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Luis Bravo on How the 'Intoxicating Passion' of Forever Tango Leaves Audiences Breathless

Luis Bravo on How the 'Intoxicating Passion' of Forever Tango Leaves Audiences Breathless

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Luis Bravo's Forever Tango first took Broadway by storm in 1997, when the Latin dance revue about the birth of the world's most romantic dance arrived on the Great White Way for what was expected to be an eight-week engagement. Instead, the show ran for 14 months and earned a Tony nomination for Best Choreography ...

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Here's to the Very First Time! Adam Dannheisser Reveals the 'Drunken Bra-Flingers, Wild Parties' & More at Rock of Ages

Here's to the Very First Time! Adam Dannheisser Reveals the 'Drunken Bra-Flingers, Wild Parties' & More at Rock of Ages

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Ever since its headbanging opening night in April 2009, Rock of Ages star Adam Dannheisser has been on hand to offer words of wisdom, lots of laughs and rocking riffs as Dennis Dupree, the owner of the Bourbon Room, in the ‘80s rock musical. Although he’s been cracking wise as Dennis for nearly five years (longer ...

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Choir Boy Scribe Tarell Alvin McCraney on the Untold Story of African-American Gospel Singers

Choir Boy Scribe Tarell Alvin McCraney on the Untold Story of African-American Gospel Singers

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Best known for his acclaimed trilogy The Brother/Sister Plays, Tarell Alvin McCraney has been described as the heir to August Wilson's legacy and “without question, the hottest young playwright in America” by the Chicago Tribune. His play Head of Passes recently premiered at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, where he is a member of the ensemble, and ...

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Producers Tom and Michael D’Angora on the Celebrities That Make Headlines at NEWSical The Musical

Producers Tom and Michael D’Angora on the Celebrities That Make Headlines at NEWSical The Musical

Producing partners and (real-life spouses) Tom and Michael D’Angora are the masterminds behind the audience favorites NEWSical The Musical, A Broadway Diva Christmas, Icons and Naked Boys Singing. This summer, as Naked Boys expanded again from Theatre Row to Provincetown’s Crown & Anchor, NEWSical celebrated a landmark 1,000 performance at off-Broadway’s Kirk Theatre on June 3. Tom ...

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Nell Benjamin on Laughing at Bullies & the Sentimental Inspiration Behind Her Play The Explorers Club

Nell Benjamin on Laughing at Bullies & the Sentimental Inspiration Behind Her Play The Explorers Club

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Nell Benjamin co-wrote music and lyrics for Legally Blonde, which earned her and her husband, Laurence O’Keefe, a 2007 Tony Award nomination for best score. Benjamin and O'Keefe began collaborating while attending Harvard together, and their shows include The Mice, Sarah, Plain and Tall, Cam Jansen, and Huzzah! Along the way, she has won a ...

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Martin Moran on Finding Fresh Inspiration from John Guare's Acting Debut in 3 Kinds of Exile

Martin Moran on Finding Fresh Inspiration from John Guare's Acting Debut in 3 Kinds of Exile

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The acclaimed solo performer and Broadway vet Martin Moran is currently in previews in Atlantic Theater Company’s world premiere of John Guare’s 3 Kinds of Exile. Moran kicks the evening off with a fascinating monologue about a young refugee who leaves Eastern Europe for England in 1939, followed by a section in which Guare himself ...

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Vanya Playwright Christopher Durang on Making Stage Magic With Three of His Closest Friends

Vanya Playwright Christopher Durang on Making Stage Magic With Three of His Closest Friends

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It’s been a special season for Christopher Durang, whose latest comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, has already won Best Play honors from the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and New York Drama Critics’ Circle and is nominated for six 2013 Tony Awards. Even sweeter: the fact that Durang is sharing the experience of ...

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George C. Wolfe on Nora Ephron's Strength, Tom Hanks' Smarts & Why Audiences Adore Lucky Guy

George C. Wolfe on Nora Ephron's Strength, Tom Hanks' Smarts & Why Audiences Adore Lucky Guy

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One of Broadway's most honored and respected directors, George C. Wolfe has won Tonys for his work on plays (both parts of Angels in America) and musicals (Bring In 'Da Noise, Bring In 'Da Funk). Wolfe branched out into films such as Nights in Rodanthe in recent years, but luckily for NYC theatergoers, he returned this ...

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Tony-Nominated Director Diane Paulus on Bringing Her ‘Dangerous’ Circus-Inspired Pippin to Broadway

Tony-Nominated Director Diane Paulus on Bringing Her ‘Dangerous’ Circus-Inspired Pippin to Broadway

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Diane Paulus first took Broadway by storm in 2009, when her vibrant interpretation of Hair in Central Park transferred to the Hirschfeld Theatre. Since her acclaimed Broadway debut, the three-time Tony-nominated director has helmed two more groundbreaking revivals on the Great White Way: a passionate Porgy and Bess in 2012 and a reimagined, circus-inspired Pippin in 2013 ...

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Director Michael Wilson on Dinners With the Foote Family & Falling in Love With The Trip to Bountiful

Director Michael Wilson on Dinners With the Foote Family & Falling in Love With The Trip to Bountiful

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Over the past 16 years, director Michael Wilson has become one of the premiere interpreters of Horton Foote’s vast catalogue of plays depicting family life in Texas. Wilson collaborated with the esteemed playwright until his death in 2009, notably on the Broadway production of Dividing the Estate and the off-Broadway trilogy The Orphans’ Home Cycle, as ...

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