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Big News for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the Christmas Spectacular
(November 16, 2017) - It was announced this week that the family-friendly musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory starring two-time Tony winner Christian Borle will play its final Broadway performance on January 14th. Having opened on April 23rd, the show will have played 27 reviews and 305 regular performances. (read the story...)


Broadway Under the Stars at Columbus Circle
(November 15, 2017) - Visitors to The Shops at Columbus Circle will get an added Broadway treat during holiday shopping this winter thanks to the new five-part concert series Broadway Under the Stars. (read the story...)


Back Where She Belongs: Hello, Bernadette!
(November 09, 2017) - Iconic, captivating, and Broadway’s ultimate 24-carat gem, two-time Tony-winner Bernadette Peters is heading "back where she belongs": stopping traffic from one end of the Great White Way to the other in the megahit revival of Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart’s Hello, Dolly! (read the story...)


Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes®
(November 01, 2017) - The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes® is back for 2017! One of New York City’s perennial favorites has returned, with high-kicking Rockettes and all the spirit of the holiday season. (read the story...)


November Stages New York: It’s Show Time!
(November 01, 2017) - From edgy to quirky to who-knows-what, the new theatre season is riding New York’s Broadway and Off-Broadway fast track in full pedal-to-metal velocity, fueled equally by celebrity muscle and the infusion of talented up-and-comers. (read the story...)


Derek Klena and Anastasia—Broadway’s Mysterious 'Journey to the Past'
(October 27, 2017) - In the early scenes of the musical Anastasia, the setting morphs from the extravagant Imperial Palace ballroom in St. Petersburg, Russia, 1917, to a drab street scene in what has become Leningrad, 1927, filled with desperate and struggling locals. Yet even with political banners touting the success of the Russian Revolution looming in the background, a rumor is rapidly spreading: the Grand Duchess Anastasia survived the Bolsheviks’ killings of her family—Czar Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra, and her four siblings—nine years earlier. (read the story...)


Review: Shakespeare in Love at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
(October 20, 2017) - The words of William Shakespeare have graced millions of theatres throughout history, but this fall, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is putting the Bard himself on stage. Based on the 1998 film by the same name, Shakespeare in Love is a high-spirited adaptation that puts an entertaining spin on the playwright’s life and one of his most iconic works. (read the story...)


October Stages: Celebrity Pull on Broadway
(October 16, 2017) - Don’t even bother checking your rearview mirror: New York’s new theatre season is in the moment, shattering the fall status quo with superstars Bruce Springsteen (in his Broadway debut, Springsteen on Broadway) and John Leguizamo (re-emerging after a five-year hiatus from Broadway) in his latest solo comedy, Latin History for Morons. (read the story...)


Broadway Latest: Meteor Shower Cast Change and War Paint Closing
(October 13, 2017) - Preemptive Broadway closings always strike a melancholy chord, especially when they impact two of the world’s most luminous musical theatre stars: Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole. (read the story...)


Jackie Burns, Defying Gravity in Wicked on Broadway
(October 13, 2017) - Jackie Burns and her family attended a preview of Wicked in 2003 at the Gershwin Theatre, starring Idina Menzel, defying gravity as Elphaba, the green-skinned Ozian who becomes the Wicked Witch of the West. Witnessing Menzel embody this fierce female character—who could really belt a ballad—moved Burns to make a vow. “I turned to my mom and I said, ‘I have to play Elphaba,’ ” she said. ‘She’s my dream role.’ It was mind blowing.” (read the story...)


To the Moon, Alice! The Honeymooners at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse
(October 13, 2017) - A classic TV hit is making its way off the silver screen and onto the stage this fall with The Honeymooners at Paper Mill Playhouse, a brand-new musical making its world premiere with a bevy of Broadway talent. (read the story...)


To the Moon, Alice! The Honeymooners at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse
(October 13, 2017) - A classic TV hit is making its way off the silver screen and onto the stage this fall with The Honeymooners at Paper Mill Playhouse, a brand-new musical making its world premiere with a bevy of Broadway talent. (read the story...)


Broadway Latest: Jason Mraz, Once on This Island, and Mean Girls the Musical!
(October 10, 2017) - Making a 10-week detour from concerts and recording sessions, two-time Grammy Award winner Jason Mraz is making his Broadway debut in the hit musical Waitress. Also upcoming: Mean Girls the musical and Once on This Island, which begins previews in New York in November. (read the story...)


Bright Colors and Bold Patterns Returns to NYC!
(October 06, 2017) - Last December, the one-man show Bright Colors and Bold Patterns took the theatre world by storm in its New York debut at the Barrow Street Theatre. Now, the acclaimed production will return to the New York stage once again for a limited run at the Soho Playhouse. (read the story...)


