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The Broadway dance show Burn the Floor is set to begin a 12-week engagement in New York, Playbill reported. Playbill said the stage production's limited run at the Longacre Theatre will begin Saturday with its first preview before several dance and music celebrities take to the stage in the show's Aug.
Octogenarian British actress Angela Lansbury is retaking the stage in a Broadway revival of the comedy Blithe Spirit. The four-time Tony winner plays psychic Madame Arcati, Playbill reported.
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Director Julie Taymor's upcoming Broadway musical "Spider-Man" could cost as much as $40 million to bring to the stage, insiders told the New York Post.
A tour of Britain by the musical "Witches of Eastwick" begins in Norwich, England, this month, Playbill reports.
Wednesday is matinee day on Broadway.
By MICHAEL KUCHWARA, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Can "The Marvelous Wonderettes" do for girl groups what "Forever Plaid" did for the boys? Apparently so, according to reports from California, where "The Marvelous Wonderettes" was a hit not only at the Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach but at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, where it ran for more than a year.
By MICHAEL KUCHWARA, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Just when Broadway musicals thought they were safe from satire. That long-running revue brimming with malicious fun is back from an engagement in Miami with its summer edition.
By Robert Osborne NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Six major Broadway shows will close in the next six weeks, beginning with this weekend's finish for "Primo" -- starring England's (and now New York's) acclaimed Antony Sher -- which always was scheduled for only a limited run at the Music Box.
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