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Review :: The Illusionists: Turn of the Century

By Wickham Boyle | Dec 5
Enjoy some real holiday magic with "The Illusionists -- Turn Of The Century," running through the end of the year at The Palace Theatre.

'Harry Potter' Play Eyes Broadway Jump in Spring 2018

By Mark Kennedy | Dec 2
The stage play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" has become London's theater event of the year. Producers hope Broadway will shortly be under its spell, too.

New 'Hamilton Mixtape' CD Features Tracks with Alicia Keys, Sia, Usher

By Mark Kennedy | Dec 1
The Broadway megahit "Hamilton" has already spawned a best-selling cast album, a PBS documentary and a book about its creation. Now it's spinning off a CD by fans who happen to be some of popular music's biggest stars.

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Review :: Sweet Charity

By Bobby McGuire | Nov 30
Two time Tony Award-winner Sutton Foster takes on the title role in the New Group's reimagining of the classic musical "Sweet Charity."

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BC/EFA Announces Star-Studded Cast of Broadway Beaus for 'Christmas Eve's Holiday Hunkfest'

Nov 29
Thirteen of the most strapping men on Broadway will come together to add a little more sexiness and silliness to the holiday season at Ann Harada's festive cabaret, "Christmas Eve's Holiday Hunkfest."

Thanksgiving on Broadway was Festive but Not All Data Good

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 29
Thanksgiving on Broadway was a typically stuffed event, with box offices recording a $35 million haul thanks to premium pricing and "Hamilton" raking in more than $3 million by itself.

Review :: Leonard Bernstein's Candide In Concert

By Steven Bergman | Nov 28
If you haven't enjoyed this Great Performance before, this is a recommended introduction to the "best of all possible worlds."

Woman Accused of Stealing from 'Hamilton' Theatergoers

Nov 28
Police in New York City are searching for a woman who they say stole items from several people who were waiting for performers from the Broadway hit "Hamilton" outside the theater.

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Review :: No Man's Land

By Cassandra Csencsitz | Nov 27
The Anthropologists' "No Man's Land," a play that looks at how we talk about race, runs through December 18 at Theatre Lab in midtown Manhattan.

How a Bunch of Boxes Changed the Course of a Documentary

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 25
Lonny Price had just started editing his first documentary when a bunch of boxes showed up. What was in them would change everything.

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