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A look at the week ahead. [Read More]
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The epic musical, drawn from Irish history by the creators of Les Misérables and Riverdance, was directed by Frank Galati. [Read More]
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The revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical opened at the Marquis Theatre April 5, 2012. [Read More]
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A look back at some of the now-famous faces who have graced the downtown institution's stages. [Read More]
A host of famous faces came together in 2018 to pay homage to the Tony-winning playwright and librettist in a laughter-filled evening you can now... [Read More]
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The first Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman's Follies opens in 2001. [Read More]
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Julia apologizes, Eileen is imperious, Jimmy scowls, and more on this episode of Smash! [Read More]
The daily series created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley benefits The Actors Fund. [Read More]
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The two titles were slated to play the Houston venue this spring prior to the coronvirus pandemic. [Read More]
The New York City-based drag queen channeled the Tony winner in this season's "Snatch Game" challenge. [Read More]
Plays in the House is a spinoff of Stars in the House, the daily benefit series created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley to benefit... [Read More]
While they can't perform on Broadway at the moment, they have an inspirational message for theatre lovers. [Read More]
SIX star Abby Meuller recommends the Broadway cast recording of the Elton John and Tim Rice pop opera. [Read More]
The Broadway powerhouse was born on this day in 1953. [Read More]
Mirvish Productions operates four theatres in downtown Toronto: the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, the Ed Mirvish, and the CAA. [Read More]
Photos from a season that was cut short, and testimonials from the artists who now call the theatre home. [Read More]
How did she connect her role in the Tony-nominated Best Revival to her Broadway debut in The Lieutenant of Inishmore? [Read More]
The show originally opened on Broadway April 4, 1971, at the Winter Garden Theatre. [Read More]
The original production opened April 4, 1964, at the Majestic Theatre. [Read More]
Two Stephen Sondheim musicals open on Broadway: Anyone Can Whistle (1964) and Follies (1971). [Read More]
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