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Top Tracks: 3 Tunes From TREVOR: THE MUSICAL You Can’t Miss

The film capture dropped on Disney+ June 24, with an Original Cast Album now available. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Awards
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Behind the Scenes at the Jimmy Awards From Rehearsals to the Minskoff

Theatrely follows—and interviews—the students and adults who make The Jimmys one of Broadway’s best nights. 

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Stage Door Speed Round
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Stage Door Speed Round: MACBETH’S Bobbi MacKenzie

Check out the star answering our questions in Theatrely’s video series. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Opinion
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Grosses Wrap-Up: Where Was Post-Tonys Bump?

The unusual highs and lows for Broadway’s box office numbers following the 2022 Tony Awards.

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Max Sauberman

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March 24, 2022

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New York
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Troy Anthony on Healing with THE REVIVAL at The Shed

Theatrely's spoke with Troy Anthony, the mind behind The Fire Ensemble and The Revival: Our Duty To Serve at the Shed.

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Juan Michael Porter II

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October 21, 2021

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Broadway
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Broadway's Newest Roxie: Emma Pittman on Stepping Into CHICAGO

Emma Pittman, winner of "The Search for Roxie Hart" talks with Theatrely about stepping into Chicago as the blonde bombshell murderer.

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Meg Masseron

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May 22, 2022

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Opinion
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Why did the Tonys Reward A STRANGE LOOP This Year, But Not SLAVE PLAY Last Year?

Michael R. Jackson's Pulitzer Prize–winning musical won two awards on Broadway's Biggest Night. Nathan Pugh explores its success compared to Slave Play at the Tony Awards.

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Nathan Pugh

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June 29, 2021

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Tony Awards
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Road to the Red Carpet—Rob McClure Goes to The Tonys | Photo Journal

The Mrs. Doubtfire Tony nominee got ready at home before heading down to Radio City Music Hall. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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Watch Shoshana Bean Get Ready for the Tony Awards

The Tony nominee went full glam at the Carlyle Hotel on her way to Radio City Music Hall.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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Theatrely’s 2022 Tony Awards Viewing Guide 

How to watch the ceremony, who’s presenting and performing, and more. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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Tonys Encyclopedia: Specialty Cocktails at the 2022 Nominated Broadway Shows

Save time by having your order ready to go at shows like A Strange Loop, Paradise Square, and Six. 

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Tony Awards
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A Spotlight on the 2022 Tony Nominees for Featured Actor in a Musical

These men are dressed to the nines ahead of Broadway’s Biggest Night on June 12.

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December 21, 2021

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Tony Awards
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Watch ‘So Much to See’ Music Video in Celebration of the 75th Annual Tony Awards

The original song from Theatrely pays tribute to Broadway’s historic return following an 18-month shutdown. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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Theatrely’s 2022 Tony Awards Drinking Game

Cheers! What’s an awards show without a checklist to celebrate the best of Broadway? 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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The Most Transformative Angela Lansbury Experiences for a Theatre Lover

Five-time Tony winner Angela Lansbury is receiving a special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement this year.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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A Love Letter to A STRANGE LOOP

Theatrely is celebrating all six Tony nominees for Best Musical by writing an ode to each one. Next up in the series is a fan tribute to Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize–winning musical.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Interview
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Tamika Lawrence on the Past and Future In Her Own Words

From Studio 54 to The Pershing Square Signature Center, now to HBO Max and your Instagram feed, you’ve definitely seen her this season.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Tony Awards
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A Love Letter to MR. SATURDAY NIGHT 

Theatrely is celebrating all six Tony nominees for Best Musical by writing a letter to each one. The final ode in this series is dedicated to Billy Crystal’s adaptation of the 1992 hit movie. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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An Expert's Take
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An Expert’s Take: The Brooklyn Cyclones Catch TAKE ME OUT

In this new series, experts in their field visit a show to write about how realistic and well-done a job is represented on stage. Brooklyn Cyclones staff went to the Helen Hayes Theater to see the Tony-nominated revival of Take Me Out.

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Tony Awards
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A Love Letter to MJ The Musical

Theatrely is celebrating all six Tony nominees for Best Musical by writing an ode to each one. Next up in the series is an ode to the bio-musical about the King of Pop.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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Tonys Encyclopedia: All the 2022 Nominees Who Visited the LAW & ORDER Universe

We all know that the Law & Order TV universe is a safe haven for theatre performers looking to be on screen. Check out which episodes feature 2022 Tony Award nominees Sam Rockwell, Sutton Foster, Patti LuPone, and more.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Tony Awards
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75 Years Later: Predicting What the 2097 Tony Awards Will Look Like

In honor of the Tony Awards’ 75th anniversary, we looked into our crystal (diamond?) ball. 

