Mark Shenton’s New York theatre picks: December 19~artile from TheStage.co,uk

I’m currently enjoying the luxury of a month-long visit to New York, my favourite city on the planet – and it is giving me a chance to catch up with everything that’s playing here, as well as revisiting some things…

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In Performance: Sting and Rachel Tucker~article from NY Times.com

Ms. Tucker sings “August Winds” from the Broadway musical “The Last Ship,” accompanied by the show’s composer, Sting, on guitar. Sting performs in the show, at the Neil Simon Theater, through Jan. 24. Read more… http://www.nytimes.com/video/theater/100000003296411/in-performance-sting-and-rachel-tucker.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&version=timesvideo-heading&module=watch-in-times-video&region=video-player-region&WT.nav=video-player-region

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Sting’s Visceral, Emotional ‘The Last Ship’ Arrives on Broadway~article from RollingStone

At the close of the first act of The Last Ship – the musical conceived by Sting that just opened on Broadway – a group of workers charge the fence that locks them out of the shutdown shipyard where they…

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Review: Sting’s ‘The Last Ship’ is thrilling stuff~article from The Wall Street Journal

NEW YORK — You may be tempted upon leaving Sting’s Broadway musical “The Last Ship” to head straight to a pub to drain a pint and sing some sea shanties. Or maybe go weld something. Or do both. Such are…

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Sting’s the Last Ship: The Prodigal Son Returns~article from Huffington Post

If you’ve attended any of the packed previews of The Last Ship at the Neil Simon Theater, you may have noticed its originator and composer Sting lurking about. At your surprise to see him, he exclaims, “It’s my baby!” Indeed,…

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