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SO! Last Monday James woke up super early. He often does that and will sit and watch the news because he’s been obsessed with the news since he was a child. Proof: When he was a teenager, he crashed his mom’s car and basically ruined it. He was devastated. Why?

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Hamilton Tops Tony Awards With 11 Wins

By Robert Viagas   Posted 6.13.2016   On Stage, Broadway, TonyAwards, Theatre
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Hamilton, the groundbreaking rap musical about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton that has been dominating headlnes and talk shows for most of the season, also dominated the 70th Annual Antoinette Perry Awards, winning 11 awards including Best Musical. 

 

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Benjamin Eakeley

Check out what James Olmstead (Composer for Gary Goldfarb: Master Escapist) has been up to. SHORT HILLS, NJ - COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH presents BENJAMIN EAKELEY in a reprise of his solo cabaret debut, “BROADWAY SWINGER,” on May 15, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. at the Short Hills Club in Short Hills, New Jersey. Benjamin Eakeley and his four-piece jazz band reinterpret classic songs from the 1960s in a lounge act that chronicles the American stage’s evolution from conservative to carefree.

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Legos Land on Broadway!

By Deirdre Morales   Posted 5.5.2016   On Stage, lego, tony, fun
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Most of us have witnessed the likes of Superman, Batman, Luke Skywalker, and The Transformers in LEGO form. But how about King George, Lotti Gee, or Alice Murphy? Check out how artist and thespian enthusiast Jack Abrams reimagines our heroes and villains of Broadway...

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The Chance to Understand

By S.G. Shade   Posted 5.2.2016   On Stage, Classical, Shakespeare, Drama, Theatre
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This is a response to an Op-Ed article published by the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, April 24, 2016 by Mark O'Connor titled Perchance To Understand. The Op-Ed article can be found on the Los Angeles Times website under the title Shakespeare's Work Has Thrived for 400 Years. Here's How To Improve It. In the article, Mr. O'Connor explains the importance of translating Shakespearean plays so ...

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