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  • We’re welcoming a new group to Belleville, as Bad Cinderella announces its Broadway cast. Bad Cinderella begins previews at the Imperial Theatre on February 17, ahead of an opening night on March 23. Get Bad Cinderella tickets on New York Theatre Guide. As previously revealed, Linedy Genao leads the cast as Cinderella. She’s joined by Carolee Carmello as the Stepmother. Carmello is currently playing John Dickinson in the Broadway revival of 1776. A Beautiful Noise's Jordan Dobson plays Prince...

  • KPOP will play its final Broadway performance at the Circle in the Square Theatre on December 11. At the time of closing, KPOP will have played 44 preview performances and 17 regular performances. The final Broadway performance will be dedicated to the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community, with an event and panel discussion. Set at a one-night-only benefit concert, KPOP follows the biggest Korean artists as they take to the stage. In a KPOP review on New York Theatre Guide, our...

  • The weather is getting cold, but the Shubert Theatre is getting hot. Performances are underway for the new musical comedy Some Like It Hot, based on the classic Billy Wilder film. Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, and Marilyn Monroe carved a place in film history with the story of Joe and Jerry, two jazz musicians escaping the mob by disguising themselves as members of an all-female swing band. A movie as iconic as that one requires an equally iconic team of creators and actors to bring it to life on...

  • If your New Year's resolution is to see more new theatre, there's plenty to choose from right away when 2023 begins. January and February aren't the busiest months of the year for show openings, but the ones that are starting up are already buzzworthy — and you can be among the first to see them. Catch family dramas with star-studded casts (hello, Nathan Lane and Jessica Chastain back on Broadway), a new musical twist on a classic fairytale, or a stand-up show by a quintessential New York...

  • Good day, Broadway! The main cast for the new play Good Night, Oscar is complete, with five newly announced members joining. Doug Wright's show about TV personality Oscar Levant runs from April 7 to August 27, with opening night on April 24. New cast members include Marchánt Davis as Alvin Finney and Alex Wyse as Max Weinbaum, along with Sam Bell-Gurwitz, Postell Pringle, and Max Roll as understudies. They join the previously announced Emily Bergl as June Levant, Peter Grosz as Bob Sarnoff, Ben...

  • She's the greatest star! Lea Michele, the Glee star who currently plays Fanny Brice in Funny Girl on Broadway, performed "I'm the Greatest Star" on Late Night With Seth Meyers on December 5. Meyers also interviewed Michele about Funny Girl, including how Barbra Streisand, who originated the role of Fanny on screen and on Broadway, gave her a gold envelope of approval. In Funny Girl, Michele stars as the real-life Ziegfeld Follies performer Fanny, who risks fame and fortune for a dangerous...

  • Fire up the grill! After a world-premiere Off-Broadway run, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Fat Ham has set a Broadway transfer. Performances will begin at the American Airlines Theatre on March 21 ahead of an April 12 opening night, with the limited engagement running through August 6. James Ijames's play is a send-up of Shakespeare's Hamlet, setting the action at a present-day Southern barbecue. Its central character — a Black, queer man named Juicy — is tasked with killing his uncle to avenge...

  • It’s Britney, Broadway! The new jukebox musical Once Upon a One More Time will come to the Marquis Theatre this summer, making it one of the first shows to play in the 2023-24 Broadway season. Performances begin on May 13 ahead of a June 22 opening night. Once Upon a One More Time mashes up two popular properties: the song catalog of Britney Spears and fairytale princesses. Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, and more wish for a new story for their reading group — and suddenly, a...

  • Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo from the Broadway cast of Moulin Rouge!

    Welcome (back) to the Moulin Rouge! Aaron Tveit, who originated the lead role of Christian in Moulin Rouge! The Musical, will return to the Broadway production for 12 weeks only, beginning January 17. He temporarily replaces Derek Klena, who will return to the production on April 11. Tveit won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his performance in Moulin Rouge!. He is also known for starring on Broadway in Next to Normal, Catch Me If You Can, and Wicked, and on TV in...

  • Get down at Six on Broadway! The Tony Award-winning musical now has tickets available through September 3, 2023. Get Six tickets now. Six began as a small show created by then-college students Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss and has become an international sensation. Six officially opened on Broadway in 2021 to rave reviews, with New York Theatre Guide calling the show "pure musical theatre elation for a pop-packed 75 minutes." Six centers on a pop girl group made up of Henry VIII's six wives. At...

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