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Liberty: A Monumental New Musical Begins Off Broadway Run
The unique, family-friendly production features book and lyrics by Dana Leslie Goldstein and music by Jon Goldstein. (read the story...)

Company XIV Presents World Premiere of Rococo Rouge
Company XIV presents the World Premiere of Rococo Rouge, conceived, directed and choreographed by Austin McCormick. (read the story...)

Broadway Kicks Off a Supercharged Celebrity Season
The influx of multi-generational star clout alone — from James Earl Jones and Rosemary Harris to Michael Cera and Rupert Grint — is enough to pique the interest of blasé and novice theatergoers alike. And yet, there is so much more to the New York stage scene this season. (read the story...)

September Broadway News & Notes: Joan Rivers, Michael C. Hall as Hedwig & More
Michael C. Hall will follow Andrew Rannells, plus a few words about Joan Rivers. (read the story...)

Being Berry Gordy: Josh Tower Talks Motown the Musical
"Motown" has been one of Broadway’s top-ten hits from the moment it opened, winning over audiences with music and lyrics culled from “The Legendary Motown Catalog.” (read the story...)

Matilda the Musical: Smart, Funny, Endearing - And With a Side of Trunchbull!
Christopher Sieber brings the Broadway musical's villainess to life with a fat suit and unsettling, raccoon-rimmed eyes. (read the story...)

NYC Theater Notes: Priscilla in Pippin, Living on the Fringe & More
Priscilla Lopez joins Pippin, FringeNYC returns, Julia Stiles Off-Broadway in Phoenix, and more. (read the story...)

Rock of Ages on Broadway: Nothin’ but a Good Time
Some musicals start slow and build. Not Rock of Ages. It blasts through the third wall with a ramped-up pre-show “concert” followed by the juiced opening number, Quiet Riot’s “Cum on Feel the Noize.” (read the story...)

From Broadway to Central Park - Sultry Big Apple Stages
Summer is when Manhattan gets its theatre freak on with cutting-edge festivals, nifty al fresco productions — including Shakespeare in the Park — and outstanding performances both on and off the Great White Way. (read the story...)

Jersey Boys on Broadway - Oh, What a Night!
Jersey Boys has always been more than a jukebox musical; it's the story of a quartet that entranced baby boomers and put song after song on the Top 40 charts before the Beatles led the British invasion. (read the story...)

Bullets Over Broadway - Figuratively & Hilariously!
When Marin Mazzie saw Woody Allen’s 1994 Prohibition-era film Bullets Over Broadway, she thought to herself: this would make a great musical and I would love to play Helen Sinclair — the role that won Dianne Wiest an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. (read the story...)

The Clock Is Running Down for Broadway's After Midnight
After Midnight will be ending its eight-month run this coming Sunday, June 29th, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. (read the story...)

Newsies to Close on Broadway
The Disney musical based on the 1992 film is leaving the Nederlander on August 24th for good after a successful two-and-a-half-year run. (read the story...)

All Hail 'The King of New York' – Newsies Continues Its Broadway Reign
This classic American tale that places its bets on the underdog -- or rather, a ragtag team of underdogs fighting for their cause -- has been lighting up Broadway for a year, and it remains hot on the short list of high-demand tickets, much to the delight of the cast and crew. (read the story...)

West Village Musical Theatre Festival Returns June 19
The West Village Musical Theatre Festival — the country's largest short-form musical theater festival — returns to NYC's Players Theatre, with performances beginning June 19 and finishing 100 shows later on June 29. (read the story...)

106.7 LITE FM Brings Free Broadway Back to Bryant Park for Summer
The best performers and biggest shows from NYC's Broadway and Off-Broadway theaters will be returning for free lunchtime time performances at Bryant Park throughout July and August. (read the story...)

2014 Tony Awards Recap
Tony voters shared the wealth this year, though the big winners were "A Gentleman’s Guide for Love and Murder," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," and "A Raisin in the Sun." (read the story...)

Griffin's Tony Predictions, 2014 Edition: Shows & Actors
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Summer Theater in NYC: The Sizzle Is On
Curious about the performers who light up Broadway and the Tony Awards? Ready to catch up on what’s trending theatrically in the Big Apple? Allow me to be your guide to the best of New York City theatre as we head into summer! (read the story...)

Rocky Delivers a Knockout Blow on Broadway
Another actor has stepped into the fictional boxer’s trunks for the Rocky musical: Andy Karl, a Broadway veteran who makes a boxing and singing Rocky come to vivid life. (read the story...)

Tony Award Nominees, 2013-2014: The Verdict Is In!
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder and Hedwig and the Angry Inch lead the pack. The annual roster of Tony nominations is in as of this morning and, not unlike other years, I find myself poring over a mixed bag of “terrific” and “what were they thinking?” (read the story...)

Annie Potts Joins Broadway's Big Top in Pippin
Just short of a year ago, Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson’s Pippin snagged four Tony Awards, including 2013’s Best Revival of a Musical. Inventively unorthodox, with endless OMG! physical and musical surprises — as well as a spectacularly funny/bizarrely poignant book — this Pippin sparks joy at every quirky twist, turn, bounce, swing, and swoop. (read the story...)

Easter Bonnet Competition Ends BC/EFA Fundraising Season with Color and Pizzazz
A roster of theater’s most fashionable stars performing in novel original skits will highlight Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ very haute couture 28th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition fundraiser at the Minskoff Theatre. (read the story...)

Broadway's Spring Must-Sees
Featuring Aladdin, If/Then, Les Miz, Vanessa Williams, and more. (read the story...)

The Music of 10,000 Nights: Phantom on Broadway
With over 10,800 performances and counting, Phantom of the Opera is the first and only musical in Broadway history to achieve the honor of hitting 10K curtain calls. (read the story...)

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