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Theater News for the Week Ending February 25th

By Bennett Liebman

Josh Allen Has A Musical And It's Coming To Buffalo

Finally, Finding 'Funny Girl.'

Broadway's 'Paradise Square' is a 'nightmare'

Ma-Yi Theater Company Shares Story of Violence Against Performer

'Kimberly Akimbo' announces Broadway transfer in fall 2022

The Biggest Changes to The Music Man

Broadway will continue to require face masks

Howard Sherman: Why are so few plays being given the old razzle dazzle?

A Broadway Conductor's Difficult Journey Back from Long Covid

Broadway sets new capacity high for the season

Suits star Patrick J Adams jokes Meghan Markle 'made fun' of him

Hugh Jackman Wasn't Always 'Much of a Singer'

On This Day: When Muhammad Ali was a Broadway musical star

Berkshire Theatre Group shows returning to indoor stages

Long Wharf's New Home: New Haven

Original musical based off Mark Twain story to premiere in Westport

'Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci' at the Goodman remains a true revelation

Chicago theaters, music clubs will keep COVID mask mandates

Longtime Chicago theater program rushes to raise money to avoid shutdown

Critics Sound Off On SLAVE PLAY

'What the Constitution Means to Me' is an exhilarating discourse on our imperfect union

Does 'Cursed Child' play have a J.K. Rowling problem?

Moscow theater director calls Putin a 'killer' and resigns in protest

Theater in Ukraine

Vanessa Redgrave and Harry Hadden-Paton to star in 'My Fair Lady'

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