The Afternoon Report, Thursday, October 15, 2015

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Thursday, October 15, 2015

 

Tweets from BBB
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@jamesearljones and @IAmCicelyTyson are ‘in their glowing prime’ in @GINGAMEbroadway says @nytimesarts • • • Ready for the @GINGAMEbroadway opening! • • •

 

 

Facebook’s new Notify app a news traffic game changer?
SiliconRepublic – by GORDON HUNT

Facebook is reportedly set to bring out a dedicated news channel within its app, called Notify, as the social media giant seeks to continue its attack on Google’s news traffic market.

News aggregations and, ultimately, the control of news traffic is something that two of the world’s leading tech companies have been battling over for a number of years now.

Google, a search engine that has had its universal popularity emphasised by its use as a verb, was the dominant force in the area for quite a while.

It made sense, too, as people were using so many Google applications, so relying on it to look up news stories was only natural.

However, reports earlier this year surprised us, with Facebook overtaking Google as the social media outlet that drives most traffic to news sites.

It had taken two years of targeted progress but, finally, the app that attracts, perhaps, most of our attention had worked out how to handle our news need.

Find out more, click the link below
https://www.siliconrepublic.com/gear/2015/10/15/facebooks-new-notify-app-a-news-traffic-game-changer

 

The Billboard Charts ~ Issue Date: October 24, 2015

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The Afternoon Report, Wednesday, October 14, 2015

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Called It Social Predictions App Launches on iOS
AdWeek/SocialTimes – by BRANDY SHAUL

Social predictions app Called It has launched on iOS devices, allowing users to make predictions on topics across multiple categories, and share their correct predictions with friends.

The Called It app allows users to follow multiple topics, including current events, technology and pop culture, among others. Each day, the app provides a new list of multiple choice questions for users to answer, with their answers becoming predictions within the system. For example, current questions allow users to predict the outcomes of sporting events, or ‘which country will be involved in the next hacker scandal,’ among others. Upon making each prediction, the app allows users to compare their response with the percentage of responses across every possible choice. Users can skip any prompt they don’t wish to answer.

As users make predictions, these show up in a social feed, with each prediction allowing others users to vote up or down based on whether or not they agree. Users can also comment on predictions to chat with others, or follow other users to keep track of their predictions.

Read the article, click the link below.
http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/called-it-social-predictions-app-launches-on-ios/628269

 

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The Afternoon Report, Tuesday, October 13, 2015

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

 
Commercial Illustrator Robert Lawrence DeMichiell Jr. Has Died

Robert Lawrence DeMichiell Jr. passed away last night (Monday, October 12) in Manhattan after a three year battle with cancer.  He died  peacefully at home with his husband Jeffrey M. Wilson at his side.

DeMichiell was born on May 2, 1958 in Portland, Maine, to Robert Lawrence DeMichiell Sr. and Nan (McEvoy) DeMichiell.  At the age of 2, his family moved to Kodiak, Alaska, where his father was the Commanding Officer of the LORAN station.  In 1962, Robert Sr. was transferred to the faculty of the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT, and the family moved to Waterford, Connecticut where they still reside.  Bob Sr. passed away in 2014. 


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http://www.boneaubryanbrown.com/blog/2015/10/commercial-illustrator-robert-lawrence-demichiell-jr-has-died/

 

 

Today’s Tweets from BBB
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RT @broadwaycom: This week’s Broadway grosses: @ROTTENBroadway maintains will power with 7 figures • • • RT @newyorklivetv: @HollandTaylor & @TheRealDratch chat new play #RIPCORD WATCH • • • RT @Lin_Manuel: Had the time of my life at @ROTTENBroadway yesterday afternoon. That @briandarcyjames is a national, no, an INTERNATIONAL treasure • • •

 

12 Proven Tactics for Rapidly Growing Your Presence on Social Media
Entrepreneur – by JOHN RAMPTON

Social media is not a clean formula. It can either intimidate people who have never managed a company account, or excite them with opportunities to elevate the medium. Over the past three months I’ve been working hard to grow both my personal and company brands on social media. It’s been a big learning curve.

You might think that it is easy with so many tools out there to manage, track and grow your social media presence but it is NOT. I’ve had a pretty hard time growing my presence even with everything I have going for me but I have found some things that have maximized my social media presence.

Check out the list, click the link below.
http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/251620
Link to Broadway Grosses for the week ending October 11, 2015 Continue reading

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Commercial Illustrator Robert Lawrence DeMichiell Jr. Has Died

Robert Lawrence DeMichiell Jr. passed away last night (Monday, October 12) in Manhattan after a three year battle with cancer.  He died  peacefully at home with his husband Jeffrey M. Wilson at his side.

