Top Ten Creepy Broadway Musicals

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It’s Halloween! And to get you in the spirit of giving—candy, that is, we put together a list of ten spook-filled Broadway musicals. These shows take you to a different world filled with princesses and fairies, witches and phantoms, of course. Halloween is the perfect time of year to pay heed to a […]

Transport Group to Honor Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn

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The award winning theatre company, Transport Group, has announced that its 2011 Gimme A Break! Benefit, to be held on December 5 at the Asia Society Museum, will honor esteemed playwright Douglas Carter Beane and composer/lyricist Lewis Flinn. Beane and Flinn will receive the Transporting American Theatre Award for their outstanding contributions to […]

Barbara Cook Ain’t Down Yet!

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Send to Kindle 84 year old Barbara Cook, a theater legend, will be commended at The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts for her contribution to American culture this upcoming month.  This leading lady has dazzled and has won the hearts of audiences in her many roles on Broadway including shows such as The […]

Some Enchanted Evening with Mandy Patinkin and Patti LuPone Opens to Good reviews

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Two legendary Broadway performers, Patti LuPone and Mandi Patinkin, create an intimate and powerful musical story in An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin. Featuring the music of Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Kander and Ebb, the two share memories of the past and tell stories about their vibrant friendship. This […]

Review of Broadway Musicals: Show by Show, Seventh Edition by Stanley Green

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Despite being such a young art form, the history of musical theater has a lot of rich history to offer. Broadway Musicals: Show by Show, a book by Stanley Green, introduces the reader to every single musical that has ever been produced on Broadway starting from 1866 to the present day. The book […]

For the Love of Originality

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By Samantha Dupler If you were to do a Google search on “best musicals,” the following would come up: These, statistically, are the musicals most written about on the internet; the ones generally most beloved by the world, or at least the ones that have generated the most hype and overall fame. Let’s […]

22 shows, 54 Stars, 54 Days-Broadway Season Spring 2011

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Send to Kindle With all the hulabloo over Spiderman let’s not forget that 22 other shows will open in the next three months.  The list is quite impressive as there hasn’t been this much activity on Broadway  in quite a while. In April all 40 Broadway theatres will be full and audiences will have many […]