A new musical adaptation of yet another movie — “The Devil Wears Prada” — is scheduled for a pre-Broadway engagement in Chicago next summer. Performances planned for July 14–Aug. 16, 2020, at the James M. Nederlander Theatre. No dates for a Broadway run have been announced.
What if you had the ability to remember everything that had ever happened to you. Everything you observed, heard, read — everything — would it be a good thing or a bad thing?
“Memoirs of a Forgotten Man,” an intriguing new play at the New Jersey Repertory Theater on Broadway in Long Branch through Sept. 15, explores what happens to a family with a son who has this skill at the wrong time in the wrong place.
Written by D.W. Gregory, her best known play is “Radium Girls” about factory workers exposed to radiation poisoning from painting watch dials in an Orange, N.J., factory.
One of my Top 10 favorite plays — “Cyrano de Bergerac” — opens the Two River Theater Company’s 26th season beginning next month.
But the pre-play festivities begin much earlier in Red Bank, NJ. Tonight, as a matter of fact, with a free screening of the film “Roxanne,” an 1987 adaptation of the classic 1897 play by Edmond Rostand .
More than a dozen movies have been based on the the Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac, a French novelist, playwright, epistolarian and duelist.
The romantic comedy stars Steve Martin as C.D. Bales, who is in love with the beautiful Roxanne, played by Daryl Hannah , who is in love with the handsome Chris, played by Rick Rossovich.
The NYTimes called it a “thoroughly charming performance,.
Non-tradional stage production are all the rage these days, such as “Oklahoma! which took home the Best Revival of a Musical at the 2019 Tony Awards.
Tonight, at 9, PBS Channel 13 airs Richard Nelson’s production of the canonical Chekhov drama that may be the most intimate version of the play available, according to the New York Times. The actors, for the most part, delivers their lines in murmurs. Continue reading ‘Uncle Vanya’ airs on Theatre Close Up→
The cast for “Love in Hate Nation” — the follow up to Tony Award-nominee Joe Iconis’ musical “Be More Chill” — has been announced.
The cast includes Sydney Farley (Gloria “Ya Ya” Meeks), Amina Faye (Susannah Son), Jasmine Forsberg (Brenda “Rat” Ratowski), Lauren Marcus (Miss Asp), Kelly McIntyre (Sheila Nail), Lena Skeele (Dorothy Donaldson), Emerson Smith (Kitty Minx), Ryan Vona (The Guy) and Tatiana Wechsler (Judith Ramone).
The world premiere is scheduled to begin performances at the Two River Theater Company in Red Bank, NJ, Saturday, Nov. 9 and continue through Sunday, Dec. 1. The opening night performance is 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15.
Tickets available by calling 732-345-1400, visiting the box office at 21 Bridge Ave. and at tworivertheater.org
When you ask actress, playwright and director Regina Taylor when she has time to sleep, she just laughs.
She won a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in TV’s “I’ll Fly Away” (1993) as well as NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (1995). She’s been a guest star on “The Red Line” and “The Good Fight.” Next year she’s featured in Netflix’s new “All Day and a Night” written and directed by “Black Panther” writer Joe Robert Cole.
More than 2,000 NY City public school students will be the envy of students around the world (and maybe some adults, too) when they attend a behind-the-scenes look at the new Broadway musical “Be More Chill” on May 30.
Creating the Magic, a NYC arts education nonprofit, partners with Broadway productions offering students
The Two River Theater Company launched two shows that landed on NYC stages so far this year. It’s a great way for the Red Bank-based regional theater to celebrate its 25 anniversary season.
TRT playwright-in-residence Madeleine George’s “Hurricane Diane” was staged at the New York Theatre Workshop earlier this season and “Be More Chill” opened last month at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway.