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Canada's Royal Winnepeg Ballet



Ballet Jörgen du Canada
Bookings: 416-961-4725

Photos by Charlene McIntosh

About Canada's Ballet Jörgen

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

2018 Season

The Nutcracker: A Canadian Tradition.

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

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





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Festival Theatre

The Magician's Nephew

The Song and the Light are coming from that Lion

Take a magical, spectacvular plunge into Narnia... at its very beginning. Young digory and his friend Potly stumble on a way toexplore other worlds - but accidently unleash a malevolent queen who could destroy every world.
Season: April 4 - October 14. 2018.

Granhd Hotel

Check into the lavish Grand Hotel where the lives of ten hotel guests collide over one unforgettable night. Love, Betrayal, Jealously, Murde4r. And the glamour of Berlin in the Roaring Twentties. Soaring with songs and dance, it's the mesmerising musical about what happens when our deepest, most desperate passions are unleashed,
Season: May 3 - October 14. 2018

Mythos: A Trilogy Gods, Heroes, Men

Let me tell you a story. It's all about you.

Written and starring Stephen Fry.

One of the world's greatest storytellers, telling the world's greatest stories. In this trilogy of plays (if you are quick you can see them all) =, Stephen Fry takes the stage in the company of the Greek gods, heroes and men whose gripping tales still echo today. Laugh-out-loud funny,mind-blowing and often personal, Mythos is a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the icon himself.
Season: May 24 - July 15. 3018

The Hound of the Baskervilles

You be careful ,now. Dangerous place the moor.

It's the return of the murder mystery to The Shaw.
Sir Percival Baskerville has been scared to death-literally. Now detective genius Sherlock Holmes is on the case to find the murderer .. with twist after twist to keep you guessing. Darkly fun, deliciously sly and just the rightamount of suspense.
Season: August 1 - October 17. 2018



Royal George Theatre

Stage Kiss

Two bitter exes are cast in the same play as passionate lovers. Will they stragle each other? Or seduce each other?
And how can we tell if it's real of make-believe?
Hearfelt and hilarious, this modern roamntic comedy by Pulitzer Prize finalsit Sara /ruhl will ake you behind the cirtain on a whole new level.
Season: April 11 - September 1. 2018

On Marriage and Men: A comedy double- bill

Two of the best short plays about marriage in a single show! In How He Lied to her Husband, find out what a man will do for the lady he loves - and how unexpected the consequences can be.
In The Man of destiny, Napoleon must defend his wife's honou - but can he?
Season: May 13 - Septembe 2. 2018.

O'Flaherty VC

Young Dennis O'Flaherty has been sent back from the front to recruit moer Irishmen to the war. The ony problem? He neglected to tell his Irish Nationalist mother he's fighting for the English.
Packed with family feuding and witty repartee, this Bernard Shaw one-act skewers every illusion about why we fight.
Lunchtime one-act.
Season: May 31 - October 6. 2018

Oh What a Lovely War

This provocative WWI musical is known to make audiences laugh, cry and clench their fiss - all within a single number. This fiercely funny, piercing musical will make you see war in a new light. Follow a band of singing, dancing Canadians soldiers into the Great War and rediscover the spirit behind "Lest We Forget".
Season: July 14 - October 13. 2018

A Christmas Carol

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

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


Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre

The Orchard (After Chekov)

"No blossomsm no harvest,. no money. Ah! The power of nature."

It's Chekov's The Cherry Orchard - transformed into the tale of a Punjabe-Sikh family fighting to hold on to their OPkanagan slley orchard.
Basd on Sareena Parmer's own childhood in British Columbia, this fresh adaptation confronts life, loss and the Canadian immigrant experience with boh bravery and beauty.
Season: June 7 - September 1. 2018

The Baroness and the Pig.

Emily. we must act properly.

