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Orphans - Broadway
Alec Baldwin and Ben Foster star in Lyle Kessler's drama.
Alec Baldwin, Ben Foster and Tom Sturridge star in the Broadway premiere of Lyle Kessler's Orphans, which opened at the Schoenfeld Theatre on April 18. Find out why this gripping play has been affecting audiences around the world for 30 years.
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