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Sutton Foster Has a Not-So-Secret Talent, Danielle Brooks Does Children's Parties & More Lessons of the Week

Sutton Foster Has a Not-So-Secret Talent, Danielle Brooks Does Children's Parties & More Lessons of the Week

Happy Friday, Broadway fans, and happy early birthday, Jonathan Groff and Orfeh! We have some exciting plans this weekend (read: watching this and this on repeat), but before that, let’s make sure you're up to speed on everything happening on the Great White Way. It’s been a busy seven days, so study up with the Lessons of the Week!


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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Funny Girl Do You Want to See Make a Broadway Debut?

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Funny Girl Do You Want to See Make a Broadway Debut?

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.

Funny Girl made its Broadway debut on March 26, 1964. Fifty-two years later, a London revival is set to start performances (on April 8) and the enticing ...

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Younger Season Finale: Oh, What a Beautiful Mourning for Sutton Foster & the Gang

Younger Season Finale: Oh, What a Beautiful Mourning for Sutton Foster & the Gang

We’ve made it to the end of the second season of Younger. Take a load (by which we mean your hefty statement necklace) off and celebrate by breaking it down with us. Following last week's shocker, Liza managed to hold on to her secret for a little while longer, Charles finally made a move, and a certain someone proved he ...

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Sondra Radvanovsky, Queen of the Met, on Why Opera Is for Broadway Lovers & Royal Watchers

Sondra Radvanovsky, Queen of the Met, on Why Opera Is for Broadway Lovers & Royal Watchers

The radiant Sondra Radvanovsky enters her dressing room at the Metropolitan Opera. Some two hours later, and with the help of a 35-pound gown, liquid latex and—who’d have thought—tissue paper, the soprano, barely recognizable, emerges as Elizabeth I in her final days.

The metamorphosis, for the Met’s new production of Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux, marks the third and final queen Radvanovsky ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! The 10 Steve Martin Films You Want to Shine Bright on Broadway

The Fans Have Spoken! The 10 Steve Martin Films You Want to Shine Bright on Broadway

He's just a wild and crazy guy! Would you travel by planes, trains and automobiles to see renaissance man Steve Martin's silver screen credits become Great White Way-worthy productions? Sure, you would. Some of the actor's work made it to the stage or vice versa. Think Little Shop of Horrors, Leap of Faith and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and even Cheaper ...

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Jonathan Groff Has the Power Vested in Him, Audra McDonald Is in Paris & More Lessons of the Week

Jonathan Groff Has the Power Vested in Him, Audra McDonald Is in Paris & More Lessons of the Week

Happy Friday…and Happy Sutton Foster Day! We’re sure you have plenty of plans for this Broadway holiday, from partaking in the traditional licking of noses to selling your panties online. But before that, let’s revisit the wildest stories of the past seven days on the Great White Way. From a Psycho vlogger who literally just can’t to a naked Ben ...

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Steve Martin Movie Should Come to the Great White Way?

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Steve Martin Movie Should Come to the Great White Way?

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.

Welcome to Broadway, Steve Martin! No stranger to the realm of show tunes (he appeared in Little Shop of Horrors on the silver screen), the can't-stop ...

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Five Things We Learned from Emma Watson & Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton/Harry Potter Gabfest

Five Things We Learned from Emma Watson & Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton/Harry Potter Gabfest

In case you pulled a Thomas Jefferson and missed a few things, Hermione Granger U.N. Ambassador Emma Watson and Hamilton headliner Lin-Manuel Miranda recently hung out.

In honor of HeForShe Arts Week Beauty and the Beast's next Belle and the ten-dollar founding father discussed the gargantuan Great White Way hit, Harry Potter, gender equality and ...

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Younger Recap: Fasten Your Fur Bikini, Sutton Foster! It's Going to Be a Bumpy Night

Younger Recap: Fasten Your Fur Bikini, Sutton Foster! It's Going to Be a Bumpy Night

You know that feeling when you’re standing in the middle of Times Square wearing a fur bikini and your daughter shows up? It’s weird, right? Naturally, that’s far from the strangest thing to happen to Liza Miller in this week’s Younger. Secrets are exposed, new romances are ignited and lawsuits are probably being made against the City of New York ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 Laura Benanti Roles You Love

The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 Laura Benanti Roles You Love

From the Broadway stage to the small screen, Laura Benanti has never failed to entertain us. The Tony winner rocked a tux and coattails in Swing!, donned a ball gown and glass slippers in Into the Woods and slayed in barely anything at all in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. Benanti returns to the Great White Way this ...

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