Thursday, Playbill.com released footage of the “Finding Neverland” on Broadway press presentation, following the release of a video showcasing Matthew Morrison singing “Neverland” at an Oscars after party Sunday. And I could not be more disappointed. I saw “Finding Neverland” when it was running at the American Repertory Theatre here in Boston this past summer. […]

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Katie Aramento, Blog Editor @kaatiekaat14 “The Last Ship” has set sail. The Broadway musical conceived and composed by rock-legend Sting, officially ended its run at the Neil Simon Theatre Jan. 24, after having 29 previews and 105 regular performances. Even in last-ditch efforts to increase ticket sales by actually putting Sting in a supporting role […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for—the first trailer for “The Last Five Years” is finally here! I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve watched the trailer at least five times already (okay, you got me. It’s more like ten). We all know I’m a huge Jeremy […]

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by Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 The queen is making her comeback. On Monday, Broadway diva Idina Menzel performed “Let it Go” with country star Jennifer Nettles on CMA’s “Country Christmas” special. Confused? So was I. But Idina Menzel is a household name now — she isn’t just gracing the Broadway stage anymore. For those […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 The reviews are in! Earlier this week, critics began covering the musical adaptation of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” that is currently being produced at the La Jolla Playhouse. With music and lyrics by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (I mean, seriously. Could there really be a better duo?), […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 Whether we like it or not, Broadway marquees are shining the names of Hollywood stars now more than ever. For example, Emma Stone made her Broadway debut last night as Sally Bowles alongside Alan Cumming in “Cabaret,” following Michelle Williams, another Hollywood actress, who exited the show after having […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 Rock music has once again found its place on Broadway. On Oct. 26, “The Last Ship,” featuring music and lyrics by Sting, opened at the Neil Simon Theatre. The musical is a biopic of Sting himself, a 15-time Grammy Award winner and the lead singer of The Police. From […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 This past week, new footage from the film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods” was released, and included clips of songs that we had never heard before. The film’s released date is Christmas of this year. For those who have been following the production of the film […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 At the University of Arkansas, researchers in the Department of Education Reform have been conducting a study in which students in grades 7-12 are observed six weeks after having attended the live productions of either “A Christmas Carol” or “Hamlet.” It was found that the students who attended the […]

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By Katie Aramento, Staff Writer @kaatiekaat14 I will preface this by being the first to admit that when the revival of  “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” starring Neil Patrick Harris, was announced, I first thought, “Yes, NPH! I love him!” However, my second thought was, “Wait. What in the world is ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch?’” This […]

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