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Posterity Playwright Doug Wright on Procrastination, Martinis & an Inspiring Trip to Oslo

Posterity Playwright Doug Wright on Procrastination, Martinis & an Inspiring Trip to Oslo

Doug Wright is a highly decorated playwright and librettist: He won a Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize for I Am My Own Wife and an Obie Award for Quills (for which he also wrote the Golden Globe-nominated screenplay). His book for the musical Grey Gardens received Tony and Drama Desk nominations. His other numerous credits include the book for the musical ...

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London Datebook: A Basement Ode to Barbra, Imelda Staunton Returns as Mama Rose & More March Picks

London Datebook: A Basement Ode to Barbra, Imelda Staunton Returns as Mama Rose & More March Picks

The play for once really is the thing in a London month that puts musicals on the back burner for a change—well, that is until Gypsy begins previews—and lets the plays take center stage instead. The talent involved includes Americans and Brits, Tony winners and nominees, and well-known TV names. For more on an ever-eclectic London line-up, read on.

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Farewell, Carole! Tony Winner Jessie Mueller Looks Back on Her Wonderful Run in Broadway's Beautiful

Farewell, Carole! Tony Winner Jessie Mueller Looks Back on Her Wonderful Run in Broadway's Beautiful

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. Although that concept doesn’t exist for Broadway performers, we love checking in with stars as they finish up a successful run. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical headliner Jessie Mueller will say farewell to her Broadway ...

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Let's Start at the Very Beginning! 50 Fun Facts About The Sound of Music on the Film's 50th Anniversary

Let's Start at the Very Beginning! 50 Fun Facts About The Sound of Music on the Film's 50th Anniversary

Can you believe that the hills have been alive with The Sound of Music for 50 years? It's been five decades since the beloved film version of the musical, starring Julie Andrews as an Austrian novice nun-turned-nanny was released in America on March 2, 1965. To celebrate, we've rounded up 50 fun Sound of Music facts about the last musical ...

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This Week’s Picks! Go Uptown with Harry Connick Jr., Meet the New Les Miz Revolutionaries & More

This Week’s Picks! Go Uptown with Harry Connick Jr., Meet the New Les Miz Revolutionaries & More

Hey, you, staring longingly at your tropical island screen saver! There is no need to be depressed, not with all the great stuff this frigid (but still enchanting) city has to offer. So bundle up, stuff your pockets with tissues, and hit the town. We have a concert with Harry Connick Jr., new additions to Les Miz and Beautiful, and ...

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Ramin Karimloo and Will Swenson Will Never Leave You, Broadway’s Got Balls & More Lessons of the Week

Ramin Karimloo and Will Swenson Will Never Leave You, Broadway’s Got Balls & More Lessons of the Week

Stop staring at that stupid gold and white blue and black dress—it’s Friday and you have better things to do! Kick off your snowboots and grab a martini, because it’s time for the Lessons of the Week. As always, a bunch of really weird stuff happened on Broadway over the last seven days. Ready to find out what we ...

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Andy Mientus Reflects on His Run in Les Miserables, From Damaging His Hair to Finding a Bestie

Andy Mientus Reflects on His Run in Les Miserables, From Damaging His Hair to Finding a Bestie

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. Although that concept doesn’t exist for Broadway performers, we love checking in with stars as they finish up a successful run. Les Miserables star and Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Andy Mientus will say ...

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Role Should Lady Gaga Play on the Great White Way?

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Role Should Lady Gaga Play on the Great White Way?

Broadway.com is crazy about 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 rank your favorite gender-bending Broadway roles ...

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Broadway.com Readers Rank the Best Gender-Bending Broadway Roles of All Time

Broadway.com Readers Rank the Best Gender-Bending Broadway Roles of All Time

Have you heard the news? Darren Criss is high-kicking his way into the Tony-winning musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch after co-creator John Cameron Mitchell departs in April. Naturally, we had drag on the brain, so we asked you to rank your favorite gender-bending Broadway roles on Culturalist.com. Put on some makeup, turn up the eight-track and find out ...

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Farewell, Fantine! Les Miserables Star Caissie Levy Looks Back on the Dream Role That Became a Reality

Farewell, Fantine! Les Miserables Star Caissie Levy Looks Back on the Dream Role That Became a Reality

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. Although that concept doesn’t exist for Broadway performers, we love checking in with stars as they finish up a successful run. Les Miserables star Caissie Levy will say goodbye to the barricades on March 1 ...

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