Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Theatre News: Cast announced for Salisbury Little Shop of Horrors

Gareth Machin's production also runs at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester

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Maxine Peake to discuss female actors with Vicky Featherstone on BBC2 show by David Hutchison

Maxine Peake will discuss women on stage and screen with arts figures including Royal Court artistic director Vicky Featherstone in the first

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Mel Brooks to perform one-off solo show in London by Georgia Snow

Mel Brooks will perform a one-off solo show at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre later this month. Mel Brooks Live in London

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Fired for her curves: burlesque dancer Ruby Rage won't take it lying down by Paul Oswell In New Orleans

Never tell a lady she is not right body type — the club and its owners are feeling the wrath of social media and some major voices in the world of burlesque Continue reading...

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Crouch Touch Pause Engage review – Gareth Thomas’s coming-out tale lacks spirit of its subject by Andrew Dickson

There’s no denying the power of the story but this verbatim play has the feeling of a well-intentioned research projectIn 2009, rugby star Gareth “Alfie” Thomas had the world at his fe…

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Broadway-Bound HAMILTON Joins Social Media! by BroadwayWorld

The world premiere musical HAMILTON, inspired by the book 'Alexander Hamilton' by Ron Chernow, with book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and directed by Thomas Kail, has been extend…

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Rialto Chatter: Jessie Nelson and Sara Bareilles' WAITRESS Musical Coming to Broadway After Run at A.R.T.? by Rialto Chatter

According to a recent post by the A.R.T. the show already has plans for Broadway The theatre auctioned off tickets to the show's opening night on Broadway as a part of its 2015 gala, teasing…

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Photo Coverage: Atlantic Theater Company Celebrates 30 Years at 2015 Gala! by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Just last night, Atlantic Theater Company Neil Pepe, Artistic Director Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director presented its landmark 30th Anniversary Gala, at The Pierre 2 East 61st Street at 5th…

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Chilina Kennedy on finding the 'joy' of Carole King on B'way by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- The last time Broadway theatergoers got to see Chilina Kennedy, she was portraying Mary Magdalene. Now she's returned to play someone much more contemporary - songwriter…

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The OTHER “Tillie’s Punctured Romance” by Trav S.D.

Today is the anniversary of the release date of the W.C. Fields-Chester Conklin comedy Tillie’s Punctured Romance (1928), directed by Eddie Sutherland. As the name suggests, the film w…

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Alan Cumming, Laura Benanti & More Remind Helen Mirren 'She Cannot Sing' by Movies News Desk

Alec Baldwin, who introduced the performance segment of the gala evening, told the crowd, 'Helen Mirren can do a lot of things. She can act. She speaks French. But there's one thing she cann…

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ArtsBeat: In Performance: Tonya Pinkins and Dianne Wiest of ‘Rasheeda Speaking’ by Erik Piepenburg

A scene from the New Group’s production of the play by Joel Drake Johnson.

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Fuse Album Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds “Chasing Yesterday” by Adam Ellsworth

If you’re interested in ol’ reliable Noel Gallagher songs, there are a couple of examples on Chasing Yesterday

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En garde! Swashbuckling and Shakespeare coming soon from Synetic by Nelson Pressley

Shhh! More “silent” Shakespeare is on tap from Synetic Theatre, which is bringing back two hits and creating a new wordless take on the Bard for its 2015-16 season. The year in DC theate…

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Can we Tech This?: Tips for Small Theatre Companies by Onstagecritics

Claudia Toth / Columnist Congratulations on selecting your shows! I know you considered the larger tech elements while in the selection process, but now that you’ve got your shows pick…

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The Vibrant, Far-Out, Futuristic Art Of Karl Lund At NBMAA by Alan Bisbort

For the artist Karl Lund, the future is yesterday. His dramatic canvasses, roiling with action and color, are built on a fertile foundation of boyhood fascinations with futurist science fict…

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BWW Recap: Tears, Bitterness, and 'The Right Reasons' as THE BACHELOR's 'Women Tell All' by Patti Murin

