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Start a Revolution! Trace the Evolution of Wendy Wasserstein's Groundbreaking Play The Heidi Chronicles

Start a Revolution! Trace the Evolution of Wendy Wasserstein's Groundbreaking Play The Heidi Chronicles

When Wendy Wasserstein's The Heidi Chronicles opened on Broadway in 1989, it was nothing short of revolutionary. The play tracks 20 years in the life of art historian Heidi Holland, from 1960s high schooler, to budding feminist, to working professional making difficult decisions about men, politics and motherhood. Even now, when Heidi's choice to have a child on ...

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This Week’s Picks! Drink Champagne with Vanessa Hudgens, Walk Sierra Boggess Down the Aisle & More

This Week’s Picks! Drink Champagne with Vanessa Hudgens, Walk Sierra Boggess Down the Aisle & More

Hey, you, figuring out how make that perfect St. Patrick’s Day dinner—you know you’re facing an impossible task with only a dirty microwave and jar of olives at your disposal. So forget the grub and dig in to what the city has to offer. There are new musicals galore, Tony Yazbeck’s return to 54 Below and ...

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From Egypt to Oz & Beyond, If/Then Star Idina Menzel’s Dresser Joby Horrigan Is Always By Her Side

From Egypt to Oz & Beyond, If/Then Star Idina Menzel’s Dresser Joby Horrigan Is Always By Her Side

Few people get to see the day-to-day triumphs and challenges of a Broadway performer as much as a dresser. Joby Horrigan has been Idina Menzel’s friend, confidante and dresser since 2001. Back then, Menzel was best known for originating the role of Maureen in Rent; she was not yet known as Wicked’s Tony-winning Elphaba, Frozen’s Elsa, If ...

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Idina Menzel Is Basically Kevin Bacon, Ramin Karimloo Has a Secret Admirer & More Lessons of the Week

Idina Menzel Is Basically Kevin Bacon, Ramin Karimloo Has a Secret Admirer & More Lessons of the Week

Stop prancing around your apartment listening to “Pinot Noir”—it’s time for the Lessons of the Week, where we hash out the weirdest things we’ve learned. We now know which leading man will take off his clothes for a cookie, which new star spent her early days chilling with Blanche, Dorothy, Sophia and Rose, and which Broadway vet ...

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Culturalist Challenge! After Misery, Which Stephen King Book Should Become a Broadway Show?

Culturalist Challenge! After Misery, Which Stephen King Book Should Become a Broadway Show?

The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the fun 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 asked you to name ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! Broadway.com Readers Want to See Stephanie J. Block, Idina Menzel & More as Trina in Falsettos

The Fans Have Spoken! Broadway.com Readers Want to See Stephanie J. Block, Idina Menzel & More as Trina in Falsettos

Falsettos is coming! Falsettos is coming! The beloved William Finn and James Lapine musical is returning to Broadway in spring 2016, and in honor of the good news, we asked Broadway.com readers to decide who should play charmingly neurotic Jewish mom Trina in the new revival. You guys took to the awesome top-ten ranking site Culturalist.com to cast ...

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Track the History of On the Twentieth Century, From Little Engine That Could to Splashy Broadway Sensation

Track the History of On the Twentieth Century, From Little Engine That Could to Splashy Broadway Sensation

All aboard! Kristin Chenoweth and Peter Gallagher embark on a madcap musical adventure as they travel On the Twentieth Century, the fabled Chicago-to-New York passenger train that doubles as the retro setting for the latest Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Cy Coleman revival. How did the Tony-winning musical, which officially bows March 15 at the American Airlines Theatre, reach its ...

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New Kids on the Broadway Block! Meet 12 Young Stars From Finding Neverland, Fun Home & More

New Kids on the Broadway Block! Meet 12 Young Stars From Finding Neverland, Fun Home & More

Watch out, New York City—kids are taking over the Great White Way! These 12 stars ages 8 to 18 are appearing in some of the most highly anticipated musicals of the season with big Broadway names like Matthew Morrison, Kelli O’Hara and Michael Cerveris, just to name a few. Broadway.com took the dozen stars to Chelsea Piers ...

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This Week’s Picks! Have Coffee with Elisabeth Moss, Go Gershwin at An American in Paris & More

This Week’s Picks! Have Coffee with Elisabeth Moss, Go Gershwin at An American in Paris & More

Hey, you, hitting the gym for spring break—why bother? Things are getting good in New York. High-profile shows are opening left and right and the weather doesn’t resemble the inside of your freezer anymore. (Well, it kinda still does, but it's almost over!) This week features the debut of three new musicals, and a night of stars ...

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Bruce Willis Loves Spam Meatloaf, Jessie Mueller Wants to Borrow Five Bucks & More Lessons of the Week

Bruce Willis Loves Spam Meatloaf, Jessie Mueller Wants to Borrow Five Bucks & More Lessons of the Week

It’s Friday, and you know what that means—pause The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt for a sec, because it’s time for the Lessons of the Week! We’re recapping all of the weird stuff that happened on Broadway over the last seven days, from those clumsy Von Trapp kids to Tom Cruise’s obvious desire to become a Dynamo ...

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