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The late Tony-nominated actor was born April 17, 1961.
The Tony Award winner celebrates her birthday February 22.
Get to know the plays behind shows like Carousel, 110 in the Shade, Kiss Me Kate, Oklahoma!, and more.
A look at some of Broadway’s dance-driven shows, featuring 42nd Street, Anything Goes, Bandstand, A Chorus Line, and many more.
The romantic comedy takes place during the holiday season, from Christmas to New Year’s Eve.
The show opened November 13, 2003, at the Plymouth Theatre.
A look at the evolution of Chicago, Sweeney Todd, My Fair Lady, Hello, Dolly! and eight more.
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The actor celebrates her birthday July 3.
The Tony nominee celebrates her birthday June 18.
The four-time Tony nominee celebrates her birthday May 20.
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical opened at the Booth Theatre May 2, 1984.
The show opened April 29, 1968, on Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre.
The Tony-winning actor celebrates his birthday April 18.
The Tony-winning show ran from April 18, 2002, to June 20, 2004, at the Marquis Theatre on Broadway.
The Tony-nominated actor celebrates her birthday April 17.
Tony, Oscar, Grammy, and Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Sondheim was born March 22, 1930.
The Tony-winning actor celebrates her birthday February 28.
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The original Broadway production opened on January 10,1947.
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The New Group world premiere will begin performances in November.
Molly Smith's all-new production of the Cole Porter musical began performances in D.C. November 2.
The production opened November 16, 1959, at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
The new musical comedy, about a group of Broadway eccentrics who infiltrate a conservative Midwest town, opened November 15.
The production opened November 16, 2006, at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
The production plays the Julia Morgan Theater November 9–December 23.
The play with music, directed by Leigh Silverman, returned to the Off-Broadway theatre November 14.
The new musical comedy, about a group of Broadway eccentrics who infiltrate a conservative, Midwest town, officially opens November 15.
The five-time Tony winner received the Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime Achievement in Musical Theatre November 12.