Good morning, Bachelor friends Last night ABC aired the grand Bachelor tradition that is The Women Tell All, and boy, did those women tell all. And by that, I mean they told absolutely nothi…

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Matt Lucas’s Pompidou: why are we so snobbish about silent comedy? by Brian Logan

The BBC’s new sitcom, like Mr Bean before it, has been called cynical and childish – but family entertainment shouldn’t be dismissed as unsophisticatedOuch. There’ve been some stinki…

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WAKE UP with BWW 3/3/2015 - LES MIZ, HAMILTON and ON THE TOWN Welcome Fresh Faces and More! by Jessica Showers

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it Today's big news LES MIZ, HAMILTON and ON THE TOWN welc…

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Christian Hoff returns to stage by Diane Bell

Actor Christian Hoff returns to the San Diego stage this weekend with his quartet

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Jane Lynch to Star in CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Angel From Hell’ by Elizabeth Wagmeister

Weeks before “Glee’s” series finale, Jane Lynch has locked down her next television role. Lynch will star in CBS’ pilot “Angel From Hell,” Variety has le…

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Helen Mirren Can’t Sing, Gets an Award Anyway at Roundabout Theater Company Gala by Gordon Cox

New York’s Roundabout Theater Company celebrated Helen Mirren March 2 by reminding her, repeatedly, that she can’t sing her way out of a paper bag. “Helen Mirren can do a l…

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Broadway hits ready to take Boston by storm by Inside Track, Inside Track

Meggie Candler belts out a song from “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” at the Broadway In Boston 2015- 1016 Season Announcement last night.Eight productions, including ‘Beautiful,…

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VIDEO: In Performance: RASHEEDA SPEAKING's Tonya Pinkins & Dianne Wiest Perform by BroadwayWorld

In today's New York Time's In Performance video, Tony Award-winner Tonya Pinkins and Oscar-winner Dianne Wiest star as co-workers in Joel Drake Johnson's RASHEEDA SPEAKING

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Diane Lane & Tony Shalhoub Probe ‘Mystery Of Love & Sex': Review by Jeremy Gerard

The best new play of this young year has brought pros Diane Lane and Tony Shalhoub and relative newcomers Gayle Rankin and Mamoudou Athie to Lincoln Center Theater At The Mitzi Newhouse in…

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Theatre News: Royal Court's new season includes verbatim NHS play

Other highlights include debbie tucker green's new play hang

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Theatre News: Almeida announces cast for Stephens' Carmen Disruption

Sharon Small will make her Almeida debut alongside Olivier winner Noma Dumezweni

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John Tartaglia Leads BUYER & CELLAR, Beginning Tonight at George Street Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

George Street Playhouse and Artistic Director David Saint welcome New Jersey native John Tartaglia, from the original Broadway cast of Avenue Q, as well as TV's Sesame Street and the Emmy Aw…

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Broadway's LES MISERABLES Welcomes New Fantine, Eponine, Marius, Enjolras and Thenardiers Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed new production of Boublil amp Schonberg's Les Miserables will welcome several new cast members for its second year on Broadway beginning tonight, March 3 at Th…

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7am (Broadway Time)

SMASH's Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez and Andy Mientus Reunite in THIS WILL BE OUR YEAR Tonight at 54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Tonight, March 3rd, Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez and Andy Mientus will look back at their time on SMASH and sing the songs that inspired the creation of their characters, as well as trunk…

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Love n’ Courage Benefit Honors Tammy Grimes, David Amram by Sandi Durell

                  Theater Pizzazz’ JK Clarke was on the scene at the National Arts Club on March 2nd as Theater for the New... The post Lov…

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Jonathan Groff Takes Over as 'King George' in HAMILTON Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The Public Theater welcomes Tony Award nominee Jonathan Groff to the cast of HAMILTON as 'King George' tonight, March 3. Groff, who performed in The Public's recent revival of Hair as well a…

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The Rise and Shine of Comrade Fiasco review – fear and loathing in a Zimbabwean prison by Michael Billington

Gate, LondonAndrew Whaley’s play is well directed by Elayce Ismail but demands a familiarity with the country’s history that obscures its allegorical meaning Continue reading...