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: A STRANGE LOOP’s John-Michael Lyles

This week, we caught up with John-Michael Lyles from A Strange Loop to spend an afternoon with him.

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Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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Tony Awards
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How Uzo Aduba Connected With Everyone on CLYDE’S 

The Emmy winner and 2022 Tony nominee reveals her favorite sandwich and what she hopes to do on stage next. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Opinion
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MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG: Dream Casting Frank and Mary

Our top picks to join Daniel Radcliffe in New York Theatre Workshop Off-Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Tony Awards
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A Love Letter to SIX: THE MUSICAL

Theatrely is celebrating all six Tony nominees for Best Musical by writing a letter to each one. Next up in the series is an ode to Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss' history lesson-turned-concert extravaganza.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Tony Awards
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A Love Letter to PARADISE SQUARE

Theatrely is celebrating all six Tony nominees for Best Musical by writing an ode to each one. Next up in the series is a fan tribute to the rousing musical set in NYC’s Five Points.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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On Screen
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Nick Adams’ Character Is Queer and Catty in FIRE ISLAND

The Broadway favorite plays a delicious antagonist in Joel Kim Booster’s contemporary retelling of Pride and Prejudice. Plus, an update on his star turn in Drag: The Musical. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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How Sharon D Clarke Uses a Metaphorical Mirror to Change the World

The Caroline, or Change Tony nominee talks about her time in Studio 54—and what audiences can expect next from her. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Off-Broadway
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Mansa Ra Builds Multi-Generational Bridges in ...WHAT THE END WILL BE

The play is currently running Off-Broadway at Roundabout Theatre Company's Laura Pels Theatre.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG’s Jesse Aaronson

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. Get to know a bit more about Jesse in his #DayOffDiary: 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Tony Awards
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Jeannette Bayardelle on Bob Dylan, Backstage Mishaps, and Her Tony Nomination

The Girl From the North Country scene stealer also chats with Theatrely about her favorite Broadway diva and how the musical has changed over time.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Washington D.C.
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Eric Ruffin, Tina Fabrique, and Kim Bey on Mosaic's MARYS SEACOLE and Black Women Care Work

Eric Ruffin, Tina Fabrique, and Kim Bey chat Marys Seacole at Mosaic Theatre with Theatrely.

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Nathan Pugh

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June 29, 2021

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Tony Awards
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A Toast! Theatrely Celebrates 2022 Tony Nominees 

The nominees for the 75th annual Tony Awards have been announced and there’s a lot to celebrate. Inside, the Theatrely team has selected a few of its favorite nominations that they’ll be toasting this evening. 

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Opinion
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WISH YOU WERE HERE Honors Immigrant Stories and Ideas of Home–OPINION

Sanaz Toosi's exploration of the Iran-Iraq War, and its affect on five women debating whether to emigrate, challenged Alexi Chacon's own ideas about his father's immigrant's story. Wish You Were Here is currently running Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons.

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Alexi Chacon

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March 31, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: FOR COLORED GIRLS…’s D. Woods

We caught up with D. Woods from for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf to spend an afternoon with her. Get to know her a bit more in this week's #DayOffDiary.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Interview
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INTO THE WOODS’ Breakout Kennedy Kanagawa on Milky White, Backstage Antics, More

Standing out among a star-studded cast that includes Heather Headley, Neil Patrick Harris, Gavin Creel, Denée Benton, and Sara Bareilles is no easy feat. Learn more about the Encores! production, now playing at New York City Center.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Off-Broadway
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How James Ijames and Saheem Ali Found The Perfect Recipe for FAT HAM

The Public Theater production of the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Drama winner is now playing. The story moves Hamlet down South, making Shakespeare’s prince a Black and queer young lad. 

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Off-Broadway
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SCOTUS Draft Raises Stakes for OH GOD, A SHOW ABOUT ABORTION

Comedian Alison Leiby’s solo show is now playing Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre. The artist spoke to Theatrely about performing through a change in current events.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH’s Paige Gilbert

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Paige Gilbert from The Skin of Our Teeth to spend an afternoon with her.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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An Expert's Take
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An Expert’s Take: Claire Saffitz on Baking in BIRTHDAY CANDLES

In this new series, experts in their field visit a show to write about how realistic and well-done a job is represented on stage. Food author, chef, and personality Claire Saffitz visited the American Airlines Theatre to see Debra Messing in Birthday Candles.

