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Broadway Holiday Performance Schedules
The holidays are one of the best times to catch a Broadway musical or play. Below are some of the schedule changes and special performances planned for the 2011 Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's season. (read the story...)

The Big Apple Circus 2011 Is New York City's Circus
The Big Apple Circus is as synonymous with NYC as the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Met, MoMA, and the U.N. What better family holiday gift than a visit to our very own not-for-profit one-ring extravaganza and its spectacular new edition, Dream Big? (read the story...)

Peter Pan at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden
Cathy Rigby stars as the musical returns to New York City at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. (read the story...)

Broadway 2011-2012 Preview - Viva November!
Think November is just a ho-hum interlude between Halloween and the mega holidays? Not in New York, my friends -- and especially not when Broadway dominates your calendar. Here, where celebrity names grace innumerable marquees, giving thanks isn’t reserved for a single day but rather an entire month of intoxicating opening nights and awesome anniversaries. (read the story...)

The Voca People - The Off Broadway Sensation Returns to NYC
Yes, visually they do resemble a profoundly white-washed Blue Man Group -- only instead of props, paint, and physical insanity, The Voca People express themselves via sound, and after a successful run Off Broadway last fall, the Voca People are back beginning tonight, February 16, at New World Stages. (read the story...)

Radio City Rockettes Begin Rehearsals for the 2011 Radio City Christmas Spectacular
The Rockettes welcome back the camels, sheep, and donkey as they report to their first day of rehearsals for the brand new edition of the NYC Christmas classic (read the story...)

Halloween Theater Surprises - Off Broadway Shows Not for the Faint-Hearted
Take a Walk on the Dark Side: Theatrical Scare Tactics for Those Who Take Halloween to (Tell-Tale) Heart (read the story...)

Broadway Fall 2011 Preview Part 2 - Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway & More
Into star gazing? The New York theatre scene's fall celeb-a-thon is officially in high gear (read the story...)

Broadway's Mamma Mia! Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary
Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ Mamma Mia! is celebrating three milestones: not only its 10th anniversary at the Winter Garden Theatre and becoming the 10th longest-running show in Broadway history, but it also enters the history books with over 4,000 performances. (read the story...)

Victoria Clark - Sister Act's Mother Superior on Broadway
For those unfamiliar with Clark’s work, you’re in for an eye-opening treat once you score tickets to this stage adaptation of the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg film. (read the story...)

Broadway Fall 2011 Preview - It's Show Time!
A look at Man and Boy starring Frank Langella, Sondheim's Follies, Relatively Speaking, Samuel L. Jackson in The Mountaintop, Wicked casting news, and more. (read the story...)

The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary - Live and In Theaters This October
NCM Fathom and Omniverse Vision are partnering to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Andrew Lloyd Webber's history-making The Phantom of the Opera with a fully staged musical celebration broadcast LIVE from London's Royal Albert Hall. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Openings - September 20, 2011-September 25, 2011
Dozens of new plays and musicals open every week in theaters across New York City. Here are the shows that begin previews or open this week. Who knows? You may catch the next Avenue Q or Rent. This week's openings include the Pearl Theatre's The Bald Soprano and more. (read the story...)

Broadway Unites - 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance
The Broadway League will host a special event on Friday, September 9, 2011 at 4:00pm in Duffy Square, as the Broadway community marks the tenth anniversary of 9/11. This event will encore the iconic performance that took place one decade ago when Broadway performers helped inspire New Yorkers to return to normalcy with a landmark outdoor performance. (read the story...)

Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark - Broadway's Adrenaline-Fueled, Rock-Infused Musical Thrill Ride
Let’s begin at the end: the soaring OMG! climactic battle of good vs. evil between Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Reeve Carney) and Dr. Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin (Patrick Page): a bona-fide audience gasp-a-thon unlike anything ever beheld on Broadway before. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Openings - August 29, 2011-September 4, 2011
Dozens of new plays and musicals open every week in theaters across New York City. Here are the shows that begin previews or open this week. Who knows? You may catch the next Avenue Q or Rent. This week's openings include The Lapsburgh Layover, Play It Cool and The Wood. (read the story...)

The Judy Show: My Life as a Sitcom - Judy Gold's Wickedly Funny New Off-Broadway Comedy
Written by funny woman Judy Gold and Kate Moira Ryan (25 Questions for a Jewish Mother) and starring Ms. Gold, the new comedy The Judy Show focuses in on her life through the lens of the classic sitcoms of her youth. With multimedia, original music, laughter, and love, Judy shows us how she balances family and ambition with a little help from our favorite TV shows of the 70s, 80s, and 90s. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Openings - August 22, 2011-August 28, 2011
Dozens of new plays and musicals open every week in theaters across New York City. Here are the shows that begin previews or open this week. Who knows? You may catch the next Avenue Q or Rent. This week's openings include Cymbeline and Tricks the Devil Taught Me. (read the story...)

Broadway Moves from Summer to Fall
Welcome to Broadway's annual segue from sweltering dog days to autumn respite -- August being summer’s last gasp and September marking the first signs of a percolating new theatre season. (read the story...)

Sondheim's Follies Is Back on Broadway -- Enough Said!
Danny Burstein, one of the stars of the new revival of Follies, Stephen Sondheim's musical about a reunion of pre-World War II showgirls, says the production at the Marquis Theatre is a chance to demonstrate anew the show’s greatness. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Openings - August 15, 2011-August 21, 2011
Dozens of new plays and musicals open every week in theaters across New York City. Here are the shows that begin previews or open this week. Who knows? You may catch the next Avenue Q or Rent. This week's openings include Completeness and Prom Night of the Living Dead. (read the story...)

Radio City Christmas Spectacular & The Rockettes Celebrate 'Christmas in August' in Times Square on Aug. 11
The official kickoff to the holiday season takes place this Thursday as the world-famous Radio City Rockettes celebrate “Christmas in August” in an all new event location, Times Square. On Thursday, August 11 at 11am, audiences will be treated to a selection of new Rockette elements -- including brand new show-stopping Rockette choreography, new music and a glamorous new Rockette costume -- all in celebration of the 2011 Radio City Christmas Spectacular. The 2011 show will take America’s #1 holiday production to new heights with a twist. (read the story...)

Catch Me If You Can - Broadway’s Bigger-Than-Life True Story
Word of mouth -- an underrated publicity bazooka if ever there was one -- along with theatrical daredevil Norbert Leo Butz’s off-the-chart rendition of “Don’t Break the Rules” on the 2011 Tony Awards broadcast, has (most deservedly, I might add) swept the high-octane musical comedy Catch Me If You Can out of the shadows and into an ever-expanding spotlight that has first-time audiences exiting the show in a “yowza” state of mind and ticket sales in a hearty upward spiral. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Openings - July 25, 2011-July 31, 2011
Dozens of new plays and musicals open every week in theaters across New York City. Here are the shows that begin previews or open this week. Who knows? You may catch the next Avenue Q or Rent. Click on the show title for more information. (read the story...)

Broadway Jukebox Musicals - Shows That Take You Back to Your Summer Happy Place
Catching up with Mamma Mia!, Jersey Boys, Rock of Ages, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Rain - A Tribute to the Beatles in Broadway, Baby It's You, and more. Plus: Memphis and Hair (read the story...)


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