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The seven plays, six musicals and other amazing performances scheduled to tread the boards in this fall season.
Groundhog Day woke up to the best days its had yet, and new musical productions in Atlanta and St. Louis have Broadway-caliber casts.
The Humans returned to the boards with greater attendance but not the same box-office strength, and Cats showed staying power.
His anarchic, broad style of theatre became an influential force in 1960s Off-Broadway.
The comic actor successfully transitioned from a life in Yiddish theater to a mainstream career.
The Met Soprano took on Broadway roles across the U.S.
Gelblum received a special Tony Award for his services.
Huddleston performed in Broadway revivals of 1776 and Death of a Salesman.
During a relatively pallid week on Broadway, the new revival of Cats did well, as did Les Miz.
Twain was a regular presence on Broadway and off, before decamping to California in the 1970s.
It’s the ’90s on Broadway all over again, with Cats on the boards, Miss Saigon due next year and Sunset Boulevard possibly on its way.
She appeared in movie musicals opposite Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly, and one Broadway show.
The New York theatre landscape was transformed by a company that dedicated each season to the work of one playwright.
In a fairly lean week, crowds rushed to see a closing Motown, but didn't to see a closing Fully Committed.
Broadway lost a leader when theatre owner James M. Nederlander, Sr. died; and London gave the world a brand new mega-hit.
Her founding of Arena Stage in D.C. helped spark a revolution.
He transformed Broadway.
Hamilton was beat at the till, and Cats showed continued strength in its second week on Broadway.
Motown suddenly announces closing, Chicago gets a Hamilton cast, and War Paint opens at the Goodman.
He is thought to have been the world's oldest active actor.
An unseen force along Broadway, she saw to the costumes of dozens of shows.
A couple Tony winners and two noted choreographers began their careers as dancing felines.
The addition of Cats and Motown to the roster led to a surge at the Broadway box office, while Hamilton survived the exit of its original lead actors.
Lyricist Tim Rice turns to an American story for his most recent musical, From Here to Eternity.
The Hamilton cast exodus continues, Theater for a New Audience and the Public Theater fight over a Hamlet, and New York gets two Chicagos.
Long before Javier Muñoz became the most famous replacement actor in Broadway history, he almost gave everything up before hitting the Heights.
Hamilton, which bid farewell to Lin-Manuel Miranda and others last week, was immune to the overall box-office slide across Broadway.
Hamilton gets some new stars while the old stars get some new gigs, and Mike Daisey takes on Donald Trump.
Broadway comebacks occasionally take time, but Headley proves they are worth the wait.
Hamilton has altered the fate of a lot of other things beside Broadway.
Anastasia confirms its Broadway plans, Edward Snowden makes his Off-Broadway debut and Andrew Lloyd Webber gets into a cat fight.