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The 2013 Tony Awards Are Live From Radio City This Sunday
Remember the old M-G-M axiom: “More stars than there are in the heavens!” The 2013 67th annual Tony Awards, telecast by CBS live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday from 8-11pm, has that beat. There’ll be more stars than there are in the galaxy! (read the story...)

'True Love Gone Awry' in Murder Ballad
Freshly transported downtown by the Manhattan Theatre Club, Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash's Murder Ballad leads audiences through tangled, lusty webs against the backdrop of a divided New York City. (read the story...)

Off Broadway Hits Abound This Summer
Do you know the way to Off Broadway, where this has been one of the best seasons ever? Two of the best and most nominated shows are big hits, and two new potential hits have just arrived. (read the story...)

Annie on Broadway: I Think She's Gonna Like It Here!
While now may not be as bleak a period as the Great Depression, the rocky times are fraught with one too many gloomy parallels to dark events of the 1930s. Fortunately, these parallels are turned gently upside down in Broadway’s splendid revival of Annie. (read the story...)

Broadway Buzz, Big Apple-Style
From Broadway to Lincoln Center to Central Park and beyond, NYC is amping up for its sunniest of seasons with a city full of stars (the 67th Annual Tony Awards on June 9th being the official jumping-off showcase), new productions, and a smattering of intoxicating surprises. (read the story...)

Third Annual Tony Awards Film Series This Saturday at the Paley Center for Media
The Tony Awards are June 9, with a three-hour CBS live telecast from Radio City Music Hall, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, but you don’t have to wait that long for a taste of past Tonys and a classic color telecast of a Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. The Third Annual Tony Awards Film Series is May 18 at the Paley Center for Media. (read the story...)

Peter and the Starcatcher: Now Off-Broadway, Still Off-the-Wall & Out of This World
Nearly a year ago, the quirky/brilliant Peter and the Starcatcher picked up five Tony Awards. Now it's back off-Broadway at New World Stages. (read the story...)

Hot, Hotter, Hottest: Prime Time on Broadway
In this season of flashy footwear (Cinderella; Kinky Boots), superstar clout (Tom Hanks, David Hyde Pierce, Sigourney Weaver, et al.), and tour de force performances (Holland Taylor, Bette Midler (pictured), Fiona Shaw, and Alan Cumming), the pressure is on to pick wisely from a blitzkrieg of options. (read the story...)

Kinky Boots Kicks Up Its Seriously High Heels on Broadway
Two-and-a-half foot, cherry red, patent leather stiletto heels are the title characters in the sensational new musical Kinky Boots brought to you by the dream team of Harvey Fierstein (book), Cyndi Lauper (music/lyrics), and Jerry Mitchell (director/choreographer). (read the story...)

Mamma Mia! on Broadway - Save Over 30%
After 12+ years on Broadway, Mamma Mia! remains one of the Great White Way's biggest attractions. Save over 30% on tickets through August 31, 2013. (read the story...)

The Phantom of the Opera Makes History With 25 Years on Broadway
The catchphrase “Now and Forever” should have been reserved for Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera instead of his other record-breaking musical Cats. The show is celebrating yet another major Broadway milestone: 25 years and counting in the same theatre it made its U.S. debut, The Majestic. (read the story...)

Just Too Good to Be True - John Lloyd Young Is Back in Broadway's Jersey Boys
Young, who originated the role of Valli on Broadway in 2005 and won a Tony for best actor in a musical, recently returned to the smash hit after a five-year hiatus. (read the story...)

Guess Who's Coming to Broadway...
Just when you think you’ve laid out the perfect game plan for the new Broadway season, along comes a late-inning curveball or two and suddenly you’re reconfiguring your must-see lineup to accommodate last-minute arrivals and departures, shows and stars! (read the story...)

Cirque du Soleil Returns With Totem, Its Best Show in Years
Cirque du Soleil’s Totem is its best show in years. After two seasons of at Radio City Music Hall, Montreal’s export is back where it’s best seen: under its yello et bleu chapiteau, erected in a Citi Field parking lot. (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...)

It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman to Soar Again at Encores!
It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman, a spin on the comic book, TV, and film superhero of Metropolis, is the second concert production of Encores! 20th anniversary season, playing at City Center for seven performances, March 20-24. (read the story...)

'A Little Bit of Mischief' and a Whole Lot of Magic at Matilda the Musical
With a record-breaking treasure chest of Olivier Awards in its arsenal, and sell-out runs at The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and London’s West End, there’s little doubt that Matilda will soar on this side of the pond as Broadway audiences surrender to its myriad charms. (read the story...)

A New Crop of Tony Contenders Invigorate the Great White Way
March is most definitely making a bravura entrance with new season previews popping up like crocuses up and down the Great White Way. The much-anticipated lineup is nothing short of a marvel, boasting multiple first-ever revivals, one-person shows, mega musicals, and original plays. (read the story...)

Off Broadway, It's All in the Timing!
I know Valentine’s Day is long gone, but my jaded New York heart still swells when I think about the revival of playwright David Ives’ All in the Timing. You see, this particular collection of six one-act comedies was my intro to Mr. Ives’ smart, literate and awesomely loopy style, and I fell hard. (read the story...)

Fuerza Bruta - Running, Sloshing & Rocking Indefinitely
Fuerza Bruta comes from the same duo that created the groundbreaking De La Guarda: Buenos Aires natives Diqui James and Gaby Kerpel. And clearly, these two collaborators and their uninhibited group of young performers are open to anything. (read the story...)

A Freak Like Me: Robert Cuccioli’s Sinister Turn in Broadway's Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
Going from heroic luminary to blood-curdling arch nemesis is a rapid character arc requiring both serious acting chops and playful flexibility -- no easy feat, to be sure, but Robert Cuccioli of Jekyll & Hyde fame is more than up to the challenge as he brings his talents (of questionably mutant proportions -- yep, he’s that good) to his dual role of Dr. Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin in the Broadway mega-hit Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. (read the story...)

Close Encounters of the Romantic Kind - A Month of Theatrical Valentines
Since the lure of Valentine's Day romance is responsible for much of February’s mystique, we zero in on a few productions that are currently reverberating with passion both on and off Broadway. (read the story...)

Totally Tubular Time Machine - Back to the Future Meets the MTV Music Awards
Get ready to hob and nob with your favorite “celebrity pop stars” in Totally Tubular Time Machine, a way off-the-chart unique, interactive, time travel-inspired theatrical meet-and-greet/concert that opens on January 19. (read the story...)

A New Year of New York Theatre Begins
While new year resolutions are still being posted on Twitter and its kindred cyber-spirits, I find myself thinking less about resurrecting that dusty exercise bike/coat rack and more about the intriguing theatre season now in progress—and the one looming in the near future... (read the story...)

Drood Dude: Will Chase's Au Courant Broadway Venture
As you sink into your seat at Studio 54, you might want to grasp the armrests firmly because you’re about to tumble down Rupert Holmes’ musical rabbit hole, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, full-throttle. It’s a journey riddled with mystery, scandal, bewildering hobnobbing, and meaty amounts of metatheatre that pushes theatrical convention over the edge. Did I mention it’s both Victorian era and a hoot-and-a-half? (read the story...)


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