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THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: March 29- April 5

It was a busy week on The Great White Way and beyond. Miss something? Don't worry becuase Broadwayworld has got you covered. From opening nights to cast meet & greets, Broadwayworld was there so check out this week in pictures below!

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK: Manila Dances Dirty, Andrew Lloyd Weber follows the Yellow Brick Road and Liza is a Smash!

THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: March 29- April 5

Michael McGrath, Jennifer Smith, Matthew Broderick, Jessie Mueller, Blythe Danner & Conrad John Schuck and Company. Photo Credit: Walter McBride

The hit musical comedy Nice Work If You Can Get It welcomed Tony Award nominee Jessie Mueller, John Treacy Egan and Conrad John Schuck to the production on March 29th in the roles of Billie Bendix, Chief Berry and Senator Max Evergreen. BroadwayWorld was there and brings you photos of their warm welcome to the show here!
In addition, Emmy and Tony Award winner Blythe Danner will perform in the role of Millicent Winter through Sunday, April 28th. Academy Award winner Estelle Parsons returns to the role on Tuesday, April 30th.


THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: March 29- April 5
Liza Minnelli. Photos by: Will Hart/NBC

Broadway legend Liza Minnelli guest stars as herself on this week's all new episode of SMASH, titled "The Surprise Party."On the episode, with guest star Minnelli in tow, Tom (Christian Borle) plans a surprise for Ivy (Megan Hilty) in an attempt to find a balance between their work life and their friendship. Relations between Karen (Katharine McPhee), Jimmy (Jeremy Jordan), and Derek (Jack Davenport) explode just as "Hit List's" rehearsal process nears its close. For more photos go here.


THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: March 29- April 5
Courtney B. Vance, Maura Tierney, Tom Hanks, Peter Scolari. Photos by Walter McBride

BroadwayWorld was on hand for the most star studded opening of the season,on April 1, as Tom Hanks made his Broadway debut in Lucky Guy, written by Nora Ephron and directed by George C. Wolfe. Check out photos here from the happy and emotional opening night curtain call as George C. Wolfe comes on stage and the cast is surprised by a beautiful digital portrait of writer Nora Ephron!

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