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Liz Miele: my mentor and friend George Carlin by Jay Richardson

The comic was still a teenager when she wrote to the legendary Saturday Night Live host for advice. He wrote back, and the resulting friendship shaped her workLiz Miele was 14 when she began…

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Tony Nominee Mireille Enos to Star in New Shonda Rhimes TV Drama by TV News Desk

ireille Enos, who received a Tony nomination for her 2005 performance in 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' has been tapped to star in the new Shonda Rhimes' drama pilot THE CATCH

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Words Have Special Meaning In Guild’s Tuesdays With Morrie by Bill Hirschman

Boca Raton Theatre Guild's production of Tuesdays With Morrie has increasing resonance for Boomers caring for their parents.

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Now Broadcasting From the N.J. Performing Arts Center

The New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark is expanding its reach with a $3 million project enabling it to broadcast performances, the venue will announce Tuesday.

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Sideshow: Tony Danza returns to Northeast

Danza returns to Northeast Tony Danza is coming back to Northeast High School. He taught there during the 2009-2010 school year, basis for the A&E show Teach: Tony Danza. Every year since,…

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BWW's On This Day - March 3, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 3 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Review: The Rise and Shine of Comrade Fiasco (Gate Theatre)

Andrew Whaley's 1990 Zimbabwe-set drama gets 'tangled in its own symbolism'

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Interviews: Leading Ladies: Nancy Carroll - 'I have no idea how anyone sustains a plan in this business'

In the latest of our occasional series, we get 'closer' to an actress every director wants to work with

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Feature: Tales from the West Country with Bea Roberts by Tamar Saphra

Image credit: Max Johns ‘One of the reasons I’m a playwright rather than, say, a novelist, is because I love connecting with a live audience in shared space’ explains Bea Roberts, Devo…

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An Actor Writes: FILMMAKERS – Pay actors properly or face potential legal action by Briony Rawle

Image Credit: Tax Credits @ Creative Commons The little-known legal facts that could see thousands of filmmakers in court Disclaimer: Briony Rawle talks big, but is not a trained lawyer. Her…

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Job No. 1, you must be fearless: Alonzo King LINES Ballet by Laura Molzahn

"People dance who they are," says choreographer Alonzo King. "Moving is thought in action. So when you see great movers, you're actually seeing great thinkers."

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Job No. 1, you must be fearless: Alonzo King LINES Ballet by Laura Molzahn

"People dance who they are," says choreographer Alonzo King. "Moving is thought in action. So when you see great movers, you're actually seeing great thinkers."

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Theatre News: Full casting and extra performance announced for Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson

Rosalie Craig and Alex Gaumond are joining the cast, and there will be an extra matinee on 5 April

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Russell Tovey says sorry for effeminate actor comments by Guardian Staff

Actor widely criticised for saying he was lucky he hadn’t gone to the kind of drama school that would lead him to ‘prance around’ Continue reading...

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Theater review: 'The Mystery of Love & Sex' starring Tony Shalhoub and Diane Lane

An uneven but very warm-hearted play about inter-generational relationships.

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Big nights out: Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer announce UK tour by Ben Beaumont-Thomas

The pair behind Shooting Stars and new sitcom House of Fools are to go on a nationwide live tour entitled The Poignant MomentsVic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, the absurdist duo whose comedy care…

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Ruddigore, Charles Court Opera, King's Head Theatre by David Nice

How can a feisty village dame duetting “lackaday”s with the mounted head of a long-lost, nay, long-dead love be so deuced affecting? Ascribe it partly to the carefully-applied sentiment …

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This Sunday, March 8th at 4 PM at Strathmore: Young Artists of America And MCYO Philharmonic & Symphony Orchestras Present ‘West Side Story and by Guest Author

THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 8TH AT 4 PM AT STRATHMORE!! Shakespeare’s great love story is transported to modern-day New York City and Verona, Italy through a unique pairing of the timeless musi…

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By Peter Filichia   Long before we turned our attentions to Elphaba and away from Dorothy Gale, bookwriter Sidney Michaels, composer Larry Grossman and lyricist Hal Hackady had the same…

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David Morrissey: Having talent isn’t enough to make it as an actor by David Morrissey

There has been a lot of chatter recently about “posh” actors. Are there too many of them? Have they had it too

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Theater News: Switzerland, Featuring Laura Linney and Seth Numrich, Begins Tonight

Sydney Theatre Company and Geffen Playhouse present the world premiere of Joanna Murray-Smith's play.

