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  • Broadway Box Office: 'Beautiful' Bows Ahead of Thanksgiving Bounty

    Broadway had a single new addition to the lineup last week, and even if box office for "Beautiful" wasn't quite gorgeous, it was still a promising start for a tuner that looks to tap the same vein of boomer nostalgia that helped make "Jersey Boys" a hit....
  • 'American in Paris' Makes City of Lights a Broadway Tryout Town

    Chicago, Seattle, L.A., San Francisco: They're all on the list of go-to towns for pre-Broadway tryouts of new musicals. Now? Add Paris and Hamburg. The brewing musical version of "An American in Paris" -- produced by the international coalition of...
  • 'Wicked' tour gets a new Glinda and Morrible

    'Wicked' tour gets a new Glinda and Morrible
    Just before "Wicked" flies away to the next city, Chicago will experience a new Glinda and Madame Morrible as Jenn Gambatese and Kim Zimmer depart the national tour. Beginning on Dec. 16, Gina Beck, a British actress who played Glinda in the West End,...
  • Cabaret review: Norbert Leo Butz at The Abbey

     Cabaret review: Norbert Leo Butz at The Abbey
    Norbert Leo Butz brought a bit of Broadway to Orlando on Wednesday night with a rollicking, engaging cabaret at downtown nightspot The Abbey. The actor, who starred in "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Wicked" and most recently "Big Fish," is in town for two...
  • Broadway Box Office: Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart Show Sales Magnetism

    Looks like on Broadway, Magneto and Professor X sell. Or Gandalf and Jean-Luc Picard do. The two-play outing led by Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, with productions of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" and Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land" playing...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: The Switching Hour

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: The Switching Hour
    “Dancing With the Stars” sure likes to keep us on our twinkle toes. In this sixth week of competition, the producers decided to throw a couple of bedazzled wrenches into the usually well-oiled ballroom glitterverse. First, they added an...
  • Defying meteorology

    Defying meteorology
    Big, bright, often beautiful and essentially an action movie, "Frozen" comes from Walt Disney Animation Studios. While Disney credits the 1845 Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen" as primary inspiration, the movie owes much more to the...
  • Broadway Drooling for Its Annual Thanksgiving Feast

    If the eyes of Broadway producers light up at the mention of the word "Thanksgiving," it's not because they like turkey so much. It's because every year the Main Stem rings in big-money sales that are traditionally second only to the stratospheric...
  • Milwaukee dining: From cutting edge to traditional fare

    Milwaukee dining: From cutting edge to traditional fare
    The bearded man quietly navigates the dimly lighted Hinterland restaurant to the corner table where my boyfriend and I sit. It's like the star of "Walker, Texas Ranger" has just appeared in this gastropub. "Does anyone ever ask you if you look like...
  • 10 Commandments for "The Book of Mormon" at Broward Center

    10 Commandments for "The Book of Mormon" at Broward Center
    Word came from upon high that for “The Book of Mormon,” ushers were briefed on how to deal with walkouts during the Tony-winning show’s run at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. In order to prevent such Broadway blasphemy,...
  • Two Broadway Publicists Hang Out Shingles as Hartman Group Closes

    A pair of Broadway press agents at PR firm the Hartman Group, long one of the two big dogs in the small world of Broadway praiseries, are striking out on their own as the Hartman Group closes up shop this week. Leslie Baden Papa has hung out the new...
  • 'Wicked' breaks Chicago box-office record

    'Wicked' breaks Chicago box-office record
    The producers of “Wicked” said Monday afternoon that the popular musical grossed a whopping $1,935,432 in Chicago for the week ending Dec. 1. That figure, likely the highest-ever single week gross for a Chicago show, breaks the Broadway in...