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  1. 'Birth of a Nation', 'Hamilton' Set In-Theatre Voter Registration Initiatives

    7:07 am 9/26/2016

    Audiences of all 50 states can register to vote before the Fox Searchlight's screenings or outside the Broadway show's theater.Read more

  2. 'Stranger Things' Star Gaten Matarazzo, Lin-Manuel Miranda Gush Over Each Other in Twitter Exchange

    12:37 pm 9/23/2016

    "I wish I could 'like' this a million times."Read more

  3. Disney Replaces Director of Broadway-Bound 'Frozen' Musical

    3:00 am 9/23/2016

    Disney has confirmed Tony winner Michael Grandage will now stage the eagerly anticipated project, which despite the creative shakeup remains on track to bow at the St. James Theatre in spring 2018.Read more

  4. Ramin Karimloo to Join 'Anastasia' Broadway Cast

    9:00 am 9/22/2016

    The Tony-nominated 'Les Miserables' star will play the antagonist in the new musical by the 'Ragtime' team, inspired by the 1997 Fox animated feature. Read more

  5. Bette Midler in 'Hello, Dolly!' Smashes Broadway Record

    11:27 am 9/19/2016

    Tickets for the spring musical revival produced by Scott Rudin went on sale Saturday, exceeding $9 million on the first day of availability. Read more

  6. 'What Did You Expect?': Theater Review

    8:24 am 9/17/2016

    The second installment in Richard Nelson's real-time trilogy, 'What Did You Expect?' continues tracking the lives of a family living in upstate New York during a tumultous election year. Read more

  7. Michael C. Hall Performs Haunting Rendition of David Bowie's "Lazarus" at Mercury Prize Ceremony

    7:20 am 9/16/2016

    The song was featured on Bowie's final, Mercury-nominated album, 'Blackstar,' as well as in the off-Broadway version of the musical 'Lazarus,' in which Hall starred in New York.Read more

  8. 'The Birds': Theater Review

    6:00 pm 9/15/2016

    The appropriately named Birdland Theatre presents the NYC premiere of Conor McPherson's 2009 adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier short story that also inspired the classic Alfred Hitchcock film, 'The Birds.' Read more

  9. 'Something Rotten!' to End Broadway Run

    4:00 pm 9/15/2016

    The irreverent musical comedy set in Shakespeare's time will close at the St. James Theatre in January, prior to launching its national tour in Boston that same month. Read more

  10. 'A View From the Bridge': Theater Review

    2:12 pm 9/15/2016

    Frederick Weller steps into director Ivo van Hove's Tony-winning production of Arthur Miller's 'A View From the Bridge,' which arrives in L.A. with an accomplished new cast.Read more

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