ICYMI: This week on The Scene | April 29th, 2022
Hot Topics, The Broadway Beat, and more!
Welcome to your weekly roundup of The Scene, where we catch you up on theatre news you may have missed this week. Each week, we’ll grab the top info from the Wednesday edition of The Scene, plus some bonus content for our Friday readers.
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EdTA and USITT are developing an official exam “to evaluate the knowledge and work readiness of technical theatre students at the high school level.” The BACKstage Technical Theatre Exam preview will be available through June 30, 2022 with a $26 registration fee. Learn more at the USITT website.
Broadway Licensing has acquired Stage Rights, an independent LA-based theatrical publisher and licensing company.
Musical Theatre International has released Pure Imagination, a revue show of favorite Broadway Junior songs, now available for licensing.
Roundabout Theatre hosted a staged reading of #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence featuring 8 high school playwrights from around the country. Watch the full event on the #ENOUGH website.
Announcing new Choreography Guides from Broadway Media Group! First released as “The Original Production,” a product conceived by Tony-winning director/choreographer Jerry Mitchell and Broadway dancer Paul Canaan. Revolutionize the way you choreograph musicals.
Add to your bookshelf: Broadway Stage Manager Richard Hester has released a memoir about the dark year on Broadway called Hold Please: Stage Managing A Pandemic.
Money makes the world go ’round, but no need to sacrifice your artistic vision for a few extra bucks. Here are five plays that make money:
The Play That Goes Wrong (High School Edition coming soon!)
Does the thought of going to see a Broadway show make your wallet shut closed? Let’s face it: Broadway can be expensive. But going to see a show on Broadway doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. Here are some tips to score inexpensive tickets to top Broadway shows.
Until next week!