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Claire Saffitz

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May 27, 2022

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Tony Awards
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The 2022 Tony Nominees Sparkle in Diamond-Themed Portraits | Photo Journal 

Check out our complete collection, including photos of Joaquina Kalukango, Jennifer Simard, and Rob McClure. Dozens of nominees sat down with Theatrely on Tony nominees press day.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Tony Awards
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Tonys Encyclopedia: All the 2022 Tony-Nominated Performers’ Hometowns

To celebrate the 45 performers who earned a 2022 Tony nomination for their performances this season, we dug deep into the archives to find out where these Broadway stars came from.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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DRINKS WITH A DRAMATURG: Raja Feather Kelly, A STRANGE LOOP Choreographer

In the first installment of “Drinks With a Dramaturg,” Theatrely’s feature contributor and go-to dramaturg Amanda Marie Miller met Raja Feather Kelly at Glass House Tavern for an “efficient” martini. Watch their conversation below:

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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On Screen
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Aaron Tveit, Kelli O’Hara, Myles Frost, More Share Inspiration Behind MISCAST22 Song Choices

The special event, one of Broadway’s favorite nights, will stream from May 22-25. The concert also included Audra McDonald, Shoshana Bean, and Lea Michele.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: PLAZA SUITE’s Molly Ranson

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Molly Ranson from the Broadway revival of Plaza Suite to spend an afternoon with her.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Opinion
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A Love Letter to GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY

Theatrely is celebrating all six Tony nominees for Best Musical by writing an ode to each one. Kicking off the series is this heartfelt tribute to the Bob Dylan jukebox musical from Conor McPherson.

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Nolan Boggess

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December 13, 2021

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Broadway
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The Ikettes of TINA Bond Over Sisterhood, Music, and Fashion

Ari Groover, Leandra Ellis-Gaston, Ayla Ciccone-Burton, and Holli’ Conway chat about their roles in one of Broadway’s most rockin’ musicals. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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On Screen
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Gavin Creel Chats AMERICAN HORROR STORIES and Kissing His Bestie Aaron Tveit

For any fan of Broadway, Gavin Creel is certainly a name you will know. From Thoroughly Modern Millie to She Loves Me and Waitress, The Book of Mormon, and his Tony winning performance in Hello Dolly!, Creel has cemented himself firmly in the American Musical Theatre canon. For his latest role, he has taken a turn to the darker side in American Horror Stories, a new anthology series on FX.

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Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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New York
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Watch The 2022 ROGER REES AWARDS Livestream

The day has finally arrived! Tune in today, May 22, 2022 starting at 3:00pm EST for the 12th Annual Roger Rees Awards for Excellence in Student Performance, streaming right here at Theatrely. 

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Interview
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Shoshana Bean Talks About Originating a Role on Broadway

The Mr. Saturday Night star talks about her character, Susan Young, and why the role is a bit different from what you see in the movie. The musical is currently playing at the Nederlander Theatre.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: THE VAGRANT TRILOGY’s Mona Mansour

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. When it comes to playwrights, though, the work never stops. Still, we managed to catch up with Mona Mansour from The Vagrant Trilogy and spend an afternoon with her. Get to know a bit more about Mona in her #DayOffDiary.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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New York
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Neil Patrick Harris, Sara Bareilles, and All-Star Cast Chat INTO THE WOODS 

Get a sneak peek of Heather Headley, Shereen Pimentel, Gavin Creel, Julia Lester, and more in rehearsals for the New York City Center Encores! staging. Performances begin May 4. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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On Screen
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11 Hilarious Tweets About WICKED Movie Being Split Into 2 Parts

Cynthia Erivo will star as Elphaba opposite Ariana Grande as Glinda in the Wicked movie. Director Jon M. Chu is aiming for a December 2024 release with Part 1.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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On Screen
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Sara Bareilles and Stars of GIRLS5EVA Pick a Musical for Their Character

Renée Elise Goldsberry, Busy Philipps, and Paula Pell explain why Sweeney Todd, Hedda Gabler, and Waitress are just a few perfect vehicles for their alter egos. Plus, an update on doing a musical episode. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Opinion
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The Tonys Should Nominate These Featured Actresses of CAROLINE, OR CHANGE and A STRANGE LOOP – Opinion

Two major Broadway musicals this year featured transcendent performances by supporting players. Here's a case for three of them: Tamika Lawrence, Samantha Williams, and L Morgan Lee.

