"Smash" alums Christian Borle and Megan Hilty will join Tom Cavanaugh as the lead voices in the first original movie for kiddie network Disney Junior, "Lucky Duck."
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Broadway box office slipped in the wake of Memorial Day weekend, with most shows on the boards reporting declines for the first week of the 2013-14 season. With overall attendance down, it helped to…
New York City Center’s long-running Encores! program, which has yielded a string of commercial Broadway transfers including the still-running revival of “Chicago,” has set a 2014 season that will…
While not yet quite ready for the presumably hoped-for jump uptown, this engrossing musical is already pretty swell.
Jeremy Davidson and Jefferson Mays are among the thesps signed on for Lincoln Center Theater's Off Broadway bow of J.T. Rogers' play "Blood and Gifts."
What's this? A Tennessee Williams production driven, typically, by high emotion, tears and the tension between sexual repression and expression, but with a positively perky score?
In his third annual Broadway Unplugged concert at Town Hall, producer-host Scott Siegel noted his roster of Broadway ingenues and gypsies returned to that age by fully grasping the meaning of that…
In a mythical village tucked in the mountains, lonely hearts flutter with passion before bursting into song. But this is no Brigadoon. No way, Jose. Although it, too, is lost in time, it's a spartan…
Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage will preem a "new" Frank Loesser stage musical in April 2004.
A potential battle is brewing between directors and playwrights over the thorny issue of copyright control.
Musical theater stagecraft scales dizzying heights -- literally -- in the Berlin world premiere of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," the first Disney animated film to become a stage musical since "The…
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