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Ballet Jörgen du Canada

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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.

2017 Season






The National Ballet of Canada


Opera - Canada


Theatre - Canada


Courthouse theatre
Festival Theatre
Royal George Theatre

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Ticket information and brochures can be obtained through the Shaw Festival Box Office or website:

eCourthouse theatre

2017 Season

1837: The Farmers' Revolt

A modern Canadian classic about the first stirrings of nationhod.
A handful oof immigrant farmers have been struggling for years to turn Upper Canada's forests into farmland; now they are told that their land has been dished out to government cronies. With William Lyon Mackenzie as their leader, a band of desperate men and women march down Toronto's Yonge Street.
First seen in 1973, this modern Canadian classic uses a vaudevillian combination of words and music to tell the story of an uprising that paved the way for nationhood.
Season: May 7 - October 8. 2017.

Ancrocles and the Lion

A fable more than 18 centurries old. Shaw's version borrows a pagan tale to take on an unholy alliance of religion and power.
In ancient Rome a group of early Christians wait to be thrown to the lions in the Colosseum. some are more eager to be matyers than others; the Romans just think they are call crazy. Shaw takes the fable of the man who pulled a thorn from the lion's [paw as the starting point for one of his funniest plays.
this revival will be a daring theatre expriemnt everyone in the room, actors and audeince, will have the chance to get involved, Ready to play?
The Shaw Ensemble invites you to join them in creating an experinece that will be different every time.
Season: June 6 - October 7. 2017.


Wild Tales

Stories for children by Oscar Wilde.
Four beautiful and funny tales, wiht an interactive twist: each show will be different.
Oscar Wilde's genius never blazed more brightly than in The Happy Prince, The Nightingale and The Rose, The Remarkable Rocket and The Selfish Giant. In these tales, created to delight and inspire the child in each of usm he conjures a fantastical world in which statues, birds and even fireworks have the power of eloquent speech. And yet, in the end, his stories are about the most human things of all: kindness, grief and love.
Season: June 8 - October 7. 2017

Calling all children!
We wnat you not only to see Wild Tales but to make it happen. Sigh up in advance for the pre-show one-hour workshop with actors hat that heps create the magic on stage, and your whole family will see and hear your work.
For ages 6 to 12, Workshop begins 60 minutes before each performance at the Court House theatre. Space is very limited



Festival Theatre

2017 Season

Me and My Girl

A joyous Pygmalion-inspied musical reworked by Stephen Fry.
This delightful comic romp from the thirties follows the fortunes of Bill Snibson, a proud Cockney who is amazed to hear that he' actually the fourteenth Earl of Hqreford. But if he wants to claim his title, it looks as if he will have to shed his old life - and love.
Season: April 5 - October 15. 2017


Saint Joan

A new production of Shaw's masterpiece.
Saint Joan is Bernard Shaw's greatest play. Ai its centre is the most remarkable teenage girl in history. But who is she?The devinely-inspired saviour of France? A dangerously clever charlatan? Or a pathetically deluded vountry girl? It all depends on your point of view. whatever she is, eeventually Joan is bound to become an emabarressment to the male-dominated world she has turned upside down. And then what?Season: May 3 - October 15. 2017.


Liz Lochead's sexy and briloliant adaptation of Bram Stoker's gothic classic.
Liz Lochhead's stunning version of Bram Stoker's Gothic classic is all about repressed erotic hunger; in Victorian England, men are as terrified of female desires as they are of blood0sucking vampires. Sexy, funny and scary, this is red-blooded theatre that will leave your senses on fire.
Seasaon: July 8 - October 14. 2017




Royal George Theatre

2017 Season

The Madness of George III

Alan Bennet's politcal comedy; a smash hit athe National Theatre, and an equally successful film.

Alec Bennett;s most popular play is about real men and women behind the icons we create. King George III may have ben annointed by God, but when he starts to lose control of his speech and his bodily functions it;s ]clear that he's all too human.
Part political comedy, part touching love story, where better to stage the greatest crisis og GeorgeIII's reign than in our very own Royal Georger Theatre.
Season: April 17 - October 15. 2917.

