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The Band's Visit, Starring John Cariani & Tony Shalhoub, Extends Off-Broadway

The Band's Visit, Starring John Cariani & Tony Shalhoub, Extends Off-Broadway

You'll be able to see Tony nominees John Cariani and Tony Shalhoub in the world premiere of new musical The Band’s Visit just that little bit longer. Following an Egyptian Police Band's unexpected experiences in Israel, the off-Broadway production, which is currently in preview, will now run through January 1 (instead of December 18). Opening night is scheduled for December ...

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Trending! See the Glitzy Guests Who Waved Back at Dear Evan Hansen on Opening Night

Trending! See the Glitzy Guests Who Waved Back at Dear Evan Hansen on Opening Night
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You will be found! Dear Evan Hansen opened at the Music Box Theatre on December 4. Check out the glamorous guests who attended the Broadway opening.

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Carson Elrod & More Set for David Ives' The Liar Off-Broadway

Carson Elrod & More Set for David Ives' The Liar Off-Broadway

The cast is now set for Classic Stage Company’s production of David Ives’ The Liar. The comedy, adapted from Pierre Corneille’s Le Menteur, will begin performances off-Broadway on January 11, 2017 and is scheduled to run through February 26. Michael Kahn will direct an ensemble of performers that includes Broadway alum Carson Elrod.

In addition to Elrod (Peter and the ...

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Josh Groban Sets Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 Departure Date

Josh Groban Sets Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 Departure Date

Good news, Broadway, Josh Groban is in it for the long haul! After receiving much acclaim for his Main Stem debut in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, the Grammy nominee has announced that he will remain with the production through July 2, 2017. Also starring Denée Benton, Dave Malloy's Rachel Chavkin-helmed musical snapshot into Tolstoy’s Russian masterpiece ...

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Alice Drummond, Tony-Nominated Stage & Screen Actress, Dies at 88

Alice Drummond, Tony-Nominated Stage & Screen Actress, Dies at 88

Alice Drummond, a stage and screen character actress who received a Tony nomination in 1970, has died at the age of 88. Her death, caused by complications from a fall earlier this year, was confirmed to The New York Times by her friend June Gable.

Drummond made her Broadway debut in the 1959 revival of Lysistrata. She went on to ...

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Pre-Broadway Dates Set for Frozen in Denver

Pre-Broadway Dates Set for Frozen in Denver

Ready to let it go, Denver? We now have the dates for the Colorado world premiere of the Broadway-bound Frozen. Disney Theatricals' out-of-town tryout will take place from August 17, 2017 through October 1 at the Buell Theatre. Directed by Michael Grandage and designed by Christopher Oram, the new musical based on Disney’s Oscar-winning musical is scheduled to bow on ...

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Hello, Dolly! Star Bette Midler on the Revival's Eager Fans: 'I Hope I Do Them Proud'

Hello, Dolly! Star Bette Midler on the Revival's Eager Fans: 'I Hope I Do Them Proud'

Put on your Sunday clothes (and coats)! According to Bette Midler, Hello, Dolly! rehearsals start in January 2017, which means eager fans are that much closer to seeing the stage and screen superstar hop into the iconic musical theater role. The Divine Miss M stopped by Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist to discuss spring's hot Broadway ticket and the fans ...

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Far More Than One Short Day! Wicked Becomes the Ninth Longest-Running Show on Broadway

Far More Than One Short Day! Wicked Becomes the Ninth Longest-Running Show on Broadway

Oh what a celebration we'll have today! Broadway's soaring hit Wicked is officially the ninth longest-running show on the Great White Green Way. This marks 5,462 performances at the Gershwin Theatre on December 4. Beauty and the Beast was the previous holder of the ninth spot.

To properly rejoicify about this gravity-defying occasion, we've included nine of our favorite ...

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Words Fail, So Here’s a Sketch! Happy Opening to Dear Evan Hansen. Sincerely, Us

Words Fail, So Here’s a Sketch! Happy Opening to Dear Evan Hansen. Sincerely, Us

Tap, tap, tap on this! The Ben Platt-led Dear Evan Hansen, featuring a score by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul and a book by Steven Levenson, opens officially at Broadway’s Music Box Theatre on December 4. To celebrate, Broadway.com resident artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson penned the above portrait.

The whole cast is there. In addition to Platt as the ...

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Red Carpet Challenge! The Stars of A Bronx Tale Play 'Where'd You Come From?'

Red Carpet Challenge! The Stars of A Bronx Tale Play 'Where'd You Come From?'

Yo! Matt Rodin asks the stars (and guests) of A Bronx Tale to guess which NYC borough celebs are from. Test your New York cred along with them!

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