Ruby Lewis: A Star is Born in Paramour

In the course of the development of Paramour, the character who will be played by Ruby Lewis was alternately called “The Girl,” “The Poetess,” and “The Leading Lady.” Of all the names, the young actress says that she likes “Leading Lady” best.

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The Wicked Wide Audience

From Wicked's very first preview in San Francisco in 2003, audiences learned early on that, no matter how old they are, there is something in the musical for everyone.

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Oscar Winner Lupita Nyong'o Makes a Moving Broadway Debut in Eclipsed

When you’ve won an Academy Award for your first feature film, created a role in the reboot of Star Wars, and graced the cover of Vogue (twice), the most unexpected career move would almost certainly be an Off-Broadway play about the Liberian Civil War.

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A Bright Star Blazes to Broadway

Tony Award–winning director Walter Bobbie (Chicago) doesn’t mince words when he talks about what it’s been like to bring the musical Bright Star — currently winding down an engagement at the John F. Kennedy Center Washington, D.C., and slated to open on Broadway in March — to the stage. He says excitedly that it has been “one of the most fulfilling creative experiences I’ve had, period. It’s been remarkable.”

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Spring Preview 2016: A Bright Broadway Season Continues

Stars from stage and screen will brighten the marquees on Broadway in the coming months. 

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Director Ivo van Hove Talks About Arthur Miller

Ivo van Hove’s stark Broadway revival of A View From the Bridge keeps you on edge until its bloody climax and finally leaves you exhilarated and gasping for breath.

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