Oh My! George Takei Visits Tyne Daly and David Hyde Pierce Backstage at It Shoulda Been You
Worlds collide as three TV icons pose together for photos.
Julianna Margulies, Neil Patrick Harris, and More Welcome Broadway's It Shoulda Been You
David Hyde Pierce directs the new musical, which stars Tyne Daly, Lisa Howard, Harriet Harris, and Sierra Boggess.
Here Comes the Mother-in-Law! Wedding-Themed It Shoulda Been You Set to Open
The new Broadway musical, which opens tonight, is directed by Tony and Emmy winner David Hyde Pierce.
Here Comes the Bride! Sierra Boggess, Tyne Daly, and Stars of It Shoulda Been You Meet the Press
The new Broadway musical, directed by David Hyde Pierce, also stars Harriet Harris, David Burtka, and Lisa Howard.
It Shoulda Been You Offers Valentine's Day Discount
Broadway's new romantic comedy gives even the dateless something to look forward to on February 14.
You Can't Take It With You's Julie Halston to Host 5th Annual Broadway Belts for PFF!
Broadway's Santino Fontana, Annaleigh Ashford, Betsy Wolfe, and more will perform at the benefit concert.
Montego Glover and Anne L. Nathan Join Broadway Cast of It Shoulda Been You
Josh Grisetti, Nick Spangler, and Chip Zien also join the ensemble of the new comedy directed by David Hyde Pierce.
Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris, Sierra Boggess, and David Burtka to Star in New Broadway Musical It Shoulda Been You
David Hyde Pierce directs the production, which originated at George Street Playhouse.
Christine Ebersole, Beth Leavel, and More to Remember the Late, Great Performer Elaine Stritch in Concert
Jeremy Benton, Hunter Ryan Herdlicka, and others will also be on hand to "Rise, Rise, Rise" at 54 Below.
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