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Merry Christmas from TheaterMania.
TheaterMania goes behind the scenes at the Majestic Theatre with the longtime Broadway leading man.
Especially if you're a dancing camel.
Kendrick plays Cinderella, with Pine her Prince Charming.
Watch the pair tunefully spar before catching them onstage at the American Airlines Theatre.
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The Into the Woods star will be celebrating more than a film premiere this holiday season.
The talk show is hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, and Aisha Tyler.
It's Christmas in Connecticut.
Frederick Weller, Charlie Carver, Reggie Watts, and others will also participate in the theatrical experiment.
Tony nominee Todd Graff will pen a new musical series for the CW.
The playwright and drag legend will ring in the new year with music and humor.
The Tony-nominated play is remounted in the Garden State.
The Snapple Theater's tenants have a full holiday schedule.
This is what it sounds like when #Klendez does Christmas.
The award-winning series will once again play house at 54 Below.
After nearly four years, the pair says goodbye to onstage bars, broken guitars, and Raglan Road.
This Broadway veteran knows how to make a song (and cabaret venue) her own.
Frank Loesser's holiday classic comes to life at Carnegie Hall.
Peter Morgan's regal play will now begin previews on Valentine's Day.
Glee...Frozen...power belting...What more do you need?
Joe DiPietro's play is inspired by Garson Kanin's Peccadillo.
The Tony-winning composer will premiere new works during the broadcast performance.
Lisa D'Amour's drama plays Chicago before opening on Broadway.
See the Tony winner in her natural habitat alongside her parents.