Dancing a Lughnasa

In the 1930's, five unfoegettable women try to eke out an existance in Ireland, the land where no tears are without laughter, and no laughter is without tears. Each woman is filled with passionate longing, and yet they deal with it in their own, different ways - except when they are all equally possessed by the spirit of the dance, welling up from the burued, ancient powers of their native land.
Season: May 14 - October 15. 2917.

An Octoroon

Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins edgy and hilarious riff on Dion Boucicasult's 19th century slavery play.
When Dion Boucicault wrote The Octoroon in 1859, it was considered a masterpiece. Its story of a platation owner falling for a woman of a mixed race was taken as a bold plea for racial tolerance; now it just seems embarrassingly racist. So why has America's hottest young black playwright decideed te rescue such a play from obscurity?
Season: Jluly 16 - October 14. 2017




Maxwell Studio Theatre

2017 Season


Will Eno's surreal response to Thornton Wilder's Our Town is funny and moving; a modern American classic.
In th3e most average town in North America, a group of average people are living average lives of quiet desperation. and yet, somehow, in the midst of all this iosolation, the most basic humena urge persists: the desire to matter to someone else. They may go about it in bizzare ways, but everone in Miggletown is looking for love.
Season: July 13 - September 19. 2017


A brilliant new pice on former Prime Miniater Joe Clark: idealism vs dirty politics; a defying moment in Canadian history.
One of Canada's most celebrated playwrights take on one of its least celebrated leaders. Joe Clark's career as prime minister lasted barely longer than Michael Healey's razor-sharp new comedy. 1979 is a touching portrait of a politician who really wnatds top serve his country. But if he won't bend the rukes to hold on too power, how will he achieve anything?
Seaon: October 1 - 14. 2017



The Princess of Wales Theatre

300 King St. Toronto

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Centaur TheatreCompany
photographer DANIELLE dEMERS
Bookings: 514 288 3161

Centaur Theatre's 47th Season Lineup




When Hosanna, a.k.a. Claude Lemieux returns home in tears after being pranked at a Halloween party, the Cleopatra impersonator is forced to face the illusions and insecurities that surround her.
Passionate, fierce, vulnerable...when the spotlight fades away, who is Hosanna?
Sesason: July 6 -23. 2017.

Quand Hosanna, alias Claude Lemieux, rentre en larmes à la maison aprés avoir été victome d;une blague lors d'un party d'Hollween, le personnificateur de Cleopatra est forcé d'affronter les illusions et les insécurités qui l'entourent.
Passionnée, féroce, vulnérable,,,sans la scène et son public. qi est vraiment Hosanna?
Saison: Du 6 au juillet. 2017.

Playing with Fire - The Theo Fleury Story

You don't need to know anything about hockey to love the exhilerating heart-breaking, and triumphant true story of Courageous Canadian hockey legend, Theo Fleury. With the odds stacked against him, considered too short to play hockey, the pint-sized Métis kid with huge ambitions from Russel, Stanley Cup and represent Canada twice in the Olympic Games where he earned a Gold Medal. A top scoring hit performed entirely on ice!
Season: October 3 - 29. 2017.

The 39 Steps

Rodney Hannay, a suspected murderer is caught in a web of international intrigue and suspense in this rollicking, edge-on-your-seat thriller made famous by the classic Akfred Hitchcock film. Handcuffed to a beautiful woman convinced of his guilt, the accidental hero must stay one step ahead of Scotland Yard to prove his innocence and stop a lethal ring of spies. Lives hang in the balance, often literally, in this thearical mission-wuite-impossible, packed with hilarious film noire allusions. The entire escapade is performed by four actors, switching characters at lightning speed ofr maximum spoof effect.
Season: November 14 - December 10. 2017.