An idealistic 19th century baroness has found her next maid o a feral girl who can barely speak, let alone keep house. Now it's just a matter of socialising her ... right?
Part Pygmanlion, part wildly original buddy comedy,, this heart-warming Canadian play cuts to the coer of what it means to be 'civilisaed' and to be human.
Season: June 10 - October 6. 2018

Henry V

I am afeard there are few die well that die in battle.

A troop of Candian soldiers is hunkered down ina dugout during WWI with soem copies of Shakespeare's Henry V FOR COMPANY. as they enter the death-haunted, morally ambiguousd world of the play, the play enters theirs.
This imaginative spin on Shakespeare is a powerfull exploration of what it means - and costs - to fight for king and country.
Season: July 22 - October 28. 2018


The Princess of Wales Theatre

300 King St. Toronto

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Centaur TheatreCompany
photographer DANIELLE dEMERS
Bookings: 514 288 3161

Massey Lectures

Harvard experimental particle physicist Melissa Franklin will address the theme The Width of the World, investigating the human drive to meaqsure things. A renowned name in her field, the Canadiean scientist born in Edmonton is also the daghter of litery agent Elsa Franklin.
Lecture: September 19, 2018
Pour occasion Melissa Franklin scientifique spécialisée en recherche sur la physique des particules de L'université de Harvard abordere la thême des Dimensions du Monde ou de la propension de L'être human à mesurer les choses. Renommée dans son demainecette physicienne canadienne née Edmonton, est egslement la fille de l'agente littéraire Elsa Franklin>
19 septembre 19. 2018.

Legacy Series

The Legacy Series celebrates 50 years of theatre by reviving a few of Cantaaur's past stories with staged readings of selected audience favurites plus one new work to kick overof the next 50 years.
Audiences will be ecstatic to learn that David Fennario's seminal works Balconville opens the series with three redings from September 27 - 29, 2018. Baser and Blue's highly entertaqining Schwartz's the Musical takes place on December 13 = 15. 2018 with Canadfa's best loved musical comedy duo performing the music. From May 9 to 22. 2019, once the season has ended, three readings of a braqnd new play by emerging Montreal playwright as yet not selected, will take place to usher in Centaur;s next era of outdtanding theatre.


  • La Série Héritage rendre homage à 50 ans de théâtre en prédentant des lectures publiques. Au menu: certains des plus grands succés du Théâtre Centaur, mais égalemont une toute nouvelle oeuvre qui donnera le coup d'snvoi aux 50 prochaines années.
    Les specrateurs seront ravis d'apprendre que l'oeuvre phare de David Fennario Balconville ouvruira la série avec trois lectures, du 27 au 28 septembre 2018. Les trés amusant spectacle Schwartz the Musical, reprendra vie du 13 au 15 décembre 2018, Grâce au duo canadien de comédie musicale tant simé du public, Bowser and Blue. Finalment, pour prolonger le plaisir au-delà de la saison, une pièce inédite d'un auteur montréalais de la relève cont le om reste â confirmer, sera lue trois. dy 9 au 11 mai 2019, histoire de marquer une nouvelle ére de théãtre exceptiponnel le Théâtre Cantaur.

Presenting Series

Centaur is one of only a few Montreal venues that support independent theatre through the deliberate cretion of various ancillary initiatives to showcase artists throughout the year.
The 2018 Brave new Looks selection , presented from November 15 to 26, 2018 is the remiunt the of Montreal's Julia Tamiko Manning and Ottawa's Matt Miwa's verbatim work The Tashme Project: The Living Archives. The play had its world premiere in Montreal at the MAI 2015, winning the META dor Outstanding New Text. Using hours if interviews conducted with 30 Nisel (second generation Jaoanese Canadians) whose families were sent to Tashme Japanese interment cap created in the over-zealous paranoid aftermath of Pearl Harbour. Matt and Julie give voice to a collection of eye-opening, engaging and occasionally humorous stories. Poetic, delicate, and moving, these long-buried memories inspire pride and admiration for Japanese Canadian nationwide.





