‘My Fair Lady’ is coming to Chicago in 2020

On Tuesday, Broadway in Chicago declared that the North American voyage through Lincoln Center Theater’s generation of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s “My Fair Lady” will play at the Cadillac Palace Theater. To get Cheap My Fair Lady Chicago Theater Tickets visit Tickets4Chicago now! Obtaining with us implies a more secure exchange, convenient conveyance […]

Tickets On Sale Now For Wild Kratts Live 2.0 at Wharton Center

It will be WILD! Youthful fans and their families across the country are available for considerably more experience on the animal trail when the world-renowned Kratt Brothers hit the street with an all-new stage experience! Wild Kratts LIVE 2.0 – Activate Creature Power!, the showy generation featuring Martin and Chris Kratt, in view of the […]


‘Hadestown’ Is Big Winner At 2019 Tony Awards With 8 Trophies

Anaïs Mitchell’s people show crush shocked nobody by bringing home the Best Musical honor on Broadway’s greatest night. Broadway’s “Hadestown” was named the 2019 Tony Award champ for Best Musical, commanding a service with few shocks. Anaïs Mitchell’s jazz and blues-arched “people show” beat out contenders like “The Prom” and “Tootsie” for the top prize […]

Director sees beauty and power in ‘Anastasia’

Tony-winning executive Darko Tresnjak saw the tale of “Anastasia” from another point. “The underlying motion picture was a tale about these men instructing her to be a princess,” he says. “It’s really an anecdote about a lady who shows three men how to be better individuals. They’re altogether improved for having known her.” In light […]

Review: Best of 2012 Theatre

The end of the year and time to once again reflect on the year’s theatrical offerings and try to assemble a list of highlights. In many ways this was a year where sport interrupted the theatrical calendar with the Olympic and Paralympic Games eating into the theatre going and providing their own unique, and hard […]

Review: Aladdin – Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Aladdin seems to be the pantomime of choice this year, with magic lamps being rubbed up and down the country. It’s easy to see why; the spectacle and exotic settings providing a sumptuous backdrop to the onstage clownery. The Orchard Theatre’s production, though, has added a new twist to the Eastern setting, mixing the Orient […]

Review: Dial M For Murgatroyd – Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich

The whodunit is a theatrical staple. Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has recently celebrated its 250,000th performance over 60 years in the West End but in Eastern Angles marvelous mad murder mystery the genre has been given an anarchic makeover. The traditional ‘whodunit’ cry of ‘the butler did it’ doesn’t last long here as the menservants […]

Review: People – National Theatre, London

“People, People who need people”… Barbara Streisand’s famous song wasn’t the inspiration for Alan Bennett’s latest play for the National Theatre. In fact if Bennett’s theme is understood it’s more a case of people who don’t want people. In a large, crumbling Georgian pile Lady Dorothy Stacpole is confined to one room, the leaking roof, […]

Feature: Theatre UK Award predictions

While many theatre awards focus on London, the Theatre Management Association’s Theatre Awards UK, being held later this week, look further afield and covers the entire country. Perhaps the awards don’t quite hit the headlines in the way the Olivier Awards do but it’s an important area to celebrate and one we need to support. […]