The Baklawa Recipe

1960s Quebec juxtoposed with contemporary society seen trough the immigrent lens. Two young Lebanese women emigrate from their homeland to start new lives in Ville-St-Laurent. Forever bound they marry two Canada0born Lebanese brothers, they struggle to integrate the traditional female roles of their vlose-knit community with the emerging face of the independent woman of the feminist movement. The mothers and their first-generation Canadian daughters personify the challenges of living between two worlds. Two generations of women, their joys and compexities, as warm and sweet as Baklawa.
Season: January 23 - Februiary 18. 2018.



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





Ballet - China


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Theatre - China


\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.




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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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The Broadway Theatre
Bookings: 020 8690 0002

Main Theatre


The Studio Theatre


PH. 020 7452 3000

Cottosloe Theatre


Lyttelton Theatre


Olivier Theatre


The 02 Arena


Studio Theatre



West Yorkshire Playhouse

Booking: 0113 213 7700
Playhouse Square Quarry Hill, Leeds.



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Musêe Du Quai Branly


Bavarian State Opera House


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Culteral Palace
Ulaan Bator





Royal New Zealand Ballet

Romeo and Juliet

A sunlit piazza, the candlelit corner of a noble ballroom, a mopnlit balcony. where young lovers meet, the world is stilled...then chaged forever.
Artistic Director and choreographer Francesco Ventriglia creates a new version of the world's greatest love story, especially for the Royal New Zealnd Ballet: the compnay's first new production of Romeo and Juliet since 2003. Inspired by Franco Zeffirelli's classic 1968 film, this will be a hot-blooded, passionate re-telling of Shakespeare;s play that is sure to resonate with lovers of dance, drama nnd pure romance.
Season: August 16 - September 24. 2017

Tutus on Tour

Working in partnership with our Communityu and education programme, Tutu on Tour 2017 will take dancers from the RNZB into seven regional centres, with performances tailor-made for smaller venues, and sutable for all ages.
When performances are on weekdays, local schools will have the opportunity to get up close to the RNZB during the day with Ballet in a Box, observing the dancers' daily warm up, watchimg them perform brief works, and then exploring their world via a Q & A session. In the evening, the dancers will present a performance of classic and contemporary repertoire, in full costume. For weekend dates, members of the public will be invited to watch the dancers prepare with class on stage, earlier in the same day.
Repertoire may vary from centre to centre, and will be announced in advance of each mini-tour.
Season & Venues:
Timaru Theatre Royal June 23. 2017
Ashburton Ashburton Trust Event Centre August 23. 2017
Gisborne Mameorial Theatre September 27. 2017.


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."









Auckland Theatre Company
Bookings:(09) 309 0390


BATS Theatre
1 Kent Terrace Mt. Victoria. Wellington

Circa Theatre

Bookings: 04 801 7992

Circa 1


High Old Times Down on the Farm

With Weed, Oscar-nominated McCarten has us laughing as his typical Kiwi characters valiantly strive to beat the system and win the day! A genuine comic gem.
It's the 90s ... and the farm is struggling. Henry Donovan is being forced into a mortgage sale of his farm. but thankfully, his mate Jack Riorden has a cunning plan. Fired up by a marketing conference, they decide to go for broke and griw a cash ctrop of marijuana.
Terry, a young woman Henry met in Wellington, turns up and Jack enlists the ais of his hapless nephew, Hugh. Can these partners in crime go for the green, beat the bankers and save the farm? Is this "gras" the solvency solution or will the dodgy joint venture just go to pot and their dreams go up in smoke?
Season: July 1 - 29. 2017


Circa 2

The First Time

The First Time explores the lives of women as they encounter the setbacks that being a young person brings, for the first time. Walk through the minds of five women as they fearlessly question the messiness that being a young person brings.
Season: June22 - July 1. 2017/

Destination Beehive 2017

Join the funniest party in town, as a fresh batch of political die-hards yie for your vote in their relentless race towards...Destination Beehive.
Don't miss this brand new comedy, packed with great music, dlick moves and sharp political satire.
The spinners and the winners,. the wannabees, the has-beens and never have-beens sing and dance their way through gaffes and faux-pas, infighting and back-biting, bad polls and loop holes, as they bolt for the back benches.
Season: July 8 -August 5. 2017

Imrov for Kids

July school holidays
Kids love theatre that's interactive and so do the Impovisors. Kids (and their grown-ups) loved the 2016 season of Improv fpor Kids, so we're bringing it back!
Season: July 11 - 22. 2017.