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‘Rabbit Hole’ at Vagabond Players by Gina Jun

Celebrating 99 seasons, Vagabond Players continues its time-honored tradition to present rich, relevant high-quality shows in its recent production of Rabbit Hole. A work of the prolific pla…

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Mark Shenton: Is Hamilton the next The Book of Mormon? by Mark Shenton

“History is happening in Manhattan,” says a character in Hamilton, the new musical about a particular chapter in American constitutional history that

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Can Fundraising Be Inspirational To All Involved? by Joe Patti

Last Thursday I attended an art show opening at the shop of a wood furniture maker. The owner of the shop invited some college kids in to festoon his walls with their work which leans heavil…

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‘Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp’ at The Puppet Co. by Julia L. Exline

The Puppet Co. presents a gorgeously delivered production of Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp, written by Vera C. Hughes and Allan Stevens and inspired by its original version in One Thousand …

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His Majesty Has Arrived! Jonathan Groff Begins Performances as King George III in Hamilton Off-Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Long may he reign over us...wait a minute, maybe not?! Jonathan Groff begins performances as King George in Hamilton off-Broadway on March 3, taking over for Tony nominee Brian d’Arcy …

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More Miserables! Broadway's Les Miz Welcomes New Revolutionaries, Innkeepers, Students & More by Broadway.com

A host of new faces are ready to storm the barricades, sell their hair, and do a whole lot of crying-while-belting. The Broadway revival of Les Miserables welcomes Gavin Lee as Thenardier, f…

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God bless two-faced England, whatever Alan Bennett may say by Michael Henderson

The hypocritical English have achieved much; the Scots, thanks to the Act of Union, have done a bit. The Welsh have done very little, reckons Michael Henderson

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Rachel Potter's NOT SO BLACK & WHITE Now Available by Pat Cerasaro

Rachel Potter shows off her Nashville influence with a dynamic new album

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Olivia Newton-John Releases SUMMER NIGHTS - LIVE IN LAS VEGAS Two-CD Set Today by BroadwayWorld

Four time Grammy Award winner Olivia Newton-John will release a two-CD, 22 song recording of her acclaimed concert 'Summer Nights - Live in Las Vegas,' recorded live at Flamingo Las Vegas to…

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Tony Nominee Annaleigh Ashford Set for SO INTO IT at UCB East Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Tony nominee Annaleigh Ashford Kinky Boots, Masters of Sex will join downtown comedians for the So Into It Sportz variety show at the Uprights Citizens Brigade East tonight, March 3 at 8 PM.

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ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY's Peter Gallagher to Return Today by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Saturday evening's performance of On the Twentieth Century was canceled due to an ill Peter Gallagher. Understudy James Moye has stepped into the role o…

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Stage Star Ryan Link Releases Debut EP REVERBERATIONS Today by BroadwayWorld

New York City renaissance man Ryan Link releases his debut EP, Reverberations, today, March 3.

