A Bright Star Blazes to Broadway

Tony Award-winning director Walter Bobbie describes his journey with Bright Star.

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Director Ivo van Hove Talks About Arthur Miller

"Broadway is like a mythical place," says the Amsterdam-based Belgian director.

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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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7 Ways to Enhance Your NYC Trip

Take a juicy bite of the Big Apple with our fun and affordable travel suggestions.

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ShowsOn Broadway

Arthur Miller At 100: Attention Is Being Paid

On the centennial of Arthur Miller’s birth, and a decade after his death, there is a surge of revivals this season by the playwright of Death of a Salesman, in New York and throughout the country.

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Meet the Magnetic Schuyler Sisters, the Heart of Hamilton

Miranda and director Thomas Kail tapped a trio of magnetic actresses to serve as the heart of Hamilton: Renée Elise Goldsberry as Angelica, Phillipa Soo as Eliza, and Jasmine Cephas Jones as Peggy.

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Lea Salonga returns to Broadway

“We just finished a run-through of the first act, and it’s the most exciting first-act curtain I’ve ever seen,” says Lea Salonga.

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The Lion King at 18

The show just became the third-longest-running show in Broadway history.

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