Sting joins THE LAST SHIP on Broadway

    Breaking news! The NY Times reports that Sting will be joining the cast of the musical he penned, The Last Ship for a constrained run from December ninth to January 10, 2015. He will be supplanting performer Jimmy Nail, who is said to have “favored” the move. The generation has been allegedly losing $75,000 a week since exhibitions started on

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    At Washington National Opera, 20-moment musical dramas are more right than wrong

    The Washington National Opera’s American Opera Initiative commissions work from adolescent writers. This is a good thing. I am not totally prepared to grasp its start that the most ideal approach to begin is by charging 20-moment musical shows, in light of the fact that I’m not certain precisely what composition a short-structure piece demonstrates around a writer’s capacity to

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    The Met’s crazy year

    From blood-scattered men in wedding dresses in front of an audience to incensed dissenters off and furious inner disagreement, the Met Opera has had a rollercoaster year. Anticipate that more show will come. A week ago amid Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk at the Metropolitan Opera, I was viewing an old man bump a table before a pile of refuse

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    Shakespeare Theater Organization Arrangements to Dole Out 1,000 Free Tickets to Each Show

    In a push to make theater available to occupants of the Washington, DC territory, 1,000 free tickets will be made accessible to each mainstage creation at the Shakespeare Theater Company’s 2014-15 season as a component of its new program “Choice.” The activity dispatches with the right now running generation of As You Like It, which proceeds through Dec. 14, and

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    The CW Will Restore Shakespeare in Mark Harmon’s “Shakespeare’s Sisters”

    The CW system will collaborate with Mark Harmon (“NCIS”) to workshop and create “Shakespeare’s Sisters,” a period dramatization after William Shakespeare’s brilliant life and vocation history in the late sixteenth century. Notice As per the Hollywood Reporter, the show is as of now “depicted as an issue of dark enchantment, sentiment and reprisal, [and] the dramatization is situated in 1590s

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    Carrie the Musical – ECC Singers/EPA

    La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts Category:Performer Description: La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts | La Mirada, CA Call Type Equity Chorus Contract HAT HAT – Tier and Salary Pending Personnel Dir-Brady Schwind Producers-La Mirada Theatre for the Perf Arts in assoc w Bruce Robert Harris, Jack W. Batman, & The Transfer Group MD-TBA Chgph-Omara Quinonenz Casting Dir-Michael

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    Auditions for Legally Blonde Jr. Ages 12 – 17

    Oh My God, You Guys!!! Oldlegally-blonde-jrer participants will be eligible for our Main-Stage production of Legally Blonde Jr. Our senior cast (roughly ages 12 and up) will take the stage by storm in this glittery upbeat musical based on the blockbuster film of the same name! “A fabulously fun international award-winning musical based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde JR.,

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