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Nathan Pugh

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June 29, 2021

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Interview
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Ethan Slater Blocked Stephen Sondheim From Sitting Down in ASSASSINS Rehearsals

The Tony nominee ended up face-to-face with the composer-lyricist by accident. Learn more from Ethan as Theatrely sits down to chat ahead of the Assassins benefit concert May 9 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Music
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Top Tracks: 3 Songs From SIX: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT You Must Listen to 

The Six on Broadway original cast album is finally here! Recorded on opening night, it features Adrianna Hicks, Andrea Macasaet, Abby Mueller, Brittney Mack, Samantha Pauly, Anna Uzele, and more.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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See Joy Woods and Keri René Fuller Take First Bow at SIX | Photo Journal

There are some new queens in town at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where the popular musical Six is currently playing. Joy Woods stepped into the role of Catherine Parr April 14 while Keri René Fuller temporarily took over as Jane Seymour. Also starring are original Broadway cast members Adrianna Hicks as Catherine of Aragon, Andrea Macasaet as Anne Boleyn, Brittney Mack as Anna of Cleves, and Samantha Pauly as Katherine Howard. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Life’s Candy! Check Out Opening Night at FUNNY GIRL on Broadway | Photo Journal

Beanie Feldstein, Ramin Karimloo, Jane Lynch, Jared Grimes, and the cast of Funny Girl celebrated their big Broadway opening night April 24. The musical revival is now playing at the August Wilson Theatre.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Regional
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Jackie Burns Embraces the Unexpected in A WALK ON THE MOON

Broadway favorite Jackie Burns is now leading A Walk On The Moon at George Street Playhouse in New Jersey.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Broadway
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WATCH: The Ladies of POTUS Preview Laughs, Shocks, More

Theatrely chatted with Lilli Cooper, Rachel Dratch, Lea DeLaria, Julianne Hough, Suzy Nakamura, Julie White, and Vanessa Williams, ahead of the show’s debut at the Shubert. Performances begin April 14.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Watch Jesse Williams, Patrick J. Adams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, More Play Strike Me Out

The stars of Take Me Out on Broadway guess which baseball terms work on the stage in this video from opening night. The play was recently extended two weeks through June 11 at the Hayes Theater.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Debra Messing and BIRTHDAY CANDLES Cast Celebrate Opening Night | Photo Journal

The Broadway premiere of Noah Haidle’s Birthday Candles, starring Debra Messing, opened April 10 at the American Airlines Theatre. The play also features Enrico Colantoni, John Earl Jelks, Crystal Finn, Susannah Flood, and Christopher Livingston. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: BEETLEJUICE’S Dana Steingold

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Dana Steingold from Beetlejuice to spend an afternoon with her. Get to know a bit more about Dana in her #DayOffDiary.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Interview
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The Power of Stephanie Hsu

The star of Everything, Everywhere All at Once talks about how theatre prepared her for film, why she’s hesitant to return to Broadway, and more. The A24 movie is in theatres now.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Industry
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Broadway Grosses Are Back…Here’s What They Mean | OPINION 

The Broadway League began releasing gross numbers again in March, allowing fans and industry insiders to again pore over the numbers and theorize on which shows’ futures looked bright—and which might be headed for closing.

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Joey Sims

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April 11, 2022

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Regional
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A New Production of FIDELIO Could Change Opera Forever

The LA Philharmonic is partnering with Deaf West Theatre to present a semi-staged production of Beethoven’s Fidelio April 14–16 at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Led by Gustavo Dudamel, the production is Deaf West’s first opera and was created specifically for both Deaf and hearing audiences. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Los Angeles
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Graham Phillips Is Ready For the Party—Even If His Character Isn’t 

The star plays Nick in the Geffen Playhouse production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in Los Angeles. The play also stars Calista Flockhart as Martha, Zachary Quinto as George, and Aimee Carrero as Honey. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: SUFFS’ Hannah Cruz

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Hannah Cruz from Suffs to spend an afternoon with her. Get to know a bit more about Hannah in her #DayOffDiary.

