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Phones On, Stars Out! Take a Look at the Off-Broadway Opening of Privacy, Starring Daniel Radcliffe

Phones On, Stars Out! Take a Look at the Off-Broadway Opening of Privacy, Starring Daniel Radcliffe
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Privacy, starring Daniel Radcliffe, opened at the Public Theater on July 18. Take a look at our gallery to see the stars who stepped out (and kept their cell phones on!).

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Michael Riedel's Razzle Dazzle: The Battle for Broadway to Land on Small Screen

Michael Riedel's Razzle Dazzle: The Battle for Broadway to Land on Small Screen

Truth is stranger than fiction: think a much more scandalous Smash! Theater journalist Michael Riedel’s surprisingly scintillating tome, Razzle Dazzle: The Battle for Broadway, is being developed by RadicalMedia for the small screen; Doug McGrath is adapting the work.

“I'm delighted that Doug McGrath is adapting Razzle Dazzle into a miniseries. I loved his play about Richard Nixon—Checkers—and ...

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Chicago Stars Bianca Marroquin and Jaime Camil Answer Your Questions About Jane the Virgin, Telenovelas and James Bond

Chicago Stars Bianca Marroquin and Jaime Camil Answer Your Questions About Jane the Virgin, Telenovelas and James Bond

Chicago stars Bianca Marroquin and Jaime Camil answer your questions about everything from go-to karaoke songs to fave roles to fan reactions.

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It's Official! Jake Gyllenhaal Will Heat Up Broadway in Lanford Wilson’s Burn This in Reopened Hudson Theatre

It's Official! Jake Gyllenhaal Will Heat Up Broadway in Lanford Wilson’s Burn This in Reopened Hudson Theatre

After teasing us with various limited engagements, the rumors were true and Jake Gyllenhaal will return to the Main Stem in the first-ever Broadway revival of Lanford Wilson’s Burn This. Directed by Tony winner Michael Mayer, the play will reopen Ambassador Theatre Group’s Hudson Theatre, with previews beginning in February 2017. Opening night is set for March 6.

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Stairway to Paradise! Dimitri Kleioris Steps Center Stage in An American in Paris on Broadway

Stairway to Paradise! Dimitri Kleioris Steps Center Stage in An American in Paris on Broadway

Well, we know that Dimitri Kleioris has got rhythm! Garen Scribner's alternate in the Broadway production of An American in Paris will officially step center stage as Jerry Mulligan on July 19; Scribner has departed the musical to headline the national tour later this year. The Main Stem incarnation is running at the Palace Theatre through January 1, 2017.

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Broadway Grosses: Something Rotten! Gets an Egg-celent Boost as Tony Winner Christian Borle Bows Out

Broadway Grosses: Something Rotten! Gets an Egg-celent Boost as Tony Winner Christian Borle Bows Out

It’s hard to be the Bard, but it’s even harder to say goodbye. Christian Borle took his final bow in Something Rotten! on July 16, concluding his Tony-winning stint as a leather-clad Shakespeare at the St. James Theatre. The musical comedy bid farewell to him with a box office boost reaching six figures; at $745,373, it reached its highest ...

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley

Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley

Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley drop by Broadway.com HQ to chat about their 54 Below concert, Unattached!.

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Aaron Tveit Plays Ball, Jonathan Groff & Sutton Foster Wig Out & Other Hot Shots That'll Make You Go 'Whoa!'

Aaron Tveit Plays Ball, Jonathan Groff & Sutton Foster Wig Out & Other Hot Shots That'll Make You Go 'Whoa!'
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Got the Monday blues? We have the perfect cure: Aaron Tveit in a baseball uniform, Will Chase starting performances as the Bard and a dash of Kerry Washington should do the trick. Check out our latest hot shots for all that good stuff and more!

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Release Date Set for Denzel Washington's Big Screen Adaptation of Tony-Winning Fences

Release Date Set for Denzel Washington's Big Screen Adaptation of Tony-Winning Fences

Fences has already won the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony, but could an Oscar be next? Denzel Washington’s big screen adaptation of the August Wilson play has been scheduled for a launch by Paramount on December 16, right in the middle of “awards season.” According to Deadline, the film will be released wide to movie theaters on Christmas Day ...

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Tickets Now on Sale for Off-Broadway Return of iLuminate

Tickets Now on Sale for Off-Broadway Return of iLuminate

iLuminate, named the best new act in America by America’s Got Talent, will return to New York City this summer. Tickets are now on sale for performances, which are scheduled to begin on July 18 at Theatre 80 St. Mark’s. The limited engagement is set to run through September 4.

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