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Sandra Bernhard :: Everything's Changed in Sandyland

By Joel Martens | Dec 4
She is reminiscent of, though perhaps with a bit more "spice" thrown in, the powerfully funny women who blazed a trail before her: Carol Burnett, Phyllis Diller, Joan Rivers and Lucille Ball to name few.

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Review :: Irving Berlin's 'White Christmas'

By Harker Jones | Dec 2
It's a solid trifle of a production that coasts along on endless charm, gentle humor and the talent and likeability of the cast, from the leads right on down to every single member of the chorus.

'Harry Potter' Play Eyes Broadway Jump in Spring 2018

By Mark Kennedy | Dec 2
The stage play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" has become London's theater event of the year. Producers hope Broadway will shortly be under its spell, too.

New 'Hamilton Mixtape' CD Features Tracks with Alicia Keys, Sia, Usher

By Mark Kennedy | Dec 1
The Broadway megahit "Hamilton" has already spawned a best-selling cast album, a PBS documentary and a book about its creation. Now it's spinning off a CD by fans who happen to be some of popular music's biggest stars.

Thanksgiving on Broadway was Festive but Not All Data Good

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 29
Thanksgiving on Broadway was a typically stuffed event, with box offices recording a $35 million haul thanks to premium pricing and "Hamilton" raking in more than $3 million by itself.

Support LA Women's Theatre Festival on #GivingTuesday, Nov. 29

By EDGE | Nov 29
On Tuesday, November 29 -- #GivingTuesday -- consider supporting the work of the Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival.

Review :: Leonard Bernstein's Candide In Concert

By Steven Bergman | Nov 28
If you haven't enjoyed this Great Performance before, this is a recommended introduction to the "best of all possible worlds."

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Review :: Queen Mary 'Chill'

By Kevin Taft | Nov 28
The Queen Mary takes the chill out of their annual "Chill" event by replacing their usual ice sculptures with a larger-than-life lantern maze based on Lewis Carrol's classic "Alice in Wonderland."

Woman Accused of Stealing from 'Hamilton' Theatergoers

Nov 28
Police in New York City are searching for a woman who they say stole items from several people who were waiting for performers from the Broadway hit "Hamilton" outside the theater.

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Review :: When Jazz Had the Blues

By Dale Reynolds | Nov 27
"When Jazz Had The Blues " is a fine bio of composer/arranger Billy Strayhorn -- black, gay, slight-of-build, but a giant in his day.

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