flashback friday

Flashback Friday: After 11,000 Performances, We Take a Look at Where It All Started for The Phantom of the Opera
By Editorial Staff · Jul 11, 2014

Who could have known that the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical would go on to hold the record for the most performances in Broadway history?

Flashback Friday: A July 4 Tribute to Our Favorite Founding Father, Mr. Feeny
By Editorial Staff · Jul 4, 2014

Before William Daniels became a beloved educator, he was John Adams.

Flashback Friday: Lindsay Lohan Has Been Preparing for Her West End Debut Since Mean Girls
By Editorial Staff · Jun 27, 2014

As the film actress prepares to take the London stage, we remember the first time she tread the boards.

Flashback Friday: Meryl Streep Last Sang for Director Mike Nichols in Postcards From the Edge
By Editorial Staff · Jun 20, 2014

Between her role in the Into the Woods film and her upcoming portrayal of Maria Callas in HBO's Master Class, the actress' voice is getting quite a workout.

Flashback Friday: Rodgers & Hammerstein's Perfect Song About Fatherhood Sung by One of Broadway's Most Imperfect Fathers
By Editorial Staff · Jun 13, 2014

Celebrate Father's Day with John Raitt's rendition of Carousel's "Soliloquy."

Flashback Friday: Current Nominees Idina Menzel and Jefferson Mays Are No Strangers to the Drama Desk Awards
By Editorial Staff · May 30, 2014

Now that the days of Wicked competition are over, we're sure Kristin Chenoweth is rooting for her old friend.

Flashback Friday: Norm Lewis and Sierra Boggess Are Taking Phantom's Daddy Issues to a Whole New Level
By Hayley Levitt · May 16, 2014

The former Little Mermaid costars redefine their relationship in The Phantom of the Opera.

Flashback Friday: Will the Tonys Throw Jason Robert Brown Another Parade in 2014?
By Editorial Staff · May 2, 2014

Jason Robert Brown, writer of the Tony-nominated The Bridges of Madison County score, received his first nod in 1999 for Parade.