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





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

The program video as follows:   

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

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




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Bookings: 020 7304 4000

The Royal Ballet

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




The Royal Opera


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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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


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West Yorkshire Playhouse

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



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


Bavarian State Opera House


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







Culteral Palace
Ulaan Bator





Royal New Zealand Ballet

2018 Season

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

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

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

Strength & Grace/Women

To mark the 125th anniversay of women's sufferage in New Zealand and the RNZB's own 65th birthday the company looks to the future of dance, with a series of new commissions from female choreographers, durated by RNZB Artistic Director Patricia Barker.
Season: Augusdt 17 - 18. 2018.

The Ryman Healthcare Season of The Nutcracker.

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


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

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









Auckland Theatre Company
Bookings:(09) 309 0390


BATS Theatre
1 Kent Terrace Mt. Victoria. Wellington

Circa Theatre

Bookings: 04 801 7992


Circa 1

Songs for Nobodies

Ali Harper is excited to bring a show close to her heart, Songs for Nobodies where she plays five nobodies who each have a very personal encounter with a 'somebocy' - Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday and Maria Callas.
Both Ali's shows A Doris day Special and Legendary Divas played to sell-out seasons at Circa, and Songs for Nobodies is another one woman shoq qhich celebrates amazing artists. She launched it at the ourt Theatre in Christchurch in 2017 and now touring it through ZNew Zealand along with the United Festival in New Yoork on 42nd Street.
Season: July 7. 2018 - August 4. 2018 Tuesday 0 Thursday 6.30pm. Friday - Saturday 8pm. Sunday 4pm.


Women's Theatre Festival

Celebrating women's voives.

The 19th of September 2018 is the 125th anniversary of Women's Suffragr in New Zealand and Circa Theatre is delighted to celebrate tis, as well as New Zealand Theatre month, by again hosting WTF Women;s Theatre Festival beginning in August and continuing until October.
WTF! will feature performances, play readings, workshops, forums and the Fourth Women in Theatre Hui.


Bloomsbury Women and The wild Colonial Girl.

Against a colourful background of the people and places that shaped Katherine Mansfield's "many hundreds of selves", this play shows two litaerary rivals Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf, developin a special relationship which defies stereotypes and gossip.
Season: August 18 - September 15. 2018

Modern Girls in Bed

When life gets too hard for Ally and Petra they decide to go to bed, John and Yoko style-except for 'Peace'-forever. But something strange is going on in the house, Kate Sheppard id going on in the house, Kate Sheppard won't stop bossing them around, Katerine Mansfield keeps making deands, and Henri Pore is going into labour. As thingds take a darker turn for Ally, will the women of her world come together or fall apart?
Season: September 1 - 22. 2018.


With a head of poisonous snakes and a murderous gaze, Medusa has come to epitomise female monstrosity. Carraggio painted her,
Shakespea re wrote about her, Freud had a bloody field day.
A new work of dissection and dissent on female bodies, famale violence and female image.
Season: Sepembe 21 - October 6. 2018.

Rants in the Dark

Emily Winters shot to stardom after a rant in the dark on her blog received 1 million hits overnight. People across the world connected to the words every parent thinks at 4am after the third wake-up of the night, but would rarely be brave enough to day out loud. A one-week development season.
Season: September 25 - 29. 3018.

Blonde Poison

\The haunting story of Stella Goldschiag, a young Jewish woman eho saves herself and her family from he Gesapo death camps by becoming a 'Greifer' (catcvher) who informed on other Jews in hiding. Extremely successful, she was nicknamed 'Blonde Pision' due to her blonde hair and ruthless efficiency>
Season: October 2 - 8. 2018

Uneasy Dreams and Other Things

After receiving a dick pic from her boss and a subsequent night of uneasy dreams, SDamantha, an aspiring photographer, wakes up one morning to finde herself ... transformed.
Season: October 10 - 27. 2018.






Circa 2

Public Talk - Katherine Mansfield and "A Woman's Place'

AQ Conversation with Gill Greer and Lorae Parry.