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Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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Broadway
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HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE's Mary-Louise Parker and Cast on Opening Night | Photo Journal

Mary-Louise Parker, Robert Morse, Johanna Day, and the cast of How I Learned to Drive celebrated opening night on Broadway April 19. The Pulitzer Prize–winning play by Paula Vogel is now playing at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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National Tour
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Quick Questions with Jacqueline Novak of GET ON YOUR KNEES

Jacqueline Novak, creator and star of comedy show Get On Your Knees, discusses touring, Madonna, and her favorite emoji.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Off-Broadway
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DOWNTON ABBEY star Lesley Nicol Reduced a Drag Queen to Tears

The stage and screen favorite is coming to NYC with a new autobiographical musical, How The Hell Did I Get Here?. Performances of the solo show begin April 20 at The McKittrick Hotel’s Cable Car in NYC.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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WATCH: Debra Messing, Noah Haidle, More Cast and Crew Discuss BIRTHDAY CANDLES

A lot of ingredients, both literal and metaphorical, are going into the Broadway premiere of Noah Haidle’s Birthday Cakes. Prior to the play’s debut, starting March 18 at the American Airlines Theatre ahead of an April 10 opening, the cast and crew got together to discuss the work. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Go On The Scene of BEETLEJUICE’s Reopening Night | Photo Journal

The Ghost-with-the-Most is officially back in town! Last night, Beetlejuice reopened on Broadway now at the Marquis Theatre. Directed by Alex Timbers and based off the beloved Tim Burton film, the musical follows our favorite stripe wearing demon as he haunts those living and deceased while trying to get to the Netherworld.

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Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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Washington D.C.
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Parker Esse Choreographs A New CATCH ME IF YOU CAN at Arena Stage

Catch Me If You Can is playing through April 17 at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. Theatrely chatted with choreographer Parker Esse about the new perspective this production brings to the beloved musical.

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Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Industry
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COVID-19 Surge Provides Upsides and Downers On Broadway and Beyond

The pandemic, still rampaging across the world, has once again been messing with the theatre industry. A number of delays, canceled performances, and calls for understudies have producers and fans apprehensive of the upcoming Tony season. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Theatre
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How Donja R. Love Is Using Sex, Healing, and Surrealism to Make Art in Theatre

Donja R. Love often centers his work on exploring the queer experiences through the lens of Black and Brown bodies. His latest pieces, i need space and soft, do that through two different mediums that allowed the theatremaker to push his craft further than ever before. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Broadway Celebrates Home Team as TAKE ME OUT Opens | Photo Journal

See photos of Jesse Williams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Patrick J. Adams, and more on opening night of Take Me Out. The revival is currently playing at 2nd Stage's Hayes Theater.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Day Off Diary
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Day Off Diary: BIRTHDAY CANDLES’ Christopher Livingston

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Christopher Livingston from Birthday Candles to spend an afternoon with him. Get to know a bit more about Chris in his #DayOffDiary.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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How THE LITTLE PRINCE Is Unlike Anything on Broadway

The cast and creative team of The Little Prince—now playing at the Broadway Theatre—invite audiences to go on a journey of nostalgia, art, and more. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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On the Scene Exclusive—MRS. DOUBTFIRE Cast Album Recording | Photo Journal 

Check out photos of original Broadway cast of Mrs. Doubtfire in the studio making their original Broadway cast recording. The musical returns to the Stephen Sondheim Theatre April 14. 

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Cast of PARADISE SQUARE Celebrates Opening Night | Photo Journal

Check out photos of Joaquina Kalukango, Chilina Kennedy, and more from opening night of Paradise Square on Broadway. The new musical is now playing at the Barrymore Theatre.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Stage Door Speed Round
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Stage Door Speed Round: SIX’s Samantha Pauly

Watch Samantha Pauly, currently starring as Katherine Howard in SIX on Broadway, answer our questions at the stage door while she signs some autographs.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Go on the Scene of PLAZA SUITE's Opening Night | Photo Journal

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, John Benjamin Hickey, and more celebrated the occasion on stage, while Broadway favorites walked the red carpet prior to the performance at the Hudson Theatre.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
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Checked Out Of PLAZA SUITE — Review

Theatrely's Broadway review of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. Directed by John Benjamin Hickey, the classic comedy is now in performance at the Hudson Theatre in New York City.

