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For anyone making an upcoming trip to NYC-these are the Must See’s-To-Be…..

SPRING AWAKENING

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Fresh Press

Review: Equinox presents 'Bonnie and Clyde' at The Bug Theatre

Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical is a love story, first and foremost. One that plays off the popularity of the outlaw couple amongst otherwise God-fearing folk.  759 more words

Reviews

Review: ‘West Side Story’ at the PACE Center in Parker through Aug. 2

Summer is a perfect time for civic theatres to produce large-scale musicals. School is out, the professional companies are mostly on hiatus, the talent pool is larger, and so are the potential audiences. 758 more words

Reviews

Rumer Willis To Make Broadway Debut As Roxie Hart In 'Chicago'

Dancing With The Stars winner Rumer Willis will make her Broadway debut on August 18, when she joins the cast of Chicago, the long-running revival at the Shubert-owned Ambassador Theatre. 189 more words

Breaking News

Stuart Scott’s Daughters Continue To Lend Their Voices To Help Fight Cancer

Taelor and Sydni Scott, the daughters of the late Stuart Scott talk to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about their efforts to lend their voices to help raise cancer awareness. 39 more words

National

REVIEW: Evergreen Players' 'Forbidden Broadway' is a hoot and a holler for the initiated

Back when I was performing in yet another cheap dinner theater revival of Fiddler on the Roof, around week ten and long after whatever showbiz mystique had once existed had worn thin, those of us with too much time on our hands backstage began substituting Tevye’s lyrics “They gave each other a pledge” with “They sprayed each other with Pledge.” 1,074 more words

REVIEW: Evergreen Players' 'Forbidden Broadway' is a hoot and a holler for the initiated

Back when I was performing in yet another cheap dinner theater revival of Fiddler on the Roof, around week ten and long after whatever showbiz mystique had once existed had worn thin, those of us with too much time on our hands backstage began substituting Tevye’s lyrics “They gave each other a pledge” with “They sprayed each other with Pledge.” 1,074 more words