• Armie Hammer Defends Broadway Co-Star Kate Bornstein Against Transphobic Heckler
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    Curtis M. Wong

    Armie Hammer Defends Broadway Co-Star Kate Bornstein Against Transphobic Heckler

    Armie Hammer came to the defense of Broadway co-star Kate Bornstein after a transphobic person in the audience reportedly booed and shouted during a performance last week.

  • Broadway's Anna takes a mental health day from 'Frozen' — and fans are happy to let it go
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    Ethan Alter

    Broadway's Anna takes a mental health day from 'Frozen' — and fans are happy to let it go

    On Tuesday night, veteran Broadway performer Patti Murin declined to go onstage for the 8 p.m. show. In an Instagram post earlier in the day, she revealed the reason why she took the night off: "I had a massive anxiety attack in the afternoon."

  • 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' breaks Broadway box office record in one week
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    Hanna Flint

    'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' breaks Broadway box office record in one week

    Tickets for the Harry Potter plays are selling like cauldron cakes after the show transferred to New York City.

  • Jake Gyllenhaal Stuns Singing Song From ‘Sunday in the Park With George’
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    Elizabeth Durand Streisand

    Jake Gyllenhaal Stuns Singing Song From ‘Sunday in the Park With George’

    If you think Jake Gyllenhaal is just a good-looking, incredibly fit, talented Hollywood actor who once won the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, think again. The 36-year-old star is about to make his Broadway musical debut in a revival of Stephen Sondheim’s classic "Sunday in the Park With George."

  • The Mean Girls musical has a confirmed debut for 2017
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    Mike P Williams

    The Mean Girls musical has a confirmed debut for 2017

    Lindsay Lohan may have made fans squeal at the prospect of another ‘Mean Girls’ movie, but it looks like the next story we’ll see will be on the stage. According to The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Mean Girls’ the musical has its world premiere date set for 3 October, 2017, at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. It means the long-awaited musical version of the popular 2004 comedy is closer to completion than we thought. Tina Fey, the writer of the original movie, is teaming up with her composer husband Jeff Richmond for the show, with Nell Benjamin (‘Legally Blonde’) on lyric duties.