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  • Ingrid Michaelson

    CONCERT REVIEW: INGRID MICHAELSON LAUNCHES ‘STRANGER SONGS’ IN NYC

    For Ingrid Michaelson, Stranger Things is much more than just her favorite series to binge on Netflix. It’s also the inspiration…

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  • Tootsie

    ROAD TO THE TONY AWARDS 2019: TOOTSIE

    This Sunday (June 9th), the 73rd Annual Tony Awards will take place at Radio City Musical Hall in New York…

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  • The Prom

    ROAD TO THE TONY AWARDS 2019: THE PROM

    This year, the Tony Awards will take place on June 9 at Radio City Musical Hall in New York City.…

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  • Ain't Too Proud

    ROAD TO THE TONY AWARDS 2019: AIN’T TOO PROUD

    This year, the Tony Awards will take place on June 9 at Radio City Musical Hall in New York City.…

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  • Beetlejuice

    ROAD TO THE TONY AWARDS 2019: BEETLEJUICE

    For some people, it’s all about the Super Bowl. For others, it’s all about the Oscars or the Grammys. But…

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  • Oklahoma!

    REVIEW: ‘OKLAHOMA!’ RETURNS TO BROADWAY!

    The hottest ticket on Broadway this season is for a show that first premiered over seventy-five years ago. The latest…

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  • Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

    EXCLUSIVE: REVIEW OF BROADWAY’S ‘SUMMER: THE DONNA SUMMER MUSICAL’

    It may soon officially be fall, but Summer is reigning supreme on Broadway. Based on the life of the groundbreaking…

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  • EXCLUSIVE: REVIEW OF BROADWAY’S ‘PRETTY WOMAN’

    There’s a line in the 1990 romantic comedy, Pretty Woman, in which a hooker named Vivian Ward tells Edward Lewis,…

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  • Lempicka

    REVIEW: WORLD PREMIERE OF ‘LEMPICKA’ AT WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE FESTIVAL

    Making its world premiere at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Lempicka is a breathtaking masterpiece that is destined to become the…

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  • Children of a Lesser God

    REVIEW: BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP’S “CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD”

    The need for human connection is universal. How that connection is accomplished, however, is not. Now playing at Berkshire Theatre…

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