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One of Broadway’s most esteemed institutions isn’t even technically on the Great White Way. The Off-Broadway production Forbidden Broadway has been spoofing the best and the worst of New York City theater for 30 years in [...]
For theater fans, there’s arguably no playwright more celebrated than Pulitzer Prize-winning David Mamet — and no actress more revered than Broadway veteran Patti LuPone. So when the two meet in The Anarchist, Mamet’s new two-character [...]
For musical theater fans, there’s no better way to keep the magic of a beloved show alive than by listening again to your favorite number — at home, in the car, while you’re jogging (hey, we [...]
If you’ve ever thought, “I wish there was some way to preview all of the shows on Broadway,” then you’re in luck this summer. Weekly noon-hour performances by the casts of Broadway’s best shows will give [...]
For members of the LGBT community, Pride Week is like Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and July 4th rolled up into seven days of unforgettable parties, parades, entertainment and excitement that attracts thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual [...]
When the 2012 Tony Award nominations were announced in New York this week, it was no surprise that the new musical Once came out on top. Though Once is a much humbler production than nomination-leaders of [...]