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Juan A. Ramirez

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December 13, 2021

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On Screen
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Kathleen Marshall Offers Sneak Preview of ANYTHING GOES in Cinemas

The Sutton Foster-led Anything Goes was captured in London last summer. It is set to play in movie theatres across the U.S. on March 27 and 30.

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Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Awards
Features

Broadway Meets The Oscars Red Carpet 2022 | Fashion Breakdown

Theatrely's fashion critic celebrates Oscar red carpet gowns worn by Ariana DeBose, Rita Moreno, Rachel Zegler, and more. Plus, ‍Timotheé Chalamet and Andrew Garfield paved the way for men's fashion.

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Jake Sokoloff

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March 29, 2022

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Broadway
Features

WATCH: AMERICAN BUFFALO'S Darren Criss, Laurence Fishburne, and Sam Rockwell Play This or That

The stars of AMERICAN BUFFALO on Broadway (Darren Criss, Laurence Fishburne, and Sam Rockwell) sat down with Theatrely to play a game of This or That. Previews of the David Mamet play began March 22 ahead of an April 14 opening. 

By

Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Music
Features

Top Tracks: 5 Songs From BACK TO THE FUTURE - THE MUSICAL

As a longtime fan of the Back to the Future movie (forget the sequels), I was both suspicious and excited about the musical. Now that the Original Cast Recording is out for all to hear, I can at least confirm that the music retains that groovy rockabilly sound from the movie and adds in a 21st century flair. Below are my top top tracks from the album. 

By

Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
Features

Newsies—An Oral History: How It All Happened

Theatrely presents an oral history of Newsies, from its scrappy beginnings, to a bonafide Broadway hit, and its legacy beyond. Read interviews with Jeremy Jordan, Harvey Fierstein, Kara Lindsay, Alan Menken, Tom Schumacher, and over 50 others involved in the musical.

By

Amanda Marie Miller

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March 24, 2022

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Opinion
Features

DRIVE MY CAR is the Definitive Theatre Film of 2021 | OPINION

An opinion piece from Nathan Pugh on the Oscar nominated film Drive My Car and why it just might be the definite theatre film of 2021.

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Nathan Pugh

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June 29, 2021

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Interview
Features

Nadia Brown and Jenny Makholm Preview Their New TV Series About Arts Workers

The star of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child hosts The Green Room with Nadia Brown, a partnership with Be An #ArtsHero/Arts Workers United. The series premiered March 23 on Ovation TV.

By

Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
Features

WATCH: Beanie Feldstein Belts in FUNNY GIRL Sneak Peek

The first-ever Broadway revival of Funny Girl begins previews March 26 at the August Wilson Theatre. Co-starring are Ramin Karimloo, Jane Lynch, and Jared Grimes. 

By

Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Broadway
Features

Celebrate Stephen Sondheim’s Birthday With These Musical Illustrations

Luca Bonacci captures key moments from Broadway shows like Company, West Side Story, Assassins, and more in a tribute to the composer-lyricist. Mr. Sondheim was born March 22, 1930, and passed away in November last year.

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Theatrely Editorial Board

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December 21, 2021

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Day Off Diary
Features

Day Off Diary: JUST FOR US’ Alex Edelman

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Alex Edelman from Just For Us to spend an afternoon with him. Get to know a bit more about Alex in his #DayOffDiary.

By

Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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On Screen
Features

Kelli O’Hara on THE GILDED AGE and Broadway Work Ethic

Theatrely chats with Kelli O'Hara who stars as Aurora Fane on HBO's The Gilded Age by Julian Fellowes.

By

Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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National Tour
Features

WATCH: Meet the Cast of MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL Tour

Check out what Courtney Reed, Conor Ryan, and more are packing ahead of hitting the road in Mouline Rouge! The Musical North American National Tour. Performances begin March 19 in Chicago.

By

Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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Day Off Diary
Features

Day Off Diary: COME FROM AWAY’s Emily Walton

For many performers, after a long 8-show week, their one day off is time to rest and recharge. This week, we caught up with Emily Walton from Come From Away to spend an afternoon with her. Get to know a bit more about Emily in her #DayOffDiary.

By

Kobi Kassal

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December 13, 2021

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Broadway
Features

WATCH: THE MINUTES Is “Battle Royale for America’s Soul”

Jessie Mueller, Noah Reid, the cast and director of The Minutes chat with Theatrely about the dark comedy coming to Broadway. Previews begin April 2 at Studio 54 in New York City.

By

Dan Meyer

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June 5, 2022

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