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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 01.29.19

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: American Son to be Adapted for Netflix During an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Kerry Washington announced that the Broadway play American Son will be filmed for Netflix. Following the show’s final performance on January 27, Netflix will reassemble the cast […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 01.22.19

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Broadway Legend Carol Channing Dies at 97 Carol Channing, who won over audiences with her giddy, guileless charm in signature roles in Broadway’s Hello, Dolly! and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, died in her California home on Tuesday at the age of 97. Channing died of […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 01.15.19

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Hamilton Opens in Puerto Rico Lin-Manuel Miranda took the stage in Puerto Rico, starring as the lead role in Hamilton for the first time in over two years. The first performance of the musical‘s two-week run on the island premiered Friday January 11 and […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 01.08.19

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Final Week of 2018 Breaks Broadway Box Office Records Broadway shows playing the week ending December 30 grossed a total of $57,807,272, marking a new record as it surpasses last year’s final tally of $50.4 million. Hamilton made Broadway history yet again, bringing in […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 01.04.19

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    Broadway News Wrap Up: Hair Composer Galt MacDermot Dies at 89 Galt MacDermot, the Canadian-American composer of Hair and Two Gentlemen of Verona, died at the age of 89 on December 17, one day before his 90th birthday. Featuring a book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni, and score by MacDermot, Hair premiered on […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 12.26.18

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    Happy New Year from Entertainment-Link! Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Adam Pascal to Join Broadway’s Pretty Woman Tony Award nominee Adam Pascal (Rent, Something Rotten!) will join the Broadway production of Pretty Woman: The Musical in the role of Edward Lewis. Pascal will join the cast January 15–20, 2019, […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 12.18.18

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Sara Bareilles to return to Broadway’s Waitress Grammy and Tony-nominated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles will return to the role of Jenna for a limited engagement in her hit Broadway musical Waitress beginning January 7 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. She will appear in the role […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 12.11.18

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Hamilton Creators Receive Kennedy Center Honors The Kennedy Center Honors celebrated a quartet of Hamilton creators on December 2. The co-creators of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning megahit musical, writer and original star Lin-Manuel Miranda, director Thomas Kail, choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler, and music […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 12.03.18

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up from the past week: Hadestown to Open on Broadway in April Following a celebrated West End opening at London’s National Theatre, the new musical Hadestown by singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell has set a 2019 Broadway premiere at the Walter Kerr Theatre. The run will begin previews on March 22 […]

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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 11.30.18

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    Here’s a quick Broadway News Wrap Up: Moulin Rouge! Musical Announces Details for Broadway Run The new stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann‘s 2001 hit film Moulin Rouge! will begin Broadway previews at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre beginning June 28, with an opening night scheduled for July 25. Karen Olivo (In the Heights, West Side Story) […]