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Cameron Mackintosh Eyes MY FAIR LADY and OLIVER! Remakes, MISS SAIGON FilmCameron Mackintosh Eyes MY FAIR LADY and OLIVER! Remakes, MISS SAIGON Film
Posted: Mar. 14, 2014


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Posted: Mar. 5, 2014


Oh, What a Trailer! 5 Reasons We Already Love the JERSEY BOYS Movie!Oh, What a Trailer! 5 Reasons We Already Love the JERSEY BOYS Movie!
Posted: Apr. 18, 2014


McKellen, Stewart, Hilty, Groff, & More to Host BROADWAY BATTLES BULLYING Benefit, 4/14McKellen, Stewart, Groff, & More to Host B'WAY BATTLES BULLYING Benefit, 4/14
Posted: Mar. 21, 2014


Phyllis Frelich, Tony Award-Winning Deaf Actress, Dies at 70Phyllis Frelich, Tony Award Winning Deaf Actress, Dies at 70
Posted: Apr. 11, 2014


School Officials Cancel Production of SWEENEY TODD, Citing Issues with Subject MatterSchool Officials Cancel Production of SWEENEY TODD Due to Subject Matter
Posted: Mar. 28, 2014


Menken & Spencer's THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ Opens in Montreal TonightMenken & Spencer's THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ Opens in Montreal Tonight
June 7, 2014

The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by David Spencer, is getting a second chance at a fully mounted production in Montreal this summer after its first attempt at a Broadway run in 1987. The musical, based on the Mordecai Richtler film and novel by the same name, is set to receive a full production at the Segal Centre in Montreal from today, June 7-28, 2015.
For Terrence McNally, MOTHERS AND SONS Asks the Question He Chose Not ToFor Terrence McNally, MOTHERS AND SONS Asks the Question He Chose Not To
April 25, 2014

When Terrence McNally lost a partner to the AIDS epidemic, he was full of questions about the person and circumstances which brought about his death - but he didn't ask them. In his new play MOTHERS AND SONS, which McNally discussed with the Huffington Post, one character asks the questions he didn't.
Jack Plotnick & Seth Rudetsky's DISASTER! Headed to Broadway?Jack Plotnick & Seth Rudetsky's DISASTER! Headed to Broadway?
April 21, 2014

Jack Plotnick, of Gods and Monsters, Nip/Tuck, and The Mentalist, has set his sights on Broadway, according to Queerty. His musical, Disaster!, might be making headlines on the Great White Way in the not too distant future!
Richard Maltby Jr.'s AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' to Return to New York?Richard Maltby Jr.'s AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' to Return to New York?
April 18, 2014

The Delaware Theatre Company's production of Ain't Misbehavin', directed by Richard Maltby, Jr., could be eying a return to the New York stage, according to Delaware Online.
Oh, What a Trailer! 5 Reasons We Already Love the JERSEY BOYS Movie!Oh, What a Trailer! 5 Reasons We Already Love the JERSEY BOYS Movie!
April 18, 2014

The trailer for the upcoming film adaptation was released yesterday, and below, BroadwayWorld shares five reasons that the trailer is making us freak out over the film's June 20th release! Watch the trailer for yourself and check out our favorite parts below!
Alexa Ray Joel 'Feeling Much Better' After Fainting Onstage at Cafe CarlyleAlexa Ray Joel 'Feeling Much Better' After Fainting Onstage at Cafe Carlyle
April 14, 2014

Alexa Ray Joel, the 28-year-old singer/songwriter and daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, is recovering after fainting onstage during a show at Cafe Carlyle, according to The New York Times.
Centaur Theatre Extends 4000 MILES Run Through 4/26Centaur Theatre Extends 4000 MILES Run Through 4/26
April 14, 2014

Due to the overwhelming success of Amy Herzog's Pulitzer Prize for Drama finalist 4000 Miles, Centaur Theatre proudly announces that 3 new performances have been added to its run.
Phyllis Frelich, Tony Award-Winning Deaf Actress, Dies at 70Phyllis Frelich, Tony Award-Winning Deaf Actress, Dies at 70
April 11, 2014

Phyllis Frelich, the Tony-award winning actress, has passed away at the age of 70, according to The Silent Grapevine.
National Theatre Lets WAR HORSE Musicians Go; Opts for Pre-Recorded SoundtrackNational Theatre Lets WAR HORSE Musicians Go; Opts for Pre-Recorded Soundtrack
April 9, 2014

The National Theatre has terminated the contracts of five musicians who, until recently, provided live accompaniment for the West End production of War Horse, according to The Stage.
Hawai'i Pacific University Presents HERITAGE, Now thru 4/27Hawai'i Pacific University Presents HERITAGE, Now thru 4/27
April 4, 2014

