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The Book of Mormon (musical)

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  • 'Betrayal,' with Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, is already a hit

    'Betrayal,' with Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, is already a hit
    The biggest box-office hit of the new Broadway season hasn't even officially opened yet. "Betrayal," the latest revival of Harold Pinter's reverse-chronological tale of adultery, is in previews and set to open Oct. 27 with a cast that includes real-life...
  • Broadway Box Office: Quartet of Stellar Sellers Lead Columbus Day Boom

    Autumn bounty came to Broadway last week, with major sales and attendance bumps logged at most shows on the boards and no fewer than four titles topping an impressive $1.8 million each. The Main Stem traditionally begins to shake off the September...
  • 'Flashdance' Tour Underwhelming

    'Flashdance' Tour Underwhelming
    The show: The tour of "Flashdance" at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford. First impressions: In terms of the movie musicals of the '70s and '80s, "Flashdance" may be the most incredulous. Adrian Lyne's visually arresting (in an...
  • Broadway Box Office: Strong Summer for Average Ticket Prices

    As summer starts to wind down, so does the Broadway cume -- but last week average ticket price actually climbed, in what's been a strong season so far in terms of the average price paid per ticket. Overall ticket sales for the week ending Aug. 4 slid...
  • Now onstage: the past 100 years

    Now onstage: the past 100 years
    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts' upcoming season doesn't feature a musical based on the songs of Billy Joel. But if it did, a couple of lines from "Piano Man" might summarize a good deal of the schedule: "Son, can you play me a memory? / I'm not really...
  • Broadway Box Office: Orlando Bloom Romances in Previews

    Broadway's fall season launched a bit early this year, with Orlando Bloom topliner "Romeo and Juliet" bowing to strong numbers in a late-summer week that saw overall sales continue to slow in advance of the post-Labor Day dropoff. Co-starring Condola...
  • Artios Awards: Casting Society Reveals 2013 Nominees

    "Argo" isn't done being nominated for awards yet. The Oscar winner for best picture was one of the film, television and theater projects to receive nominations Monday from the Casting Society of America for the 29th annual Artios Awards, set to take...
  • Broadway Box Office: The End of Summer Sales is in Sight

    Every summer must come to an end, and box office numbers indicate that last week might have been the beginning of the end of this year's annual summer boom on Broadway. Nearly every production on the boards experienced declines last week, while...
  • Broadway Box Office: Manly Bow for All-Male Shakespeare

    Broadway slowed down a bit, but not by much, in the week after the Columbus Day boost, with most shows posting individual declines but few logging major ones. Helping to keep the cume aloft was the addition of two productions, including the in-rep,...
  • Brace yourself: 'Book of Mormon' comes to Orlando

     Brace yourself: 'Book of Mormon' comes to Orlando
    "Will I like this show?" A critic is often asked that question — by total strangers, no less — as if it's possible to know the precise taste of any theatergoer. With "The Book of Mormon," the touring Broadway hit that opens Tuesday, Oct....
  • Asking, once again, why 'Wicked' is a hit

    Asking, once again, why 'Wicked' is a hit
    There will come a day when regional theaters — and then colleges and even high schools — will be fighting over the rights to "Wicked." But there is no evidence that day is coming any time soon. On Oct. 30, the phenomenally successful...
  • In Branson, changing the rules of the live game

    In Branson, changing the rules of the live game
    BRANSON, Mo. — Known simply as "Six," the Knudsen Brothers (Barry, Kevin, Lynn, Jak, Owen and Curtis) have a wholesome variety show out here on Highway 76, wherein they use only their own voices to create a plethora of sounds. As the needs of a...