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Snakes, Ballet & Fireworks: How You Can’t Take It With You Made Sparks Fly on Stage & Screen for 80 Years

Snakes, Ballet & Fireworks: How You Can’t Take It With You Made Sparks Fly on Stage & Screen for 80 Years

The wacky Sycamore family is inviting you to dinner! You Can’t Take It With You has seen multiple incarnations, from stage, screen, smaller screen and back again, and now it’s back on Broadway in a new revival at the Longacre Theatre. George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's 1936 madcap comedy explores the mayhem that ensues when a ...

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Yiddish Rap? Drum Corps? Lin-Manuel Miranda? Watch Our Five Favorite Fiddler on the Roof Covers

Yiddish Rap? Drum Corps? Lin-Manuel Miranda? Watch Our Five Favorite Fiddler on the Roof Covers

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the celebrated musical Fiddler on the Roof, Broadway.com has been paying tribute to our favorite Jewish milkman and his family all week long. From our 50 favorite facts to Fran the Nanny as Fruma Sarah, we’re rolling out Fiddler on the Roof features to celebrate the anniversary, as well as the ...

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Tevye on TV! See Family Guy, Full House & More Send Up Fiddler on the Roof

Tevye on TV! See Family Guy, Full House & More Send Up Fiddler on the Roof

Mazel tov, Fiddler on the Roof is celebrating its 50th anniversary! In honor of the momentous occasion, it gives us naches to celebrate the Tony-winning musical all week long on Broadway.com. But we’re not the only ones who adore Tevye, Golde and their lovely daughters—Mrs. Doubtfire, Peter Griffin, Fran the Nanny and even Lego dudes love Fiddler ...

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L’Chaim! 50 Facts About Fiddler on the Roof on the Musical’s 50th Anniversary

L’Chaim! 50 Facts About Fiddler on the Roof on the Musical’s 50th Anniversary

Wonder of wonders, it’s the 50th anniversary of Fiddler on the Roof! It’s been five whole decades since the celebrated musical first premiered on Broadway on September 22, 1964. To celebrate, Broadway.com is doing a daily bottle dance will offer up a week of Fiddler features. With some help from the new book Tradition!: The Highly Improbable ...

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This Week’s Picks! Have a Disgraced Dinner Party, Salute the Stars & Get Naked with a B’way Survivor

This Week’s Picks! Have a Disgraced Dinner Party, Salute the Stars & Get Naked with a B’way Survivor

Hey, you—the one who's so bored you’re considering hanging out with the weird dude from accounts receivable. Don’t! Entertaining options abound in New York City and beyond this week, including a Broadway vet’s foray into reality TV, the Great White Way debut of a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, and a fan favorite’s return to Jersey ...

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Liza Minnelli Is Actually Batman, Aladdin Stars Love Free Stuff & More Lessons of the Week

Liza Minnelli Is Actually Batman, Aladdin Stars Love Free Stuff & More Lessons of the Week

After a week full of Broadway openings, sneak previews, casting news and star-studded reunions, we’re not gonna lie—the Broadway.com crew is pretty exhausted. But before our 48-hour nap, it’s time to visit the 10 weirdest things that happened this week. Read below to find out what we learned!


Liza Minnelli Is the New Batman
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Weekend Poll: Which Broadway Pair Would You Like to See Reunite in Love Letters?

Weekend Poll: Which Broadway Pair Would You Like to See Reunite in Love Letters?

A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters is bringing a romance through old-fashioned pen and paper back to Broadway (what, no Twitter?!), featuring a rotating cast of celebrity pen pals. First up is Mia Farrow and Brian Dennehy, with appearances by Carol Burnett, Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, Stacy Keach, Diana Rigg, Martin Sheen and Anjelica Huston on tap throughout the fall ...

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Story of A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, From the Library to the Great White Way

Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Story of A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, From the Library to the Great White Way

New York City is falling head over heels for A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, the story of a 50-year correspondence between Melissa Gardner and her childhood-friend-turned-love-interest, Andrew Makepeace Ladd III. Thanks to its simple staging, Gurney’s play, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, has been performed in theater spaces all over the world, from the New York Public Library to ...

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This Week's Picks! Go On the Town with Cute Sailors, Shop at the Flea Market & Spend an Evening with Chita & Rosie

This Week's Picks! Go On the Town with Cute Sailors, Shop at the Flea Market & Spend an Evening with Chita & Rosie

Yeah, we know you’re really busy with work, school and polishing off that box of crackers—but you must not neglect what’s really important! New York City has so many fun, theater-related events on tap, including the opening of Love Letters, the return of some super-hunky sailors and the annual BC/EFA Flea Market. It’s all part ...

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Jeremy Jordan Is a Make-Out Multitasker, Kelli O’Hara Needs More GIFs & More Lessons of the Week

Jeremy Jordan Is a Make-Out Multitasker, Kelli O’Hara Needs More GIFs & More Lessons of the Week

It’s time to rip off your work clothes (preferably like this) and change into sweatpants...because it’s finally Friday! Yay! To celebrate, Broadway.com is bringing you a recap of all the weird stuff that happened this week. From Sarah Jessica Parker’s house-sized closet to the food obsessions of our favorite Broadway stars, it’s all right ...

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