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Winners of the 2020 Nathan Cohen Awards Announced

Despite an arts season drestically reduced by the COVIC-19 pandemic, the Canadian Theatre Critics Association was still able to present its 2020 Nathan cohen Awards fro excellence in critical writing.
Long-time Toronto-based dance critic Deisre Kelly won the Outstanding Review award for “Danse Macabre: Three Works by the National Ballet of Canada” - a review of one of the classical dance comoany's final performances in Toronto before the lockdowns in early March. Her review was published on March 19, 2020, by the indie digital arts publication Critics At Large.
The Outstanding Critical Essay award went to Vancouver-based theatre collaborators Quelemia Sparrow and Lois Anderson for their co-authored article “Camas Lilies and Lysistrata.” A behind-the-scenes look at the reinterpretation of Aristophane's Lystistrata for Bard on the Beach, it appeared in the winter issue of Canadian Theatre Review.
The annual awards recognise outstanding performing arts critism by Canadian-based writers published over the past theatre season. This year's guest judge was New York theatre and cultural critic Jose Solis, a New YorkTimes contributor and co-host of the podcast series Token Theatre Friends.
Mr Solis said he felt "chills" reading Miss Kelly's review, in which the critic brings an awareness of the burgoning pandemic to the subjects and performances of the National Ballet program. He called it "the perfect review for 2020, the kind where our own humanity can't help but burst from the page. It really beutifully sums up the limbo that we are in now, but I was also left with a lot of hope."
Of Ms Sparrow's and Ms Anderson's essay focussing the indigenous element of their Lysistrata production, Mr Solis said, " I was in awe of the journey that it took me on." He praised how the essay evolved from a personal account to "a devastating call to action by highlighting the unjust treatment of indigenous actors who are often asked to work twice as hard in order to find safe work conditions and thrive artistically in a dehumanizing field."
In the Review category Mr Solis gave honourable mention to Martin Morrow’s critique of The Jungle at Toronto's Tarragon Theatre, published in The Globe and Mail, andand Carly Maga’s review of the North American touring production of Cats which appeared in the Toronto Star. Honourable mentions in the Critcal Essay category went to Kelly Nestruck's piece “Reading plays in a pandemic” in the Globe and Miss Maga's Jagged Little Pill the musical offers a whole new generation permission to be angry,” published in the Star.
The Outstanding Emerging Critic award, introduced in 2019, was not given out this year but will return in 2021.
The Nathan Cohen Awards, established in 1981 by the Toronto Drama Bench, are named after the legendary Toronto Star and CBC critic Nathan Cohen (1923-1971). Since 1990, they have been administered as national awards by the Canadian Theatre Critics Association. A history of the awards and list of past recipients may be found on the CTCA website.
This year's awards were presented earlier this month at the CTCA's annual general meeting, held for the first time by video conference.

 
     
     

 

 

Ballet

Canada's Royal Winnepeg Ballet

 

 

Ballet Jörgen du Canada
Bookings: 416-961-4725

 

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.
Canada's Ballet Jörgen is delighted to announce it has been awarded the Safe Travel Stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) for adopting health and hygiene global standardize protocols. The Safer Travels Stamp is an international symbol designed to allow travellers to recognise governments and companies around the world, which have adopted health and hygiene, standardized protocols - so consumers can experience Safe Travels.
As the Company works towards returning to live programming, the top priority is the health and safety of the artists, staff, audiences and the communities the Company visit. By adopting the WTTC's Safe Travel Protocols the Company is committed to a safe return to programming at the Company's home studios in Toronto and across Canada.

The Nutcracker - A Canadian Tradition

Seasons and Venues :

Hamilton December 4. 2021

Brantford December 5. 2021

St Catherines December 14 & 15. 2021

Huntcville Decenber 18. 2021 Matinee

Huntsville December 18 .2021 Evening

Kitchenor December 28. 2021 Matinee & Evening.

 

 


 

 






 



 
 

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

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SHAW FESTIVAL

Shaw Festival advises as the number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario increases the Shaw Festival is forced to cancel its wnnual presentation of A Christmas Carol at the Royal George Theatre
Since 1017, the Shaw's production of A Christmas Carol has been a defining tradition during the holidays in Miagara-on-the-Lake. This season , historic Old town will be mnissing one of its mainstay holiday events, however the town will still be filled with holiday cheer.
Despite the disappointment of cancelling A Christmas Carol Shaw continues to move forward with hope and find ways to share the art in Niagqra-on-the-Lake. Thanks to the compny's partnersat FedDev Ontario, the company has a series of outdoor concerts where the company showcase the joy of live performance until the company is able to gather togbether in the theatres.
while Shaw's theatres remain empty in 2020, plans are already underway for the 2021 season .
TICKET INQUIRIES:
ticket hoders to cancelled performances of A Christmas Carol will have the full value of their tickets held on their acount. a team of box office representatives is working remotely to contact ticket holders to discuss options such as leaving money on account for future exchanges, convering the tiket value to a charitable donation of issuing a refuind.
IN the meantime, patrons can visit shawfest.com fot more information and direct any ticket related questions to feedback@shawfest.com

 


 

Festival Theatre

Season 2022

Gypsy

Gypsy Rose Lee was the wprld's most famous striptease artist: Momma Rose the ultimate stage mother. Follow the extraordinary story in Strephen Sondheim's timeless musical about sex, power and longing. With legendary songs, including Let Me Entertain Youu and Everything's Coming Uo Roses. Gypsy remains America's greatest musical.
Season: May 7 - October 10. 2022.

The Devil's Disciple

"History, Sir, will tell lies, as usual.

Dick Dudgeon os one of Shaw's great puzzles. To the people of his Revolution-era New England town he is "the Devil's disciple". But when British soldiers come to take their Presbyterian minister to the gallows for helping the rebels, Susgeon does something truly remarkable. A potent mixture of sex and danger. Shaw's forst major hit has some of his best scens and his sharpest comedy.
Season: June 11 - October 8. 2022.

