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We Need This Show! 40 Fun Facts in Honor of the 40-Year Anniversary of A Chorus Line

Forty years ago, A Chorus Line, the beloved downtown musical celebrating the lives of Broadway's hard-working dancers, made its way uptown to the spotlights and footlights of Broadway, and the American musical has never been the same. The show, spearheaded by legendary director/choreographer Michael Bennett with music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kleban, opened at the ...

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It's Sexy, But It's Hard: Six Rotten! GIFs of Christian Borle from Our 'Hard to Be the Bard' Music Video

The Broadway.com crew stormed Times Square with Tony winner Christian Borle and a bunch of Broadway fanatics to shoot the music video for the Something Rotten! track "Hard to Be the Bard." Check out the exclusive video, and after you've re-watched it at least a few times, take a look at some of our favorite shenanigans from Mr. Shakespeare and his diehards below ...

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Yes, That's a High Schooler Singing Caroline, or Change! These Six Students Nailed It at the 2015 Jimmy Awards

Our favorite day of the year (well, besides the Tony Awards) was worth the wait: The seventh annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards, also known as the Jimmy Awards, took place on June 29 at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre. 52 talented students from around the country took the stage to showcase the roles that had already won them local awards ...

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LGBT Pride Pool Party! Get Wet and Wild with Six Out Stage Stars

It’s Pride Week in New York City, and the Big Apple is buzzing with tons of fun events to celebrate LGBT rights, from parades to festivals to sweaty dance parties. Broadway.com got in on the action and threw a Pride pool party on the roof of the Empire Hotel for a crew of awesome out Broadway stars. We snapped sexy shots of the ...

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Tony Roundup! Your Guide to Broadway.com's Complete Coverage of the 2015 Tony Awards

Can’t get enough of the Tony Awards? Neither can we! Relive the big night with this roundup of Broadway.com’s complete coverage. From who wore what to exactly what dance moves Kelli O’Hara busted out, we’ve got you covered!

Fun Home & Curious Incident Top 2015 Tony Awards
Who took the stage and face a tap-dancing playoff? Check out the ...

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Fan Photos! Our Favorite Cry Faces, On-Fleek Hair & More Snapshots From Broadway.com’s #TonyHunt

Thanks to you, the Broadway.com Photo Scavenger Hunt was a huge success! We had so much fun retweeting your silly snapshots during the ceremony, and it looks like you had a blast taking snaps of your TV screen. From a bald Kristin Chenoweth emerging from Alan Cumming’s dress, to a certain extraterrestrial creature making a cameo, your photos of ...

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Kelli O’Hara Has Fidgety Feet, Darren Criss Went to Manganiello Acting School & More Lessons of the Tony Awards

This year's Tony Awards were totally out of this world. Fun Home took home the trophy for Best Musical, a tearful Alex Sharp transformed from recent Juilliard grad to Tony winner before our eyes, and oh right, Kristin Chenoweth wore an E.T. costume for some reason. Stop playing “Ring of Keys” on repeat for a sec, because it’s time for the ...

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High Notes, Throwbacks & Dressography: Broadway.com Breaks Down the Performances of the 2015 Tony Awards

And that’s a wrap on the 2015 Tony Awards! It was a year of Fun, speeches full of tears and tap dancing, a moment with E.T. and—as always—tons of performances from nominated shows and beyond. Take a look at our recap below as we break down each of the musical moments, beginning with our favorites of the night. Agree ...

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Revisiting Kristin Chenoweth & Alan Cumming's Weirdest, Wildest & Most WTF Costumes on the 2015 Tony Awards

We positively loved Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth's gig as hosts of the 69th Annual Tony Awards for many reasons, but we can all agree that their costume changes stole the whole show. Is that a purple short suit? Did she just crawl out from under that dress? OMG, is that...E.T.?! From dashing duds to goofy guises, Kristin ...

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Thumbs Up! Tony Hosts Kristin Chenoweth & Alan Cumming Are Wonderfully Wacky on Broadway's Biggest Night

Now that the 2015 Tony Awards are over, can we take a second to talk about how ridiculously entertaining Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming were? Hosting Broadway's biggest night is no walk in the park (please, you try keeping an entire theater full of show people amused and on schedule) but Cheno and Cumming pulled it off with fabulous flying colors. The ...

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Fabulous Fashion! Broadway.com Ranks the Top 10 Best-Dressed Stars at the 2015 Tony Awards

Tonight's the night! The seats are filled and the lights are dimming at Radio City Music Hall, which can only mean that it's time for our favorite part of the Tony Awards: ranking the fashions. After poring over Broadway's brightest on the red carpet, we've picked our five best-dressed men and women from the 2015 Tony Awards. Whose looks did ...

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Desserts with Jazz Hands! Sweeten Up Your Tony Party with Pastry Chef & Broadway Geek Zac Young

Desserts with Jazz Hands! Sweeten Up Your Tony Party with Pastry Chef & Broadway Geek Zac Young

A Tony Awards celebration isn’t complete without themed eats, and we know just the guy to add pizzazz to your pastries. Broadway.com is teaming up with David Burke Group’s executive pastry chef and theater enthusiast Zac Young, who is sharing four decadent confections inspired by Tony-nominated productions. While cooking up a storm at Burke's midtown hotspot fabrick, Young discussed ...

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Good Morning, Handsome! See Six First-Time Tony Nominees Un-Tuxed

Tony nominees Steven Boyer, Alex Sharp, Matthew Beard, Robert Fairchild, Micah Stock and Tony Yazbeck are gearing up for the biggest night of their lives—after wowing Broadway audiences this season, the six stars are getting dressed up in fancy tuxes, ties and cufflinks to attend their first-ever Tony Awards ceremony on June 7. In this exclusive feature, Broadway.com took the first-timers to a swanky ...

