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Congratulations, Birdman! Here Are Four Other Theater-Centric Films That Took Home the Oscar

Congratulations, Birdman! Here Are Four Other Theater-Centric Films That Took Home the Oscar

With Birdman’s big win at the 87th Annual Academy Awards, we could help but feel giddy that our beloved Broadway was in the center spotlight during Hollywood’s biggest night. The film captures pretty much the entire theatrical experience, from name-dropping Jujamcyn president Jordan Roth to shouting at critics at The Rum House. While many movie musicals, including Chicago, My ...

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This Week’s Picks! Stay Warm with Helen Mirren, Meet John & Jen and See Elisabeth Moss Take Center Stage

This Week’s Picks! Stay Warm with Helen Mirren, Meet John & Jen and See Elisabeth Moss Take Center Stage

Hey, you, sitting on your heater wearing every article of clothing you own. We know it’s cold, but that is massively uncomfortable—and time-consuming. You don’t want to miss out on the fun stuff happening, do you? There’s a starry revival of The Heidi Chronicles, two new off-Broadway musicals, and Barbara Cook playing Lincoln Center. Bundle up for this week’s picks ...

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Christian Borle’s Hips Don’t Lie, Elphaba and Glinda Make Terrible Frogs & More Lessons of the Week

Christian Borle’s Hips Don’t Lie, Elphaba and Glinda Make Terrible Frogs & More Lessons of the Week

Whoever said April is the cruelest month (was it Christian Borle?) obviously never met February. It's freezing, it's damp, and no new Broadway shows are opening. But never fear—the Lessons of the Week are here to keep you warm! We're revisiting the craziest stuff that happened in the last seven days, from Darren Criss' glittery new gig to Rob McClure's ...

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Rank the Best Gender-Bending Broadway Characters

Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Rank the Best Gender-Bending Broadway Characters

Broadway.com is wild about Culturalist, the awesome 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 the top 10 best Patti ...

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The Fans Have Spoken! Readers Rank the Top 10 Best Patti LuPone Roles of All Time

The Fans Have Spoken! Readers Rank the Top 10 Best Patti LuPone Roles of All Time

Two-time winner Patti LuPone is one of the most celebrated leading ladies on Broadway—and from her hilarious appearances on 30 Rock, Girls and Will & Grace to her heartfelt turn on Life Goes On, she has a practically endless list of big and small screen credits. But which Patti LuPone role is the crème de la crème? We asked you ...

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Exclusive! Meet Five Stellar Standbys & Understudies Who Wait in the Wings to Save the Day on Broadway

Exclusive! Meet Five Stellar Standbys & Understudies Who Wait in the Wings to Save the Day on Broadway

Relax—that little white slip in your program is nothing to be afraid of. You're in great hands with Wicked standby Lilli Cooper, Cabaret understudy Leeds Hill, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder standby Greg Jackson, Constellations understudy Mark Alhadeff and Beautiful understudy Rebecca LaChance, who are experts at stepping into the spotlight at the last minute. They’re on call ...

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Nice & Perfect! See Sierra Boggess, Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris & More Sing from It Shoulda Been You

Nice & Perfect! See Sierra Boggess, Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris & More Sing from It Shoulda Been You

The new musical comedy It Shoulda Been You explores the hilarity and hijinx over a 24-hour period before a big wedding. In these two songs by composer Barbara Anselmi from a press event for the show, you'll meet two onstage pair-ups: siblings Sierra Boggess and Lisa Howard, and mother-of-the-bride Tyne Daly and mother-of-the-groom Harriet Harris. Also featured is Tony nominee ...

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Nine Wonderfully Weird Things We Learned About Fish in the Dark Scribe & Star Larry David

Nine Wonderfully Weird Things We Learned About Fish in the Dark Scribe & Star Larry David

Larry David, everyone's favorite professional curmudgeon, has plenty of experience with the small screen. As the co-creator and head writer of Seinfeld (and the voice of George Steinbrenner), he helped redefine the television comedy—and he did it again playing "himself" on HBO's hilarious and insanely popular Curb Your Enthusiasm. Now he's taking on a whole different kind of challenge: His ...

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This Week's Picks! Meet a New Sally Bowles, Write a Book with Anna Camp & Suit Up with Neil Patrick Harris

This Week's Picks! Meet a New Sally Bowles, Write a Book with Anna Camp & Suit Up with Neil Patrick Harris

Hey, you, filling your shopping basket with discounted saddlebags of Valentine’s Day candy—we appreciate a good bargain, but not if it leads to diabetes. Put down the life-size 50 Shades of Grey teddy bear/gumdrop dispenser. There’s plenty to do this week, including Broadway’s brightest honoring two young songwriters, a new headliner at Cabaret, and Neil Patrick Harris’ latest hosting ...

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Jeremy Jordan Wants His Pants Back, Patti LuPone’s in the Pink & More Lessons of the Week

Jeremy Jordan Wants His Pants Back, Patti LuPone’s in the Pink & More Lessons of the Week

It’s Friday, and you know what that means—time to binge on all that chocolate and champagne you were saving for Valentine’s Day! Just pretend it all got stolen. Hey, New York is a scary place. Anyway, we learned a ton of crazy stuff about our favorite Broadway stars his week, including the pink elephants Patti LuPone likes to ride and ...

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