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  • If you’re a fan of Korean-born pop groups such as BTS or Blackpink, then KPOP on Broadway is a must-see musical this season. The show is set in the ultra-competitive world of the Korean pop music industry, centering on fictional K-pop stars performing their first concert in America in the hopes of earning global fame. The pressure to succeed is on, and the characters' struggles reflects the actual career journeys — highs and lows — of real-life K-pop artists, as the music genre has recently...

  • Good tickets never seemed so good! A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical will offer a digital lottery throughout its Broadway run, which begins tomorrow, November 2 at the Broadhurst Theatre. The lottery for $55 tickets will open the day before each performance at midnight, and winners will be drawn at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. the day before the performance. Winners may purchase up to two tickets. The lottery begins with the November 3 performance. In A Beautiful Noise, two actors portray...

  • Meet the king and queen of Camelot! The latest revival of the classic Lerner and Loewe musical Camelot has set initial casting, with Andrew Burnap, Phillipa Soo, and Jordan Donica in lead roles. Burnap will star in the show as King Arthur, alongside Soo as Guenevere and Donica as Lancelot du Lac. Burnap was last on Broadway in The Inheritance, for which he won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play. Soo is a Tony nominee for originating the role of Eliza Schuyler in Hamilton. She just...

  • Photo credit: Gavin Creel and Joshua Henry in Into the Woods (Photo courtesy of production)

    You can get what you wish! Into the Woods is offering rush tickets, beginning tonight, for the remainder of Broadway its run through January 8. A limited number of $59 rush tickets will be available in person at the St. James Theatre box office each day beginning at 10 a.m. Each person can request up to two tickets for that afternoon or evening's performance. Tickets are subject to availability. The Tony Award-winning Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods mashes up the stories of multiple...

  • Evening shows are perfect for those who work during the day or are looking for a fun night out, but afternoon matinees are just as special. Seeing a Broadway matinee is a great day-off activity, and matinees are the perfect performances for young children to attend. Those taking day trips to New York can also travel in, catch a matinee show, and travel out again before it gets too late. Luckily, every Broadway show has matinee options, but not all matinee performances take place on the same...

  • That's the way it is! Ahead of its first Broadway performance at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre tonight, & Juliet has announced that rush and standing room tickets will be available throughout the show's run. TodayTix will host the & Juliet rush for $39 tickets. Tickets for that day's performance will be available on the TodayTix app at 9 a.m. each day on a first-come, first-served basis. Users can download the app and "unlock" rush tickets by sharing the program on social media ahead of their...

  • In recent years, Korean pop stars have become just as universally recognizable as Hollywood stars. Groups like BTS and Blackpink have amassed worldwide followings and awards recognition. So it's no wonder that, as American pop music has come to Broadway, K-pop would soon follow. In the KPOP Broadway musical, music and theatre stars play fictional K-pop artists preparing for their first American concert, and the stakes are high to get it right and propel them to international fame. You won't hear...

  • Wondering what Broadway shows are premiering in 2023? There's certainly a wide array, from new plays to classic musical revivals to new twists on time-honored stories. New Broadway shows for the spring continue to be announced, and for those who like to plan way ahead, there are even some shows scheduled for the summer and fall to look forward to. Many 2023 Broadway shows feature star-studded casts, too, with many famous stage and screen actors making long-awaited returns to the New York stage....

  • They're bringing all that jazz! Chicago has set new casting from November 7, which includes Broadway veterans Charlotte d'Amboise and Ryan Silverman, and Isaac Mizrahi in his Broadway debut. Mizrahi, best known for his talk show The Isaac Mizrahi Show and his seven-season stint as a Project Runway: All-Stars judge, will step into the role of Amos Hart for three weeks. d'Amboise returns the role of Roxie Hart, who she has played on Broadway multiple times since 1999; and Ryan Silverman will play...

  • They're returning to the woods! Beginning November 22, Denée Benton and Joshua Henry will return to the cast of Into the Woods. The show runs at the St. James Theatre on Broadway through January 8. Benton will play Cinderella, a role she originated when this Into the Woods production premiered off Broadway at New York City Center in May. She assumes the role from Krysta Rodriguez, who departs the production on November 20. Henry will return to the role of Rapunzel's Prince, who he played at New...

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