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Broadway.com’s Tony Nominee Cheat Sheet! 11 Fresh Faces You Need to Know

Every week, Broadway.com introduces readers to a new Fresh Face in the New York theater scene—this season, 11 of our stellar standouts became 2015 Tony nominees! Read below for a cheat sheet on Alex Sharp, Sydney Lucas, Steven Boyer, Leanne Cope, Geneva Carr and more Tony-nominated breakout stars, featuring portraits by Broadway.com Photo Editor Caitlin McNaney. See if ...

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Ask Alison! Tony-Nominated Fun Home Stars Beth Malone, Sydney Lucas & Emily Skeggs Talk Candy, Cash & Celebrities

In a fun Tony Awards twist, three actresses have nabbed nominations for playing the same woman in 2015—Fun Home stars Sydney Lucas, Beth Malone and Emily Skeggs play incarnations of cartoonist Alison Bechdel in three different decades of her life. But although all three stars are playing the same character, their answers to our “Ask Alison” quiz are wildly different ...

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They Did What?! Crazy Blast-From-the-Past Videos of Tony Nominees Ruth Wilson, Brian d’Arcy James & More

Being a 2015 Tony nominee is a huge honor, whether you’re a Broadway mainstay like Fun Home’s Michael Cerveris, a big screen legend like The Audience headliner Helen Mirren or a small screen favorite like Elisabeth Moss of The Heidi Chronicles. But there are also some, uh, interesting early roles on these actors’ resumes. We know you’ve already seen Christian ...

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All the Feelings! Bradley Cooper, Kristin Chenoweth & More 2015 Tony Nominees Turn Their Excitement Into Works of Art

It’s been a crazy week for the 2015 Tony nominees! After waking up at the crack of dawn to hear their names announced on TV by Bruce Willis and Mary Louise Parker, the stars received a flurry of congratulatory calls, texts and emails...but there was no time to celebrate, because they had to find something fancy to wear to ...

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Sutton Foster Needs to Pick Up an Ice Pack, a Band-Aid & Some Peacocks After Younger: Episode 6

Liza, played by Tony winner Sutton Foster, has already proven that she can take charge and run the show on TV Land's Younger. This week, Diana hands over the reins and gives Liza her first major assignment. It’s a lot of responsibility, and she handles it like a pro, we couldn’t help but note that there were just a few ...

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Happy #TonyTuesday! Stars & Supporters Tweet Their Excitement After the 2015 Tony Award Nominations

When Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker announced the 2015 Tony Award nominations on the morning of April 28, they made a bunch of thrilled Broadway stars jump for joy in their PJs (or at least, that's how we imagine it happening). After calling their moms and texting their friends, many of the nominees jumped on Twitter to share their excitement with the ...

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Woohoo! Kristin Chenoweth, Bradley Cooper & More Stars React to the 2015 Tony Nominations

The 2015 Tony Award nominations have officially been announced, and we’re not gonna lie—we are beyond psyched. There’s a few other people we’re willing to bet were pretty thrilled with the news this morning: The 2015 nominees! How are Kristin Chenoweth, Kelli O’Hara, Christian Borle, Bradley Cooper, Michael Cerveris, Annaleigh Ashford, Andy Karl and more Tony nominees celebrating? Find out ...

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Sutton Foster Channels Her Inner Gynecologist & Richard Gere in Younger: Episode 5

It’s time to get Younger! In this week’s episode, Sutton Foster doesn’t break as many beds as she did last week, but she does try a whole bunch of new things. It ranges from hot (like tossing out her thankfully shirtless boyfriend) to intimate (spoiler: we reference Hilary Duff’s lady parts below) to nostalgic (clap clap clap clap). Friendships are ...

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Oh, What a Beautiful Partnership! The 50 Greatest Broadway Songs by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein

With the just-opened revival of The King and I, the classic songs of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II are home again on Broadway, something that has occurred for countless theater seasons since 1943 with their first collaboration, Oklahoma! While their fruitful songwriting partnership begat 11 complete Broadway musicals, sometimes those shows can fall into a pattern: the ...

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Sutton Foster Takes Charge & Breaks Beds in Younger: Episode 4 (Plus More Miriam Shor Statement Jewelry!)

You thought last week’s Younger was steamy? Guess again. When we left off, Liza let her Frida come out to play, Kelsey pursued a Swedish author, Maggie gave some stellar pep talks and Diana rocked her golden donuts. In tonight’s episode, Liza proved that while she may just be an assistant at the office, she’s actually the one in charge—at work ...

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Take That, Broadway! See Gary Barlow's Evolution From Stripping Boy Band Star to Finding Neverland Composer

On Broadway, Gary Barlow is known as the composer of the much buzzed-about Finding Neverland—and in his native U.K., he’s something of a national treasure. In the 1990s Barlow made his name as the frontman of Take That, the Brits’ equivalent of the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync. After splitting in 1996, the band successfully reunited a decade later to ...

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Sutton Foster & Her ‘Frida’ Pop Some Pills & Play Matchmaker in Younger: Episode 3

Sutton Foster and company are back in an all new episode of Younger! When we left off, Liza—having passed herself off as a 26-year-old—booked an assistant gig at the publishing firm and had a mouthgasm while on a date with hot tattoo artist Josh (among other things). In tonight’s episode, we met a new character. Her name is Frida. Frida ...

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