Sherlock Holmes and The rAven's Curse

He's back. Everyone's favourite detective retrns to The Shaw - but this time it's personal. When a much-loved uncle dies in mysterious circumstances. Sherlock must revisit the scenes (and loves) of his youth. Is there reall a curse on his family? Will he- perhaps his beautiful and brilliant cousin - be the cext victim? Holmes and Watson have to race against time to silve the puzzle.
Season: July 15 - October 10. 2022.

Holiday Inn by Irving Berlin

"It's a good idea to pause in our pursuit of happiness tp just be happy"

The cherished holiday classic is cpming back to The Shawin time for Christmas. Jim quits showbiz and the bright lights of New York City for a quiet Connecticut farmhouse. There he meets Linda - tap-dancing schoolteacher who has never forgotten her stage dreams - and together they turn the profit-losing farmhouse into a spectacular inn, open only on holidays.
Some of the greatest Irving Berlin's songs - including Cheek to Cheek, Easter Parade, and White Christmas are Brought to the stage with glorious siinging and dancing. This fun-;oving, tap-dancing, rib-tickling romantic comedy will kick-start your holiday season.
Season: November 14 - Decemer 23. 2022,

 

 

 

Royal George Theatre

2022 Season

Charley's Aunt

Today's the day, if Charlie and Jack don't tell Amy and Kitty how they feel about them, the college term will finish and they may never see them again. but their planto invite the young ladies for lunsh depends on the prescenc of Charlie's visiting Brazilian aunt. When she lets them down at the last moment, all hope seems to have gone. Except thast their friend, Fancourt Babberley happens to be on his eay to a fancy-dress oarty...hilarity ensues in this laugh out-loud comedy.
Season: May 1- October 10. 2022

Flush

" Yes; Flush was worthy of Miss Barrett; Miss Barrett was worthy of flush

One of the greatest love stories of all time, seen through the eyes of a dog. Not any old dog:Flush was the subject of some delightful verses by Elizabeth Barrett, the invalid poet who amazed the world by eloping with Robert Browning.
Virginia Woolf's 'biography' of one of history's greatest cocker spaniels is a comic masterpiece about much more than a dog.
Season: June 3 - October 2. 2022

A Christmas Carol

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

Ebenzer Scrooge is back! Nestled in the heart of the ultimate Chrstmas village, the xharming hioliday favourite.
A Christmas Carol returns to The Shaw Festival's royal George Theatrre. It's the perfect reminder of what Christmas is all about. Arrive feeling :Blah, humbug!" and leave full of warm, fuzzy Christmas spirit.
Season: November 12 - Desember 23. 2022.


 

Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre

Desire Under the Elms

"I got to thinki' how I'd love ye. It hurt like somethin' was bustin' in my chest an' head."

Eugene O'Neill's masterpiece of erotic desire takes a Greek tragedy and sets it on an american Gothic farmstead. The son can see that his father's new young wife plans to push him out. His passionate hatred for her is only matched by hers for him. Blinded by passion, they are set on a collision course. but the rest of the world is not blind.
Season: July 3 - October 8. 2022

Trouble in Mind

"You can't lose yourself, you are you... and you can't get away.

This should have been the first play by a Black woman on Broadway. But in 1055 Alice Childress refused to have it staged on the Great White Way. Why. Why? Because it is a play about white people putting on plays about Black people and the compromises that Black artists have to make work in the prevailing culture. Childress chose not to make the kind of compromise that Willetta, th4e heroins of her play, has spent her life wrestling with.
an devastatingly observant satire on the rehearsal hall as a microcosm of society. This funny and moving play is a piece for our times.
Season: August 8 - October 9. 2-22

 

 

The Princess of Wales Theatre

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CENTAUR THEATRE
Centaur TheatreCompany
photographer DANIELLE dEMERS
Bookings: 514 288 3161


All I Want for Christmas

The first main stsge production of the season sees the return of one of Centaur's foremost vreators and actors. Foillowing her triumphant 2019 success with the fully improvised Blind Date Rebecca Northan brings a brand nes scripted play to Centaur. All I Want for Christmas playingNovember 16 to December 6, 2021 opens with two centerian elves receiving a surprising and unprecented 'Dear Santa' package and the North Pole is thrust into hilarity and more than the usual last-minute Christmas chaos.
Single tickets go on sale for
Go Live @ Cenataur members, September 20 and will be available to the generalpublic as of October 11.

Kicking off 2022, the Wildside Festival celebrates 25 years of audacious, bold theaqtre with a mix of on-stage and online performances. Created by Centaur's Associate Artist, Rose Plotek, from January 10 to 23, 2022. Centaur is turning the heat way up thus year with some of Montral's exciting theatre creators and for the third consecutive year, Theâtr La Chapelle will ber a festival partner. Details about "the hottest two weeks of winter" will be revealed later this fall.

Kisses Deep

The second main stage production of the season is an historical moment for two landmark Montreal theatres. Centaur Theatre and the renowned Theâtre cu Nouveau Monde team up for the first time to co-produce a world premiere. January 25 to February 13, 2022. Eda holmes dircts both the French and English productions pf Embarasse/Kisses Deep written by one of Quebec's leading contemporary playwrights, Michel Marc bouchard and translated by the esteemed Linda Gaberiau.
High fashion and the relationship between suffering and creativity take centre stage when a yuoung man obsessed with Yves St-Laurent sets out to design the perfect dress to redeem his mother's reputation when she appears for her day in court.
Single tickets for Kisses Deep and Wildside 25, go on slae for Go Live @Centaur members November 1 and will be available to the general public as of november 15. 2021.

 


Go Live @ Centaur

Le Centaur est très heureux d'announcer sa 53e saisin: un mélange exceptionnel de grandes productions, d'un important anniversaire, d'un partenariat artistique historique pour le théâtre montréslais et d'une toute nouvelle façon de fréquenter du théâtre sur scène, grâce au nouveau programme d'adhésion Go Live @ Centaur.
A comptor d'aujourd'hui, les ashésions Go Live @ Centaur sont disponibles pour le grand public à 3 niveaux de prix adulte (C75 $), aîné-e-s ((C62 $) wt moind de 39 ans (C40 $). Le coût de l'adhésion comprend l'entree gratuite à la première selection de pièces wt 25% de redeuction sur les ach ats de billets simples pour les autres productions de la scène ptincipale Les membres benéficieront également de réductions spéciales d'autres évèn ements au Cantaur tout au long de la saison. Cliqueez IC pour tous les détails.

