The Journey to Broadway Episode 1: Here We Are

Music icons Emilio and Gloria Estefan are Broadway bound.

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Win Tickets to Hedwig and the Angry Inch

See Darren Criss like you’ve never seen him before.

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Broadway on the Thames (and Vice Versa)

Mark Shenton provides a roundup of important theater that's happening on both sides of the Atlantic.

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The Hot List: 6 Go-To Set Designers

Broadway Direct brings you the next installment in a quarterly series that highlights theater professionals who are making their marks on Broadway and beyond. Here’s a look at some of the most prominent names in set design today with upcoming productions you won't want to miss.

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Here Comes It Shoulda Been You

Go behind-the-scenes with David Hyde Pierce and the cast of It Shoulda Been You.

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Michael Cerveris and Judy Kuhn Move in to Fun Home

“I was reminded that almost every family has secrets,” says Cerveris.

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The Heidi Chronicles: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

When The Heidi Chronicles opens on Broadway on March 19, more than 26 years will have passed since it debuted. Although it won a Pulitzer Prize and snagged a Best Play Tony, does this then-trendy 1989 play run the risk of being dated?

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This Season, There's No Business Like Show Business

Birdman, this year’s best picture Oscar winner, takes place largely backstage at a theatre. This season, backstage drama is taking center stage on Broadway as well. 

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English History Makes Riveting Drama

The story of Henry VIII, the English king who rid himself of several inconvenient wives and instituted the Church of England in the process, is a familiar tale. But Wolf Hall: Parts 1 & 2, the new Broadway epic drama that takes you behind the scenes of Henry’s Tudor court, delivers a fresh and exciting take on this well-known piece of history.

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The Acclaimed Musical Fun Home Finds a New Home on Broadway

Fun Home began a limited engagement at the Public Theater in the fall of 2013 with little fanfare, but by the time critics weighed in three weeks later, preview audiences were already spreading the word: Alison Bechdel’s bestselling graphic memoir had been transformed into one of the most exciting and moving new musicals in years.

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