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This week’s theater news blog…

Published August 29th, 2014 by | No Comments

 

Theater news for the week of August 25-31, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!


Happening on Broadway …

Kinky Boots Kicks High for National Tour
Yes!! Check out the inside look at a rehearsal for Kinky Boots as the cast and crew prepare to hit the road for the 2014-2015 national tour. Director and Choreographer, Jerry Mitchell said, “I think the rest of the world needs the message of Kinky Boots.” and we’re ready to receive it! Kinky Boots will be in CLE April 7-19, 2015! (broadway.com) Read More

Jessie J’s High Notes Soar over Neverland
Singer-songwriter and former West End star, Jessie J will join Jennifer Hudson for the upcoming concept album for Finding Neverland. Other stars rumored to be involved in the album are Taylor Swift and Alicia Keys. Previews for Finding Neverland, starring Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly will begin July 23. (broadway.com) Read More

Selfie with the Stars of It’s Only a Play
Previews for the star-studded It’s Only a Play began August 28 on the Great White Way. The show will star big names such as Nathan Lane, Rupert Grint, Matthew Broderick, Stockard Channing, and plenty more “theater royalty.” The comedy will open official on October 9 at the Schoenfeld Theatre. (broadway.com) Read More

Patti LuPone gets “Iced” on the Beach
Tony-winner Patti LuPone was a theatrical good sport when accepting fellow Tony-winner, Audra McDonald’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The challenge has been spreading across social media like a glacial avalanche to raise awareness for ALS. Patti LuPone decided where better to get ice water dumped on you than in the sun on a hot beach; how very Patti LuPone of her. (broadway.com) Read More


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This week’s theater news blog…

Published August 22nd, 2014 by | No Comments

Theater news for the week of August 18-24, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!


Happening on Broadway …

Norm Lewis and Sierra Boggess in Phantom of the Opera
The video above can only hint at the performances Norm Lewis and Sierra Boggess deliver each time they take the stage in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera. Lewis notes soar as the first African-American Phantom on Broadway with Boggess’ return to the show as his dear Christine. (playbill.com) Read More

Truth to the Rumors; Emma Stone Confirms Broadway Debut
Whispers of Emma Stone’s Broadway debut in Cabaret prove to be true with the show confirming the good news! Cabaret welcomes Stones as Sally Bowles for a limited engaged from November 11-February 1. Stone will replace Michelle Williams who has been performing the role since it’s Broadway revival. (broadway.com) Read More

Broadway to get Bigger?
Prominent Broadway group, the Shubert Organization is in talks of making the Great White Way a bit bright with another theater. The proposed plan will build a new 1,500 seat theater from the ground up between West 45th and 46th Street. The $150 million dollar project would be “the Shuberts” 18th Broadway house. (broadway.com) Read More 

Motown the Musical to Take a “Broadway Break”
Motown the Musical has occupied the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre since April 2013 and after nearly two years will say goodbye on January 18, 2015, but only for a moment. The musical is set to re-open on Broadway at the Nederland Theatre in July 2016. In the meantime, Motown the Musical‘s first national tour opened this spring and will be in CLE October 3-19! (theatermania.com) Read More


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Plating up Pippin: A sneak peak at the 2014-15 PlayhouseSquare Season

Published August 20th, 2014 by | No Comments

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It’s no secret that we enjoy entertaining. More than 1,000 events hit our stages and spaces each year and that means that more than 1 million people walk through our doors. And now, with the addition of the “dazzling” exterior features, it seems that more and more folks are heading through our part of town. Some of these folks come in GROUPS. And one thing we do well is… entertain groups.

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Brad Henderson of Les 7 doigts de la main

Yesterday, we had the amazing privilege to host a luncheon with close to 200 group leaders (representatives from community, business, education, travel and tour groups) to preview what’s in store for the 2014-2015 season. There is literally something for everyone in the upcoming season. From our KeyBank Broadway Series to a return engagement of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast to legendary performers like Frankie Valli and Tony Bennett- SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! (Insert shameless plug: for a FULL list of the 2014-2015 season, click here.)

It began as a typical luncheon would- background music, light chatter, the sound of forks and spoons hitting plates, but as lunch was wrapping up was when the magic began as this luncheon was not your typical luncheon. Well maybe it was if your luncheons include delicious food (thanks to Driftwood Catering!), an engaging emcee (big shout out to PlayhouseSquare Senior Vice President Gina Vernaci!), a Broadway star, and, oh, a circus performer. I’m guessing that they don’t, right? The first surprise in store was a visit from Brad Henderson of Les 7 doigts de la main (which translates to the 7 fingers of the hand); this is the company of acrobats responsible for training and recruiting talented circus performers for Pippin. Instead of trying to explain Brad’s amazing talent, see for yourself:

And since we had a circus performance showcasing Pippin, why not bring out its star? You know, Ciara Renee` (former Baldwin Wallace University grad), who currently performs nightly as the “Leading Player in Pippin on Broadway? Sure, why not.

