After last month’s 2017 Tony Awards in New York, we thought it would be interesting to see what is hot over in the London theatre scene a few months after the super exciting Olivier Award winners were revealed at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Here’s is a selection of some of the hottest tickets in town, many coming from or to Broadway.
Hamilton and Hello, Dolly!–complete opposites of the musical theatre spectrum, one would think. StageAgent editor and blogger, Laura Ware, shares her thoughts on the correlations in such different shows and their relevance in our current political climate, and how much we need both of them today in the growth and influence of musical theatre itself.
Touring can be a magical and wonderful experience, whether you’re a replacement in the road company of Wicked, or launching a new tour like Bright Star. Be excited about it! Read here how you can make the most out of your road journey.
Every spring, the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre invites local teens to participate in a new works festival written, directed, designed, and performed by their peers. Unlike most opportunities for teens, recent college grads guide them through the production process, but the teens carry the bulk of the work. The process is exhilarating, exhausting, and inspiring to watch both onstage and off.
What happens when an actor grabs that brass ring at last, the long-running contract? It could be a tour, or a Broadway show, even some regional theatres that operate continuous schedules, producing the same show(s) for years on end? You’ve finally been rewarded for all your efforts, and that reward is…to do the same thing 6 nights a week for the next 6 months, even a year, maybe even longer? How can you manage it?