DeMichiell was born on May 2, 1958 in Portland, Maine, to Robert Lawrence DeMichiell Sr. and Nan (McEvoy) DeMichiell.  At the age of 2, his family moved to Kodiak, Alaska, where his father was the Commanding Officer of the LORAN station.  In 1962, Robert Sr. was transferred to the faculty of the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT, and the family moved to Waterford, Connecticut where they still reside.  Bob Sr. passed away in 2014. Continue reading

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The Afternoon Report, Thursday, October 8, 2015

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Thursday, October 8, 2015

 

Today’s Tweets from BBB
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RT @broadwayworld: Photo Flash: Atlantic Theater Company Celebrates Opening Night of CLOUD NINE • • • RT @villagevoice: Revelation Redux: Caryl Churchill’s Darkly Comic ‘CLOUD NINE‘ Soars • • • RT @JimCaruso1: Here’s my New York Minute celebrating SOMETHING ROTTEN, on @Legends_Radio! @BBBway @HBlix @RottenBroadway • • • @SaraBareilles performs from @WAITRESSMusical on@LateNightSeth • • •

 

 

 

Twitter’s ‘Moments’ Will Try to Tame the Chaos
The New York Times/ Technology – by FARHAD MANJOO

Jack Dorsey’s future as chief executive of Twitter will ride on the answer to a single question: Can he persuade the world’s Facebook-addled masses to take a fresh look at the bewildering 140-character messaging service that he helped found in 2006, a service that millions have already tried and abandoned?

He is apparently keen to act fast. A day after Twitter’s board announced the appointment of Mr. Dorsey as permanent chief executive, the company unveiled a long-awaited new feature aimed squarely at attracting people who now find Twitter too confusing to use. The feature, called Moments, tries to transform Twitter’s chaotic timeline into a series of narratives that are easily navigated by people who aren’t familiar with the service’s strange rituals.

When you open Twitter on your phone or on the web, you will now see a new Moments section alongside the standard timeline. Tap it and you’ll be taken to a half-dozen or so headlines pointing to the big events currently being discussed on Twitter, like “Missing ship believed sunk” or “Clinton unveils guns proposal.” Tap again on one of these headlines and you will open that “moment,” which unfolds as a story told full-screen on a phone in a selection of tweets that have been arranged by a team of editors working for Twitter.

A few news and entertainment partners — including The New York Times, BuzzFeed and Major League Baseball — have also been given tools to create Moments. While each Moment can be shared and viewed by anyone using the service, the Moments tab — which lists several daily Moments — is currently available only to users in the United States.

Find out more, click the link below
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/08/technology/twitters-moments-will-try-to-tame-the-chaos.html

The Billboard Charts ~ Issue Date: October 17, 2015

Billboard Top Broadway Cast Album Chart: Continue reading

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The Afternoon Report, Wednesday, October 7, 2015

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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

 

Today’s Tweets from BBB
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@ROTTENBroadway star Heidi Blickenstaff @hblix leads “Team Broadway Bikes” on Road to Fight MS via @playbill • • • @jamesearljones & @IAmCicelyTyson lay their cards on the table @GINGAMEbroadway in @nytimesarts • • • Go @ALISTROKER go! Watch her interview with @CBSEveningNews here • • •

 

No Comments Allowed on Reddit’s New News Site ‘Upvoted”
Wired – by JULIA GREENBERG

REDDIT’S GOT PROBLEMS. It can be a hotbed of hostility and harassment—even for loyal users. For the uninitiated, it’s hard to understand, use, or even see the appeal. And if you’re an advertiser, nobody would blame you for staying away: The borderlands of the web is dangerous territory in which to post an ad or have your brand be associated. Reddit has a reputation as the dark, unruly id of the Internet—and that reputation is hurting its business.

So, like any Silicon Valley tech outfit, Reddit is trying something new. Tomorrow the company is launching a standalone news site, Upvoted, to capitalize on what it does best: surfacing interesting stuff from the Internet. Except for Upvoted, the interesting stuff will come from Reddit itself.

In the works for the past year, the site looks and feels much like any other news site out there. It will have stories, infographics, illustrations, videos, and podcasts. It will include articles on news, sports, animals, and lifestyle issues. It will have its own website, upvoted.com, and a dedicated editorial team creating original stories. But, unlike other news sites, it will be a part of Reddit. And, very much unlike Reddit, it won’t allow comments on the site at all. (Nor, despite its name, will it have any kind of upvoting system.)

