Friday, July 18, 2008

ATW NewsClips - Mid-Afternoon Links

Orlando Sentinel Attention Must Be Paid Blog

Puppet events for July

Fort Worth Star-Telegram Pop Cultural District Blog

High School Musical(s) move into the bigtime
Not talking about Disney's juggernaut, but actual musicals performed by students at real high schools

Chicago Tribune Theater Loop Blog

Want to see the hottest British show of last year? Road trip to Complicite..
One show has utterly dominated the British theater awards in the last year or so. And it wasn't by David Hare or Tom Stoppard or Harold Pinter. It was Complicite's production of "A Disappearing Number." Simon McBurney's company-devised show won...

New York Magazine Vulture Blog

Vulture Crush Dominic Cooper on ‘Mamma Mia!’ and Why He’s No Heartthrob


* Warren, Graham, Ewoldt, Kromer, Hurst and Thomas Set for Free DCT Readings
* Spin Will Feature Short Plays by Rapp, Gionfriddo, Thompson and More
* DeLaria Will Sing Arlen, Porter, LaChiusa and More on New CD, "The Live Smoke Sessions"
* Little Fish Recording, with Ripley, Jbara and Kimball, Due in September
* Barnaba Will Be Truman in Give Em Hell Harry! Beginning July 20 Off-Broadway
* Camp Broadway to Perform in Macy's Parade; Auditions Held July 19


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Betty Buckley, Barrett Foa, Megan Hilty, Derek Keeling, Aaron Lazar, S. Epatha Merkerson, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Rapp and a host of stars attend the opening of Broadway's [title of show].

* American Idol's Davis, Guarini, Hernandez, Locke, to Play Rrazz Room This Summer
* High School Musical: Get in the Picture Begins ABC Run on July 20
* Wilton, West Join Anderson, Branagh, Jacobi in Donmar Warehouse Season

The Producer's Perspective Blog

The sequel to sequels.
So Les Miserables II: One Show More is out of the question.
Ditto to the sibling sequel Thoroughly Modern Molly.

The Guardian - Performing Arts Blog

Matt Wolf: West Side Story in Spanish? You're talking my language now

London Theatre Guide

Gate announces season of premieres and Sadler’s transfer
A new adaptation of Hedda Gabler, the world premiere of a new dance theatre piece and the UK premiere of German playwright Falk Richter’s State Of Emergency comprise the Gate’s new season.

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