Is "End of the Rainbow" the End for Judy? by Jan Simpson

Movies and plays in which actors impersonate more famous celebrities aren’t my favorite form of entertainment. And yet I had really looked forward to seeing End of the Rainbow, the new mus…

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Evita: semi revived on Broadway by Oscar E. Moore

The show starts off great with actual newsreel footage of Eva Peron’s funeral and the Requiem and then in flashback proceeds to go downhill.

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Evita by StageGrade

Are critics crying for "Evita"?

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EVITA – semi-revived on Broadway by Oscar E Moore

Something’s amiss in Argentina.  If only Forbidden Broadway - the highly successful musical revue that satirized the Great White Way’s hits and misses - was still running they w…

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NYC's Triad Theatre Presents JERSEY BOYS' Russell Fischer in UNCHARTED, 5/14 by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, May 14th at 7pm, direct from Jersey Boys, Russell Fischer will make his New York Cabaret debut in UNCHARTED at The Triad Theatre, 158 West 72nd Street. Mr. Fischer revisits perfor…

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Josh Young Returned to JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Friday Evening by BroadwayWorld

Josh Young, who is starring as 'Judas' in Broadway's JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR after originating the role in both the Startford and La Jolla productions of the show, returned to the production …

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Leap of Faith by Doug Marino

In opening this review, I take note that I cannot find a show banner icon that does not have Raul Esparza's name atop the title.  Clearly the producers are hanging t…

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"Magic/Bird" Brings The NBA To Broadway

The NBA became part of Broadway history this week as the new basketball-themed play "Magic/Bird" looked to court some new fans.

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Magic/Bird by StageGrade

How do critics score "Magic/Bird"?

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Players' story moves from court to stage in 'Magic/Bird'

NEW YORK • The American theater regularly portrays outsized figures we know from history. ESPN routinely packages narratives of athletes we know from sports broadcasts. Rarely, however, do…

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Newsies by Songs From The Musicals

Newsies Jeremy Jordan and company in a promotional video featuring excerpts from the original Broadway production. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.songsfromthemusicals.com F…

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'Time Stands Still': So much joy; so much pain

Donald Margulies' trenchant play, now at the Guthrie, explores the tension between finding hope in our private lives and the need to confront ugly reality.

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“Ephemeral Evidence” Profiles: Rebecca Davis by Aaron Mattocks

Aaron Mattocks profiles Rebecca Davis, his artist partner for the Ephemeral Evidence show at Exit Art.

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JKTS Interactive: HOT/HOTTER: Round 12: The Silver Foxes by JK

DON'T FORGET!  ENTER TO WIN TICKETS TO SEE JEFF GOLDBLUM IN SEMINAR!  CLICK THE ICON TO YOUR LEFT!  WHILE YOU ARE OVER TO THE LEFT, VOTE IN THIS MONTH'S THEATRE POLL, TOO! &nb…

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'Time Stands Still': So much joy; so much pain

Donald Margulies' trenchant play, now at the Guthrie, explores the tension between finding hope in our private lives and the need to confront ugly reality.

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Theatre For Thought, April 14, 2012 by The Charlebois Post

IN DEFENSE OF CHARLIE BROWNjoel fishbaneYears ago a friend who shall remain nameless (hint: she’s part of the current cast of CMT’s The Singing Bee) gave me the script to You’re a Good…

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