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Condola Rashad Talks Joan Of Arc On Broadway

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Actors rehearse a dance scene for the 1968 London production of the musical Hair. Larry Ellis/Getty Images hide caption

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'Hair' At 50: Going Gray, But Its Youthful Optimism Remains Bouncy And Full-Bodied

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'Carousel' Returns To Broadway

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is an original play by John Tiffany, Jack Thorne and J.K. Rowling. Matthew Murphy/Courtesy of Boneau/Bryan-Brown hide caption

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Muggles Rejoice: 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child' Is Now On Broadway

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Sharon Washington on stage in her play Feeding the Dragon, about her childhood in a library. James Leynse hide caption

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Life Above A Library Was Like Living In Neverland

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How Rodgers And Hammerstein Revolutionized Broadway

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Rebecca Miller's new documentary film Arthur Miller: Writer is based on decades of home footage and interviews she conducted with her father. Inge Morath/The Inge Morath Foundation/Magnum Photos/Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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Documenting The Offstage Life Of Playwright Arthur Miller (AKA Dad)

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Sarah Kay: What Advice Would You Give Your Future Daughter?

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Cady (Erika Henningsen, left) wears pink along with fellow Plastics Gretchen (Ashley Park), Regina (Taylor Louderman) and Karen (Kate Rockwell) in the musical Mean Girls. Joan Marcus/Boneau/Bryan-Brown hide caption

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On Broadway, They Wear Pink: 'Mean Girls' Is Now A Musical

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John Legend sits before actors playing the 12 disciples in Jesus Christ Superstar Live. Virginia Sherwood/NBC hide caption

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John Legend Pulls From Familiar Roots To Play Jesus In 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live'

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Glenda Jackson plays A, the eldest of the three women in the new Broadway production of Edward Albee's Three Tall Women. Brigitte Lacombe hide caption

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Glenda Jackson Stands Tall, On And Off Stage

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Caissie Levy plays Elsa (left) and Patti Murin plays her sister Anna in the Broadway musical version of Frozen. Deen van Meer/Disney Theatrical Productions hide caption

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'Frozen' Hits Broadway, In 'A Sophisticated Dignified Adult Psychological' Way

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Russia's Bolshoi Theatre Brings Anna Karenina Ballet To Modern Era

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Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch, a small-town lawyer who defends a black man accused of rape, in a scene from the 1962 film To Kill a Mockingbird, based on the novel by Harper Lee. Universal/AP hide caption

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Harper Lee's Estate Sues Aaron Sorkin Over 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Broadway Adaptation

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A scene from Jimmy Buffett's Broadway musical Escape to Margaritaville. Matthew Murphy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How Jimmy Buffett Brings 'Margaritaville' To Broadway

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Bernadette Peters is the latest in a long line of Broadway stars to play the title role in Hello, Dolly! Julieta Cervantes/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bernadette Peters On Fulfilling The Red Dress Of 'Hello, Dolly!'

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Seventeen Broadway theaters are now using technology that allows deaf and hearing-impaired patrons to see closed captions on their smartphones. Unlike the white smartphone background seen here, the GalaPro app screen is dark. Caiaimage/Sam Edwards/Getty Images hide caption

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It's OK To Look At Your Phone At A Broadway Show, If Your Hearing Is Impaired

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On Broadway, Daniel Breaker shines as Alexander Hamilton's greatest rival, Aaron Burr. In the kitchen, he also creates a stir, sir. But whether acting or cooking, both require perseverance and experimentation. Joan Marcus/Hamilton Uptown LLC hide caption

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Eve Ensler stars in the new one-woman show In The Body Of The World, an adaptation of her eponymous memoir. Joan Marcus/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A New Monologue For Eve Ensler, Re-Enacting Life With Cancer

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