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Interviews: Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles Breaks Out of Her Country Confines as Roxie Hart in Chicago

The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter rebrands herself for her Broadway debut.

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Review: ‘Social Security,’ the Heroic Poetry of Solitude by Ben Brantley

In Christina Masciotti’s play at the Bushwick Starr, a retired Pennsylvania pretzel-factory worker talks just to hear herself talk, even though she’s deaf.

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Marriott Marquis Will Host Industry-Wide Bone Marrow Drive on Today by Bww News Desk

On Today, February 28 3-7PM the Marriott Marquis Hotel will host an industry-wide Bone Marrow Drive, organized by theatre professional Kyle Bonder. Kyle writes

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SOUND OFF Exclusive: Final Days! ONE NIGHT STAND New Contest Update by Pat Cerasaro

The chance to enter the ONE NIGHT STAND contest ends at midnight tonight and tomorrow is the last day to cast your vote'

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Barbara Cook Closes Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Now in its 16th season, Lincoln Center's acclaimed series American Songbook continues to expand its scope in celebrating the best in American singing and songwriting, with Barbara Cook closi…

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Broadway.com Spring Preview! Squigs Sketches All 18 Shows Arriving on the Great White Way by Lindsay Champion

Spring has sprung on Broadway! March and April are jam-packed with new shows opening on the Great White Way, and to celebrate, Broadway.com resident artist Justin “Squigs” Robert…

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50-Year Romance Turned Pop-Rock Musical Begins Tonight Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

59E59 Theaters and Prospect Theater Company's New York premiere of Long Story Short, a pop rock musical adapted by Brendan Milburn and Valerie Vigoda from David Schulner's p…

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PLAYBILL VIDEO WEEK IN REVIEW: Megan Hilty Sings “Suddenly Seymour,” Hamilton Heads for Broadway, Ma by Mark Ezovski

In a premium outtake from "OBSESSED! Live," Megan Hilty and Seth Rudetsky sang from Little Shop of Horrors, while Playbill hit the town to capture special musical previews of Findi…

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New John Kander Musical Kid Victory Opens Tonight at the Signature by Olivia Clement

Kid Victory, the world-premiere musical from famed composer John Kander (Chicago, Cabaret) and playwright Greg Pierce (Slow Girl), officially opens Feb. 28 following previews that began …

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David Cromer’s Angels in America, Starring Claybourne Elder, Opens Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Claybourne Elder, seen Off-Broadway in Road Show, Allegro and Broadway's Bonnie & Clyde, stars in the Kansas City Repertory Theatre production of Tony Kushner's Angels in…

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PHOTO ARCHIVE: From Mabel to Momma Rose! Celebrating the Stage Work of Birthday Gal Bernadette Peter by Matthew Blank

Bernadette Peters celebrates her birthday this weekend, on Feb. 28. We look back at some of the Tony-winning actress' greatest roles!

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THE WEEK AHEAD Feb. 28-March 6: Jessie Mueller Bids Broadway a Beautiful Farewell the Hunchback Come by Blake Ross

Playbill.com's weekly planner reminds you that Larry David is the new big Fish in town… Neil LaBute comes to TV… Jessie Mueller says farewell to Carole King&hel…

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Elemeno Pea, About a Personal Assistant to the Wife of a Billionaire, Hits Pittsburgh Tonight by Michael Gioia

City Theatre continues its 40th anniversary season with the Molly Smith Metzler comedy Elemeno Pea, directed by City artistic director Tracy Brigden, beginning Feb. 28 in Pittsburgh, PA.

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A Woman’s World: Pam MacKinnon on The Decision to Restore Wasserstein’s Cut Dialogue to The Heidi Ch by Carey Purcell

In the first installment of Playbill's new series focusing on women in theatre, Tony Award-winning director Pam MacKinnon shares how a 10-year relationship with Edward Albee led …

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PLAYBILL VAULT’S Today In Theatre History: FEBRUARY 28 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley, Ernio Hernandez and Robert Viagas

1894 Birthday of playwright Ben Hecht (1894-1964) , author or co-author of The Front Page, Twentieth Century, Jumbo, The Egoist and The Great Magoo.

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For Their Second Act, John Kander and Greg Pierce Musicalize Mystery of Abducted Kid by Mervyn Rothstein

Greg Pierce shares behind-the-scenes stories of working with composer John Kander to create Kid Victory, the new musical about a missing child and the process of writing with an accl…

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STAGE VIEWS: Kid Victory Star Sarah Litzsinger On Book of Mormon, Something Rotten and Mrs. Lovett by Andrew Gans

Playbill.com's series features actors commenting on their recent theatregoing experiences, what productions they're looking forward to and more.

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What Broadway Needs Now: 10 Songwriters Overdue for A New Show by Ben Rimalower

There's no shortage of exciting new musicals opening this spring on Broadway. But true lovers of theatre always want more. Playbill.com correspondent Ben Rimalower looks at the talented …

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