LATEST NEWS

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Following its triumphant debut at the Abbey, the Ireland/UK company of COME FROM AWAY opened at London's Phoenix Theatre to sold-out performances and critical raves. Read a sample of the praise here - and visit the CFA London site here.

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THE CHER SHOW's three leading ladies recently sat down with CBS This Morning to talk about the production and receiving tips on their performances from the legend herself. Watch the clip here

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Will Arbery is our newest commissioned writer. Will is working on a play set in a small town in East Texas, where a woman with Down syndrome enrolls in music lessons with a prickly outsider artist. A story about unlikely friendship and unexpected creativity in the wake of loss, SINGING TO MYSELF reflects SCE's commitment to support gifted emerging writers and stories about inclusion and human connection.

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As 16 year-old prodigy and 2018 Jimmy Award-winner, Andrew Barth Feldman, prepares to make his Broadway debut in the long-running smash DEAR EVAN HANSENlearn more about this Long Island high school junior's (short) path to his dream role and goals for the future.

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The Choreographed Cacophony of FERRYMAN: The New York Times profiles the controlled chaos of backstage life with THE FERRYMAN's cast of 21 - plus understudies, stage crew, and wranglers for the show's child actors, infants, and live animals. Click here to see how the company gets through eight performances a week on Broadway. 

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COME FROM AWAY has triumphantly crossed the pond to Ireland in a co-production with Dublin's iconic Abbey Theatre. Read Abbey Associate Playwright Lisa Tierney-Keogh's personal and heartfelt reaction to the show here. Next international stop for CFA - London's Phoenix Theatre, opening Jan 30.

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Our smashing new website for MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL on Broadway is live! Previews begin June 28, 2019 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Click here for ticket info and make plans this summer to see the show the NY Times hailed as "smart, shameless, and extravagantly entertaining."

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It's Official! AIN'T TOO PROUD - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE TEMPTATIONS starts previews at Broadway's Imperial Theater Feb 28, 2019 ahead of a March 21 opening. See the full casting announcement and check out the show's new poster art here

 


SHADOWCATCHER
ON BROADWAY

Now - Feb 17, 2019

EXTENDED! NOW - JULY 7, 2019
For tickets and info about THE FERRYMAN, click here.

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NOW ON BROADWAY!
For tickets and info about THE CHER SHOW, click here.

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SECOND SMASH YEAR!
For tickets and info about DEAR EVAN HANSEN, click here.

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SECOND SMASH YEAR!
For tickets and info about COME FROM AWAY, click here.


OFF-BROADWAY

LOCKDOWN, at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater April 17 - May 19, 2019 (produced in association with ShadowCatcher Entertainment), tells the story of a writer who agrees to help a longtime incarcerated man craft his parole statement. Their growing bond forms the heart of the play, an intimate and powerful look at the impact of long-term incarceration. Inspired by playwright Cori Thomas's work at San Quentin State Prison, LOCKDOWN explores the magical possibilities for transformation through human connection.

 
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Stay tuned for updates on casting and ticket on-sale dates for LOCKDOWN.


BROADWAY BOUND

 
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PREVIEWS START FEB 28, 2019
For tickets and info about AIN'T TOO PROUD — THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE TEMPTATIONS, click here.

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PREVIEWS START JUNE 28, 2019
For tickets and info about MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL on Broadway, click here.

 

SHADOWCATCHER COMMISSIONS

ShadowCatcher's identification of singularly gifted writers and and commissioning of stories that reflect our mission and values are at the heart of our new play development activities. Read more about our commissioning work here and here, and click the links below to learn more about SCE's amazing group of commissioned writers. 

 
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To read Will Arbery's full bio click here.

Tony Meneses

To read Tony Meneses's full bio click here.

Jessica Dickey

To read Jessica Dickey's full bio click here.

Rogelio Martinez

To read Rogelio Martinez's full bio click here.

 

SCE's commissioned writers, Will Arbery, Tony Meneses, Jessica Dickey, and Rogelio Martinez discuss the plays they're working on - their inspiration, their vision, and their process. Click here for the interviews.


ShadowCatcher's first feature film, SMOKE SIGNALS, recently had the distinction of being inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in recognition of its cultural, historic and aesthetic importance to the nation’s film heritage. Here's what the Library of Congress stated about SMOKE SIGNALS in its release:

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SMOKE SIGNALS (1998)

Native American directors are a rarity in Hollywood. After the early silent film pioneers James Young Deer and Edwin Carewe, the portrayal of Native Americans in cinema turned dark and stereotypical. These social trends started changing with motion pictures like the groundbreaking SMOKE SIGNALS, generally considered to be the first feature film written, directed and produced by Native Americans. Director Chris Eyre uses the relaxed road-movie concept to create a funny and unpretentious look at Native Americans in the nation’s cinema and culture. The mostly Native American cast features Adam Beach and Evan Adams as the two road warriors who find themselves on a hilarious adventure. Beneath the highly entertaining façade, the film acquainted non-Native American audiences with real insights into the indigenous Americans’ culture. Sherman Alexie penned the witty, droll script based his book “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven.” This Miramax release was a big hit on the independent film circuit and won numerous awards, including a Sundance award.


READY FOR PRIME TIME: 
THE HIVE, A 60-MINUTE TV DRAMA 

 
 
 

Dive into the dynamic world of Santa Fe, a sanctuary city, and the Navajo Canyonlands, as powerhouse Mel Durant risks everything running her illegal safe house for young, undocumented border crossers and her melting pot community navigates the threat of changing federal policies with humor and hope. Click here.