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The history of Broadway will be heading to the big screen.
The illusions of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' extend to its weekly box office reports.
Broadway producers might want to avoid the drama.
After the ambitious Hollywood and Broadway production company failed to repay over $200 million in bank loans, Larry Ellison stepped in to save the business from shutting down.
'The Shining' might soon illuminate the Great White Way.
It has been a reversal of fortune for Tootsie and Beetlejuice on Broadway.
The Lehman Trilogy will be coming soon to a theater near you.
It is a private industry paradox.
Show-Score is giving critics two thumbs down.
Silicon Valley has a solution to one of the most annoying problems on Broadway.
Someone snuck into the Shubert Organization.
Instead of spending a night at the theater, Broadway buffs might soon choose to spend a night at the museum.
More people want to take a bite out of Apple.
The Marquis Theatre will soon have some new names on its ownership marquee.
NBC is turning one of its crown jewels into a commercial.
The producers of 'Sleepless' must not be getting much sleep.
Although Kinky Boots shuts on Sunday, the drama will continue in court.
As Warner Bros. tries again to hit the jackpot on Broadway with a $21 million musical adaptation of Beetlejuice, the future of its theatre arm remains uncertain.
Consumer protection advocates fear that the folks featured in a new Aladdin commercial might not be friends like me.
One of the top folks responsible for putting Broadway performers in plum roles is not a casting director.
'Hamilton' might be heading to Hamburg.
One of the most anticipated musicals coming to Broadway might also be coming soon to a theater near you.
The pop song charts are alive with The Sound of Music.
Jersey Boys is working its way back to the Garden State.
Broadway’s beast is heading east.
The grass is actually greener on the other side.
After 'Rent,' Fox may decide to own instead.
New musicals might soon be aiming to appear on the screen instead of the stage.
Renovations on the Palace Theatre have not begun, and the project already has a problem.
Broadway producers might be breaking the law and not even know it.