Brave New Looks Centaur

La saison débute le 2 septembre par une série de 10 représentations dans le cadre de Brave News Looks @ Centaur (BNL) Cette Année, l'ouvre retenue est une coproduction d'Onidks et d'Imago Theatre Okinum écrite, co-mise e scène et interprétée [ar Émilie Monnet. Okinum significant <bgarrage> eplore les barrièred psychologiques. Alliantles langues des cultures cans lesquelles elle a grandi (langlais, le français, l'anishinaabémowin), les sons la video et l'art du conte. Monnet navigue sur le fleuve de la mémoire pour renuer avec les esprits et la langue de ses ancêtres. Okinum propose une scénographie particulière rassemblant sur scène les interpètes et le public. Une discussion suivre chaque représentation. Cett production lauréte du prix Indugenous Voices 2021, sera à l'affiche jusqu'au 11 septembre, avec un nombre de places réduit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Royal Alexandra Theatre. Toronto
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Scotiabank Arena Toronto

 

 

 

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CHINA

Ballet - China

 

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King Kong the Musical

King Kong will make his Chinese musical debut when the 2000-pound gorilla comes reoaring onto a Shanghai stage in 2021.|
Broasway producer Carmen and Roy Furman announced the English-language production in conjunction with Harmonia, a Chinese-based theatrical group.
"There is already great anticipation and attention coming form Chinese audiences for this ground-breaking production, one that merges technology and art into an innovative world-class theatrical event" said Harmonia CEO and Founder Sophia O.

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ENGLAND

 

   

BALLET
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 and appointed Liam Scarlett as Artist in Residene in 2012.

 

   

Opera

The Royal Opera

Coraline

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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Birmingham

Resorts World Arena

 

 

 

The Broadway Theatre
Bookings: 020 8690 0002
www.broadwaytheatre.org.uk

Main Theatre

 

The Studio Theatre

 

Manchester

Manchester Arena Koala Settle

 

 

NATIONAL THEATRES
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Cottosloe Theatre

 

Lyttelton Theatre

 

Olivier Theatre

 

The 02 Arena

 

Studio Theatre

 

 

West Yorkshire Playhouse

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

 

The SSE Hydro Glasgow


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Lille

 

 

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AccorHotels Arena

 

 

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Mercedes Benz Arena

 

 

 
     
     

 

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NEW ZEALAND

Ballet

 

Royal New Zealand Ballet

RNZB News

RNZB appoints Artsitic Director.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet has appointed Patricia Barker, a former prima ballerina and current Artistic Director of Grand Rapids Ballet in Michigan U.S.A. as the RNZB'S new 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 artistic 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 honoured and delighted to provide the artistic leadership to a company full of opportunity, achievenent and wth an unique creative voice and spirit. I will preserve the rich tradition of the Royal New Zealand Ballet while building on the company's imressive repertoire 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 cultural ambassor for of New Zwaland."


RNZB National Mentor Program - Applications Now Open

A chance for commited students to be interviewed by the Royal New Zealand Ballet dancers and Artistic Team. Spend time with them during each season and get an inside eperience of life as a professional dancer. This one year program is offered to students studying intermediate and above levels of classical ballet who are aged between 13 and 17 years as at Jenuary 1. 2022.


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2022 Season

60 performances, 13 venues, 2 arts festivals and one historic move back to the St James Theatre - there's a lot to look forwardf too in 2022. With a program full of international premeires, timeless classics and brnad new wprks from New Zealand's leading coreoographrrs, welcome to the RCZB's 2022 season of dancsr. This one year programme is offered to students studying at intermediate and above levels of classical ballet who are aged between 13 and 17 years at January 1. 2022 .Learn More

Venus Rising

Three extraordinary works, by inspiring and internationally renowned choreorgraphers, capture the spirit and power of venus Rising-brightest of stars.

Aurium, an award-winning woek by Royal New Zealand Ballet alumna Alice Topp glows with inner light and profund peace.

Sarah Foster-Sproull's The Autumn Ball, commisioned for the Royal New Zealand Ballet in 2021, dances through the circle of life with tenderness, grace and floor-filling fun.

Global dance legend Twyla Tharp brings this ahowcase of top-flight international dance to a climax with the New Zealand premiere of her Waterbaby Bagatelles.
Season: February 27 - Mrch 12, 2022.

Swan Lake

Considered the greatest of all classical ballets, Swan Lake is a perfect marriage of music and dance.
With Tchaikovsky's sweeping scoe-lush, romantic, instantly recognidable- and Kristian Fredrikson's opulent designs, gorgeously lit by Jon Buswell, Swan Lake transports the audience from palace ballroom to lakeside in wave upon wave of beauty and emotion. You'll be inexporably drawn into the unfolding tragedy and exlt as the dancers bring every dramatic nuance of their iconic roles to life.
Revisiting the original production to celebrate the dramatic and technical brilliance of a new generstion of RNZB dancers, this collaboration with distinguished former Artistic Director Russell Kerr will celebrate the Company's past and bright future/
The Company is thrilled to be able to present this beautiful production, not seen on Aoteatoa since 2013, with the support of colleagues from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (Wellington), the Chrstchurch Symphony Orchestra (Christchurch) and the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra (Auckland)
Season: May 5 - June 5. 2022 Touuring Ntionally

Cinderella

From the 'dream team' who brought you 2019's dazzling Hansel and Gretel, comes a brand new ballet to celebrate the re-opening of Wellington's St James Theatre followed by a national tour.
Fresh, funny and fabulous, Cinderella is choreographed by master storyteller Loughlan Prior to a magical new score by Vlaire Owan and with fashion forward designs by Emma Kingsbury.
This thoroughky modern Cinderella presents a sparky, stylish twist on the classic tale, with a heroine who knows her own mind and a dero who follows his heart/
Season"August 3 - September 3. 2022 touring nationally.

