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Orphan 3.0: 'Annie' Hits Silver Screen with Colorblind Casting

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 19
In 2010, after a run of more than a century, the syndicated comic strip "Little Orphan Annie" was canceled. But, as the saying goes, you can't keep a good girl down. The plucky little orphan star of page, stage, radio and screen is back.

Photographer Captures Broadway Magical Workshops

THEATRE | By Mark Kennedy | Nov 15
Many of the creative forces who make the costumes, lighting, wigs and sets never bask in the attention or hear the roar of the crowd. They work long hours, often virtually anonymously.

Vegas Bets on 'Duck Dynasty' Musical Extravaganza

POLITICS | By EDGE | Nov 14
Just when you think you've heard everything. "The Duck Commander Family Musical" is slated to take the stage in Las Vegas this February.

First Look: Extended Trailer of "Into the Woods" Released

CULTURE | By EDGE | Nov 6
Musical theater fans are getting a bigger taste of the screen adaptation of "Into the Woods," with an extended trailer released by Disney this week.

VIDEO: 'Into the Woods' Featurette Release: Meryl Sings

MOVIES | By EDGE | Oct 28
Musical theater fans everywhere are getting a sample today of the long awaited screen adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine 1987 Broadway classic musical "Into the Woods" with the release of a featurette online.

Jane Lynch, Sting, Patti LuPone and More Fill the Gershwin for LGBTI Benefit

CULTURE | By Brian Scott Lipton | Sep 16
Inspiration, tears, laughter, and song came together on Monday, September 15 as over 1000 peoplefilled Broadway's Gershwin Theater for "Uprising of Love",a benefit concert that shone the spotlight on the need for Global Equality for LGBTI people.

Jane Lynch to Host LGBTI Benefit Concert Featuring Sting and Patti LuPone

CELEBRITIES | By EDGE | Sep 11
Jane Lynch returns to the Broadway stage for one night only as she hosts "Uprising of Love: A Benefit Concert for Global Equality" featuring the talents of Sting, Patti LuPone, Billy Porter and Chely Wright.

Decision Not to Dim Broadway's Lights for Rivers Has Many Seeing Red

LOCAL | By Bobby McGuire | Sep 9
The decision to not dim the lights on theater marquees Monday to pay tribute to the life of Joan Rivers, a decision made by Broadway League execs, is causing a rift in an industry that has long prided itself on being a community rather than a business.

Broadway Backdown: Lights to Dim for Joan Rivers Tonight

LOCAL | By Bobby McGuire | Sep 9
Following an outcry of outrage, The Broadway League has reversed its decision not to dim the lights on Broadway tonight in tribute to Joan Rivers.

Broadway Sleeps Under the Stars to Raise Funds for Covenant House

THEATRE | By Winnie McCroy | Aug 13
On Sunday, August 17, The Covenant House will hold the Second Annual Sleep Out: Broadway Edition, where Members of the Broadway community will sleep on the streets to raise much-needed funds for homeless youth.

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