It’s something different for Reddit: an experiment. But most importantly, it just isn’t Reddit. This is more than another friendly news upstart. It’s a business move, following the community’s meltdown this summer over control of the site’s more offensive content, and it could serve a few key business purposes.

Find out more, click the link below.
http://www.wired.com/2015/10/no-comments-allowed-reddits-new-news-site-upvoted/

 

 

Facebook Adds Doodle Tool to iPhone, Android Photo Uploader
AdWeek/SocialTimes – by DAVID COHEN

Facebook iPhone and Android users who like to doodle will appreciate a new feature the social network rolled out this month.

New photo-editing tool Doodle allows users to, as the name implies, doodle on photos they are uploading to Facebook, with potential uses including:

Drawing attention to a specific object in the image.
Scribbling on a friend’s face.
Painting a picture and adding it to a photo.

Facebook said in an email to SocialTimes that Doodle has begun rolling out to iPhone and Android users

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http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/doodle/627825

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The Afternoon Report, Tuesday, October 6, 2015

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015


Today’s Tweets from BBB
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Max von Essen takes you backstage at the Palace. @maxizpad @AMERICANINPARIS via @nbcnewyork • • • RT @FeldmanAdam: NEW: My review of Caryl Churchill’s CLOUD NINE at @AtlanticTheater, a very fine revival of one of my favorite plays • • • RT @jbgerard: Sex, Rebellion & The Sexual Revolution Outed In ‘CLOUD NINE’ – Review via @deadline • • • @usatodaylife chats @GINGAMEbroadway with stars @IAmCicelyTyson and @jamesearljones • • • Get to know Pittsburgh native and @ROTTENBroadway’s own Christian Borle with @CBSPittsburgh! • • • RT @broadwaycom: @AtlanticTheater’s CLOUD NINE offers up power, politics, sex and Queen Victoria • • • RT @nytimesarts: Few writers have come closer to making sense of sex than Caryl Churchill in “CLOUD NINE • • • Happy birthday to @SPRINGBway’s visionary director @michaelarden! #broadwaybirthdays • • • Happy first preview to @ALLEGIANCEbway and happy opening to @RTC_NYC’s #OLDTIMESBway! #breakaleg • • •

Twitter’s snazzy new Project Lightning is going to save everything (they hope)
Mashable – by JASON ABBRUZZESE

Jack Dorsey is back as CEO of Twitter and since he’s done this before, you shouldn’t expect him to be unprepared.

Dorsey came back to the executive suite with his homework already done. Twitter, cheering its new chief, has timed at least two of its biggest new product releases to coincide with Dorsey’s appointment this week. At least one got started under the previous CEO, Dick Costolo, but has been marinating in the new Twitter under Dorsey.

First up: Moments, a new effort to make Twitter a coherent media platform that users can go to for coverage of live events and trending topics. Twitter has billed Moments as a “bold change, and the biggest product change in the company’s history.

Moments is the consumer-facing version of what had been previously known to media insiders as Project Lightning, according to a source familiar with the service, confirming earlier reports.

Moments will feature curated lists of tweets including video, images and coverage of live events, an idea not all that different from Snapchat’s popular Stories, in which users keep adding snippets of video and pictures to describe their daily lives.

Read the article, click the link below.
http://mashable.com/2015/10/05/twitter-project-lightning-dorsey/#lsacw.YapZq.

 

 

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The Afternoon Report, Monday, October 5, 2015

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Monday, October 5, 2015

 

Today’s Tweets from BBB
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RT @toddyrockstar: Saw @ROTTENBroadway last week in NYC and haven’t stopped listening to it since. My inner Broadway obsessed fan has come out once again! • • • RT @DavidHighfield: Fox Chapel native #ChristianBorle takes us backstage @ROTTENBroadway 7:30pm tonight! #YourPittsburgh @CBSPittsburgh • • • RT @SpringBway: Go backstage to see @DarrenCriss​ and @SaraBareilles meet our cast after seeing #SPRINGAwakening! • • • RT @MichaelPaulson: How do you make a musical when much of the cast can’t hear? Behind the music of @SPRINGBway • • • Ready for the @POBmusical press event to begin! Follow @BBBway on Instagram for updates! • • • “She Used to Be Mine” by @SaraBareilles from @WAITRESSMusical was last week’s most added song on Hot AC Radio • • •

 

Snapchat, Conde Nast Team for Live Events Including Vanity Fair Oscar and GQ Grammy Parties
The Wrap – by MATT DONNELLY

Snapchat just got added to one of the most exclusive lists in Hollywood, thanks to a new partnership with Condé Nast.