Caging Skies

Johannes, a zealous member of the Vienna Hitler Youth, discovers a fateful secret - his family is hiding a young Jewish woman Elsa, in their home. Her life in his hands, Jpohannes and Elsa embbark on a gripping jpourney of obsession and love that blurs the lines between the captive and the free, the victorius and the defeated, as the horros of war unfold around them and each must find a way to survive.
From award-winning writer Desiree Gezentsvey (Nuclear Family) and visionary director Andrew Foster (Red) comes this hauntingly powerfl story that lays bare the darkest corners of the human soul. What happens when children innocently embrace an ideological lie, when parents become afraid of their own children, when the lie takes on a life of its own?
Season: August 12 - September 9. 2017 Performance times: Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30om Sunday Matinees 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.







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

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

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

Lincoln Center Festival

Where else can you experience the genius of Balanchine and Omett Coleman alongside living creative visionsries from brazil, Cape Verde, China, France, Japan, Israel, Poland, Syris, the UK and more?

Saburo Teshigawara / Karas

North american Premiere
A meditation on the nature of conaciousness from Japan's most important choreographer.
Season: July 13 - 15. 2017 Venue: Ross Theater, Jazz at Lincioln Center;s Frederick P. Ross Hall

An Evening with Carlinhos Brown

A rare New York show from one of Brazil's most beloved musicians.
Season: July 15. 2017. Venue: David Geffen Hall

Il N'est Pas Encore Minuit

The renowned French circus collective CompagnieXY infuses daredevil feats with poetic sensibilty.
Season: July 19 - 22. 2017. Venue: Ross Theater Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Ross Hall


Bolshoi Ballet, New York City Ballet, Paris Opera Ballet.
Fifty years after its premiere at Lincoln Center, three of the world's most celebrated ballet companies come together for a once-in-a-lifetime presentation of George Balanchine's masterpiece.
Season: July 20 -23. 2017 Venue: David H Koch Theater.

Bolshoi Ballet

Ballet in two acts by Jean-Christophe Maillot.
The Bolshe's incomarable dancers engage in a furiously funny battle of the sexes.
Season: July 26 - 30. 2017 Venue: David H. Koch Theater


Lincoln Center Out of Doors

Get ready for Three Weeks of Free Musin, Dance, Film and spoken word.

We kick off the 2017 season with a diverse lineup of some of music's most talented women musicians who will launch NPR Music's Turning the Tables Love a yearlong project that5 retells the story of pop music with women at the center.
Then we've got three full weeks of world -class performances, including:
The Nostros Festival, a night of Latinx music, poetry, and activism, curated by Hurray for the Riff Raff's Alynda Segarra.

The Paul Taylor Dance Company performing with live musical accompaniment by the vocal trio Duchess.

Double Dutch Summer Classic National Competition at Lincoln Center during Family Weekend.

Angelique Kidjo's rendition of the classic Talking Heads album, Remain in Light.

a "silent" screening of The Big Lebowski.

the New York preniere if Miguel Atwood-Ferguson's I Dilla-inspired opus. Such for Ma Dukes, and much more.

Rest up! It's gonna be qan amazing summer.


Gerald W. Lynch Theater
at John Jay College

Opening Skinner's Box

Adapted from the book by Lauren Slater."
A faxinating tour of 10 famous 20th century psychological experiemnts by one of Britain's most inventive theater companies.
Season: July 10- 12. 2017.


While I Was Waiting

A gripping portrait of modern-day Syria through the story of one middle-class family.
Performed in Arabic with English surtitles.
Season: July 19 - 22. 2017

To the End of the Land

A powerful drama of love, family and war based on David Grossman's critically acclaimed novel.
Season: July 24 - 27. 2017.


