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How to Get to Broadway Without Going to Broadway--Guest Blog By Luisa Lyons

I am a theatre addict. Specifically, a musical theatre addict. I grew up on a diet of movie musicals, listened to cast recordings on repeat, and of course, was a part of every musical theatre production available to me.  636 more words

Broadway Review: Mark Rylance in 'Farinelli and the King'

There’s not much to Claire van Kampen’s simplistic script for “Farinelli and the King,” the play now running on Broadway after premiering at Shakespeare’s Globe… 494 more words

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Lin-Manuel Miranda just dropped a new "Hamilton" album—but there's a catch

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda knows a thing or two about spreading everyday joy. The almost-EGOT winner (he was nominated for a 2017 Academy Award for Best Original Song, but no dice) greets his two million Twitter followers every morning with Tweets like these, like love notes your mom used to pack in your lunchbox: 451 more words

revisiting 936 Broadway

A few months ago I asked “preservation or progress?”

What do you think of the finished project?

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UK Tour - Miss Saigon *BWAY COMPARISON*

As promised, here is my review of the UK Tour of Miss Saigon and comparison to the current Broadway showing. I viewed the opening performance at the Cardiff leg of the tour, and sat in the second row of the circle, which was a perfect seat. 512 more words

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Why Musicals Can’t Keep Their Hands Off of Literature

Written by Kevin LaTorre

Sunday afternoon in the B. Iden Payne Theatre, UT’s Theatre and Dance Department closed The Drowsy Chaperone, its farcical tribute to musical theatre. 646 more words

Literature