Tutus on Tour

Patricia Baker has curated a program of works which will showcase the dancers of your national ballet company at their best, from beloved classical favourites to recent works that have claimed a rightful place on the international stage.
The pas de trois from :e Corsaire offers firecracker virtuosity. while the joyful Waltz of the Flowers and the grand pas de deux from Val Caniparoli's production of The Nutcracker look forward to Christmas with warmth and grandeur.
On the comtemporary side, Christopher Wheeldon's After the Rain pas de deux (2005) makes its RNZB debut. Gentle and tender, showing a profound connection between its performers, it is a work that is cherised by every dancer lucky enough to perform it.
Oliver Wevers' The Sofa (2013) introduces this rising atar of contemporary chorepgraphy to Aoteatoa. Rounding out thiss generous program of dance is RNZB Choreographer in Residence Shaun James Kelly's The Ground Beneath Our Feet (2019), an exuberant ballet tailor-made for the RNZB, that riddes the scintilling rhythems of its music like a roller coaster.
Season: October 7 - November 12. 2022
Touring to Wellington, Palmerston North, Napier, Roturua, Taurtanga,. Manukau, Takapuna, New Plymouth, Christchurch, Dunedin, Invercargill.

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Auckland Theatre Company
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BATS Theatre
1 Kent Terrace Mt. Victoria. Wellington
Bookings:book@bats.co.nz


Circa Theatre

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Hir

When Isaac returns from the war with a dishonouable discharge and a drug problem, he is shocked to discover that his nuclear family has gone rogue. Surrounded by the detritus of crumbling norms in a house tht never gets clean, Isac needs to relearn gamily life while his mother keeps his father docile and his younger sibling changes the world.

Waning male privelige and PTSD collide with clown makeup and radicval Faerie commune dreams, resulting in an hiliarous aqnd terrifying sydfunctional family srama for a nw era. Hir is an intelligent, heartfelt, and darkly humerous portrayal of a family in crisis.

Season: October 9 - November 6. 2021 Tuesday- Thursday 6.30pm, Friday - Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.

Crocodile Fever

Fianna Devlin crashes through the window returning to the family home. It's been 11 years since she saw her pious and guilt-ridden sister Alannah. It's 1969, and tonight, fuelled by gin, Taytos and and '80s anthems, the two sisters unite to escape the claws of a monster.
Season: September 4 - October 2. 2021.
Tuesday - Thursday 6.30pm. Friday - Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.

The Little Mermaid

Why a pantomine set under the sea? Simon Leary says so many fairy tales are set in the woods. We've been to the botanical garens, Zealandia, the town belt, The Little Mermaid excited us because we could make use of our harbour city and get out of the woods and into the sea.
As always, this Panto offers fun for all the family and includes a familiar Pantomine traditions and hijinks. So "look out behind you" and make sure you have your tivkets to this swimmingly, fabulous, fun, frolic in the sea.
Season: November 19 December 23. 2021 Times: tuesday to Saturday 6.30pm. Sunday 4pm. Matinees 2pm. 4, 11, and Decmber 18.
NZSL Perfoprmance December 4 at 6.30pm.

 

 

   

CIRCA 2

Sundays at Ira's

Jane's Great Aunt Alice was as close personal friend of Ira Gershwin and was a regular guest at his Sunday Soiréws. Other regulars were Bole Porter, Irving Berlin, Noel coward, George Gershwin and many others.
Season: September 18 - October 2. 2021.
Tuesday - Saurday 7.30pm Sunday 4.30pm.


Live Through This

A walking tour of Wellington's video shops, a relentless excavation of one woman's emotional archeology, a celebration of friendship, love, loss, and Te Whangnui-a-Tara.
Live Through This is a theatrical offering that combines two solo shows into one moving, funny and unforgettable evening.
Season: October 23 - November 13. 2021. Times: Saturday 7.30pm Sunday 4.30pm


Hole

Hole isan eco-powered black comedy about a scientist, an activist, a Navy SEAL, and one huge life threateniing ozone hole.
Based on true-life experiences, Hole is set in the long Antarctic summer of 1986.
New Zealnd scientist Stella, Inane. a US Navy SEAL from Samoa, and Greenpeace activist BGonny, all ahve their own personal agnedas whivh bring them to the ice. What unfolds is a dark, funny and monumental as the discovery of the ozone hole itself.
Season: November 20 - December 19. 2021. Times: Tuesday - Saturday 7.30 pm Sunday 4.30 pm

 

   

The Civic Theatre
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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
Wellington
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Te Auaha- NZ Institute of Creativity
65 Dixon St. Wellington
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SINGAPORE

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Capitol Theatre

17 Stamford Road.

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USA

Ballet

 

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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Opera

     
 

The Metropolitan Opera

Verdi's Rewuiem" The Met Remembers 9/11

In commemeoration of the 20th Aniversary of 9/11, Musical director Yannick Nezet-Séguin leads a special performance of Verdi's stirring Requiem, featuring the incomparable MetOrchestra and Chorus and fu=our of today's moat compelling artists - Ailyn Pérez, mezzo-soprano Elïna Garanca, tenor Matthew Polenzani, and bass-baritoe Eric Owens. The concert will also be broadcast live on PBS hosed by Mary Copeland. LEARN MORE
Please note that all attendees must wear a facemask while inside the Met and provide proof of full vaccination againdt COVID-19.

Met Opera on Demand

It's the last week to save on the Met's popular streaming service. With this special offer, you can access a full year of extraordinary opera fir just US$99.99.
Relive unfoprgettable Met moments and explore the full catalog of more than 750 complete performancvces-including Live on HD transmissions, classic telecasts, and historic radio broadcasts-anytime, anywhere on all your favourite devices. SUBSCRIBE NOW WATCH TRAILER

At thia time, the Met Opera on Demand apps for Apple TV, iPad, andiPhone are only abailable in the App Store in ther following countires, USA, Albania, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemberg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rpmania, Russia, Slovalia, South Africa. Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and UK.