The publishing company, which counts iconic titles like Vogue and GQ, will leverage Snapchat’s “Live Story” feature to take users into their coveted annual events like the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and Glamour magazine’s Women of The Year celebration.

“This partnership gives viewers, for the first time, a unique insider’s perspective from exclusive Condé Nast events,” Fred Santarpia, executive vice president and chief digital officer of Condé Nast, said.

“This marriage of our must-see live event content and vast real-time distribution gives advertisers broadcast-level scale bigger than most television premieres and live sporting events.”
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http://www.thewrap.com/snapchat-lands-vanity-fair-oscar-party-invite-conde-nast-and-social-platform-team-for-live-events/

 

5 little-known Facebook tips and tricks to make your News Feed less frustrating
MacWorld – by LISA SCHMEISER

The problem with social media is that it requires you to be social with other people, and other people can do things that dampen your enjoyment of, say, your Facebook feed. But there’s no need to let technology exacerbate interpersonal conflict, or vice-versa. Follow these tips to reduce your Facebook frustration and minimize the potential for messy social media drama.

Check out the list and clean up your feed, click the link below.
http://www.macworld.com/article/2988538/social-media/5-little-known-facebook-tips-and-tricks-to-make-your-news-feed-less-frustrating.html

Link to Broadway Grosses for the week ending October 4, 2015 Continue reading

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The Afternoon Report, Friday, October 2, 2015

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Friday, October 2, 2015


Today’s Tweets from BBB

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For two replacements with D.C. cred, Andrew Long & Nancy Robinette, a hit Broadway play is the place @CURIOUSBroadway • • • @JimCaruso1 awesome! Thanks for sharing • • • Jessie Mueller to star in @WAITRESSMusical, opening 4/24 at the Brooks Atkinson. Previews 3/25 • • • RT @NovicSara: I wrote (fangirled) about @DeafWest’s opening of @SPRINGBway for @VICE #deaftalent • • •

 

New data suggest social media brings out the best in us, after all
Quartz – by AMY X. WANG

Social media isn’t just another way to communicate—it’s an emotional roller coaster. Signing onto Twitter or Facebook means being bombarded with news articles, gossip, advice, daily musings, and earth-shattering life events. And research has shown that, often, it makes us feel terrible.

But a new computational social science study says the positive emotions associated with social media generally outweigh the negative ones. The study, published yesterday (Sept. 30) in Peer J Computer Sciencejournal, examined the content and proliferation of more than 19 million English-language tweets from September 2014. It found that negative content spread faster than positive content—but positive content was shared more and ultimately reached a larger audience.

“Our results confirm the so-called positivity bias. That is, that humans on the long run tend to favor positive content, good news,” Emilio Ferrera, an Indiana University professor and one of the study’s two authors, tells Quartz.

Ferrera and his co-author Zeyao Yang used a sentiment analysis algorithm—which picks up on positive or negative tones by examining emoticons, slang, and certain linguistic clues—to assign every tweet a “sentiment score.” Then, they looked at how quickly and widely the positive and negative tweets were favorited and reposted.

Their findings: Social media users like to spread happiness and excitement much more than pessimism or dejection.

Find out more, click the link below
http://qz.com/515114/new-data-suggests-social-media-brings-out-the-best-in-us-after-all/

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WAITRESS, starring Jessie Mueller, opens April 24, 2016 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre; previews begin March 25

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Waitress, a new musical, will open on Sunday, April 24, 2016 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47th Street, between Broadway and Eighth Avenue). Previews will begin on Friday, March 25, 2016. Waitress recently played a sold out limited engagement at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA.

The Broadway production will star Jessie Mueller, winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, with additional casting to be announced. Based on the 2007 motion picture written by Adrienne Shelly, the new musical has a book by Jessie Nelson, music and lyrics by five-time Grammy Award-nominated singer songwriter Sara Bareilles and direction by Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus.

Tickets for Waitress go on sale exclusively to Citi® cardmembers from Monday, October 5 at 10:00 AM EST through Tuesday, October 13 at 9:59 AM EST. Visit www.CitiPrivatePass.com for details.

Audience Rewards® members can purchase tickets through an exclusive presale from Tuesday, October 13 at 10:00 AM EST through Monday, October 19 at 9:59 AM EST.  Audience Rewards® is the Official Rewards Program of Broadway & the Arts. It’s a standing ovation for ticket buyers across the nation.  Earn valuable ShowPoints every time you buy tickets to participating theatrical productions, live entertainment, exhibitions and more. Save money by redeeming ShowPoints for free tickets to the events you love or, even better, securing unique experiences and merchandise exclusively curated for Audience Rewards® members. It’s free and fast to join.  Visit www.AudienceRewards.com to sign up and purchase.

