Theater-Film TALK

New York Theatre Workshop will present Born 1000 Times as part of their artistic instigator project with Andre Holland, Michelle Williams, Marin Ireland and more for Hilton Als presents Part 2: Selections from Tennessee Williams – Check www.NYTW.org for more information.

Show of Titles, Featuring Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal & More will premiere on Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 7pm ET and be available for four days only. All proceeds will benefit The Actors Fund. The evening will also feature performances by Annaleigh AshfordLen CariouGavin CreelDarren CrissSantino FontanaDavid Alan GrierJake GyllenhaalIsabelle HuppertNorm LewisPatti LuPoneRob McClure . . . www.broadwaybestshows.com

Signature Theatre will welcome audiences back to the Pershing Square Signature Center starting June 22 with The Watering Hole, immersive theatrical installation conceived and created by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage and director Miranda Haymon. The piece will activate nearly all of Signature’s spaces, from the lobby … to the backstages and beyond. It will run through July 25. www.signaturetheatre.org

Jason Danieley will guest direct The Full Monty at Skylight Music Theatre in Milwaukee, which opens Sept. 24. He was in the original cast of the Tony Award nominated Broadway production.

Styx lead singer/songwriter Dennis DeYoung  will be in residence at Skylight on his newly imagined The Hunchback of Notre Dame opening May 27 with Tony Award nominee Robert Cuccioli in the role of Archdeacon Frollo.  Information on full season HERE.


NAATCO will present remote live performances of the US Premiere of What If If Only, a new play by Caryl Churchill. The performances will stream Monday June 7th through Saturday June 12th nightly at 7:00 pm EST.


Nex Gen Studios will be taking over the space previously occupied by Pearl Studios NYC at 519 8th Ave in Midtown Manhattan. The space will open June 14 with plans for expansion  in early 2022.


An immersive movie-going experience, Broadway Live Cinema Festival, is coming to Times Square this summer ahead of Broadway’s planned reopening in September. The screenings will incorporate live performances by Broadway stars, with a slate featuring In The Heights, Chicago, Little Shop of Horrors, the original West Side Story, and The Wizard of Oz. The inaugural festival runs from July 15–August 8 at AMC Empire 25 in NYC.

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