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Given the massive amount of hype it generated, it’s difficult to believe that “Orphans” has received such a lackluster response on Broadway.
In fact the production, starring Alec Baldwin, Tom Sturridge, and Ben Foster, will actually close on May 19th rather than the original date of June 30th.
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Fitting in a matinee, Katy Perry headed over to the Tony-nominated show “Kinky Boots” in New York City on Wednesday afternoon (May 1).
The “Firework” singer donned a floral dress with strappy shoes as she quickly made her way past the awaiting paparazzi before heading into the Broadway theatre.
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Each year there’s fierce competition to determine the best and brightest of Broadway, and the 2013 Tony Awards committee just revealed the new batch of hopefuls.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Sutton Foster rattled off the various nominees this morning (April 30), and of course, “Kinky Boots” is the darling of the year thanks to an impressive 13 nominations overall.
It’s one of the most beloved underdog stories of all time, and “Rocky” is getting the Broadway treatment beginning next spring.
According to an announcement over the weekend, “Rocky: The Musical” will hit the Winter Garden Theater for previews in February 2014, with opening night scheduled for March.
We may see Emma Stone in a brand new light. According to the Daily News, the 24-year-old actress is in talks to star in a “Cabaret” revival on Broadway.
According to reports, the “Easy A” star is in negotiations to portray Sally Bowles in a Roundabout Theatre Company performance of the legendary show.
Stepping out to enjoy the return of a Broadway favorite, Debra Messing, Ricky Martin, and Jane Krakowski attended opening night of "Pippin" at the Music Box Theatre on Thursday (April 25).
Taking in the sights and sounds of Broadway, Lindsay Lohan paid a visit to the “Orphans” stage in New York City on Tuesday (April 23).
The “Mean Girls” star posed backstage with Alec Baldwin before he took the stage for the new Big Apple play.
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Stepping out to enjoy a theatrical night on the town, Dakota Fanning, Winona Ryder and Sienna Miller were all on hand for the opening night of "Orphans" on Broadway in New York City on Thursday (April 18).