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Gina Vernaci chats with Ciara Renee

Hit it, Ciara!

So two takeaways…

1. CANNOT wait until February 3, 2015 when Pippin hits PlayhouseSquare. This show looks brilliant and stunning.

2. Don’t you want to be a group leader?

In response to both, tickets to Pippin go on sale September 5- so mark your calendar if you are as excited as I am. If you can’t wait, why not become a group leader and get those tickets today? You just need 10 or more people. One of the perks of bringing a group is that many of our shows have a group discount available. Another great perk is that our incredible Group Services team has many tricks up their collective sleeve to help make your outing one that you will never forget.

If you’d like to learn more about bringing a group to PlayhouseSquare, click here.

This week’s theater news blog…

Published August 15th, 2014 by | No Comments

Theater news for the week of August 11-17, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!


Happening on Broadway …

Broadway’s Aladdin Pays Tribute to Robin Williams
On Tuesday, August 12, James Monroe Iglehart, Aladdin on Broadway’s Genie led the crowd in a thoughtful and touching tribute of “Never Had a Friend Like Me.” Iglehart explained that the world did not only loose one of its greatest comedians, but greatest entertainers. (time.comRead More

Rumors Swirls About Emma Stone on Broadway
Could Emma Stone take the stage for the first time on the Great White Way? Film star, Emma Stone had been in talks to open the revival of Cabaret, but due to scheduling conflicts, Michelle Williams hooked the role instead. Williams will be ending her extended Cabaret run on November 9 and Stone is the talk of the town for the next Sally Bowles. (broadway.com) Read More

Second Star to the Right, and Straight on to Broadway!
Finding Neverland will be making its Broadway debut in March 2015 and Harvey Weinstein has no doubts it will shine. In a recent interview, he said “Diane (Paulus, director) and I are well aware of what we need to do, especially in the first act. The second act is near-perfect.” (broadwayworld.com) Read More

Casting Poll: Who should be the next star on stage?
Take this poll to cast your vote on which Broadway starlet should be the next Miss Mona Stangley in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas revival! Actresses included in the poll are Jennifer Hudson, Catherina Zeta-Jones, Kristin Chenoweth, and Patina Miller. Who’s your choice? (broadway.com) Read More

The Lights Go Down on Broadway for Lauren Bacall
The lights on Broadway were dimmed for a moment to honor Tony Award-winning actress, Lauren Bacall. Bacall lit up the screen and stage starting in 1942 with a walk-on role in Johnny 2 x 4. She went on to nab two Tony’s; one for Applause and another for Woman of the Year. Bacall passed away at the age of 89 and leaves us with her bright legacy on Broadway. (broadwayworld.com) Read More


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This week’s theater news blog…

Published August 8th, 2014 by | No Comments

Andrew Rannell’s First Appearance as Hedwig
Filling Neil Patrick Harris’ pumps on Broadway will be Andrew Rannell. Although this news broke quite a bit ago, our excitement has been rejuvenated since the release of his very first commercial for Hedwig and the Angry Inch. (theatermania.com) Read More

 

Theater news for the week of August 4-10, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!


Happening on Broadway …

A Dream is a Wish Keke Palmer has Made
Keke Palmer is Broadway’s newest Cinderella! Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella will welcome the first African-American leading lady, Keke Palmer as the title role of Cinderella. (cinderellaonbroadway.comRead More

Ben Platt & Meryl Streep Together for Ricki and the Flash
The Book of Mormon and Pitch Perfect star, Ben Platt will join Meryl Streep on stage for Ricki and the Flash. Meryl Streep will take the title role of Ricki, a rocker chick following her dreams beyond the “social norm.” Platt will play Daniel, a bartender who worships Ricki’s every move. (broadwayworld.com) Read More

You’ve Reached the Voicemail of Audra McDonald
Okay, maybe it’s not really her phone number, but it’s really her voice! Six-time Tony winning Broadway star, Audra McDonald will be participating in the Second Annual Sleep Out: Broadway Edition charity events to benefit homeless youth. Her donation, you ask? To record a personal voice message for your cell phone. (broadway.com) Read More

Disney Talks Stage Adaptation of The Princess Bride
Dreams really do come true! Disney is holding on to the high hopes of getting The Princess Bride to the Great White Way. Since it’s film release in 1987, The Princess Bride has been a Disney favorite for all audiences. Although it has not yet been official announced as a musical adaptation, I think we can make an educated guess given Disney’s Broadway success. (playbill.com) Read More


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This week’s theater news…

Published August 1st, 2014 by | No Comments

IT’S HERE!! The official teaser trailer for the Into the Wood film adaptation was released today and our excitement cannot be contained. Which character are you most excited to see on the big screen?

