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Lara Denning, Kraig Thornber & More Will Join Jonathan Slinger in West End’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Lara Denning, Kraig Thornber & More Will Join Jonathan Slinger in West End’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Some new faces are about to visit Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. On May 4, the West End production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will welcome Lara Denning as Mrs. Buckett and Kraig Thornber as Grandpa George. They take over for Kirsty Malpass and Billy Boyle, respectively, and join the previously announced Jonathan Slinger, who will assume the role of ...

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A Few Months More: Tony Nominee Ramin Karimloo Sets Les Miserables Departure Date

A Few Months More: Tony Nominee Ramin Karimloo Sets Les Miserables Departure Date

Prisoner 24601's time is up (or it will be in a few months!). Tony nominee Ramin Karimloo will depart Broadway's Les Miserables on August 30. A production spokesperson said there was no word yet on his replacement as Jean Valjean. Directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor, the reimagined production is running at the Imperial Theatre, where it officially opened ...

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Off-Broadway's Longest-Running Musical The Fantasticks Sets Closing Date

Off-Broadway's Longest-Running Musical The Fantasticks Sets Closing Date

After 55 years, off-Broadway's longest-running musical, The Fantasticks, will shutter on May 3. At the time of its closing the production will have played a total of 20,672 performances in NYC: 17,162 at the Sullivan Street Playhouse and 3,510 performances at the Snapple Theater Center.

Directed by Tom Jones, The Fantasticks has a book and lyrics by ...

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Odds & Ends: Julie Andrews Will Write Second Memoir, Frankie J. Grande's Gotta 'Left Swipe Dat' & More

Odds & Ends: Julie Andrews Will Write Second Memoir, Frankie J. Grande's Gotta 'Left Swipe Dat' & More

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.

Julie Andrew Will Pen Another Memoir
Well, this is certainly practically perfect! Oscar winner and musical theater legend Julie Andrews will release her second memoir in 2017, the Associated Press reports. The yet-to-be titled book will pick up where her 2008 memoir Home left off and explore her time ...

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17-Year-Old Noah Altshuler Will Pen Tom Sawyer Stage Adaptation with Eyes Set for Broadway

17-Year-Old Noah Altshuler Will Pen Tom Sawyer Stage Adaptation with Eyes Set for Broadway

Tom Sawyer could be heading to Broadway, but not in a Big River revival. Noah Altshuler, a 17-year-old high school senior from Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been tapped to pen a stage adaptation of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The work will be commissioned by Hartford, Connecticut’s Mark Twain House & Museum, where Altshuler serves as Playwright-in-Residence. Though the ...

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Tickets Now On Sale to See Dan Lauria in His Self-Penned Comedy Dinner With the Boys

Tickets Now On Sale to See Dan Lauria in His Self-Penned Comedy Dinner With the Boys

Tickets are now available to see stage and screen vet Dan Lauria in his new self-penned comedy, Dinner with the Boys. Performances will begin off-Broadway at the Acorn Theatre at Theater Row on April 21. Opening night is set for May 4. Joining Lauria are Ray Abruzzo and Richard Zavaglia. Frank Megna will direct.

Set in New Jersey, Dinner with ...

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Broadway's Skylight, Starring Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy, Will Take Hiatus in April

Broadway's Skylight, Starring Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy, Will Take Hiatus in April

The Broadway revival of David Hare’s Skylight, starring Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy, will go on hiatus for the week of April 13 through 20 due to pre-existing commitments. The Stephen Daldry-helmed production will now play through June 21, instead of the previously reported June 14 .

Skylight tells the story of a teacher, Kyra Hollis (Mulligan), who receives ...

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Two-Time Tony Nominee Condola Rashad's Pilot Billions, Starring Damian Lewis & Paul Giamatti, Picked Up by Showtime

Two-Time Tony Nominee Condola Rashad's Pilot Billions, Starring Damian Lewis & Paul Giamatti, Picked Up by Showtime

Broadway fave Condola Rashad is in the money—the two-time Tony nominee's previously reported pilot Billions, headlined by stage and screen stars Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti, has been picked up! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Showtime has ordered 12 episodes of the hour-long financial drama. The series is set to start production in New York later this year and air ...

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Good Luck To Ya, Brandy! Grammy Winner Brandy Norwood Will Rake in the Chips in Broadway's Chicago

Good Luck To Ya, Brandy! Grammy Winner Brandy Norwood Will Rake in the Chips in Broadway's Chicago

The boy is Roxie's! Grammy Award winner Brandy Norwood (or, Brandy, mononymously) will step into the Broadway revival of Chicago as Roxie Hart. The pop/R&B star will begin performances at the Ambassador Theatre on April 28, playing an eight-week engagement through June 21. She will take over for Paige Davis, who will assume the role on March 30.

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Leon Addison Brown & More Set for Athol Fugard's The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek Off-Broadway

Leon Addison Brown & More Set for Athol Fugard's The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek Off-Broadway

The cast is now set for the previously announced world premiere of Athol Fugard’s The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek. Leon Addison Brown (The Train Driver) will star as Nukain in the Signature Theatre production. Performances will begin in the Romulas Linney Courtyard Theatre at the Pershing Square Signature Center on April 21. Opening night is set for May 11 ...

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