General public on sale begins on Thursday, November 5 at 10:00 AM EST by calling Ticketmaster.com at 877-250-2929 or online at www.Ticketmaster.com.

Jenna (Jessie Mueller) is a waitress and expert pie maker stuck in a small town and a loveless marriage.  Faced with an unexpected pregnancy, Jenna fears she may have to abandon the dream of opening her own pie shop forever… until a baking contest in a nearby county and the town’s handsome new doctor offer her a tempting recipe for happiness.  Supported by her quirky crew of fellow waitresses and loyal customers, Jenna summons the secret ingredient she’s been missing all along – courage.

Waitress will be produced on Broadway by Barry and Fran Weissler and Norton and Elayne Herrick.

BIOGRAPHIES

Jessie Mueller (Jenna) won the 2014 Tony Award, Drama Desk Award and a 2015 Grammy Award for her performance as Carole King in Beautiful, The Carole King Musical. She made her Broadway debut opposite Harry Connick Jr. in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, for which she received Tony Award and Drama Desk nominations. She was also seen on Broadway in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Drama Desk nomination) and Nice Work If You Can Get It. In her native Chicago, Mueller has won acclaim for starring roles in She Loves Me (Joseph Jefferson Award), Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Curtains and Carousel (Joseph Jefferson Award), among other musicals.

Jessie Nelson (Book) wrote, directed, and produced Corrina, Corrina with Whoopi Goldberg and I Am Sam with Sean Penn, who received an Academy Award nomination for his performance. Recently she directed Let It Snow with Diane Keaton and John Goodman, which will be released this Christmas. Jessie co-wrote Step Mom and The Story of Us, and produced Danny Collins with Al Pacino and Annette Bening and Fred Claus with Vince Vaughn. Jessie co-wrote Alice By Heart with Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik, which was developed at The National Theatre. She began her career in the theater working with Mabou Mines and The New York Shakespeare Festival. Jessie co-wrote the children’s book Labracadabra. She has been the Artistic Director of the Sundance Institute’s Writers Lab.

Sara Bareilles (Music and Lyrics) first achieved mainstream critical praise in 2007 with her hit “Love Song,” which reached #1 in 22 countries around the world from her debut album Little Voice. Since then, the Eureka, CA native has sold millions of albums worldwide and received five Grammy nominations including Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “Love Song.” Bareilles’ highly anticipated sophomore release Kaleidoscope Heart debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in September 2010 and has gained praise everywhere including the New York TimesWall Street JournalPeople and Los Angeles Times. The album yielded the hit single “King of Anything,” which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and was certified platinum by the RIAA. In 2011, Bareilles joined the judges’ panel on the hit NBC show “The Sing-Off.” Soon after, she released her highly revered Once Upon Another Time EP, produced by singer/songwriter and fellow “Sing-Off” judge Ben Folds. Sara’s highly acclaimed third studio album, The Blessed Unrest, released in 2013 via Epic Records, debuted at #2 on the Billboard album chart and was nominated for two Grammy Awards including “Album of the Year” and “Best Pop Performance” for her hit single “Brave.” Bareilles’ upcoming book, Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) In Song, is slated to be released on October 6 by Simon & Schuster. On November 6, Sara is also releasing a solo studio album, What’s Inside: Songs from Waitress, on Epic Records. For more information, please visit www.sarabmusic.com

Diane Paulus (Director) is The Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director of the A.R.T. at Harvard University, and was selected for the 2014 TIME 100, TIME Magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Paulus is the 2013 recipient of the Tony Award for Best Director of a Musical (Pippin). A.R.T.: Crossing, Finding Neverland (currently on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre), Witness UgandaPippinThe Gershwins’ Porgy and BessPrometheus Bound, Tod Machover’s Death and the Powers: The Robots’ OperaBest of Both WorldsJohnny BaseballThe Donkey Show. Her other recent work includes Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna, currently on tour in Europe; The Public Theater’s Tony Award-winning revival of HAIR on Broadway and London’s West End. As an opera director, her credits include The Magic Flute, the complete Monteverdi cycle, and Don Giovanni, among others. Diane is Professor of the Practice of Theater in Harvard University’s English Department. She was selected as one of Variety’s “Trailblazing Women in Entertainment for 2014” and Boston Magazine’s “50 Thought Leaders of 2014.”

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