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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Review: Review: Breakfast at Tiffany's (Theatre Royal Haymarket)

Chart-topper Pixie Lott makes her West End debut as Holly Golightly

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Theater Listings for July 29-Aug. 4

A critical guide to productions in New York City, including shows in previews.

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Video Flash: Leona Lewis Sings "Memory" and More in This New Footage From Cats

Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical has returned to Broadway.

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Review: NYMF 2016: Icon; Lisa and Leonardo; Tink!

This is TheaterMania's third review roundup of the 2016 New York Musical Festival.

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Photo Flash: First Look at the New Broadway Cast of Something Rotten!

Rob McClure, Josh Grisetti, and Will Chase lead the new Broadway company.

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‘The Flamingo Kid,’ based on 1984 film, prepped for Broadway

A new stage musical based on Garry Marshall’s 1984 movie, “The Flamingo Kid,” is hoping to cha-cha to Broadway by 2018.

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15 Pairs That Made Musical Theatre Magic Together

Something Rotten!'s Rob McClure and Josh Grisetti have inspired us to look at other iconic Broadway pairings.

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Photo Flash: Meet the Stars of Aubergine at Playwrights Horizons

Julia Cho's new play is directed by Kate Whoriskey.

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Video Flash: Look Inside Shakespeare in the Park's Troilus and Cressida

Daniel Sullivan directs the production at the Delacorte Theater.

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Photo Flash: Stars From Waitress, Fun Home, and More at Broadway in Bryant Park

Broadway's best came out for a lunchtime concert.

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Theater News: Mobile Shakespeare Unit to Mount Fall Production of Hamlet

The free tour will be followed by a sitdown production at the Public Theater.

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Theater News: Casting Set for Drury Lane Theatre's Smokey Joe's Cafe

Marcia Milgrom Dodge will direct and choreograph the production.

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Theater News: Talkback for Eudora Welty — Mississippi Stories to Follow Sunday Performance

The play is an adaptation of Welty's short story "Why I Live at the P.O." and her memoir, One Writer's Beginnings.

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Theater News: Lauren Molina to Star in Wonderful Town

Mary Zimmerman will direct the production at Goodman Theatre.

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TV News: Idina Menzel to Star in Remake of Beaches

Another Broadway star takes on C.C. Bloom.

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And the winners of the 2015-2016 Marketing Awards Winners are . . .

You know what I love about our Broadway Marketing Awards? More people vote for the Marketing Awards than the Tony Awards. Like a lot more.   And now, I’ve kept you and all the hard wo…

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Music News: The SpongeBob Musical to Receive Cast Album

The recording will be released when the show moves to Broadway.

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Matt Rodin Gets Norm Lewis, Max von Essen, Cynthia Erivo and Ana Villafa\u00F1e to Sing Off-Key at Florence Foster Jenkins Screening

Playbill\u2019s Matt Rodin was on hand at a recent screening of the new Meryl Streep film Florence Foster Jenkins. The movie tells the true story of a socialite, who despite limited singing …

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Theater News: Musical Adaptation of Garry Marshall's The Flamingo Kid Sets Sights on Broadway

The creators of A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder and Grey Gardens team up for the stage project.

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Review: Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater

Encores! Off-Center closes out the season with Ashman and Menken's little-known predecessor to Little Shop of Horrors

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival is more than Shakespeare on stage

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is now in full swing with all three of its theaters in operation and a total of 10 plays running in repertory six days a week. … Click to Continue &raqu…

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Blogs: Sarah Crompton: Harry Potter reminds us why theatre should be a joy, not a duty

In the week that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child finally opened at the Palace Theatre, Sarah Crompton looks at how the play may open the door to a new younger audience.

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Theatre News: Matt Grinter wins Papatango New Writing Prize

The 8th Papatango New Writing Prize has been awarded to a Bristol-based writer

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Hillary brings star power to Democratic National Convention

A-list celebrities keep pouring in to the Democratic National Convention to show their support for Hillary Clinton.        

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Bradley Cooper's DNC appearance irks conservatives

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Bradley Cooper's appearance at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night has irked some conservative fans of the actor's portrayal of N…

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Theater News: Louis Cancelmi to Replace David Barbour in Troilus and Cressida at the Delacorte

The free Shakespeare in the Park production casts a new Achilles.

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Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with Trip of Love Star Nia Sioux

Nia Sioux talks Trip of Love, Dance Moms, and

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Theatre News: Linda Nolan and Louise Jameson cast in Rumpy Pumpy!

The musical will open at the Theatre Royal, Windsor before transferring to the Union Theatre

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Hot Clip of the Day: Hamilton's Daniel J. Watts Blends Activism & Music

Hamilton’s Daniel J. Watts has a passion for social justice and change.

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Unconventional Summer Stars, Including a Helicopter by Michael Paulson, Steven McElroy, Erik Piepenburg and Laura Collins-Hughes

This summer, these four performers will play roles they might not get a chance to tackle otherwise.

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