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Teachers Can Now Purchase Perusal Script to License HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD by Nicole Rosky - January 24, 2024

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the award-winning record-breaking hit play, to high school and secondary school theatre programs worldwide starting later this year.

What Parents Should Know to Support Theatre Students: Advice from Our Student Bloggers by Blair Ingenthron - January 21, 2024

This month, we've asked our student bloggers 'What do parents need to know to better support their children in theatre/arts majors?' From giving support during good times and bad, to understanding just how rigorous training can be, the student bloggers offer advice on how to best support the theatre student in your life.

The Carbonell Awards Seeks College-Bound Applicants for 2024 Jack Zink Memorial Scholarships by Stephi Wild - January 16, 2024

Gary Schweikhart, board president of the Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s Theatre & Arts Honors, reminded college-bound high school students that the nonprofit organization is now accepting applications for its 2024 Jack Zink Memorial Student Scholarships.

Review: HOLD ON at Edison Theatre on the Washington University Campus by James Lindhorst - January 13, 2024

Webb’s historical drama is spectacularly brought to life by Ron Himes’ direction. The Black Rep's production of HOLD ON is spellbinding storytelling. It is a first-rate production of the momentous events that shaped the civil rights movement and resulted in important legislation. Himes, his cast, and crew have produced an exceptional piece of theatre that honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King.

The School Of Drama At The University Of Washington Is Pleased To Present A THICK DESCRIPTION OF HARRY SMITH, VOL. 1 by A.A. Cristi - January 12, 2024

The School of Drama at the University of Washington will present A THICK DESCRIPTION OF HARRY SMITH, VOL. 1, a play written by Carlos Murillo, directed by graduate M.F.A.

What You Need to Know About Applying to a Bachelors' Degree in the UK by Team BWW - January 31, 2024

If you’re considering making the journey across the pond to study a bachelor’s degree at a performing arts university in the UK, here’s what you need to know. 

Dublin Coffman High School Drama Club Performs YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU Next Week by Stephi Wild - January 11, 2024

Dublin Coffman High School (DCHS) Drama Club presents You Can't Take It With You. Performances will run from January 18-20 at 7pm.

Photos: First Look at National Theatre's Schools' Touring Production of JEKYLL & HYDE by Aliya Al-Hassan - January 11, 2024

The National Theatre has released production images for its schools touring production of Jekyll & Hyde, as the tour begins across the country. See all the photos here.

North Shore Civic Ballet Awards Scholarships To LEO Students To Attend Marblehead School Of Ballet by A.A. Cristi - January 10, 2024

North Shore Civic Ballet awards scholarships to LEO students to attend Marblehead School of Ballet. Scholarships provide opportunities for aspiring dancers in Marblehead, Massachusetts.

Harlem School Of The Arts Theater Students to Present Re-Imagined CINDERELLA Set in Harlem by Chloe Rabinowitz - January 10, 2024

The Harlem School of the Arts presents a re-imagined version of the beloved children's classic, CINDERELLA, set in Harlem. Learn how to purchase tickets 1

TUTS Musical Theatre Academy Ensemble Performs At The College Football Playoff National Championship by Chloe Rabinowitz - January 09, 2024

The TUTS Theatre Academy Ensemble performed at the 2024 College Football Playoff National Championship.

Bethlehem High School Student To Perform With The Schenectady-Saratoga Symphony Orchestra by Chloe Rabinowitz - January 09, 2024

Bethlehem High School student, William Lauricella, will be performing with the Schenectady-Saratoga Symphony Orchestra in their upcoming MainStage performance.

Want to Command the Stage? Hot Tips from Broadway and Las Vegas Actor Rick Faugno by Team BWW - January 09, 2024

Broadway and Las Vegas actor Rick Faugno (Jersey Boys; Kiss Me, Kate; Show Boat), gives you tips from his online musical theatre course with Interlochen Online, Musical Theatre: Movement Techniques, that will help you use your body as an instrument to tell the story of a character.