Nightly Opera Streams

During this extraordinary and difficult time, the Metro hopes to brighten the lives of the ausience members evenwhile the stage is dark. Each say, a different encore presentation from the company's Live in HD series is being made avaiable for free streaming on the Met website, with each performance available for a period of 23 hours, from 7.30pm EDT until 6.30pm the following day. The schedule will include outstanding complete performances from the past 14 years of cinema transmissions, starring all of opera's greatest singers.
The streams are also avaible through the Met Opera on Demand, apps for Apple, Amazon, and Roku devices and Samsung Smart TV. To address them without logging in, click "Browse and Preview" in the apps for connected TV and "Explore the App" on tablets and mobile devises/.

Met Stars Live in Concert: New Events!

Last Sunday's breathtaking performance, starring sopranos Atlyn Pérez and Nadine Sierra and mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonardm is available on demand now through to Friday, June 4. 2021. The three dazzling divas sing a program of arias, duets, and trios, transmitted via satellite from the spectacular Royal Opera in Frnace's Palace of Versailles.
Pianist Vlad Iftjnca and guitarist Pablo Sáinz-Villegas accompany the concert, which also includes a selection of enchanting Spanish and Portugese songs.
tickets are US $20 and can also be given as gifts. BUY TICKET WATCH TRAILER

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Nightly Opera Streams: Black History Month athe the Met, Part II

Enjoy a second week of free Nightly Opera Streams paying tribute to some the remarkable African American stars who have graced the Met stage. Featuring both historic telecasts and recent Live in HD transmissions, the lineup showcases outstanding performances from legendary artists like Jessye Norman, Kathleen Battle and Leona Mitchell, as well as two present-day stars Eric Owens and Nai Brisges. Enhance your viewing experience with a curated collection of related content, including articles, viseos. odcasts, and more.

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Met Stars Live in Concert

Opera's greatest stars perform in a groundgreaking, new series of pay-per-view recitals in striking locations around the globe, each via satellite and shot with multiple cameras. While the Metropolitan Opera HOuse remains dark because of the ongoing health crisis, Meet Stars Live in Concert will allow audiences to experience extraordiary solo and duo performances by top singers - streamed live online - from such locations as a former abbey in Bavaria, a Norwegian castle, an outdoor terrace on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranian Sea, a church in Wales, and an historic mansion in Washington DC.
The series marries the intimacy of the Met's virtual
At-Home Gala with the high production value of the company's Live in HD ceries of cinema transmissions.
Tickets for each concert are US$20, and the performances will remain available on demand for 14 days. Each concert will run for approximately 75 minutes. The full schedule os below.

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Area Code: New Episode Streaming Now

Un the latest episde of Metro's Aria Code podcast created with WQXR high-flying soprano Erin Morley dives into the dizzying Foll song from Offenbach's Les Contes d'Hoffman.
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2021-2022 Season

 

Metro Opera looka forward to welcoming you bagk to the opera house, and they have implemented a number of policies and improvements to keep everyone safe. Audience members must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and will be required to provide proof of vaccination prior to entering the Met. The Company has also enhnced the ventilation and cleaning procedures, added touchless entrances, and revised the ticket policies to make sure they are as flexible and accomadating as possible in the event you are unable to attend a performance. LEARN MORE

 

It's lmost time to secure your seats for the long-awaited 2021-2022 season. Individual performance tickets go on sale on Monday August 9. 2021 at 12pm ET. The thrilling lineup features six new productions - including the Met premieres of terence Banchard's Fire Sut Up in My Bones, Matthew Aucoin's Euridice, Brett Dean's Hamlet, and the orginal French version of Verdi'sDon Carlos - as well as revivals of 16 repertory favourites. Metro Opera can't wait top share the magic of live opera with you once again. EXPLORE THE SEASON - LIVE IN HD

Area Code

Con't miss the latest episode of our Area Code podcast - created with Metro's friends at WQXR - which features a guest appearance from bass René Pape. before reprisong his harrowing portrayal of the title role of Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov at the Met this fall, Pape joins host Rhiannon Giddens to discus singing Boris's powerful monologue. Avalable wherever you get podcasts.
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Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov" live in HD

Grand opera returns to cinemas around the globe on October 9 with a Live in HD transmission of Boris Godunov, headlined y bass René Pape in one of Russia's opera's pinncal roles. Tickets are on sale now for the full Live in HD season, which features opera as greatest stars in all six 2021-2022 new productions and fpur thrilling revivals.
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Fire Shut Up In My Bones

Earlier this week the Met kicked off its long-awaited 2021-22 season with the historic company premiere of Terence Blanchard's Fire Shut Up in My Bones. The critics have responded with an unprecedented shorus if raves, hailing the opera, the production and the cast - as well as the Met's suspicious rebirth following the longest closure in its history.
Even id you can't make it to the opera house, you can stillexperience thia landmark production in a cinema near you-when it;s broadcast as part of the Met's Live in 3D seroes.LEARN MORE
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Eurydice

The ancient Greek myth of Orpheus, who attempts to harness the power of music to rescue his beloved Eurydice from the underworld has inspired composers since opera's early days. Brilliant American composer Matthew Aucon now carries that tradition into the 21st century with a cativating new take on the story - a product of the Met's commissiohing program. With a libretto by Sarah Ruhl, adapted from her acclaimed 2003 plqy, the opera reimagines the familiar tale form Eurydice's point of view. Yannick Nézet-Séguin oversees the December 4 transmission, leading Aucoin's evocative music and an ommersive new staging by Mary Zimmerman, Soprano Erin Morley sings the title role, opposite baritone Joshua Hopkins as Orpheus and countertenr Jakub Jozef Orlinski as his otherworldly alter-ego. Bass baritone Nathan Berg is Eurydice's father and fellow resident of the underworld, with Barry Banks as Hades himself. The live cinema is part of the Met's award-winning Live in HD series bringing opera to movie theatres across the globe
Buy tiskets for Eurydice live at the opera house https://www.metopera.org/link/02180db70e8e4550bdc774676d967f5d.aspx

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Theatre

Al Hirschfeld Theatre
302 W 45th Street
New York
ph 1800-653-8000

 

 