Dr Gill Greer, author of two books about KM and researcher for an award-winning documentary, talks about KM, Suffrage and women - in her life and writing.
Playwright Lorae Perry shares her experiences in London researching and recreating Bloomsbury Women & The Wild colonial Gil.
$20 per person (refreshments included) General admission
Sunday July 20. 2018 at 2pm.

Special Event: Ginette McDonald & Frioends - Kate Manskield Reading

Join us for a glorious hour of short stories and poems by Katherine Mansfield read by the inimitable Ginette MacDonald and friends>
420 includes a gass of wine.
Saturday August 4. 2018 at 2pm.

Play Readings

Sean Penn is in His Boat

Josephine was named runner up in the Adam NZ Play Award in 2016 for her play Sean Penn is in His Boat, a funny and compellin tale of middle-aged siblings sealing with the death of their mother the same week as the devastating Hurricane Katrina New Orpeans,
Season; Saturday September 22. 2018 at 2pm.


Judit Cowley presents the first draft of her newest play. ONe weekend four middle-aged women clean up their parent's bach before it is sold. They argue about childhood memories and family loyualties, but it's only when sedrets are revealed, that the sisters really understand what loyality is.
Season: Saturday September 29. 2018 at 2pm.



The Civic Theatre



Downstage Theatre

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



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



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





Capitol Theatre

17 Stamford Road.



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







San Francisco Ballet

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

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American Airlines Theatre

- 227 West 42nd Street

Barrymore Theatre
243 West 47th Street



Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
242 West 45th Street




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

Broadway Theatre
1681 Broadway

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

Mostly Mozart Festival

This summer's Mostly Mozart Festival is filled with visual wonders.
The newly expandedd festival not only sounds incredible, it looks stunning.
Whether it's the weeping cherry tree of NINAGWA
Macbeth or Lucinda Chid's mesmerizing choreography to Jon Adans's pulsing music unfolding on a Frank Behry-designed set, Schubert's Trout uintet transformed into dance by Mark Morns or an architectutally inspired opera where objects come alive, this year's festival offers a veritable feast for the eyes.

Shakespeare's brutal tale of greed, ambition and revenge is transposed from medieval Scotland tp feudal Japan in director Ykio Nonagawea's "legendary beautiful" Japanes language production pf Macbeth.

The Force of Things

An Opera for Objects (New York premeire.
Under a dense canopy ofobjects and materials, tones are "made tactile, objects made aedible, noise made beautiful" in Ashley and Adam Fure's immersive-theater piece that marks the forst ever Mostly Mozart Festival presentation in Brooklyn.
Interantional contemporary Ensembler
Ashly Fure, composer and co-director
Adam Fure, architectural design.
Cèsar Alverez, co-director.
Season: Monday - Wednesday August 6 - 8. 2018 at 6.30pm & 8.30pm. Venue: Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center 29 H+Jay St. Brooklyn.

Mark Morris Dance Group

Indisputably the most musical choreographer aliive. Mark Morris briongs a new lid=fe and lift into Schubert's enchanting chamber-music, The Trout Quintet, in a world premeire performance.
Max Morris, choreographer.
Love Song Waltzes.
|The Trout (World Premiere)
Music performed by MMDG Music Ensemble, Inon Barnataan, and Ariel Quartet.
Season: Thursday - Saturday August 9 - 11. 2018 at 7.30pm. Venue:
Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center's Feederick P. Rose Hall

Lincoln Center Out of Doors

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

Americanfest 2018 has been announced



Damrosch Park Bandstand

Mavis Staples & Joe Henry.
For the past six decades, American music icon Mavis Staples has been a beacon of spritual fortitude for artists from Bob dylan to Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, whose third collaboration with Staples If All I Was Was Black was released to critical acclaim in 2017. Tonight she brings us together with the power of her voice and a message of strength. perseverance, and love that is as vital today as it was when she and her family snag alongside Martin Luther King Jnr, Grammy-winning producer and singer0writer Joe Henry, who has worked with Allen toussaint, Bonnie Raitt, Elvis Costello, and many others, adds his poetic storytelling to this inspring evening of song.
Season: August 11. 2018 at 7.30pm

