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This Week’s Picks! All Hail Queen Lesli, Go Home with Chita Rivera & Time Travel with Something Rotten!

This Week’s Picks! All Hail Queen Lesli, Go Home with Chita Rivera & Time Travel with Something Rotten!

Hey, you, lounging on a blanket in Central Park—you have five more months to drink wine and eat crackers outside. Besides, there’s way too much fun stuff to do on Broadway and beyond this week, including two high-profile Broadway opening nights and real-life royalty at 54 Below. Here are this week’s picks!


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Trace the History of Fun Home, From Graphic Memoir to Moving Broadway Musical

Trace the History of Fun Home, From Graphic Memoir to Moving Broadway Musical

The storyline of Fun Home doesn’t scream (or even whisper) “Broadway musical,” but that’s exactly what makes the show is such a thrilling surprise. This coming-of-age tale centers on a young lesbian whose closeted father pursues inappropriate relationships with boys in his high school English class. He also owns the local funeral home, where his kids do odd jobs ...

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Neil Patrick Harris Crushed Our Tony Dreams, Miss Piggy Is a Broadway Sex Goddess & More Lessons of the Week

Neil Patrick Harris Crushed Our Tony Dreams, Miss Piggy Is a Broadway Sex Goddess & More Lessons of the Week

It’s Friday, and there’s nothing like hitting the town curling up on the couch and catching up on the craziest Broadway news of the week! We learned a lot of weird stuff about Sutton Foster, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss and more of our favorite stars over the last few days. But don’t take our word for it—check ‘em out below ...

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Who Should Play Frank-N-Furter in Fox’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show?

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Who Should Play Frank-N-Furter in Fox’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show?

The Broadway.com staff is shivering with antici...pation about Culturalist, the site that lets you choose and rank your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank—we’ll announce the most popular choices on the new episode of The Broadway.com Show every Wednesday.

Last week, we were so fired up about the ...

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Clown Around with Something Rotten! Comedy Kings Brooks Ashmanskas, Peter Bartlett, Gerry Vichi & Brad Oscar

Clown Around with Something Rotten! Comedy Kings Brooks Ashmanskas, Peter Bartlett, Gerry Vichi & Brad Oscar

The new musical Something Rotten! is packed with hilarious stars, including four veteran funnymen that have a staggering 38 Broadway credits between them: Brooks Ashmanskas, Peter Bartlett, Gerry Vichi and Brad Oscar. These comedy all-stars have been creating show-stopping, knee-slapping performances for decades, and they’re making ‘em roll in the aisles once again in Something Rotten, a new musical about ...

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Fans Name the Top 10 Game of Thrones Stars They Want to See on Broadway

Fans Name the Top 10 Game of Thrones Stars They Want to See on Broadway

At long last, Game of Thrones is back on HBO for season five! The cast is jam-packed with fantastic talent, from Broadway vets Aidan Gillen and Emilia Clarke to off-Broadway favorite Peter Dinklage, to breakout stars Kit Harington and Natalie Dormer. We asked fans to rank the top 10 Game of Thrones stars they’d like to see on the Great ...

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The King and I Stage Sweethearts Conrad Ricamora & Ashley Park Bond Over Pranks, Presidents & Puppies

The King and I Stage Sweethearts Conrad Ricamora & Ashley Park Bond Over Pranks, Presidents & Puppies

Getting to know a brand new cast of 51 can be daunting, but The King and I stars Conrad Ricamora and Ashley Park have become fast friends. When they’re not falling in love on stage in the new Lincoln Center Theater revival, they’re backstage cracking each other up and getting psyched for opening night at the Vivian Beaumont Theater on ...

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Sutton Foster Takes Charge & Breaks Beds in Younger: Episode 4 (Plus More Miriam Shor Statement Jewelry!)

Sutton Foster Takes Charge & Breaks Beds in Younger: Episode 4 (Plus More Miriam Shor Statement Jewelry!)

You thought last week’s Younger was steamy? Guess again. When we left off, Liza let her Frida come out to play, Kelsey pursued a Swedish author, Maggie gave some stellar pep talks and Diana rocked her golden donuts. In tonight’s episode, Liza proved that while she may just be an assistant at the office, she’s actually the one in charge—at work ...

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Hand to God Playwright Robert Askins on Being a Title Fetishist, Losing the Texas Tragedy & What Opens Doors

Hand to God Playwright Robert Askins on Being a Title Fetishist, Losing the Texas Tragedy & What Opens Doors

Texas-born Robert Askins is making his Broadway debut with Obie-winning raunchy puppet comedy Hand to God, which previously played off-Broadway’s MCC Theater and had three sold-out runs at Ensemble Studio Theater. His other works include the one-act Matthew and the Pastor's Wife, which was a part of Marathon 2010 at EST, and The Love Song of the Albanian Sous Chef ...

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History Lesson! How The King and I Danced From Siam to the Big Screen, Broadway & Throughout the World

History Lesson! How The King and I Danced From Siam to the Big Screen, Broadway & Throughout the World

The classic musicals of Rodgers & Hammerstein feature feisty heroines and star-crossed couples, most of whom live happily ever after (see: Oklahoma, South Pacific, Cinderella, The Sound of Music). Their 1951 smash hit, The King and I, appears to follow the pattern, but with a bittersweet twist: The title pair never express any romantic feelings, with the exception of one ...

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