By Constance Drugeot Picture: all rights reserved On Monday 5th October 2020, a new British Dance Musical premiered online on Inplayer. Written by Sam Cassidy and directed and choreographed by Ainsley Ricketts, this musical follows the love story of Jack … Continue reading Review: Wait For Me, a magical British dance musical
Where’s all our soul sistas? Before a global pandemic caused theatres around the world the close their doors, Moulin Rouge! The Musical managed to catch a glimpse at what being a Lady Ms is behind-the-scene. back in February, they filmed … Continue reading “Moulin Rouge!” announces new documentary series focused on The Lady Ms
By Constance Drugeot Picture: Charlotte Imber The sun shone on London during the weekend of the 4th-6th September 2020! More precisely, on the Jetty of the Turbine Theatre, right next to the Battersea Power Station, where a production of Hair … Continue reading ‘Let the Sunshine In’: Hair at the Turbine Theatre
By Constance Drugeot Picture: Playbill.com We have gathered for you an extensive list of resources for anti-racism in British Theatre, from articles to read, plays to discover, videos to watch as well as black artists, creators and companies to know … Continue reading Resource Guide for Anti-Racism in Theatre: West End
By Moira Armstrong Picture: playbill.com As we create lists of resources for educating yourself on anti-racism, diversifying your social media feeds, and supporting Black organizations circulate, we wanted to compile a similar list focused around Broadway! Thank you to @afterastorms … Continue reading Resource Guide for Anti-Racism in Theatre: Broadway
By Constance Drugeot Picture: Mark Senior As you can imagine, with the spread of the pandemic and the lockdown and social distancing measures, I haven’t been to the theatre since March. So when I heard that the Open Air Theatre … Continue reading Jesus Christ Superstar at the Open Air Theatre: Theatre in the time of Corona
Despite a rough year for the theatre industry, the biggest night on Broadway will take place this fall. Though the date has not yet been set, the Broadway League and American Theatre Wing have announced that the ceremony will occur virtually this fall. In an ordinary year, the nominees come from the shows that opened between the previous May and the following April; this year’s had been scheduled for June 7 at Radio City Music Hall. However, on March 25–thirteen days after the COVID-19 pandemic forced all Broadway shows to shut down–the American Theatre Wing and Broadway League declared a … Continue reading The Show Will Go On: 2020 Tony Awards Set to Take Place This Fall
By Dorothy Grace Picture: all rights reserved On August 14th, the Turbine Theatre announced a festival of live entertainment. The festival will take place over several weeks (starting on the 26th of August), and is to be performed next to … Continue reading Turbine Theatre announces an upcoming season of shows!
By Dorothy Grace Picture: all rights reserved Give a cheer, as pro-shots and movie-musicals are returning to cinemas across the UK! “The King and I”, “Micheal Ball and Alfie Boe: Back Together”, “Kinky Boots” and “42nd Street” will be playing … Continue reading Musicals to be returning to cinemas across the UK!