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  • Let It Be

    SHOW SYNOPSIS Hailing from London’s West End, Let It Be is Broadway’s access to a spectacular Beatles concert featuring the band’s greatest hits! The concert...

  • War Horse: A Stable Broadway Beginning

    The story of Black Beauty may well be a classic, but in terms of originality, emotional depth and giant pony puppets, ‘War Horse’ ticks all...

  • Dame Edna Everage Broadway Farewell

    Larger-than-life Aussie darling Dame Edna Everage has left the building as All About Me closed at the Henry Miller Theatre on April 4. The variety-style...

  • Broadway Gets West End Highlights

    With the always steady stream of shows from London arriving on Broadway and vice versa, we take a look at a few of the West...

  • Jude Law HAMLET Broadway’s Hot Ticket

    Jude Law is coming to Broadway as Hamlet. In a new Broadway season that is already blinding bright with stars, the announcement of Mr. Law...

  • BTV West End: 2011 Oliver Awards

    The 35th Olivier Awards wrapped up on March 13th, 2011 at London's Theatre Royal on Drury Lane. The energy was high at the event where...

  • Priscilla

    "I've never seen so much energy, and so much buzz in a room before, it was so exciting" says musical legend and actress Bette Midler...

  • Arcadia

    March 17 marked the return of Tom Stoppard's acclaimed, witty, and searing work, Arcadia, to Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in New York after...

  • Making of Sister Act

    “ is a musical masquerading as a movie, and it‘s the perfect show,” says producer Whoopi Goldberg, who starred in the original hit film,...

  • Arcadia On Broadway: Now And Then

    Tickets are now available through June 19 for a limited engagement of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, which has arrived on Broadway from the West End. Previews...

  • Phantom Celebrates 23 Years and Counting

    On January 26, 2011, The Phantom of the Opera celebrates its 23rd consecutive year of performances. Like its "phans," the principal actors of the current...

  • From Wicked Witch to Headshiztress: Two Sides of Oz

    There is something spellbinding about "Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West," Gregory Maguire's retelling of L Frank Baum's 1990...

  • Closing Time: Some Big Curtains Coming Down

    Despite all of the excitement of the current season just getting started and some new shows being announced (Waiting For Godot with Nathan Lane), it...

  • Harry Potter And The Blinded Horses

    The psychological thriller “Equus” starring Daniel Radcliffe has begun rehearsals for its Broadway opening. As part of the New York Times’ Times Talks, Radcliffe took...

  • The Tudors on Broadway? Almost

    Equus isn’t the only notable production transferring from London to New York this coming season. In the Spring of 2009, Friedrich Schiller’s celebrated play “Mary...