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PHOTO FLASH: Eliza Dushku, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Lin-Manuel Miranda, et al. at Opening of Bring It On
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 14, 2011
The national tour of Bring It On: The Musical opened at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, November 11. Among the ...
Cathy Rigby Flies Back to Neverland
By Nick Orlando · Nov 14, 2011
The star of Peter Pan discusses her iconic role as the boy who won't grow up.
Bring It On: The Musical
By Jonas Schwartz · Nov 12, 2011
This fast-paced musical set in the world of high school cheerleading is great fun.
PHOTO FLASH: Kathy Griffin, Mandy Patinkin et al. at the Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway Opening
By Tristan Fuge · Nov 11, 2011
On Thursday, November 10, Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway opened at the Broadhurst Theatre where it will play through January 1. ...
Dancer and Broadway Veteran Annabelle Lyon Has Died
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 11, 2011
Annabelle Lyon, a dancer who appeared on Broadway in numerous productions, died at her home in Massachusetts, according to The New York Times. She was 95. Lyon danced with ...
Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway
By Andy Propst · Nov 10, 2011
The Tony Award-winning star's two-hour singing-and-dancing extravaganza is simply astonishing.
TM EXCLUSIVE: Hear Follies Here 1st! Full track from PS Classics' new cast album
By Andy Propst · Nov 10, 2011
PS Classics has given TheaterMania an exclusive first listen to a full track from its forthcoming cast recording of the revival of Follies, which is featured ...
Nick Jonas to Guest Star on ABC's Last Man Standing
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 10, 2011
Nick Jonas (© Tristan Fuge) Pop star and Broadway actor Nick Jonas will guest-star on an upcoming Christmas-themed episode of ABC's Last Man Standing, a
Warren Carlyle, Back on Broadway
By Ellis Nassour · Nov 9, 2011
The director/choreographer discusses his work on Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway, Cotton Club Parade, Follies, and A Christmas Story, the Musical!
Eddie Murphy Withdraws as Oscar Host
By Dan Bacalzo · Nov 9, 2011
Eddie Murphy in Dreamgirls (© Dreamworks Pictures) Eddie Murphy has withdrawn as host of the 84th Annual Academy Awards, according to published reports.