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6/29/09 Midday Clips - Tri-State

New York Times ArtsBeat Blog

Postcard From London: 'Thriller Live'
The Sunday matinee of "Thriller Live," a show devoted to the music of Michael Jackson, generated no wailing, no screamed protestations of eternal love, not even tears as far as I could see.

'Avenue Q' to Close in September
The show, an adult themed upgrade of educational children's programs like "Sesame Street," will play its last performance on Sept. 13.

Hartford Courant Behind the Curtain Blog

* The Color Green for "The Color Purple" at the Bushnell
* Michael Jackson's Broadway "Thriller" on Hold

Time Out New York Upstaged Blog

Avenue Q closing September 13

New York Magazine Vulture Blog

Evan Rachel Wood and Alan Cumming Swing Onto Broadway

 

6/29/09 Midday Clips - Online Theater Sources, Regionals

TheaterMania

* John Simm, Ian Hart, and Kerry Fox to Star in West End Speaking in Tongues
* Jordan Baker, Kristen Johnston, Kevin Kilner, et al. Set for Mint's 2009-2010 Season
* William Inge, Neil Labute, Keith Reddin Premieres to Be Part of Summer Shorts
* Carson Elrod, Cecilia Hart, Darren Pettie, Paxton Whitehead, et al. Set for Westport's How the Other Hallf Loves
* George C. Wolfe Awarded McCarter Theatre's Sallie Goodman Prize
* Autumn Hurlbert, Christopher Kale Jones, Brandon Ruckdashel, et al. Set for Broadway Meows
* Avenue Q to Close on Broadway in September
* Joe Calarco, Avery Clyde, John Cragen, and More Set for Road Theatre Company's 1776

Playbill

* McCarthy to Stage Premiere of LaBute's Second of Pleasure at Summer Shorts Fest
* Producers Mourning Jackson Before Deciding Fate of Thriller Musical
* Academy Announces Change in Best Music—Original Song Category
* Johnston, Baker and Kilner Set for Mint's Upcoming Season
* Whitehead, Hart, Carr and Elrod Will Reunite for How the Other Half Loves at Westport
* From "Torchwood" to Sherwood: Barrowman to Star in Robin Hood: The Pantomime Adventure
* World Premiere of Marks' Bird House to Begin NYC Run July 10
* Childers, Coker-Jones, Holiday, Hurlbert, Ruckdashel Will Sing Bisen-Hersh Songs in July
* George C. Wolfe Awarded Inaugural Sallie Goodman Prize

nytheatre.com

Interview: Carol Polcovar and Festival Participants
Interview with Carol Polcovar and Festival Participants about Fresh Fruit Festival

Orlando Sentinel Attention Must Be Paid Blog

Mad Cow announces 2009-2010 season
Mad Cow Theatre will combine old and newer classics with a handful of plays new to Central Florida in its 13th season, which will open in September with the recent Broadway and touring hit The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling...

Theatre in Chicago

Theater Oobleck Brings Risk to the People
Named for a new type of weather created for a demanding monarch in Dr. Seuss' Bartholomew and the Oobleck, Theater Oobleck has been raining down some of the most unique theater in Chicago for over twenty years.

Los Angeles Times Culture Monster

Monster Mash: 'Avenue Q' is closing; new director at Philadelphia Museum of Art; critic sues Elaine Stritch