Theater news for the week of July 27-August 1, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Flashback Friday: The Original Into the Woods Broadway Trailer
Speaking of not containing our exictement, we’re going to keep it going. The original trailer and promotional photos for the 1987 Broadway debut of Into the Woods has resurfaced in light of the teaser trailer’s release. The trailer features original cast members Bernadette Peters, Joanna Gleason, and Chip Zien and many more. (theatermania.comRead More

Barbra Streisand to Star in and Direct the Gypsy Remake?
With a new screenwriter chosen for the Gypsy film remake, Babs may step up to the director’s chair as well as starring in the film. Oscar-nominated screenwriter, Richard LaGravenese has been hired to pen the film, replacing previously reported screenwriter, Julian Fellowes. The many ups and downs of this project only build the anticipation and excitement for another Barbra film! (broadway.com) Read More

Pippin‘s John Rubinstein is Honored with a Sardi’s Portrait
Upon his return to the circus of Pippin on Broadway, John Rubinstein received a coveted Broadway honor, a caricature at Sardi’s. Rubinstein will take the stage as Pippin’s father in the show, previously played Pippin in the original production. The national touring production of Pippin will be in CLE February 3-15. Get your tickets to the show NOW! (broadway.com) Read More

Limited Engagement of Hair at the Hollywood Bowl
The famed outdoor venue, the Hollywood Bowl will play host to a three-day enagement of Hair August 1-3. The star-studded cast includes celebrities such as Frozen‘s Kristen Bell and Glee‘s Jenna Ushkowitz. Director Adam Shankman says he is “over the moon about the cast…” (playbill.com) Read More

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CLE Takes the Stage

Published July 30th, 2014 by | No Comments

Oprah, you might want to scoot over for “Where Are They Now” CLE style. It’s no doubt Cleveland has been a springboard for many theater careers, but some names native to CLE may surprise you!

Margaret Hamilton

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Miss Gulch herself, or as her famed character is more commonly known, The Wicked Witch of the West from Wizard of Oz. To us here at home, Margaret Hamilton is just a hometown Cleveland gal. Margaret was born in Cleveland, attended school in Shaker Heights, and yep, even starred in a number of Cleveland Play House stage productions!

Jonathan Freeman

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Why, Mr. Freeman, what a villainous voice you have! Cleveland claims another star in Jonathan Freeman. Frequent to Disney’s stage and screen as the voice of Jafar in Aladdin (film and stage production) as well as starring in roles in Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Mary Poppins. Freeman grew up participating in children’s theater all over Cleveland, even performing some of his future roles. What’s next? Perhaps a return to your CLE roots?

Halle Berry

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Can we get an O-H-I-WHOA?! Or just make that “O” for Oscar winner, Halle Berry. Born and raised in Cleveland, her name first made headlines when she represented the state of Ohio winning the Miss Teen All-American Pageant and as first runner-up for the Miss U.S.A Pageant. She has now gone on to win an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and an Emmy Award. Do we see an EGOT on the horizon?

Ciara Renee

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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Ciara Renee is stepping into her brightest Broadway spotlight yet as Leading Playing in Broadway’s Pippin! You know her from CLE productions such as Lizzie Borden: The Musical and Passing Strange. We foresee a long Broadway career for the Baldwin-Wallace grad.

Corey Mach

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Most recently Corey Mach returned to Cleveland, right here at PlayhouseSquare, starring in the national tour of Flashdance the Musical. Yet another Baldwin Wallace graduate, Corey seems to be paving the Great White Way for his next big move! Something must be in the water over at Baldwin Wallace!

Josh Rhett Noble

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Although technically born in Florida, we still claim Josh Rhett Noble as one of our own. Remember him from the CLE production of Altar Boyz? Josh is currently back in action in the Olmsted Performing Arts production of Jekyll and Hyde!

We’re so proud to be surrounded by so much talent! Break a leg, CLE! 
Let’s hear it for the “full monty” of Ohioan stage successes!
Do you have any to add to the list? Let us know with a comment below!

 

This week’s theater news blog…

Published July 11th, 2014 by | No Comments

 

Cleveland Native and Broadway’s Pippin Star, Ciara Renee at 54 Below

Theater news for the week of July 14-20, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Broadway Stands Up For Freedom Benefit Line-Up Announced
Broadway’s annual benefit, Broadway Stands Up For Freedom which promotes the NYCLU’s youth programs, including its work with LGBT teenagers and its Teen Activist Project, will feature Broadway stars such as Lena Hall, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Adam Chandler-Berat, Justin Guarini, and more! (broadwayworld.com) Read more.

