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What's Hot on Broadway: Aladdin

Stars Adam Jacobs and Courtney Reed talk about taking on the beloved roles of Aladdin and Jasmine.

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Hedwig and the Hetrick-Martin Institute

A portion of every ticket sold directly supports at-risk LGBTQ young people.

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A Jimmy Awards Finalist Wins Big on the West End

So much for that famous quotation from the world of sports: “Winning isn’t everything — it’s the only thing." Eva Noblezada’s experience at the 2013 Jimmy Awards offers a good rebuttal.

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Young Audiences Connect With Of Mice and Men

"l'm really enjoying having a connection with a live audience,” said James Franco during a talk-back session after a recent matinee performance of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and MenHe was sitting on the stage of the Longacre Theatre, addressing the hundreds of teenagers who seemed to really be enjoying having a connection with him

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#TGIFTunes - Broadway's Longest Running Shows, Part I

Go down memory lane & celebrate our 100th issue!

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Camp Broadway Turns 20

More than 30,000 students have had the Broadway experience of a lifetime. 

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Making Britain's National Theatre Truly International

Once upon a time, the reach of a play or musical was contained by the four walls within which it was playing, and the seating capacity that was offered within them. 

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Backstage Mania at A Gentleman's Guide

You know that top button on your shirt, the one that can sometimes take 12 seconds to cinch? In the uproarious A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, now playing at the Walter Kerr Theatre, Jefferson Mays changes his entire outfit in that amount of time.

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Gregg Barnes's Cave of Costume Wonders

Aladdin, Disney Theatrical’s new hit Broadway musical, is the most colorful show in town, thanks in no small part to the costumes of Gregg Barnes. 

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Taking Kids Out of School To See a Broadway Show

September signals the beginning of the school year, which generally signals the end of the family travel season. But it doesn’t have to. 

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