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  • Broadway News Wrap Up – 12.26.18

    Broadway News

    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

    Broadway News

    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 – 12.03.18

    Broadway News

    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 Reviews – The Lifespan of a Fact

    Lifespan of a Fact Reviews

    The Lifespan of a Fact Reviews The Lifespan of a Fact reviews! Directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman, and starring Daniel Radcliffe, Bobby Cannavale, and Cherry Jones, the show officially opened on Broadway recently at Studio 54. Reviews were mostly positive, though some critics found the story only scratched the emotional surface and the ending too […]

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  • Broadway Reviews – The Ferryman

    The Ferryman Reviews

    The Ferryman – Reviews The Ferryman, the latest from acclaimed playwright Jez Butterworth, officially opened on Broadway recently at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre following a hit London production where it won the 2018 Olivier Awards for Best New Play and Best Director. Reviews were overwhelmingly positive, with only a few critics finding slight cracks […]

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  • Torch Song Opens on Broadway

    Torch Song Opens

    Torch Song – Opens November 1st A drag performer navigates both the liberation and assimilation of gay men in 1980s New York, as well as a back-and-forth plea for respect from his overbearing mother in a revival of Harvey Fierstein‘s powerful play. Torch Song was previously known as Torch Song Trilogy, a collection of three […]

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  • The Prom Begins Performances on Broadway

    The Prom

    The Prom – Begins October 23rd When Broadway’s brassiest stars get word that a student is unceremoniously sidelined from a small-town Indiana prom – and that the press is involved – they gear up to save the day in a new musical comedy. The Tony award-nominated team of composer Matthew Sklar and lyricist/bookwriter Chad Beguelin […]