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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 www.Telecharge.com

 

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
www.broadwayoffers.com & use Code RUSSNY

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

Hilton Theatre
213 West 42nd Street

Al Hirschfeld Theatre

 

.Lincoln Center
70 Lincoln Plaza New York NY,

Ph. 212 721 6500

COVID-19 NEWS

Given the on going impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lincoln Cnter has made the difficult decision to cancel this summer;'s Lincoln Cneter for the Performing Arts programming, including Midsummer Night Swing the Mostly Mozart Festival, and Lincoln Center Out of Doors . These festivals have brought great joy to New Yorkers for decades, in ways only extraordinary, fearless artists can.
It is Lincoln Center's intention, when it is safe again to gather in person, to stage a free pop-up festival in a celebration of the great city and the selfless first responders and healthcare workers who are giving so much during this crisis.
Currently, and for the foreseeable future, the Company are taking their work on line with Lincoln Center at Home the Company's new portal helping families and communities keep the performing arts front and center. Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classrooms, #ConcertsforKids, and srchival & livestream performances from across campus feature the arts from where they are still happening-empty halls, living rooms, educstors, and staff who are sharing such imressive creatvity durong this time.
As previously announced,. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has cancelled all spring performances and events. For details on cancellations specific to Lincoln Center's resident organizations you may wish to consult their individual websites.
For your conveniernce and in order to manage call volume, Lincoln Cnter is reaching out to ticket holders for cancelled events to facilitate donation and refund options. You may a;so contact your point of sale or call CenterChange at 212 721 6500 to speak with a guest services representative. Lincoln Cnter hopes you will consider fonating the cost of your tickets as a deductible gift. Your support helps the vitality of the arts now and in the future.
In these times of heightened and anxiety and vigilance, Lincoln Center are holding on to the importsnt role the arts play in our lives, they nourish our hearts and minds, teach us valuable lessons anf critcal skills, and help us vreate community. Lincon Center is resolved not to loose sight of what connects us to be part of our community from wherever you are.

LCT NEWS ALERT

Lincoln Center Theater (under the direction of André Bishop) has announced that it will reopen its production of the new musical Flying Over Sunset at the Vivian Beaumont Theater and the new opera Intimate Apparel at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater this fall. both prouductins were forced to suspend performances on March 12 when theaters were closed by Bovenor Andrew Cuomo as a precaution against the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus.
"We are proud of these shows and the many talented artists who made them," said Mr Bishop, "and we hope and pray that we will reopen them in the fall. That is our plan. May better times come to us all."
All ticketholders to performances for the remainder of the orignal rins of both produvtions will automatically receive a refund from their pint-of-purchase, ehicch may take 4-6 weeks ot two billing cycles, No further action is necessary. (Cash buyers must visit the box office when business resumes) Please Note the telecharge Call Center and the LCT Box Office are both closed intil further notice.
Fuurther questions?Email tickets@telecharge.com
M,embers: please note in the subject line that you are an LCTN Member, and include your Member number in the body of the email.
LincTix: please note in the subject line that you are a LincTix member, and incude your LincTix number in the body of the email.
The Lincoln Center hopes to see you again when they open.

Given the ongoing impact of COVID-19 pandemic, Lincoln Centre has made the difficult decision to cancel the remainder of he events in the 2020/21 Great Performers series and 2020/21 David Ruenstein Atrium Season, as well as the annual American Songbook series in 2021.
{reviousy announced concerts in the Great Performers series are now cancelled through May 2021. Should you have additional questions or wish to speak with the a guest service representative, please contact Luncokm Cnetre at guestservices@lincolncenter.org or call 212,721,5456 (Monday-Friday 10am to 6pm)/

Jazz at Lincoln Center

All new programs. online everyday
The Lincoln Center believes in the power of jazz to uplift, inspire, and create a sense of community. It is in this apirit the Lindoln Center invites you to connect with the global jazz community through the Company's digital programming and free outdoor summer concert sales/
Lincoln Centers website now serves as a portal where you may access free and premium virtual concerts, educational programs, and discussions. This content includes Live from Dizzy's Performances, JALC's early childhood and adult music programs like Webop and Swing Universty, archival conserts, Blue Engins album releases, and more. LEARN MORE

 

Lincoln Center Theater

Flying Over Sunset

1950s Hollywood. You are at a beautiful beach house overlooking the Pacific with Cary Grant, Claire Boothe, Luce and Aldous Huzley and they are on an acid trip. Together. GET TICKETS

Table of Silence Project

Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln Center in partnership with DAnce NYC and Nel Shelby Productionsm honor the 20th year since the events of 9/11 with a livestreamed performance of the Table of Silence Project 9/11, an annusl ritual for peace conceived and choreographed i 2011 by Jacqulyn Buglisi, Artistic Director of Buglisi Dance Tehatre. Collaborator for this year's reimagined program to include composer/music director Daniel Bernard Roumain, spoken-word poet Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Buglisi Dance Theatre co-founder/principal dancer Terese Capucilli, and video producer Nel Shelby. WATCH HERE

 

Enjoy a choreographic masterpiece for the ages:


Six decades after its proemiere, Alvin Alley's choreographic masterpiece Revelations shines more brightly than ever. The soulful piece draws on African-Americansprituals, gospel songs and holy blues and pays homage to African-American cultural heritage, which Alley considered one of America's richest treasurs-sometimes sorrowful, sometimes jubilant, but always hopeful.
Linvoln Cnetre is sharing this and other performances and talks highlighting Black history and experience from a multitude of cultures and contexts. These beautifully varied, multifaceted performances and conversations amlify the stories and perspectives of Black people. spanning the spectrum of joy, pain, reflection and hoe. Lincln Centre hopes you'll engage with these works to commemmorate Black YHistory Month with Lincoln Centre and visit them all year long.
WATCH HERE

The Baptism: Screening and Conversation

Co-presented by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Lincoln Center.