An ensemble play, 'Heritage' tells the story of Abraham Lincoln in a very different light. Spanning three generations, we discover the strength of character of the women and men who shaped the life of our sixteenth President, and the unmistakable impression that they each left upon his life and legacy.
Photo Flash: THE MUSIC MAN at the John W. Engeman TheaterPhoto Flash: THE MUSIC MAN at the John W. Engeman Theater
April 2, 2014

The John W. Engeman Theater's production of The Music Man, running March 27 - May 18, tells the story of fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill and his plans to con the people of River City, Iowa. He sells them instruments and promises to train the townspeople to be a professional band. Hill, who doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef, plans to skip town with the money without giving any music lessions at all - until he falls in love with Marian the librarian. Check out a look at the cast in action here!
BWW Interview: Stars of THE JUNKET and THE REAL AMERICANS Talk Journalism, Politics and 'Cotton Mouth' SyndromeBWW Interview: Stars of THE JUNKET and THE REAL AMERICANS Talk Journalism, Politics and 'Cotton Mouth' Syndrome
March 28, 2014

In an evening of side-splitting laughter and thoughtful political conversation, The Culture Project presents The Real Americans and The Junket - two one-man shows performed by Dan Hoyle and Mike Albo, respectively. BroadwayWorld sat down with the actors to discuss the relationship between journalism, politics, and theatre - and the phenomenon referred to as 'cotton mouth'.
School Officials Cancel Production of SWEENEY TODD, Citing Issues with Subject MatterSchool Officials Cancel Production of SWEENEY TODD, Citing Issues with Subject Matter
March 28, 2014

Officials at Timberlane Regional High School have cancelled a scheduled production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, saying the script and content matter are too controversial.
Menken & Spencer's THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ to Open in Montreal June 2015Menken & Spencer's THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ to Open in Montreal June 2015
March 28, 2014

The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by David Spencer, is getting a second chance at a fully mounted production in Montreal this summer after its first attempt at a Broadway run in 1987.
Andrew Lloyd Webber Divides Really Useful Group to Maximize Global ReachAndrew Lloyd Webber Divides Really Useful Group to Maximize Global Reach
March 28, 2014

Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber's theatre company, The Really Useful Group, has split into two separate companies, the Telegraph reports. In a recent article, the Telegraph has revealed that a look at the company's accounts reveals a demerger in Webber's company. The Really Useful Group is now joined by a separate company, Really Useful Theatres, which is set to bring in millions through its programming at all its West End theatres - including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda.
McKellen, Stewart, Hilty, Groff, & More to Host BROADWAY BATTLES BULLYING Benefit, 4/14McKellen, Stewart, Hilty, Groff, & More to Host BROADWAY BATTLES BULLYING Benefit, 4/14
March 21, 2014

Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Patrick Stewart, Megan Hilty, Jonathan Groff, Mary-Louise Parker, and Paula Cole are set to present Broadway Battles Bullying, a benefit concert for the Michael Morones Foundation.
Photo Flash: IF/THEN's Idina Menzel Poses for Cover of Billboard MagazinePhoto Flash: IF/THEN's Idina Menzel Poses for Cover of Billboard Magazine
March 21, 2014

Idina Menzel, star of stage and screen, posed for this week's cover of Billboard Magazine - which declared her to be 'The (Not So) New 'It' Girl'. 'It' girl is spot on - Menzel's performance of Let it Go from the hit movie Frozen just recently cracked the Top 10 on Billboard's own Hot 100 chart, and Menzel recently returned to Broadway for the first time since her Tony Award-winning performance as Elphaba in Wicked.
Hawai'i Pacific University to Present HERITAGE, 4/4 - 4/27Hawai'i Pacific University to Present HERITAGE, 4/4 - 4/27
March 19, 2014

An ensemble play, 'Heritage' tells the story of Abraham Lincoln in a very different light. Spanning three generations, we discover the strength of character of the women and men who shaped the life of our sixteenth President, and the unmistakable impression that they each left upon his life and legacy.
UC College-Conservatory of Music Announces Opera Scholarship Competition WinnersUC College-Conservatory of Music Announces Opera Scholarship Competition Winners
March 19, 2014

Five voice students were named winners of the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music's (CCM) 2014 Opera Scholarship Competition, which was held Saturday, March 15, in UC's Corbett Auditorium. The annual competition welcomes current and incoming CCM voice students to compete for scholarships and cash prizes, and a panel of judges composed of opera industry professionals selects each year's class of prizewinners.
Cameron Mackintosh Eyes MY FAIR LADY and OLIVER! Remakes, MISS SAIGON FilmCameron Mackintosh Eyes MY FAIR LADY and OLIVER! Remakes, MISS SAIGON Film
March 14, 2014

Hot on the heels of Les Miserables' box office success, Broadway producer Cameron Mackintosh has set his sights on a film version of Miss Saigon, according to the Associated Press. He also told the AP in an interview that he wants to revisit My Fair Lady ('One day', Mackintosh said) and Oliver!, but conceded that the role of Fagin, which is extremely difficult to cast, may prove daunting.


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