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    Celebrate Broadway Junior’s 20th Anniversary

    Share your photos, videos and stories of your experience with a Broadway Junior musical. Join the millions of Broadway Junior enthusiasts in telling "your story"...
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    Welcome to the new StageNotes

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    Eclipsed Education Guide Released

    Eclipsed is making history. The first Broadway production where the playwright, director, and cast are all women, it tells the story of five African women who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances.

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Eclipsed

March 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Eclipsed is making history. The first Broadway production where the playwright, director, and cast are all women, it tells the story of five African women who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances. As you’ll read in […]

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BookFilter’s Best of May Picks

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Chorus Lines

April 24th, 2016|0 Comments

In this great piece for the New York Times, Tim talks about how the lessons he learned as a "card-carrying chorus boy" have served him well as a writer.
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Broadway’s Backbone with Brad Bradley, Ep. 25 – Guest: Drew King

March 31st, 2016|0 Comments

On The 20th Century’s Drew King made his debut in this show and won an Astaire Award along with his fellow Porters.  Drew’s road to Broadway was like the local train taking its time to […]

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