Shakespeare in Love: A New Exclusive Coming to the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
(October 05, 2017) - Shakespeare fans should "get thee hence" and head to New Jersey this fall, as the acclaimed Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in Madison becomes the first theater in the Northeast to stage Shakespeare in Love. (read the story...)


Halloween Theatre NYC: Shows That Go Bump in the Night
(October 04, 2017) - New York’s reputation for Halloween antics—from the goes-without-saying fabulousness of the Village Halloween parade to masked balls to haunted whatnots—is in full theatrical throttle. And it looks like Frankenstein is upstaging Dracula on all fronts this year. (read the story...)


How to Score Tickets for Springsteen on Broadway
(September 29, 2017) - Even when the disappointment of sold-out Springsteen on Broadway looms heavy and hard, there is a flicker of hope when it comes to scoring tickets to see The Boss on Broadway. Sure, it’s not the most surefire flicker, but, to paraphrase Dirty Harry: Do you feel lucky, fans? (Or Bruce Tramps, if you prefer.) (read the story...)


Discount Theatre in NYC: Off-Broadway Week 2017
(September 20, 2017) - Though Broadway typically gets the spotlight, New York City’s theatre scene goes far beyond the Great White Way. Explore some of the city’s smaller stages this February and March by taking advantage of Off-Broadway Week. Sponsored by NYC & Company, Off-Broadway Week gives theatergoers the chance to purchase 2-for-1 tickets to select Off-Broadway shows. The promotion will run from September 25 – October 8. (read the story...)


Manhattan Stages Become Celebrity Central
(September 08, 2017) - Millennials, Gen-Xers, Boomers—whatever generational mindset you embrace, rest assured you can indulge your inner fan during this star-spangled new season. Not only is Broadway seeing seismic numbers of A-listers from TV and film, but Off-Broadway’s growing roster of big names is probably breaking some kind of theatrical record as well. (read the story...)


Breaking News on the Broadway Front
(September 06, 2017) - Who knew the balance of post-Labor Day week would come bearing Broadway buzz of the “yikes!” persuasion? Some of us are still reeling or—as the Brits would say—we’re a bit gob-smacked. Cutting to the chase, it was just announced that Lucas Hnath’s A Doll’s House, Part 2 (originally slated to end its run on January 7th) has posted a closing date of Sunday, September 24th. (read the story...)


Puffs, Or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic
(September 05, 2017) - The hit off-Broadway show Puffs, Or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic, already enjoyed by over 20,000 people, just got a little bit more off-Broadway-er. Puffs transfers to a new production at New World Stages starting July 8th! (read the story...)


Save on NYC's Best Theater During 2 for 1 Broadway Week!
(August 28, 2017) - Broadway is home to some of the highest quality productions in the world — and, unfortunately, also some of the highest ticket prices. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to save money on tickets to the Great White Way. Theatergoers heading to Broadway this September, for instance, can take advantage of Broadway Week, which will offer 2-for-1 tickets to top Broadway shows. (read the story...)


Broadway Buzz for Kids: Frozen, Charlie, and Wicked News
(August 14, 2017) - It has been floating around the “arriving on Broadway in 2018” stratosphere for awhile now, but happily, Frozen -- Disney’s highly anticipated stage musical based on the 2013 jumbo animated hit film of the same name -- has a theatre, an official preview date and, most importantly, “first dibs at tickets” info. (read the story...)


Star Gazing on Broadway This Fall
(August 11, 2017) - Sure, summer’s winding down and the new theatre season’s a month or two away from full-throttle, but trust me: star power and new faces are making 2017’s transition from August to September a white-hot time of year. Classics like The Phantom of the Opera and newcomers like Prince of Broadway are only part of New York’s expansive theatrical picture. I invite you to indulge in some serious celeb sighting! (read the story...)


Guess Who's Coming to Broadway...(Spoiler Alert: The Boss)
(August 09, 2017) - Oh, the bizarre cross pollination of Broadway of the 2017-2018 season: from SpongeBob SquarePants and his under-the-sea cohorts to two-time Oscar winner Glenda Jackson’s return to Broadway after a 30 year hiatus in Three Tall Women (alongside 2017 Tony winner Laurie Metcalf); to the spanking new Jimmy Buffett jukebox musical Escape to Margaritaville to Downton Abbey’s Cora Crowley (Oscar nominee Elizabeth McGovern) in J.B. Priestly’s vintage Time and the Conways. (read the story...)



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