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
New York City Center
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


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

Clarkesville Tennessee
Bookings: (931) 645 7699


Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Back by popular demand following 2014's limited run upstairs in the Roxy Regional Theatre's theotherspace, now Executive Director Ryan Bowie reprises his tour de force performance of John Cameron Mitchell's groundbreaking award-winning musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch in a prodution completely re-imagined for the mainstage.
Aiming to tear down conventional boundaries while addressing such themes as gender identity and the quest for love, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is funny, toching and ultimately inspiring to anyone who has ever felt life gave them an inch when they deserved a mile. Due to language and adult content, this production is recommended for mature audiences only.
Season: June 30 - July 15. 2017.


Roxy Regional Theatre - Cloarkesville Tennessee

Calliong ALl Munchkins! Chidrens Auditions for The Wizard of Oz at the Roxy Regional Tehatre.

Local youth will have the opportunity to work alongside professional actors when the Roxy Regional Theatre holds childrens auditions for Munchkina and other ensemble characters in Teh Wizard of Oz on Saturday July 8, at noon.

Childern aged 8 and up should come p[repared with 'Ding Dong@ The Witch is Dead' and be dressed to move in comfortable clothing and shoes, as the audition will also provide a dance portion. All auditionees will sing through the dong with the recorded track prior to indiveidual auditions. To avoid distraction parents will be asked to wait in the lobby during the auditions.

Performances run from September 8. 2017 through September 30. 2017. Although The Wizard of Oz will play weekly matinees for school groups, those children who we cast will only need to be present for the evening performances.
Children's rehaersala will begin Thursday, July 20, from 1pm - 2.30pm
A tentative rehearsal and performance schedule, along with sheet music and reference track for "Ding Dong!The Witch is Dead," can be found online at




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



a revolution grows violent in an unnamed country while four women await the arrival of its embattled dictator inside the opulent Presidential Palace - his wife, her best friend, a British journalist and a translator. As the political tension escalates, time refracts and earlier scenes replay from different perspectives.
Season: opens June 23. 2017.

Luna Gale

Carolien, a social worker, struggles to find the "best" home for a child in Rebecca Gilman's latest play. Gilman is known for masterfully tackling social issues with arresting, conversation-starting dramas. Luna Gale is both heartrending and hopefull as it wrestles with grave moral dilemnas and resists easy answerea.
Season open September 1. 2017.

The Royale

From marco Ramirez, the award-winning author of the hit TV series Orange is the New Black and Sons of Anarchy, comes a tightly constructed viscerally theatrical tale. It's 1905, and Jay "The Dport" Jackson is ready to take on both the current heavyweight champion and the entrnched discrimination of the Jim Crowe era - but is America ready for him?
Season opens November 3. 2017

Widowes Houses

When Harry Trench, a well-intentioned young doctor falls in love with hot-tempered Blances Sartotius, he never suspects that his propesctive father-in-law's fortune is derived from ruthless schemes to exploit the poor. Can the young lovers' passion survive this fall fromn innocence?
Season opens January 26. 2018.

A Number

Bernard has juist discovered that he's not the only Bernard: he's been cloned. By a marvel of genetic science, Bernard's father was able to make faithful copies of his beloved son. Soon Bernard, his father, and the duplicae Bernards are swept up in a compelling and emotional quest to find the truth of the matter, and the truth of what matters.
Season opens March 9. 2018

Eureka Day

At forward-thinking Eureka Day School, all decisions are made by consensus and everyone's opinion is valued. But when a crisus puts their children in danger, it turns out that Eureka Day parents have different opinions of safety. The debate over vaccinations hits home in this comedy of liberal manners, as the school community confronts the central question of our era: how do you find consenus when you can;t agree on the facts?
Season opens April 13. 2018

Dry Powder

After throwing himself a lavish engagement party in the same week his private equity firm forced job cuts at a national retailer, Rick is facing a PR disaser complete with angry protesters and scathing editorials. Luckily one of his Managing directors has the ideal fix: a cheap buyout of an American manufacturer that will grow jobs and save face.
Season opens JUne 22. 2018.


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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