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Jonathan Groff Has No Soap Recall, Cynthia Erivo Is the Popeye of Broadway & More Lessons of the Week

Jonathan Groff Has No Soap Recall, Cynthia Erivo Is the Popeye of Broadway & More Lessons of the Week

Happy Friday, and happy Canada Day! We know you're extremely busy dream casting Justin Trudeau in musicals (just us?), but let's take a moment to revisit the wackiest and wildest moments from this week on the Great White Way. A lot went down, from a naked Boq to a klepto Hodel. It's all below, so be sure to study up ...

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Longtime Lion King Star Chantel Riley on How the Show Changed Her and Saying Goodbye to Pride Rock

Longtime Lion King Star Chantel Riley on How the Show Changed Her and Saying Goodbye to Pride Rock

In the corporate world, employees leaving a job are often asked to sit through an exit interview with HR about their time at the company. That concept doesn’t exist for Broadway performers, but we love checking in with stars as they finish up a successful run. Longtime The Lion King star Chantel Riley is leaving the smash hit musical after ...

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Hamilton Song Will You Put on Blast at Your Fourth of July Party?

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Hamilton Song Will You Put on Blast at Your Fourth of July Party?

The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.

Raise a glass to freedom! Fourth of July weekend is upon us, and because of the Tony-winning Broadway phenomenon Hamilton, red, white and blue bathing suits, beach ...

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Broadway.com Road Trip! Hop In & Check Out These Seven Summer Shows Happening Outside the City

Broadway.com Road Trip! Hop In & Check Out These Seven Summer Shows Happening Outside the City

Sure, there’s nothing like summer in the city, but sometimes we just need a break from off-brand Times Square Elmos, hot dog water and pedicabs. So hop in the Broadway.com-mobile with us and check out these intriguing theatrical events happening outside the concrete jungle. We’re making stops in the Berkshires, Sag Harbor, the Cape and more for all sorts ...

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They Act, They Belt, They Do Their Homework: These Four High Schoolers Earned Top Marks at the Jimmy Awards

They Act, They Belt, They Do Their Homework: These Four High Schoolers Earned Top Marks at the Jimmy Awards

Weeks after Broadway’s best shined at the Tonys, the stars of tomorrow took center stage at the Jimmy Awards. The eighth annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards took place on June 27 at the Minskoff Theatre, where 62 young performers from across the country showcased the roles the brought them top honors in their respective regions. Watch the two ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 LGBT-Centric Broadway Shows

The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 LGBT-Centric Broadway Shows

Happy Monday, lovers of love! We hope your Pride Weekend was full of sunshine, laughter, glitter, rainbow ensembles, singing and dancing. We asked you to rank your fave LGBT pride-centric Broadway productions to celebrate the community that holds a special place in our hearts. Take a peek at the Great White Way show that make you want to raise up that rainbow ...

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They Got Rhythm! Meet the 'S Wonderful Dancers of Broadway's An American in Paris

They Got Rhythm! Meet the 'S Wonderful Dancers of Broadway's An American in Paris

In 1951, Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron danced and dazzled across the silver screen as their characters Jerry Mulligan and Lise Bouvier fell in love in the City of Light. Almost 65 years later, An American in Paris filled Broadway's Palace Theatre stage with swirls of vibrant color, sweeping audiences and critics off their feet and nabbing director/choreographer Christopher ...

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Sutton Foster Is a Badass, Lin-Manuel Miranda Stole Andrew Lloyd Webber's Moves & More Lessons of the Week

Sutton Foster Is a Badass, Lin-Manuel Miranda Stole Andrew Lloyd Webber's Moves & More Lessons of the Week

It’s Friday, and you know what that means: It’s time to work on your Quincy Jones impression! (It's the best way to impress Barbra Streisand.) In the meantime, here are the Lessons of the Week. Find out how Sutton Foster lets everyone know she’s a badass, discover the new must-have instrument for Tony-winning composers and more below.


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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Rank Your Top 10 LGBT-Centric Broadway Shows

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Rank Your Top 10 LGBT-Centric Broadway Shows

The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.

New York City's Pride Parade weekend will be especially meaningful following the massacre that happened at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on June 12. This ...

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Five Things We Learned from Hamilton Mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Periscope Debut

Five Things We Learned from Hamilton Mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Periscope Debut

Let’s get this guy in front of a (digital) crowd! Hamilton creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda broadcast his first Periscope on June 21. The livestream(s) garnered 1.1 million hearts, and over 100K views on the two videos. Miranda addressed many burning fan questions on what he called the “Heart Tweet Machine,” from his favorite Disney movie (“The ...

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