Friday, May 27, 2016

Paramour: EW Stage Review | EW.com by Jesse Oxfeld

About 45 minutes into Paramour, the Cirque du Soleil musical that opens at Broadway’s Lyric Theatre tonight, the twin aerialists Andrew and Kevin Atherton are suspended over a stage set of…

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Thursday, April 21, 2016

SpongeBob Musical first look: Go inside Bikini Bottom — exclusive | EW.com by Marc Snetiker

The SpongeBob Musical is heading your way, and it’ll be hard to ignore the bubbles it will make when it hits the stage this summer for its debut, pre-Broadway run. Ahead of its June premie…

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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Rent original cast reunion at BroadwayCon | EW.com by Jessica Derschowitz

Cast members and creative team share memories of Jonathan Larson reflect on the show's 20th anniversary at BroadwayCon

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Monday, December 7, 2015

School of Rock: EW stage review by Jesse Oxfeld

There is tremendous amount of talent, and a long list of credits, behind School of Rock, the Broadway musical of version of the 2003 Jack Black comedy. Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote the score. D…

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Friday, November 6, 2015

'On Your Feet!': EW stage review | EW.com by Jesse Oxfeld

The bad (and frankly a little surprising) news about On Your Feet, the new musical by, about, and featuring the songs of Gloria and Emilio Estefan, is that at no point through its nearly two…

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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

World premiere of Broadway-bound 'The SpongBob Musical' to take place in Chicago | EW.com by Andrea Towers

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea AND is coming to Broadway? SpongeBob Squarepants! The pop culture phenomenon based on the Nickelodeon television show, which earlier this year spawned …

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Monday, June 8, 2015

Why are the Tony Awards so afraid of the Tony Awards? by Mark Harris

On Sunday night’s Tony Awards, history was made. Unfortunately, it was made during the commercial breaks. Early in the three-hour show, while viewers at home watched commercials for the wi…

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Monday, May 25, 2015

From 'Putnam County' to Hollywood By Mandi Bierly

Dan Fogler, Tony winner and star of "Balls of Fury," shares anecdotes about working with Walken, reveals his Ping-Pong playlist, and talks about his next big-screen comedies

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Stage Reviews: West End Update By Mark Shenton

We grade the London revivals of "Joseph" and "Grease," both starring actors selected by reality-TV viewers

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'WALL-E' Meets 'Dolly!' By Chris Willman

Director Andrew Stanton and composer Jerry Herman divulge the story behind the Pixar flick's most memorable moments

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Elling by Adam Markovitz (B-)

The play certainly has some funny moments, and a few poignant ones too. But like its marquee star, Elling doesn't feel quite ready for the Broadway stage.

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