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Jeff Lunden

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Conductor Kurt Masur Dies At 88

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Kurt Masur, the German conductor whose career spanned leading an orchestra in East Germany to more than a decade of reshaping the New York Philharmonic, has died at 88.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Says Music Empowers In 'School Of Rock'

Monday, December 07, 2015

The composer teamed up with Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey, to create the new rock musical adaptation of the 2003 movie.

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'Invisible Thread' Is More Than A Musical About Uganda

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Based on co-writer Griffin Matthews' experiences in the country, Invisible Thread explores the connection between an American gay couple and a group of Ugandan orphans.

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Nonprofit Roundabout Is A Regional Theater Right On Broadway

Saturday, November 28, 2015

When most people hear the words "regional theater," they think of stages all across the country, in places like Seattle, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. But one of the most successful nonprofit regional theaters is in New York on Broadway. The Roundabout Theatre has five stages and 30,000 subscribers and ...

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A New Kind Of Tragic Prince In 'King Charles III'

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Mike Bartlett's play King Charles III is a Shakespearean meditation on what might happen if Prince Charles became king — and caused a crisis by sticking to his principles rather than what's popular.

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Annaleigh Ashford Barks Up The Right Tree On Broadway

Sunday, November 01, 2015

Annaleigh Ashford is down to earth. Very down to earth. Sitting in her Broadway dressing room, she talks about all of the people who've inhabited that same space – Denzel Washington, Ian McKellen and, most recently, Larry David, who left a sticker with his name by the toilet.

"Occasionally I ...

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Farewell To Blackfaced Otellos At The Met

Monday, September 21, 2015

In its season opening production, New York's Metropolitan Opera abandons the tradition of darkening the skin of tenors portraying the title role in Verdi's Otello.

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New Play On Incarceration Has The Fingerprints Of Real-Life Prisoners

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Whorl Inside A Loop, a new play opening in New York, looks at six inmates in a medium security prison and the actress who agrees to teach them how to tell their stories — as she steal...

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At 75, Tanglewood's Student Program Holds Focus On New Music And People Making It

Saturday, August 15, 2015

The Boston Symphony's summer program for young musicians has long been commissioning works and fostering new talent.

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A Hip-Hop Soundtrack For A Musical About Alexander Hamilton? Sure, Why Not?

Friday, August 07, 2015

The new musical about the U.S.'s Founding Fathers — set to a mostly hip-hop score — that everyone's been talking about for months and months finally opens officially on Broadway Thursday night.

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A Hip-Hop Soundtrack For A Musical About Alexander Hamilton? Sure, Why Not?

Thursday, August 06, 2015

The new musical about the U.S.'s Founding Fathers — set to a mostly hip-hop score — that everyone's been talking about for months and months finally opens officially on Broadway Thursday night.

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'Who Does That?!' Broadway Stars React To Badly Behaved Audiences

Saturday, July 11, 2015

The set for the first scene of the Broadway comedy Hand to God is a fairly realistic depiction of a church basement and, since there's no curtain at the theater, it's in full view of audience members when they enter. A week ago, a 19-year-old college student jumped onstage to ...

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The Mornin' Ain't So Beautiful For This Dark 'Oklahoma!' Production

Monday, July 06, 2015

In upstate New York, an experimental staging of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic sets a key scene in total darkness and adds coldblooded murder to the plot.

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Unearthed In A Library, 'Voodoo' Opera Rises Again

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The Harlem Renaissance opera Voodoo has not been performed since 1928. A Columbia University researcher rediscovered the score, and now the Harlem Opera Theater hosts two performances.

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'Fun Home,' 'Curious Incident' Take Home Top Tony Honors

Monday, June 08, 2015

The Fun Home won best musical, best book and best original score — to name just a few of the honors. The award for best play went to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.

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First-Time Tony Award Nominees Enjoy New Fame, But Keep Day Jobs

Sunday, June 07, 2015

It's a quiet afternoon at the Tex-Mex restaurant in Brooklyn where playwright Robert Askins works the day shift twice a week. Even though his play, Hand to God, is on Broadway and he's got a Tony nomination, Askins says he enjoys interacting with the regulars, most of whom know about ...

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Athol Fugard Breaks Fences Around 'The Painted Rocks At Revolver Creek'

Monday, May 11, 2015

The 82-year-old playwright says he thought he was done writing about South Africa after apartheid ended — but there were more stories in him, like this tale of a farmer who paints his life on rocks.

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Getting To Know The Real Story Was Key To Broadway's 'King And I' Revival

Saturday, May 02, 2015

Director Bartlett Sher has been familiar with Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's The King and I since he performed it in high school, but he didn't learn the actual history behind the musical until he started working on a critically lauded revival that recently received nine Tony nominations. ...

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Bill Nighy And David Hare Team Up Again In 'Skylight' Revival

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

"Our paths haven't crossed — we've beaten a path towards each other," says playwright David Hare. "Bill is my favorite leading man." Nighy is now starring in a revival of Hare's Skylight on Broadway.

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Bringing Mothers In Prison Closer To Their Children, Through Music

Saturday, April 04, 2015

Mothers in prison rarely get to see their children, let alone touch them or sing them a lullaby. But female inmates in New York City are getting a little help with the singing, thanks to Carnegie Hall. For the last few years, Carnegie has sponsored the Lullaby Project, which ...

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