MTC’s THE MADRID, Starring Edie Falco Begins Previews Today, February 5

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Manhattan Theatre Club’s world premiere of The Madrid, the new play by Liz Flahive, directed by Leigh Silverman begins previews today, February 5 at 7 PM at MTC at New York City Center  in preparation for a Tuesday, February 26 opening night. The limited engagement has already been extended through Sunday, April 21. The Madrid stars Seth Clayton, Tony Award […]

MTC’s The Madrid, starring Edie Falco, extends – tickets now on sale through April 21

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Manhattan Theatre Club is pleased to announce a one week extension for The Madrid, the world premiere play by Liz Flahive (From Up Here, “Nurse Jackie”), directed by Leigh Silverman (In The Wake, Chinglish). Tickets for The Madrid are now on sale through Sunday, April 21 with previews beginning Tuesday, February 5 for a Tuesday, February 26 opening at MTC at […]

Rob McClure of Chaplin Awarded the Clive Barnes Foundation Award

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Rob McClure, star of Chaplin, received the Clive Barnes Foundation Award in Theater for his performance as Charlie Chaplin. Hosted by Michael Riedel, the third annual Clive Barnes Awards too place yesterday at The Walter Reade Theatre, Lincoln Center. The Clive Barnes Awards is a distinguished annual honor recognizing the work of young […]

Broadway Grosses fall further for the week ending 2-12-12

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Wicked reclaims the top spot this week end, grossing $1,508,501—about $160,000 more than last week. Though, The Book of Mormon wasn’t interested in being outdone. It’s becoming a habit; aided by the hefty $169.76 average ticket price, the show broke the Eugene O’Neill Theatre’s house record for the 28th time, grossing $1,485,740 and […]

Top Ten of 2011: Breakout Stars

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Every year boasts a host of new talent and the discovery and rise of new actors. While a few have been treading the waters for years, the most exciting part was discovering brand new talent that demanded attention. There were a lot of wonderful actors to choose from—probably enough to make ten lists. […]

Broadway’s Holiday Performance Schedule

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Looking for something to do with the family this holiday season? Happen to enjoy Broadway shows? Well, you’re in luck! While the performance schedules for the weeks of Christmas and New Year’s are both irregular, shows are still running during the holiday season. Check out the schedules below! Do keep in mind that […]

Broadway Grosses for Week Ending 11-6-2011

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Send to Kindle  Broadway grosses for the week ending 11-6-2011 slightly decrease but overall remain steady.  No new shows joined the millionaire club but The Lion King surpassed Wicked for the number 1 spot by $43,669.  Average capacity and average ticket price both dropped 1.82% and $1.31 respectively. In its final week of previews Godspell […]

David Ives’ Venus in Fur Opens on Broadway to Rave Reviews

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Last winter David Ives’ Venus in Fur premiered at Classic Stage Company where Nina Arianda (Born Yesterday) gave the  breakout performance of the year under the direction of Walter Bobbie.  Arianda reprises her role as the sexy dominatrix Vanda opposite Hugh Dancy (Black Hawk Down, King Arthur) in this Manhattan Theatre Club production […]

Broadway Grosses for Week Ending 10-16-2011 Above $20 Million Again

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Send to Kindle The Broadway Grosses for the week ending 10-16-2011 are up over $2 million from the previous week and hit the $20 million mark for the first time since w/e 8-21-2011.  Godspell, Chinglish, Manhattan Theater Club’s Venus in Fur and Lincoln Center Theater’s Other Desert Cities all began previews while The Mountaintop opened […]

So Many Shows, So Little Time

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Fall is the season of the theatergoer with new shows opening and beginning previews every week.  Whether it be on Broadway, Off-Broadway or in regional theaters across the country, new productions are mounted to kick off the start of a new season.  Today alone there are six shows in the headlines which begin […]