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Superhero Musical Brooklynite Begins Tonight With Matt Doyle and Nick Cordero

Superhero Musical Brooklynite Begins Tonight With Matt Doyle and Nick Cordero By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)and Olivia Clement30 Jan 2015 Nick Cordero The Vineyard Theatre’s world-premiere musical Brooklynite, created by Peter Lerman and Tony Award winner Michael Mayer, begins Off-Broadway previews Jan. 30.  Based on characters created by Michael Chabon […]

Rock On! Watch Hundreds of Children Audition for Broadway’s School of Rock (Video)

Rock On! Watch Hundreds of Children Audition for Broadway’s School of Rock (Video) By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)28 Jan 2015 Jack Black in the film School of Rock Photo by Paramount Pictures A nationwide casting call for the upcoming Broadway premiere of School of Rock was held Jan. 24 at Broadway’s […]

Storm Forces Boston Theatres to Shut Down as Motown Opening Night Postponed

Storm Forces Boston Theatres to Shut Down as Motown Opening Night Postponed By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)26 Jan 2015 Theatres in Boston have begun to shut down due to Winter Storm Juno, and the opening night of Motown the Musical at the Boston Opera House has been postponed. According to […]

Brief Off-Broadway Return of Soul Doctor Closes Tonight

Brief Off-Broadway Return of Soul Doctor Closes Tonight By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)25 Jan 2015 Josh Nelson in Soul Doctor Photo by Carol Rosegg The curtain again descends on the Shlomo Carlebach musical Soul Doctor. The latest Off-Broadway incarnation of the show about the charismatic Jewish musician closes Jan. 25 […]

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Drama at the Dinner Table: Dysfunctional Dinners on Broadway By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)24 Dec 2014 Playbill.com gets in the holiday spirit by offering a round-up of the most dysfunctional family dinners seen on and Off-Broadway. * The holidays are here, and with them come large family gatherings – and […]

Kill Your Darlings, Keep Your Cast Albums: 10 Broadway Songs You Won’t Believe Were Cut From Movies By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)25 Aug 2014 Playbill.com correspondent Ben Rimalower offers his selection of the top ten Broadway musical songs that were cut for film adaptations. Advertisement * Once again, this column […]

STAGE VIEWS: “Grind” Star Eric Michael Krop On Alan Cumming, On the Town and More By .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)25 Aug 2014 Eric Michael Krop Playbill.com’s series features actors commenting on their recent theatregoing experiences, what productions they’re looking forward to and more. Here, via email, we hear from singing […]

From Carrie to Chess: 10 Short-Lived Musicals That Won’t Be Forgotten By Richard Patterson25 Aug 2014 Playbill.com offers a list of Broadway shows that closed soon after their opening but, thanks to cast recordings and devoted fans, continue to endure. Advertisement * At the end of every Broadway season, there are inevitably a number of […]

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