Join the Lincoln Center for a virtual screening of The Baptism by artists Carl hancock Rux and Carn Mae Weems, followed by a conversation on the lives and legacies of John Lewis and C.T.Vivian, which inspired the poem and film. Moderated by Ellen McGirt the discussion with award-winning poet Carl Hancock Rux will explore the work of Lewis and vivian, the reonance of their influence today and the artists' creative process fueled by activism and a spirit of resistance. WATCH

Jessye Norman

Lincoln Center is proud to present an unique concert experience from the Live From Lincoln Center archives in ceebration of Women's History Month. Originally aired in 1994, "Women of Legend, Fantasy and Lore stars the incomparable Jessye Norman alongside poneering conductor Dame Jane Glover and the Orchestra of St Luke's. From Purcell's Dido to Bizet's Carmen Norman's lush voice soars through this scintillating program od operatic heroines.
This is the first show Lincolln Cneter is making available through the new Lincoln Center at Home accont feature. Dign up to watch Jessye Norman's performance for free and stay tuned for dynamic livestreams and broadcasts in the coming months,
You can watch this free concert now through April 28 exclusively oon Lincoln Center.org.

 

 

 

Mostly Mozart Festival

 

 

The Appel Room

American Songbook

 


 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin

 

 

Damrosch Park Bandstand

 

Bruno Walter Auditorium


Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center Brooklyn

 

 

David Koch Theatre

New York City Ballet

After an unprecedented absence from the stage, NYCB this fall returns to present three world premire ballets, and four farewells by principal dfancers who have helped shape the Company's singula aretistry aqs we know it. It's official City Ballet is Back SEASON TICKETS ON SALE

David Rubenstein Atrium

 

 


 

Restart Stages at Linvoln Center

 

 

Jubilee 11213: The Keeping

Presented in collaboration with Weeksville Heritage Center 

Ebony Noelle Golden's work as a scholar, performance artist and cultural organizer has earned her a reputation as a progressive creator to watch. As one of New York's foremost social justice artists, she engages with communities and local neighborhoods by means that foreground Black women as a matrix for liberation and civic growth. Her recent residency at Brooklyn's Weeksville Heritage Center inspired her newest piece, Jubilee 11213: The Keeping, a public processional, site-specific ceremony and interactive theatrical experience that incorporates dance, music, fashion, film and storytelling into a ritual of reparation and recovery. Golden and her collaborators will be freely adapting that work at the Lincoln Center campus in a bold reclamation of intellectual and physical space.

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Gerald W. Lynch Theater
at John Jay College


 

Queen's Theater

An Evening of Short Plays - Queen's Theatre

Presented by Queens Theatre’s New American Voices and Theatre for All 

Reflecting Queens Theatre’s commitment to the creation of original work and engagement within the Disabled community, this evening of three short play readings centers on fresh perspectives for Disabled identity. In 2001, Queens Theatre began its play development program, New American Voices, which led to the 2018 launch of their Theatre for All initiative, created to provide services for Disabled audiences and offer financial support, training and opportunities for Disabled artists. Following an earlier collaboration between QT and Lincoln Center in 2020, this evening's show features a team of Disabled writers chosen from submissions to New American Voices and artists from its Theatre for All training program. Stage direction will be supplemented by audio description and American Sign Language captioning will be provided. 
Season: Wednesday August 25. 2021.

Restart Stages

Jubilee 11213: The Keeping

Ebony Noelle Golden's work as a scholar, performance artist and cultural organiser has earned her a reputation as a progressive creator to watch. As one of New York's foremost social justice artists, she engages with communities and local neighbourhoods by means that foreground Black women as a matrix for liberation and civic growth. Her reecent residency at Brooklyn's Weeksville Heritage Center inspired her newest piece, Jubilee 11213:The Keeping, a public processional, site-specific ceremony and interactive theatrical experience that incorporates dance, music, fasion, film and storytelling into a ritual of reparation and recovery. Golden and her collaborators will be freely adapting that work at the Lincoln Center campus in a bold reclamation of intellectual and physical space.
Season: Sarurday August 28. 2021 at 7pm.

 

Rose Theater; Jazz.
Frederick P. Rose Hall

 

 

Alice Tully Hall

An American Triptych: Mazzoli, Davis, and Adams

Missy Mazzoli creates a solar aystem of sound and John Adams pulls out th stops in his virtuosic orchestral showcase. Principal Clarinet Anthony McGill solos in Anthony Davis's autobiographical depiction of an unequal with the police. Three portraits of Amercan Conductor Dalia Stasevska leads the New York Philamonic. BUY TICKETS NOW

Chamber Music Society

CMS makes its anticipated return to the stage of Alice Tully Hall with Road to Romanticism. The program highlights music's miraculous transformation from the classicism of early Beethoven to the unbounded romanticism of Schubert and Mendelsohn. this musical journey provices a welcoming return to the joys of livr music and communal listening. SEASON ANNOUNCED

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 - www.Ticketmaster.com

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
Newark

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

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OFF BROADWAY

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

 

MTC

 

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

 

SEATTLE

The 5th Avenue Theatre

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

Rose Rabbit.Lie
at
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



The Rocky Horror Show

Dig out your fishnet stockings and dust off your stilettos! Following a one-year hiatus, that sweet transvetite and his motley crew are back for the ninth year in an annual tradition on the corner of Franklin and First in Historic Downtown Clarksville.
Matthew Combs and Kelsey McCollaum star as Brad Majors and his fiancée Janet Weiss - a wholesome, well-behaved, utterly normal yong people in love - who innocently set out to visit an old professor one fateful night.
The night out is destined to be one they will never g=forget, as a thunderstorm and a flat tyre leade them to the castle of Dr Franka'N' Furter, an alien, transvestite scientist with a maniac genius ad insatiable libido, played by a stiletto and fishnet stocking-clad Stephen Shore.
When Brad, Janet and Frank'N'Furter's cohorts are swept up into the scientst's latest experiment, the night's misadventures will cause Brad and Janet to quwtion themselves, each other qne lust. A loving homage to the cult-classic, aci-fi film and horror genres with an irrestable rock'n'roll score, this is an hilarous, wild rode that Clarksville will not forget.
Season: October 28, 29 and 30. 2021 at 8pm with a special midnight showing on Saturday Octoer 30. 2021.
On Sunday October 31. 2021 The Rocky Horror Show will be going on the road for one night only for a special Halloween perofmance at City Winery in Nashville. Reservations for this performance are qaavailale online at www.citywinery.com/nashville