Margo Price. Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.
With her infectious blend of Nachville country, Memophis soul and Texas twang, Margo Price is "one of the most compelling country talents to come out of Nashville in recent memory". She brings unflinching honesty and vivid songdraft to nuanced portraits of men and women just trying to get by, evoking everone from Waylon and Willie to Loretta and Dolly along the way. Price splits the night with singer-songwriter Lukas Nelson (Willie's son) and his band. On tour with Neil Young in recent years, they've built a devoted following for the distictive brand of cosmic country soul.
Season: Sunday August 12. 2018 at 7pm.


Bruno Walter Auditorium

Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center Brooklyn

The Force of Things: An Opera fopr Objects

The Program
Ashley Fure and Adam Fure: The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects (2016–17)

How do we bear witness to a thing our bodies seem built to ignore? In Ashley Fure’s immersive music-theater piece, created with her architect brother Adam Fure and the International Contemporary Ensemble, 24 subwoofer speakers emit sound too low for humans to hear, creating a subsonic sense of ecological anxiety that ripples around the audience. Under a dense canopy of sculpted matter, tones are “made tactile, objects made audible, noise made beautiful” (New York Times). Drama is steered away from the human, time is stretched to a geologic scale, and seven live performers act as wordless harbingers of a consciousness not limited to the living.
Season: August 6 - 8. 2018 .

David Rubenstein Atrium

The Program

Michael Piaero: A Wave an Waves (2007)

Echoing the environmental themes and communal experience of John Luthor's Inthe Name of the Earth, Michaels Pisaro's 75-minute piece embeds audienvce members in a grid of 100 performers, where they are slowly submerged in an ocean of sound, isiolatedm imperceptibly soft moises - sandpaper on stone, seeds falling on glass, bowed bells-are layered into powerful waves of sound adding to the immersive nature od the experience. A work of monumental scale, presented with uncommon immedacy, a wve and waves melds micoscopic moments of friction, gravity and vibration into a single, pulsing otganism.
Season: August 9. 2018 at 7.30pm.









Gerald W. Lynch Theater
at John Jay College


Alice Tully Hall



Longacre Theatre
220 West 48th Street

-Fontaine Theatre
205 West 46th Street

Lyceum Theatre
149 West 45th Street

Marquis Theatre
1535 Broadway
Bookings: 800 955 1045 -

Music Box Theatre
239 West 45th Street

New York City Centre

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



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

Samuel Friedman Theatre
261 West 47th Street

Studio 54 -
254 West 54th Street

Neil Simon Theatre
250 West 52nd Street

Nederlander Theatre
208 West 41st Street

Prudential Center

Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 West 46th Street

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

Stephen Sondheim Theatre
124 West 43rd StreetTheatre TBD.

The Eugene O.Neill
230 West 49th Street

The Palace Theatre
1564 Broadway

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




Atlantic Theatre Company STAGE 2
(330 West 16 Street)


Brooklyn Academy of Music
Harvey Theatre
651 Fulton Street.


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

Black Box Theatre


The Laura Pels Theatre


Classic Stage Company
136 East 13th Street


Linda Gross Theatre - 336 West 20th Street




Manhatten Theatre Club


Stage 1

The Studio at Stage II




Soho Playhouse
15 Vandam Street



The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street

The Alice Griffin Jewelbox Theatre.

The Irene Diamond Stage


The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre
480 West 42nd Street

Signature Center



The End Stage


Madison Theatre
Molloy College, Rockville Centre.


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


The 45th Street Theatre
354 W. 45th Street


Theater for the new Ciy
155 First Avenue


La Mama
Bookings: 212 475 7710


Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank NJ.



The Colonial Theater
Pittsfield MS.


