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Broadway

Casey Nicholaw is currently Broadway's most prolific director/choreographer. He adds a fourth title to his portfolio with this joyously affectionate musical. Like his most recent...

The travails of arts criticism have been well chronicled, but the constantly shifting sands and changing players in the US warrant a status update. These...

Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf was only the second play by a black woman to be...

One of Broadway’s leading men, with a CV ranging from Shakespeare to The Lion King, Patrick Page is making his UK stage debut at...

This new musical version of King Kong, roaring its way onto Broadway, features some spectacular puppetry. But, though the ape is great, the score...

This year, there have been two slow-burn musical success stories on either side of the Atlantic. In the UK, Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ Six is...

The timing could not be more apt for a Broadway theatre to offer a play that puts race at its centre. This world premiere by...

Thirty-six years since its Broadway debut, Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song returns to its original home, now owned and operated by Second Stage Theater, the...

If, as the saying goes, writing about music is like dancing about architecture, what is one to make of an opera co-created by an...
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