PlayMakers Perform EVERY BRILLIANT THING as Part of a Campus-Wide Effort to Raise Awareness on Mental Health by Stephi Wild - January 09, 2024

The PlayMakers’ production of Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe’s play Every Brilliant Thing is part of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s campus and system-wide efforts to raise awareness on the issue of mental health and wellness.

See Clarinetist Charles Neidich In Recital At Morse Recital Hall At The Juilliard School by Chloe Rabinowitz - January 08, 2024

Join clarinetist Charles Neidich and pianist Robert Levin for an evening of extraordinary music at Morse Recital Hall, featuring the world premiere of Neidich's 'Lament' and the U.S. premiere of Denisov's 'Landscape by the Light of the Moon.'

Young People's Chorus of New York City and Affiliate Thurnauer School of Music to Premiere WE CAME TO AMERICA by Stephi Wild - January 08, 2024

The world-renowned Young People’s Chorus of New York City has announced the world-premiere of We Came to America, an inspirational new composition for chorus and orchestra by Rob Kapilow that celebrates the American experience.

Queens College Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day This Month by Stephi Wild - January 05, 2024

Queens College will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Sunday, January 14. The college’s annual celebration of the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., featuring guest speakers, musical performances, and the premiere of the latest episode in the college’s docuseries on Dr. King’s connection to the college.

No School? No Problem! Keep Learning During No School STEAM Day on January 12 at the Washington Pavilion by A.A. Cristi - January 04, 2024

Give your child an educational and fun time off from school! Spend Friday, January 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Washington Pavilion learning about STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art and math.

MEAN GIRLS High School Version Will Be Performed by Union High School Performing Arts Company This Month by Stephi Wild - January 04, 2024

This January, the acclaimed Union High School Performing Arts Company (UHSPAC) will be presenting 'Mean Girls, High School Version.' Learn more about the musical here!

Dmitry Sitkovetsky Named Patron Of UK's The Purcell School For Young Musicians by Stephi Wild - January 04, 2024

​​​​​​​Celebrated violinist, recording artist, conductor, creator, and transcriber Dmitry Sitkovetsky has been named the newest Patron of The Purcell School.

Deadline For Applications For Kentucky Governor's School For The Arts is January 14 by Stephi Wild - January 04, 2024

The Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts (GSA) is now accepting applications for the class of 2024. Since its inception, the tuition-free immersive arts education program has cultivated more than 8,000 student-artists from across the state, including a Grammy-Award winning vocalist, Tony-nominated actor, Kentucky Youth Poet Laureate and numerous creative leaders and engaged citizens.

The No Name Pops Bring BROADWAY IN THE BURBS to Immaculata University in February by Stephi Wild - January 03, 2024

The No Name Pops brings music to the Main Line of Philadelphia with a concert titled 'Broadway in the Burbs” conducted by Broadway’s Evan Roider, with guest conductor Joe Gehring and pianist Dr. Bill Carr.

Gecko Theatre Will Offer Schools Workshops as Part of the Thomas Wolsey 550 Project by Stephi Wild - January 03, 2024

The award winning, Ipswich-based Gecko Theatre are working with the Thomas Wolsey 550 project to deliver schools workshops in the community.

Juilliard Student Kevin Jansson To Give Piano Recital MTU Cork School Of Music Union Quay, January 5 by A.A. Cristi - January 02, 2024

Juilliard student Kevin Jansson to present a piano recital MTU Cork School of Music Union Quay, 7.30pm Friday January 5th 2024.

Video: See Harlem School for the Arts Open for The Rockettes At THE CHRISTMAS SPECACULAR by A.A. Cristi - December 22, 2023

See video of Harlem School of the Arts Dance Teen and Alumni Ensemble performing on stage at Radio City as the opening act for the Christmas Spectacular.



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