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  • This Week on Broadway – “Tall Women” Arrive / 02.26.18

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    Here’s a quick glance of some notable happenings on Broadway’s Great White Way this week:   Beginning Preview Performances this Week: Three Tall Women – Begins February 27th A revival of Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that follows the interactions between three women who represent different versions of the same woman in her 90s, 50s, […]

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  • #TheatreThursday – Imperial Theatre

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    History of the Imperial Theatre Built specifically for musical theatre in 1923, the Gershwin tune “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” was first played here three years later. This theatre was home to Annie Get Your Gun, Carnival, Fiddler on the Roof, and Chess. The original production of Les Miserables played 6,680 performances at the Imperial […]

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  • This Week on Broadway – 07.31.17

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    Here’s a quick glance of some notable happenings on the Great White Way this week: Beginning Preview Performances: Prince of Broadway – Begins August 3rd A new musical revue that pays tribute to legendary producer Harold Prince’s 60-year career and examines the circumstances and fortune that led to him creating some of the most beloved […]

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  • This Week on Broadway – 04.24.17

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    Here’s a quick glance of some notable happenings on the Great White Way this week: Opening this Week: Anastasia – Opens April 24th From the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris, a new romantic musical about a brave young woman attempting to discover the mystery of her past. Buy tickets for […]

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  • This Week on Broadway – 01.09.17

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    Here’s a quick glance of some notable happenings on the Great White Way this week: Reviews: The new Broadway adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s first play, The Present, starring Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett, opened to critics Sunday night, and the reviews were mixed to positive.  Blanchett’s performance won unanimous raves, with Variety describing her as “a glorious […]

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  • From Hollywood to Broadway (and Vice Versa)

    Hollywood and Broadway

    From East to Left – and West to Right Even though New York and Los Angeles sit on opposite sides of the country, there has always been a strong connection between Broadway and Hollywood.  While Broadway shows have been transferred to the big screen since Hollywood’s Golden Age, a more recent trend has seen many Hollywood […]

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  • This Week On Broadway – 07.25.16

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    Here’s a quick glance of some notable happenings on the Great White Way this week: Broadway News and Notes A New TV Adaptation for Les Misérables Screenwriter Andrew Davies is writing a new screen adaptation of Les Misérables for the BBC. The show is slated to air in 2018 and will contain no songs. Davies […]