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2017 Breakthrough: Brooklynn Prince of 'The Florida Project'

Tina Turner Writing Sequel to Memoir 'I, Tina'

By Jake Coyle |
Seven-year-old Brooklynn Prince is sitting in a darkened TV studio with lights, cameras and control panels all around her. "Mission to Mars, mission to Mars," she says. &...

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Evidence, Choreographer Ron  K. Brown's Company, Tours with Mix of New and Old

Evidence, Choreographer Ron K. Brown's Company, Tours with Mix of New and Old

By Lewis Whittington | Dec 13
After a long absence, choreographer Ron K. Brown brings his dance company Evidence to Philadelphia with a wide-ranging dance concert in performances at NEXTMOVE Dance series at the Prince Theater.

 Review :: Once On This Island

Review :: Once On This Island

By Bobby McGuire | Dec 8
After an absence of over a quarter century, "Once On This Island," Lynn Ahrens and Steven Flaherty's calypso fairy tale is back on Broadway in a hyper-realistic reimagining that is a 90 minute theatrical thrill ride for the emotions.

 Review :: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical

Review :: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical

By Bobby McGuire | Dec 7
"SpongeBob SquarePants," Nickelodeon's perennial cartoon favorite of toddlers and stoners alike has arrived on Broadway in what could be the most unlikely idea for a brilliant musical since Sondheim set cannibalism to song.

Broadway Producers Sue Over Casting Directors' Union Drive

Broadway Producers Sue Over Casting Directors' Union Drive

By Karen Matthews | Dec 6
Broadway producers filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against casting directors who are seeking to unionize and the Teamsters local that would represent them.

 Review :: Summer: The Donna Summer Musical
Los Angeles, CA

Review :: Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

By Kevin Taft | Dec 5
While the book needs to be completely redone, there is something so genuinely infectious about the new musical about Donna Summer's life that you love it anyway.

 Review :: The Unauthorized Musical Parody of 'Home Alone'
Los Angeles, CA

Review :: The Unauthorized Musical Parody of 'Home Alone'

By Harker Jones | Dec 5
Kevin McCallister is stuck at "Home Alone" in the latest edition of the "Unauthorized Musical Parody Of" series at Rockwell Table & Stage.

The 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Raises Funds for BC/EFA

The 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Raises Funds for BC/EFA

Dec 4
Broadway's brightest will celebrate six weeks of dedicated fundraising in a spectacular showcase of songs and skits when the Gypsy of the Year competition returns December 4 and 5 to the New Amsterdam Theatre.

 Review :: Something Rotten!
Los Angeles, CA

Review :: Something Rotten!

By Dale Reynolds | Dec 4
Who invented the American Musical? Why Shakespeare and Company, of course!

 Review :: Bled For the Household Truth
Los Angeles, CA

Review :: Bled For the Household Truth

By Dale Reynolds | Dec 4
When a 39-year old advertises for a female roommate, what the ad brings in makes for theater.

 Review :: The Heart of Robin Hood
Los Angeles, CA

Review :: The Heart of Robin Hood

By Dale Reynolds | Dec 4
Revisit Robin Hood, Maid Marion, Merry Men, and villain King John at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.

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