Tony Winner Alan Cumming Returns to Broadway This Spring in Acclaimed One-Man Interpretation of MACBETH

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Direct from acclaimed, sold-out engagements at the National Theatre of Scotland and the Lincoln Center Festival, Tony and Olivier Award winner (“Cabaret”) and two-time Emmy nominee (“The Good Wife”) Alan Cumming returns to Broadway this spring in a one-man interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s darkest and most powerful tragedies, Macbeth. Produced by Ken Davenport, the National Theatre […]

Godspell will close June 24


The Broadway revival of Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell has officially announced a closing date. The final performance will be June 24 at the Circle in the Square Theatre. It will have played 30 preview performances and 264 regular performances at the time of closing. The production, directed by Daniel Goldstein, recently took on Corbin […]

Corbin Bleu Back on Broadway


Star of “High School Musical” and In The Heights, Corbin Bleu will be joining the cast of Godspell on April 17th. Bleu will take over the role of Jesus from the original star Hunter Parish, who will play his final performance on April 15th. Composer Stephen Schwartz had this to say: “I know […]

Special ‘Tweet Seat Performance’ for Godspell


In an earlier post Theater Advisor discussed the use of Tweet Seats. Tweet Seats are the implementation of Live Tweeting, which as described by Twitter, is “to engage on Twitter for a continuous period of time—anywhere from twenty minutes to a few hours—with a sequence of focused tweets.” Theaters across the country are […]

Broadway in 2032: TEDxBroadway looks to the future


What will Broadway be in twenty years? Well, Damian Bazadona, founder of Situation Interactive, Broadway producer Ken Davenport, and Jim McCarthy, CEO of Goldstar were especially interested in the answer. The three have organized an event to help shine some light on the question and hopefully get some answers. Today, January 23, some […]