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72nd Tony Awards Preview

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With summer just kicking off, the biggest night of Broadway is just around the corner, the 72nd Tony Awards. Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will make their hosting debuts in the legendary Music City Radio Hall. To help you get ready for the all red carpet razzle dazzle and the inevitable live show flubs, here ...

Mean Girls Has Come to Broadway

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Get in losers, we’re going to Broadway. One of the most popular movies of 2004, the high school comedy classic, Mean Girls, has made a comeback on Broadway. After being tested at the National Theater in Washington D.C., Mean Girls has finally arrived to the Broadway stage at the August Wilson Theater. The musical will ...

Laura Benanti Interview

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It is safe to say that Laura Benanti is easily one of the most recognizable names and faces on Broadway. Laura first made her stage debut at age 18 as Maria in The Sound of Music, opposite Richard Chamberlain. Since her debut, Benanti has starred in the Broadway production of Women on the Verge of ...

Interview with Jim Norton

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Of Mice and Men is a title that does not go unrecognized in America. John Steinbeck wrote this great American classic in 1937 and was immediately adapted to Broadway the same year. Since its release, there have been numerous adaptations, such as the most recent Broadway play at the Longacre Theater. This 18-week run has ...

Spring in the City

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It’s not cold enough to bundle up and hit the ski slopes, and it’s not quite hot enough to throw on a yellow-polka-dot-bikini and hit the Jersey shore. It’s that infuriatingly pretty time of year when we can’t decide what to do for entertainment anymore: spring. Sure, there’s always dinner and a movie, but that ...