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  • Up next in July is a three-pack of shows by Siegel, including his annual look at some of the best new talent from theatrical institutions around the country called Broadway's Rising Stars.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: Broadway By The Year -- 1997 Not Vintage But Fun

  • Up next in July is a three-pack of shows by Siegel, including his annual look at some of the best new talent from theatrical institutions around the country called "Broadway's Rising Stars."

    Michael Giltz: Theater: "Broadway By The Year -- 1997" Not Vintage But Fun

  • Now, the producers of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" -- aka Broadway's most expensive musical ever at $65-million-and-counting -- have just announced that "a newly expanded creative team is in place" and that opening night has been postponed till early summer.

    'SPIDER-MAN' SPINS NEW COURSE: New creative team, summer opening announced [UPDATED]

  • Taking over from other actresses is such a familiar hallmark for Shields that she's been called Broadway's Replacement Queen.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The case, based off of the many injuries stemming from Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, pushes Goren to call upon an old friend, Columbia University mythology professor Cleo Alexander (Smith), to help figure out the meaning behind Icarus (a metaphor for failed ambition).

    Exclusive First Look: Punk Rocker Patti Smith Makes Her Acting Debut on Law & Order: CI

  • True enough: "I Won't Send Roses," from "Mack and Mabel," is one of Broadway's major songs for leading men—stoic, unsentimental, but hardly lacking in genuine emotion.

    A Composer's 'Grand Tour' Marches On

  • The drama is playing in one of Broadway's smallest theaters, and the nonprofit Manhattan Theatre Club is geared around limited runs with lower-priced subscription tickets, so its grosses do not neatly compare to shows playing larger commercial houses with higher average prices.

    Taking the Long Road to Broadway

  • Current residents include jazz singer Carrie Smith , 70, who starred in Broadway's "Black and Blues," and Geoffrey Holder , 81, the first African-American director to win a Tony Award for "The Wiz", though he may be best known for playing Punjab in the film version of "Annie."

    The Art of Aging Creatively

  • Unlike "Glee," which uses mostly existing songs, "Smash" showcases new songs by Broadway's "Hairspray" composer-lyricist team, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, along with some popular songs.

    The High Stakes Of 'Smash'

  • Jordan Roth, president of Broadway's Jujamcyn Theaters, says he is set to make cameo appearances in two episodes.

    The High Stakes Of 'Smash'

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