and cheese charsuterie, caprese salad skewers. meatball sliders, twide-baked baby potatoes, assorted deserts - and, last but not least, vodka and gin martinis with alll the fixin's. (Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available).
Season: February 14 - March 2. 2019


The Vagina Monologues

Funny, outrageous, emotionally affecting and occasionally anry...Esler's wildly popular series of monologuea about women and performed by women is back for the 17th year with the Roxy Regional Theatre's presentation of The Vagina Monologuea.
This year, members of the theatre's professional company and special guests from the community will take the stage of the otherspacek the 50 seat black-box theatre located upstairs at the roxy, readings of these monologues based on interviews Eve Ensler condicted with 200 women about their views on sex, relationships and violence against women.
Brooke Leigh Davis, a roxy newcomer who will aldo be appearing in the upcoming mainstage production of Charlotte's Web and The Allnight Strut;|
Emmea Jordan, who will be starring as Chsrlotte in the upcomin mainstage production of Charlotte's Web;
Melissa Schaffner, marketing director at Fort Campbell MWR;
Nicolette Tomaszewski, clinical therapist at the Clarkesville Sexual Assault Centre;
Alexandra West, whom audiences may remember as Magenta in The Rocky Horror Show this past fall.

An Obie Award-winning whirlwind tour of a forbissen zone. The Vagina Monologues introduces a wildly divergent gathering of female voices, inclufing a six-year old girl, a septuagenarian New Yorker, a vagina workdhop particiapnt, a woman who witnesses the brth of her granddaughter, a bostonian survivor of rape, and a feminist happy to have found a man eho "liked to look at it."
Contibutions will be collected wach night for the Clarkesville Sexual Assault Centre, which provides counselling and support of children and adult cictims of sexual abuse and community education programs to reduce the risk of vistimisation.
The Vagina Monologues is presented in the otherspace, the 50-seat black-box theatre located upstairs at the Roxy, and plays at 8pm fot dox nights only ; January 18, 19, 35,, 26, February 1 & 2. 2019. Due to language and content, this production is recommended for mature audiences only.

Aurora Theatre Company
2081 Addison St. Berkeley. CA.
Bookings: (510) 843-4822.



Creditors is a powerful psychodrama about a sexual triangle taken to destructive. Adfolph is a painter who has taken up dculpture, has been befriended by Gustav, who both inspires him and feeds his mind with doubts about Tekla, Adolf's novelist wife. In this real-time tragi-comic classic, we watch their takeaway web of deceit and shifting power grow ever more deadly.
Season: January 25 - February 24. 2019. Venue: Mainstage.


Investigating the hot-button topics of gender and race politics, Anne Xiegler tells a story about our crippling desire to fit in.
Amber and Tom, both freshmanat Princeton, spend a drunken night together. Soon after they find themselves testifying at a sexual misconduct hearing. As the two students, one black and one white, tell their stories to the audience, we are left wondering how to find certainty and justice when tere ar three sides to every story.
Season opens March 8. 2019

The Importance of Being Earnest

One of the funniest comedies ever scribed. Oscar Wilde's most popular play has entertained theatre-goers for over a century.
Everyone is in love with Ernest, the irrestible bad boy of London society. The trouble is Ernest doesn't exist.
Oscar Wilde fills this uprosrious farce with delicious bon mots, as two pairs of young lovers scramble to untangle their own web of lies and win approval of the imperious Lacy Bracknell.
Seasonopens April 12. 2019.

The Year of Magical Thinking

In this dramatic adaption of her critically lauded, National Book Award winning memoir,. Joan Didion transforms thne story of the unexpected loss of her husband, novelist John Gregry Dunne, and the illness of their daughter, Quintana, into a stunning one act play.
In her grief, Didion found herself living inside self-protective delusions in the form of :magical thinking" for she knows if she falls into the "vortex" of reality, she will be lost.
Season opens June 21. 2019


Concert Hall, Californian Center for the Arts
Escondido CA.



La Mirada Performing Arts Center
La Mirada California


McCallum Theatre
Palm Desert CA








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