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Win Tickets to The Last Ship

The Last Ship is a new musical with an original score by 16-time Grammy Award winner Sting.

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#TGIFTunes - Broadway on Broadway

Some of Broadway's most successful shows are all about what happens on and offstage.

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Making Broadway Dance, from Screen to Stage

While the upcoming revival of On the Town will mark Joshua Bergasse’s Broadway debut, he did spend two years — and moved his career into higher gear — choreographing elaborate numbers for a fictional Broadway musical on the NBC series Smash.

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Patricia Clarkson's Broadway Homecoming

When Bradley Cooper signed on to star in The Elephant Man at Williamstown Theatre Festival two summers ago, he immediately offered the pivotal role of Mrs. Kendal to Patricia Clarkson. Smart casting: Who better to play a witty, worldly, charismatic actress than a woman who embodies all of those qualities in real life?

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4 Ways Students Can Make the Most of Broadway

Learn how to incorporate theatergoing into the schedule this school year.

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Wicked's 10th Anniversary Memories

Wicked cast members & creative team honor this milestone.

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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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A Galaxy of Stars Light Up Broadway's Love Letters

Two chairs. Two stacks of letters. Two stars. And almost 50 years’ worth of memories, hopes, setbacks, and triumphs.

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Newsies Take the Nation

With such success in the Big Apple, a national tour for Newsies was inevitable. And so, one starts on October 11 in Schenectady, New York, courtesy of Disney Theatrical Productions. 

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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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