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‘Brokeback Mountain’ to Become Play

Brokeback Mountain is going to get its long-awaited stage play to debut in London. Originally a short story by Annie…

The Best of Times? ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ at San Francisco Playhouse

By Jim Gladstone La Cage Aux Folles has been a strangely tenacious pop cultural presence over the past 40 years. Its…

The Russians are Coming: The Broadway Blog Takes a Look at the New Stage Adaptation of ‘Anastasia’

A young woman in search of her past. A country in the midst of a revolution. Two schemers looking to…

‘The Great Comet’ Invites Fans to Sing on Cast Recording

The new Broadway musical Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, invites fans to be a part of the upcoming…

Today marks the 161st birthday of Irish playwright, novelist, witticist, and true green carnation, Oscar Wilde. Last year, we were lucky…

Boy meets girl. Actually, three boys meet girl in An American in Paris—the spectacular new musical now playing at the…

I was in the sixth grade in 1952 when Elizabeth II became Queen of England, a year before her internationally…

A school in Pennsylvania has inexplicably canceled their spring production of the hit-musical Monty Python’s Spamalot after parents complained that the Tony Award–winning…

From The Broadway Blog’s editor Matthew Wexler—April showers bring a super storm of Broadway heavyweights hitting the boards this month. From…

Another Tennessee Williams play “The Glass Menagerie” is getting the Broadway-revival treatment with A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on…

Theater is at its finest during The Testament of Mary, a new play by Colm Toibin, starring the robust and…

While Broadway Blog Editor Matthew Wexler certainly loves his show-stopping dance numbers and 11 o’clock bring-down-the-house ballads, a great Broadway…