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Turns Out That 30 Years Later Kevin Bacon Can Still Dance Like He Did in Footloose
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 24, 2014 · New York City

Jimmy Fallon announces that dancing has been outlawed on The Tonight Show the same day Bacon is scheduled as a guest. What a mistake.

Ramin Karimloo, Will Swenson, and More Bring Les Misérables Back to Broadway
By David Gordon · Mar 24, 2014 · New York City

The revival of the classic musical opened at the Imperial Theatre on March 23.

Sheryl Kaller on Mothers, McNally, and Billy Porter
By Iris Wiener · Mar 24, 2014 · New York City

The director of Broadway's Mothers and Sons talks about the universality of Terrence McNally's latest play and hints at her next project, While I Yet Live, by Kinky Boots' Billy Porter.

Mothers and Sons, Starring Tyne Daly, Opens Tonight on Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 24, 2014 · New York City

Tony winner Terrence McNally's latest play deals with the incredible changes in the lives of gay Americans in the last three decades.

Signature Theatre's Production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' Appropriate Extends
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 21, 2014 · New York City

The New York premiere, directed by Liesl Tommy, will run an additional week.

Make Way! Disney's Aladdin, Starring Adam Jacobs and Courtney Reed, Opens on Broadway
By David Gordon · Mar 21, 2014 · New York City

The new musical welcomed Tina Fey and Disney family members including John Lasseter, Bob Iger, Laura Michelle Kelly, and Sierra Boggess.

Connecting with Brecht (Part II)
By Michael Feingold · Mar 21, 2014 · New York City

Brecht's route from Stockholm to Berlin: via Helsinki, Hollywood, and Broadway.

A Moon for the Misbegotten
By Evan Henerson · Mar 20, 2014 · Los Angeles

With Joseph Fuqua, Rebekah Tripp, and Granville Van Dusen in fine form, Eugene O'Neill's swan song shines.

Extra! Extra! Newsies Celebrates Two Years on Broadway With Free Tickets
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 20, 2014 · New York City

As a special anniversary gift for fans, free tickets will be given to lucky winners before eight performances.

Norm Lewis Will Be Broadway's First-Ever African-American Phantom of the Opera
By David Gordon · Mar 20, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

Lewis will reunite with his Little Mermaid costar Sierra Boggess in the long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.