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Broadway's ON THE TOWN Releases Two-Disc Cast Album Today by BroadwayWorld

The new Broadway revival of On The Town was recorded in November 2014 for a two-disc cast album to be released by PS Classics. On The Town, which features a book and lyrics by Betty Comden a…

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Kevin Spacey Returns to Role of CLARENCE DARROW at The Old Vic Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Marking his last time on The Old Vic stage whilst Artistic Director, Kevin Spacey, returns to the iconic role of Clarence Darrow following his sell-out and critically acclaimed run of 22 per…

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LITTLE DANCER's Tiler Peck Joins Broadway's ON THE TOWN Tonight by BroadwayWorld

New York City Ballet principal dancer Tiler Peck will step into the role of 'Ivy Smith' in the new Broadway revival of On The Town this March for six performances only, while her fellow New …

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Four classic movie musicals are coming to Blu-ray today

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Costuming with a Vision by Lindsay Price

Episode 125: Costuming with a Vision Does the thought of costuming a show fill you with dread? Are you always resorting to colourful t-shirts and jeans because that’s all you have time for…

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Gehry-designed guest house on the road again

Famed modernist house to be auctioned in Chicago; BYO moving trailer.

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‘The Wizard of Oz’ at Other Voices Theatre by Johnna Leary

A stage production of the beloved musical The Wizard of Oz is always difficult, because of the inevitable comparisons with the 1939 classic movie engrained in our popular culture. However, t…

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Theater News: Buyer & Cellar, Starring Tony Award Nominee John Tartaglia, Opens for Business

The solo play starts performances tonight at the George Street Playhouse.

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Theater News: Jonathan Groff Joins Hamilton at the Public Theater

Groff steps in for Something Rotten!'s Brian d'Arcy James tonight.

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Review: The Mystery of Love & Sex

A new comedy about messy relationships opens at Lincoln Center Theater.

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The World of Extreme Happiness *** and Big Love **** by Barry

          By: David ShewardThe devastating effects of sexism are examined in two fascinating Off-Broadway productions. The playwrights' styles vary Jennifer Lim: "The World of Extre…

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ON THE TOWN New Broadway Cast Recording Now Available On iTunes by Pat Cerasaro

Reserve your copy of ON THE TOWN now

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Porchlight Revisits City of Angels Tonight by Andrew Gans

Chicago's Porchlight Music Theatre continues its “lost” musicals in staged concert series March 3-4 with Porchlight Revisits… City of Angels.

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John Tartaglia Stars in Barbra Streisand-Themed Buyer & Cellar, Beginning Tonight by Andrew Gans

Avenue Q Tony nominee John Tartaglia stars in the George Street Playhouse production of Jonathan Tolins' one-person show Buyer & Cellar, which begins previews March 3 prior t…

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Kristin Chenoweth Reunited With Her On the Twentieth Century Leading Man Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Leading man Peter Gallagher, who has been sidelined from On the Twentieth Century for the past week due to illness, returns to the Broadway revival March 3 at the American Airlines Theatre.

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“Smash” Stars Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez and Andy Mientus Reunite Tonight at 54 Below by Michael Gioia

"Smash" stars Jeremy Jordan, Krysta Rodriguez and Andy Mientus look back at their time on the NBC musical drama in This Will Be Our Year March 3 at 54 Below.

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Spring Awakening Star Crowned New King of Hamilton Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Off-Broadway audiences encounter new stage royalty March 3 when Tony Award nominee Jonathan Groff assumes the throne from Tony nominee Brian d'Arcy James as King George III in the ne…

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Two-Disc Cast Album of On the Town Gets Digital Release Today by Andrew Gans and Adam Hetrick

PS Classics' two-disc cast album of the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of the musical comedy On the Town, featuring a score by Leonard Bernstein, is released digitall…

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PLAYBILL VAULT’S Today In Theatre History: MARCH 3 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley, Ernio Hernandez and Robert Viagas

1930 Bert Lahr is a Flying High mechanic who breaks an aeronautical record because he doesn't know how to land the plane. The writing team of Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson p…

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New Fantine, Marius, Eponine, Enjolras and Thenardiers Storm Broadway’s Les Misrables by Michael Gioia

Tony and Oliver Award nominee Gavin Lee, Erika Henningsen, Rachel Izen, Brennyn Lark, Chris McCarrell and Wallace Smith take over principal roles in the Tony Award-nominated Broadway rev…

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Jason Alexander Visits Kristin Chenoweth Backstage At ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Pat Cerasaro

Kristin Chenoweth and Jason Alexander backstage at ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

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