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  • What's Next for 'Natasha, Pierre and

    What's Next for 'Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812'

    On Broadway, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” burned brightly and flared out fast — but producers are hoping a string of international productions keep the title in orbit. A new production in Tokyo, opening in January 2019, is just the first sighting of “Great Comet” outside of New York. At around the [...]

  • Hayes Theater

    'Torch Song,' Second Stage and the $64 Million Broadway Bet

    “Torch Song” on Broadway this fall? It might happen — at the newly reopened Helen Hayes Theater. “They’re only talking about it at this point,” said Carole Rothman, the artistic director of Second Stage, the New York nonprofit that is making the leap to Broadway with the renovated venue. “But that’s the kind of show [...]

  • Phantom of the Opera Broadway

    What Broadway Learned From 'The Phantom of the Opera'

    There’s an alternate-universe version of Broadway where “The Phantom of the Opera” closed in 2002. Mega-producer Cameron Mackintosh considered pulling the plug back then. “Not only Broadway but also London,” he said. “The business hadn’t collapsed or anything, but it was starting to look like that graph that goes down. We all had a theory [...]

  • RWS Entertainment Group Marquee Holland America

    RWS Entertainment Launches Theatrical Development Department (EXCLUSIVE)

    Long Island City may be a quick subway jaunt from Midtown Manhattan, but for a lot of New York’s Broadway-centric theater industry, it feels about as far away as Long Beach, Calif. That’ll change, if RWS Entertainment Group has anything to say about it. Currently specializing in shows and experiences for resorts, cruise lines, theme [...]

  • Hamilton West End Production.

    ‘Hamilton,’ Broadway and the Duel Over Paperless Tickets

    “Hamilton” just opened on the West End, and it’s impossible to get your hands on a ticket. Literally impossible, because ticketing for the show has gone entirely paperless — and producers are praising the move as the most effective way to cut out price-gouging scalpers and bots. But the strategy won’t hit Broadway. At least [...]

  • HadestownNew York Theatre WorkshopBy Anaïs MitchellDeveloped

    Streaming to Broadway: How New Titles, Talent Grow Buzz Online

    It’s been a year and a half since “Hadestown” was an Off Broadway hit, but fires are still burning for the folk-rock musical. They’ve blazed up online, where the show’s streaming success points to digital platforms as an increasingly reliable tool to help producers move a show from buzzy blip to Broadway contender. A live [...]

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