Healthe and safety precautons: Facial coverings masking the nose and mouth are REQUIRED inside the Roxy Regional Theatre (except when acvitively eating or drinking) for everone, regardless of vaccination status. The Roxy Regional Theatre reserves the right to change this aCIVID-19 policy at any time and will communicate any necessary changes alectronically of in person.
Tickets are US$35 and may be reserved online at www.roxyregionaltheatre.org

Distracted

The upcoming production of Lisa Loomer's insightful comedy/drama Distracted at the Roxy Regional Theatre explores the multitasking madness of modern life for a limited run. In keeping with the theatre's pay-what-you-can opening night tradition, all tickets not pre-sold at the regular price will go on sale at 7.30pm that evening for a $5 donation.

A satrical commentary on modern parenting and the dangers of getting hooked on 24/7 stimuli, the play revolves around precocious nine-year-old Jesse and his parents; struggle to raise a strong-willed, hyperactive child in the modern world of quick fixes and pill-popping.
Jesse can't sit still, he cueses, he raps, and you can't get him into - or out of - pyjamas. His teacher thinks it's Attention Deficit Disorder. His dad says "he's just a boy!" And Mama's on a quest for answers. Is Jesse dysfunctional or just different? Con't we all have ADD to some degree?
Mama consults a psychologist, a homepath, a neuropsychologist, and enviromental physician. She talks to neighbours, whose kinds have their own diagnoses. A psychiatrist prescribes Ritalin for Jesse, but surely a pill can't solve all his problems.
Season: November 5 - 15/ 2021


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

Aurora Theatre Company is excited to be resuming live performances with the World Premiere of Kait Kerrigan's Father/Daughter starting November 12th! But Aurora Theatre recognise that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over.
To that end Aurora Theatre is committed to safely reopening, and is taking measures to protect our artists, staff and patron community. The Company recognise inequalities in access, medical consitions that may prohibitreceiveing a vaccine, and hesitation caused by historical trauma inflicted by the medical establishment. The Company also recognises that the available evidence indicates that current vaccines are both highly effective and safe, and the Company encourages everyone who can to get vaccinated. In additionto complying with all City of Berkely, County, State and Federal guidelines, the Company is taking the following steps to increase the safety for all as the Company welcomes you back into the Aurora Theatre.
Aurora require that all audience members and Aurora Theatre Company employees have complered their vaccination against COVID-19.
COVID-19 vaccinations are free and widely available in USA.
All Patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination (physical vaccination card or digital record) along with matching photo ID, at the door. Please plan to arrive early to allow extra time for this requirement.
A professionaly-filmed streaming version of Father/Daughter is available December 7 - 12. 2021 for unvaccinated patrons who did not wish to attend in person.
Aurora will be anforcing a strct mask mandate for audience members and staff other than actors while they are performing. Masks must fully cover the nose and mouth throughout the performance. ?Thank you for helping the Company create a safe environment for all. Keeping your mask in helps Aurora to keep the doors open.
Staff and audience members who are displaying any symptons or illness, who have tested positive for COVID-19, or who have been exposed to someone who has tested positive, are requested to stay home.

 

 

Father/Daughter

In its world premiere, Father/Daughter by Playwright Kait Kerrigan, is a beautifully written contemporary romance. Two actors play both pairs of lovers inthis structurally inventive playthat ascks how our relationships with our parents and children impact our romantic lives. In parallel stories tols 23 years apart, Baldwin is Miranda's 30-year-old divorced father who is trying to forge a new relationship with a beautiful woman, and Miranda is Baldwin's 30-year-old daughterl who has found herself in her first serious relationship.
What can we learn from the relatinships we choose in order to repair the relationships we inherit. GET TICKETS
Season opens November 12. 2021.

This Much I Know

The writer of Eureka Day returns to Aurora with an explosively theatroical interrogation of agnecy and culpability. through his all-too-personal lectures of psychology, Lukesh attempts to unravel a mystery with his wife Natalya at the center. What happened to Natalya? The search for answers will launch us on a time-hopping fugue, giving together the stories of Stalin's daughter defecting to America. the son of a white supremasist growing to doubt the beliefs he was raised with, and the secret despair of becoming an accidental killer. How we truly make decisions> And what does it mean to be complicit?
Season: February 4 - March 6. 2022.

The Incrementalist

Thomas, a highly regarded public intellectual and author, id brought to the University of California at Berkeley campus to help facilitate conversations concurring extrajudicial police violence. A member of the UCB Black Student Union was violently beaten by an officer while peacefully protesting and the students find themcelves rejecting Thomas' middle-ground,#NotAllCopsd rhetoric. Miriam and Raz, leaders of the BSU, want immediate action, radical reform, and are sick-and-tired of having to rely on a corrupt system for justice. Nina, thr Vice Chancellor of the Unieversity, is caught between the demands of the students to shut Thomas down, and loyality to Thomas, her dearest friend from graduate school./
Season: April 15 - May 15. 2022.

Wives

From Hemingway's widow to a maharani in Rajastan, from 16th century France to the campus of Oxford University today, the Great Men are left behind as their wives claim centre stage in this irreverent celebration of female capability and power. Can Catherine de' Medici queen to Henri II of France, rise above her rivalry with Henri's mistress, Diane de Potiers?
|Will Hemingeway's death bring his former wives together or drive them apoart? Can a pact beween a maharaja, his wife and a witch survive the forces of British Imperialism? Can a new student club devoted to witchcraft conjure a spell to manifest a new way of being in the world?
Season: June 24 - July 24. 2022

 

 

 

Concert Hall, Californian Center for the Arts
Escondido CA.

 

La Mirada Performing Arts Center
La Mirada California

 

McCallum Theatre
Palm Desert CA

 

 

American Airlines Center
Dalls Texas

 

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XXcel Energy Center. St. Paul Mn

 

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Gila River Arena. Glendale AZ

 

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