Zeiterion Performing Arts Center
New Bedford MA


The Music Hall
Portsmouth NH


Music Center at Strathmore
North Betheseda MD


Benedum Center for the Arts
Pittsburgh PA

Emerson Colonial Theatre
!06 Boylston St.
Boston. Massachusetts

Moulin Rouge: The Musical

Set in Montmarte Quarter of Paris, France at the turn of the century, a world of undulgent beauty and unparrelleled extravagance, of both bohemians and aristocrats, of boulevardiers and mademoiselle, Moulin Rouge The Musical tells the fictional story of an ambitious, lovesick writer, Christian (Aaron Tveit) and a dazzling, enchanting chantreuse, Satine (Karen Olivo). their lives collide at the Moulin Rouge with its many characters including the host of the Moulin Rouge, Harold Zidler (Danny Burstein), the brilliant and starving artist Touloude-Lautrec (Sahr Ngaujah), the greatest tango dancer - and gigolo - in all Paris, Santiago (Ricky Rojas) , the tempting Nini (Robyn Hurder), and The Duke of Monroth (Tam Mutu), the welathy and entitled patron of the club who thinks he can buy anything he wants including love.
Season: August 7. - 16. 2018

Franklin Theatre
Franklin TN


Crown Theatre
Fayetteville NC


UGA Performing Arts Center
Athens GA


Mercer Theatre
Sabannah. GA


Parker Playhouse
Broward Center
Fort Lauderdale FL


Yonkey Theatre
Lakeland FL


Capitol Theatre
Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater FL


Flagler Auditorium
Palm Coast FL









The Peter Norton Space
555 West 42nd Street


Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street

The Acorn Theatre



The 5th Avenue Theatre

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

Rose Rabbit.Lie
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Vegas Nocturne by Spiegelworld

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




Roxy Regional Theatre

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



The Roxy Regional Theatre is heading west "where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain" to close out Season #5 of live professional theatre on the corner of Franklin and First.
Legends Bank presents Roger & Hammerstein's masterpiece Oklahoma! at Roxy Regional theatre, beginning Friday. July 27/2-18 at 8pm. In keeping with the thatre's traditional pay-what-you-can opning night. all tickets not pre-sold at the regular ticket priice will go on sale at 7.30pm that evening for a $5 minimum donation/
The high-sprited rivalry between cowboys and farmers in Western Indian Territory, just after the turn of the century, provides the colourful background for love between handsome cowboy Curley (played by Hunter Brown) ans winsome farm girl Laurey (Amy Laviolette). Although the road to true love never runs smoothly, with these two headstrong romantics holding the reins, love's journey is as bumpy as a surrey ride down a country road.
Patrons are invited to a "Box Social" before the evening performance on saturday August 11. 2018. The event features a pre-show cookout and box social under the maequee at 6.30pm, including hamburgers, hot dogs and sides followed by a box social with deserts prepared by Laurey, Aunt Eller, Ado Annie and the whole cast and auctioned off by Judge Andrew Carnes. Attendees are also endcouraged to bring their own homemade desserts to auction off, with proceeds benefitting the Roxy Regional Theatre. tickets for the package which includes the 8pm performance of Oklahoma@ 440 (adultd) and $25 (ages 13 and under)
Teh reservation deadline is Friday August 3. 2018
Season: July 27 - August 18. 2018 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7pm and Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, with mtinees on Saturday August 4 and Saturday August 18. 2018.

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

leDetroit '67

From the author of the hit Temptations musical Ain't Too Proud and the Obie award-winning Skeleton Crew comes Datroit 67.
It's 1967, Motown music rules, and Chelle and her brother Lank arte making endsd meet by holding after-hours dance parties in the basement of their home. but when Lank shelters a battered white woman, the siblings clash over more than the family business and the riots burning the black neighbourhoods of their city.
Detroit '67 is a redemptive story of family and survival and was the winner og the Edwaed Kennedy Prize rfor Drama Inspiresd by American Hiatory.
Early Bird tickets are avaialble for performances until Septembe 9th, for just $30 each. Use code EARLY30 tosave.
opening night thursday September 6. 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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