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Broadway Swings to the Pulsing Rhythms of Bandstand Broadway Swings to the Pulsing Rhythms of Bandstand

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The Audacity of Lucas Hnath The Audacity of Lucas Hnath

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Director Lonny Price Readies Norma Desmond for Her Close-Up Director Lonny Price Readies Norma Desmond for Her Close-Up

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From Seoul to Sydney: How Kinky Boots Became a Worldwide Hit From Seoul to Sydney: How Kinky Boots Became a Worldwide Hit

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Michael Greif on Directing the Thrilling New Broadway Musical Dear Evan Hansen Michael Greif on Directing the Thrilling New Broadway Musical Dear Evan Hansen

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Director Alex Timbers on Bringing Underground Comedy to Broadway Director Alex Timbers on Bringing Underground Comedy to Broadway

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Chekhov, Cate, and The Clash: John Crowley Directs The Present Chekhov, Cate, and The Clash: John Crowley Directs The Present

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'S Wonderful! An American in Paris Enters Its Second Smash Year 'S Wonderful! An American in Paris Enters Its Second Smash Year

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Avenue Q & Pitch Perfect Director Orders Up Laughs in Fully Committed Avenue Q & Pitch Perfect Director Orders Up Laughs in Fully Committed

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Director Ivo van Hove Talks About Arthur Miller Director Ivo van Hove Talks About Arthur Miller

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

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Cooking Up The Musical Waitress Cooking Up The Musical Waitress

Tony-winning director Diane Paulus on the journey from the cinema to the stage.

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Actors as Directors Actors as Directors

Several well-known actors are directing plays in New York this season, including Cynthia Nixon and Michael Arden.

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L'Chaim! to an American Musical Theater Classic L'Chaim! to an American Musical Theater Classic

Fiddler on the Roof returns to Broadway.

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MacKinnon Meets Mamet Meets Pacino MacKinnon Meets Mamet Meets Pacino

The superstar Broadway trio brings China Doll to Broadway beginning October 21.

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Sweep Your Glooms Away With a Song Sweep Your Glooms Away With a Song

Dames at Sea berths at the Helen Hayes Theatre on September 24. 

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The Heidi Chronicles: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow The Heidi Chronicles: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Our chat with director Pam MacKinnon.

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With a Triple Crown, Director Casey Nicholaw is Holding Court on Broadway With a Triple Crown, Director Casey Nicholaw is Holding Court on Broadway

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Director Diane Paulus on Creating Neverland Director Diane Paulus on Creating Neverland

“This story has both theatrical imagination and emotional depth.” 

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Here Comes It Shoulda Been You, Directed by David Hyde Pierce Here Comes It Shoulda Been You, Directed by David Hyde Pierce

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Larry David's Double Debut in the Red-Hot Broadway Comedy Fish in the Dark Larry David's Double Debut in the Red-Hot Broadway Comedy Fish in the Dark

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Love Trumps Art Love Trumps Art

A re-imagined An American in Paris takes flight.

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On the Town Soon to Be On the Town On the Town Soon to Be On the Town

Previews start on September 20 prior to an October 16 opening at the Lyric Theatre.

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A Galaxy of Stars Light Up Broadway's Love Letters A Galaxy of Stars Light Up Broadway's Love Letters

Two chairs. Two stacks of letters. Two stars. 

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A New Hedwig Lights Up Broadway A New Hedwig Lights Up Broadway

Stage and screen star Andrew Rannells on Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

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Immersed in Theater Immersed in Theater

Some Broadway shows are erasing the line between actors and audience.

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Roundabout Nurtures Artists and Audiences Roundabout Nurtures Artists and Audiences

Quality and variety: That’s Roundabout Theatre Company’s goal for each season.

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Lanie, Lonny and Lady Day Lanie, Lonny and Lady Day

“What we have here,” says Lanie Robertson, “is one American musical genius portraying another American musical genius.”

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An Affair to Remember An Affair to Remember

The Bridges of Madison County brings grand passion to Broadway.

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Of Mice and Men: An American Classic Returns Of Mice and Men: An American Classic Returns

James Franco makes his long-awaited Broadway debut.

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Director Michael Mayer Returns to Hedwig Director Michael Mayer Returns to Hedwig

“I didn’t know exactly what it was, but it was really compelling.”

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Song and Dance Director Takes on a Disney Classic Song and Dance Director Takes on a Disney Classic

Disney's famous street rat turned prince will finally make his Broadway debut.

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A New Achievement in Susan Stroman's Career A New Achievement in Susan Stroman's Career

She was hooked on directing Big Fish because she knew a real-life Edward Bloom.

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After Midnight Evokes the Swing Era After Midnight Evokes the Swing Era

Stars from today’s world of pop, rock and hip-hop reinvent Jazz Age glamour.

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From The Heart: Rocky From Screen to Stage From The Heart: Rocky From Screen to Stage

Rocky on stage? Like many, director Alex Timbers was initially skeptical.

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On Tour: Peter and the Starcatcher On Tour: Peter and the Starcatcher

The recently-launched tour takes audiences on a flight of imagination.

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Director David Leveaux Brings Fire to Romeo and Juliet Director David Leveaux Brings Fire to Romeo and Juliet

His prime consideration is ensuring that the classic feels contemporary.

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Creating the World of Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella Creating the World of Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella

“We wanted the forest to remain on stage from beginning to end.”

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Broadway Meets Big Top In Diane Paulus' Magical New Pippin Broadway Meets Big Top In Diane Paulus' Magical New Pippin

Audiences experience an “extraordinary” blend of magic old and new.

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Kinky Boots: A New Musical Is Born Kinky Boots: A New Musical Is Born

The show boasts an impeccable Broadway pedigree.

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The Lion King Celebrates 15 Groundbreaking Years on Broadway The Lion King Celebrates 15 Groundbreaking Years on Broadway

Back in 1997, something big was brewing on Broadway.

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