It’s 11 o’clock: Do you know where your showstoppers are? Can you name some 11 o’clock numbers from Broadway musicals? Have you performed in an 11 o’clock number yourself? Tell us about it here!
Here kitty, kitty, kitty! Have you ever been on a catwalk at a theatre or seen the lighting or sound crew use a catwalk to hang lights or operate their equipment during a show? Tell us about it here!
Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term Character Shoe. On Character Shoe’s official page, we defined the term as “a neutral shoe worn by female ensemble members in a musical.” But now we want to know what Character Shoe means to you. You can use the comments section to – suggest additional definitions [...]
Look over here! (Sort of!) Have you had an experience on stage with Cheating Out? Tell us about it here!
Many enter… not everyone leaves Have you worked on a play in Development Hell? Tell us about it here!
It’s Broadway’s greatest fashion statement Have you seen a Gypsy Robe ceremony? Have you received the Gypsy Robe yourself? Tell us about it here!
Come on and Kick Your Face! Do you know any dancers who can kick so high they can almost kick their own faces? Are you a dancer who can do that? Tell us about it here!
This Saturday, the American Theatre Wing will recognize Theatre Development Fund’s groundbreaking Open Doors program with a Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre. (Tony Honors are given to individuals and organizations that aren’t eligible in competitive Tony categories.) We are thrilled and humbled by this award for the program, which pairs small groups of [...]