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Pippin
By Sandy MacDonald · Jan 4, 2013
Tony Award nominee Diane Paulus' nimble cirque revival of the classic 70s musical, featuring Matthew James Thomas and Patina Miller, has all the magic of a Broadway hit. (And has announced it will land there March 23.)
James McAvoy and Claire Foy Will Lead Macbeth in London
By Andy Propst · Jan 4, 2013
Jamie Lloyd will direct Shakespeare's bloody tragedy.
John Boehner is ‘Master of the House'
By Sarah Moore · Jan 4, 2013
When Les Miz meets the just-averted fiscal cliff, it's a Tumblr win.
Final Bow: Hannah Sloat on Horsing Around with Broadway's War Horse
By David Gordon · Jan 4, 2013
The actress, who has been with the show from the beginning of its Broadway run, shares her memories of playing humans and the titular Joey.
Magic to Do! Broadway to See First Revival of Pippin This March
By David Gordon · Jan 4, 2013
The Stephen Schwartz/Roger O. Hirson Musical Will Transfer Directly From the American Repertory Theater in Massachusetts.
Wicked Becomes Broadway's Highest-Grossing Show for a Record Nine Years Straight
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 3, 2013
Ozian investors rejoicify as Wicked dominates the Broadway box office and approaches $3 Billion in ticket sales worldwide.
Austin Pendleton Directs and Stars in Play about Lobotomies and Cannibalism
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 3, 2013
The acclaimed actor and director will play Dr. Cukrowicz in Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer, in addition to directing.
Ben Sprecher Still Hoping to Bring Rebecca the Musical to Broadway
By David Gordon · Jan 2, 2013
Post fraud-scheme, the producer gives it a fourth try.
Final Bow: Looking Backwards and Forwards With Broadway's Dead Accounts Star Norbert Leo Butz
By David Gordon · Jan 2, 2013
The two-time Tony Award winner on food, family, Wicked fans, and the upcoming revival of The Last Five Years.
Broadway's Peter and the Starcatcher Transfers to New World Stages
By David Gordon · Jan 2, 2013
The Tony Award-winning adventure epic will continue on off-Broadway.