Oscar Winner Helen Mirren Will Star in Peter Morgan’s The Audience on Broadway in 2015
Helen Mirren will travel across the pond with The Audience reprising her role as Queen Elizabeth II. The Audience hones in on the Queen’s 50 years of private meetings with England’s Prime Ministers. It’s success on The West End has sparked its takeover of Broadway in 2015. This is not Mirren’s first time playing the Queen, in fact she earned an Academy Award starring in Peter Morgan’s 2006 film, The Queen. (broadway.comRead more.

Closing Time for Five Broadway Limited Engagement Shows
TClosing July 20th, Martin McDonaugh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan made a splash on Broadway starring Daniel Radcliffe as a crippled Irish man with big Hollywood dreams. Curtain call also comes on July 27 for Of Mice and Men starring Hollywood big-hitters, James Franco, Chris O’Dowd, and Leighton Meester. Other Broadway shows closing soon are Forbidden Broadway (July 20), Buyer and Cellar (July 27), and The City of Conversation (July 26). (broadway.com) Read more.

Which Broadway Animal Would You Adopt?
A new fun survey leads you to Broadway’s best friends, animals! There are plenty furry faces to choose from including nearly the entire cast of Cats, Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Doctor Dillamond from Wicked, and many more. (broadway.com) Read more.

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This week’s theater news blog…

Published June 27th, 2014 by | No Comments


A Chorus Line celebrates its 40th birthday!

Theater news for the week of June 21-29, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Leads for national tour of Pippin announced
Pippin has announced the first national tour cast, which will star Sasha Allen and Kyle Selig as Leading Player and Pippin, respectively. Allen, a finalist on the four season of NBC’s The Voice and Selig (The Book of Mormon national tour) will be joined by Tony winner John Rubinstein as Charles. Additional casting will be announced soon. The national tour of Pippin kicks off this September in Denver. Pippin  heads into Cleveland February 3-15, 2015. (broadway.com) Read more.

If I Then celebrates 100 performances on Broadway
The cast of Broadway’s If I Then, starring Idina Menzel celebrated a milestone 100 Broadway performances on June 25. Directed by Michael Greif and featuring a score by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, If I Then follows the lives of Elizabeth (Menzel) who moves to New York to restart her life. (broadway.com) Read more.

Broadway celebrates the 40th Birthday of A Chorus Line
Broadway celebrated the 40th birthday of A Chorus Line on June 23, 2014 with a celebration at Central Park’s Delacorte Theater that included both friends, fans and original cast members. A Chorus Line opened at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway on July 25, 1975; the musical received 12 Tony Award nominations and won 9 of them, in addition to the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. (broadway.com) Read more.

Heat up your summer with Broadway.com’s Ultimate Summer Playlist
Summer is officially here – and that means it’s time for a new summer Broadway-inspired playlist! Broadway.com put together a Spotify playlist of their top summer Broadway hits – including music from Grease, Company and Sunday in the Park with George. What are your go-to Broadway summer hits? (broadway.com) Read more.

 

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This week’s theater news blog…

Published June 20th, 2014 by | No Comments

Theater news for the week of June 14-20, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Leads for national tour of Kinky Boots announced
Kyle Taylor Parker and Steven Booth have been cast as Simon/Lola and Charlie Price, respectively, in the national tour of Kinky Boots, set to head out on the road this September! Parker, who played one of the Angels and served as a Lola understudy and Booth (Avenue Q, Dogfight) will be joined by Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Hairspray, Legally Blonde) as Lauren, Joe Coots (Full Monty National Tour) as Don, Craig Waletzko (Guys and Dolls, Young Frankenstein) as George and Grace Stockade as Nicola. Kinky Boots struts into Cleveland April 7-19, 2015. (broadway.com) Read more.

Meryl Streep to star in screen adaptation of Master Class
Oscar winner Meryl Streep will star as Maria Callas in an HBO adaptation of Terrence McNally’s Master Class. EGOT winner Mike Nichols will lead the project, which is expected to begin filming in January 2015. Master Class is “a portrait of an opera diva told through her recollections of the glories, triumphs, and tragedies of her own life and career.” The original production of Master Class won 1996 Tony Awards for Best Play, Best Actress (Zoe Caldwell as Callas) and Best Featured Actress (Audra McDonald as a student performing during one of the diva’s master classes). (broadway.com) Read more.

Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint to make Broadway debut
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley) will make his Broadway debut in It’s Only a Play. Grint joins a star-studded cast, including Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane and Stockard Channing. The newly-revised Terrence McNally play will begin performance this fall with an official opening date of October 9, 2014. (broadway.com) Read more.

 

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