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Anything is possible on BROADWAY

Well, it’s the taint of the year in New York City, when the bells and balls of the holidays are far behind us and spring still seems an eternity away. Luckily, theater lovers...

The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show Is a Raucous Revolution

If you only see one time-traveling, gender-bending, gut-busting, leotard-snapping cabaret Christmas show this year, make it Jinkx and DeLa’s! The fierce festivities begin simply...

Hennessy Winkler Shines in Modern Oklahoma! Revival

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! hit the Broadway stage almost 80 years ago. Premiering during World War II, a simple love story between a cowboy and a farm girl told against...

“The Inheritance” Offers a Legacy of its Own

I had been curious to see “The Inheritance” ever since it became the much talked about Tony winning play of 2020 which opened on Broadway in 2019 after a celebrated run on...

Broadway is in Full Swing this Autumn

Once again, it’s fall, and Broadway is roaring back into full gear with its second season since reopening after the pandemic shut down. By the time you read this Lea Michele...

Conor Ryan is Flipping the Script

There’s a whole new generation of up-and-coming performers who aren’t afraid to live their truth as openly queer and they’re crushing it. While the calculation once revolved...

Set Your Sights on Bright Lights and Summer Nights in the City

Summer in the city means sweaty subway platforms and crowded bars. It means weekend getaways and weeknight block parties. And for Broadway, it means tourists are packing the hits...

TAKE TWO! Broadway is Back

Happy spring, everybody! No, there wasn’t a full shutdown but all of New York seemed back in that slog of the darkest days of 2020, only without all the hope and courage! But...

Stephen Sondheim The unofficial poet laureate of musical theatre – A tribute

Welp, the COVID gods giveth and the COVID gods taketh away. Broadway was “back in business,” and then the Omicron variant reared its infectious head and New York City plunged...

Everybody’s Talking About Tom MacRae

There’s a certain joy and optimism that just exudes from writer Tom MacCrae. Chatting with him instantly feels chummy, as if you are sharing a drink in a pub with a longtime...

Broadway always shines brighter during the holidays

Forget the Times Square Ball dropping on New Year’s Eve, the fabled block has never been more lit than it was for the reopening of Broadway’s longest-running musical, The...

New York’s world-class theatre and cabaret venues continue to thrive

Well, Broadway is officially back and, one by one, new shows and old shows alike are opening doors and raising curtains. Of course, there remains the pesky issue of shows that...