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Win Tickets to Love Letters

Love Letters conquers all!” – NBC New York

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#TGIFTunes - Broadway Is In Love

Broadway is famous for creating some of the world's most known romances.

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The Magic Men of The Illusionists

Can any show live up to the tagline “Witness the Impossible”? In the case of The Illusionists, the answer is most definitely yes, since the cast of this extravaganza is composed of seven of the greatest magicians in the world. 

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Finding Broadway's Gloria: The Art of Casting

Remember all the great Broadway shows you have been to? Much of what made them memorable were the special and talented actors who graced that stage eight times a week. 

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Making Broadway Dance, from Screen to Stage

Choreographer Joshua Bergasse’s journey from Smash to On the Town.

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Patricia Clarkson's Broadway Homecoming

This fall, she's thrilled to be making the leap back to Broadway in The Elephant Man.

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The Play Is the Thing

Set on opening night of a drama with the unpromising title The Golden Egg, It’s Only a Play boasts a cast of Broadway superstars.

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2014 Fall Broadway Preview

We’ve got golden oldies, some new plays, two new musicals (well, it’s still the fall), and high-toned literary fare. 

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Chicago: Where Broadway Goes to Grow

Chicago might be known as the Second City, but it’s first in line when it comes to nurturing future Broadway shows. For more than a decade, Chicago has served as the proving ground for shows that are Broadway-bound. 

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On the Town Soon to Be On the Town

Phyllis Newman had to take action, but she didn’t know what to do. “This year is the centennial of Adolph Green’s birth,” Newman says, citing one of Broadway’s most beloved book-writers and lyricists — not to mention her husband from 1960 until his death in 2002. “I wanted to have some sort of celebration and kept wondering what it should be. 

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