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Top 20 Musicals Who Make The Most Money

Top 20 Musicals Who Make The Most Money

Information used to tally the Top 20 Musicals Who Make The Most Money was sourced from The Broadway League as of 4 October 2015. This also covered gross as of the said date. Also, it only refers to musicals still running as of this writing. Top 20 Musicals Who Make The Most Money 20. Amazing Grace […]

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10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Musical Theater Performer

10 Reasons Why It Rocks To be a Musical Theater Performer

Some individuals would be pressed to give a list of 10 reasons why it rocks to be a musical theater performer. Interest in musical theater is increasing with the upcoming live Broadway version of Disney’s “Frozen”. Also, Disney’s Broadway arm has been making the rounds. With new careers in musical theater now popping up. What […]

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10 Christmas Gifts for Musical Theater Geeks

10 Christmas Gifts for Musical Theater Geeks

10 Christmas Gifts for Musical Theater Geeks! It is already September. Some of you may be shopping for gifts already. Because November would be rush hour for shoppers. Beyond that would be pandemonium for the best deals. Also Black Friday jitters away please? Some of you may have musical theater geeks for friends. Whether you are far geekier than your friend […]

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Top 30 Most Influential People in Musical Theater

Top 30 Most Influential People in Musical Theater

Top 30 Most Influential People in Musical Theater! Ranking the most influential personalities that ever graced musical theater is such a pressure. Limiting the list to the Top 30 Most Influential People in Musical Theater can be such a challenge. But acknowledging the kind of influence that these personalities have imparted is worth acknowledging. Standards are made. The bar was set high […]

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Hamilton The American Musical on Broadway

Hamilton The American Musical on Broadway

Hamilton The American Musical on Broadway is often viewed as a ground-breaking piece of work. Presenting American history in a way that portrays the multi-racial community that America is today. It all started as a concept album. This was a tidbit shared by Lin Manuel Miranda the night he was invited by the White House. […]

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Fiddler on the Roof The Musical in Broadway

Fiddler on the Roof The Musical in Broadway

Fiddler on the Roof The Musical in Broadway. One of the longest running musicals ever staged in Broadway history is back. Tevye and his daughters will enthrall musical theater fans anew this fall. The songs you once fell in love with will hit the airwaves again. Songs that depicted a story between tradition and following […]

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Dames at Sea in Broadway

Dames at Sea in Broadway: Tap Dancing Fun

Dames at Sea in Broadway! Because fun meant expressing it with your feet too. Teasers for the upcoming hit musical did not hesitate from this fact. Tap dancing is one of the main attractions of Dames at Sea The Musical. It also happened to be the main motivation for the main character, Ruby. Ruby collected […]

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Kiss Me Kate by Opera North in Leeds

Kiss Me Kate by Opera North in Leeds

Kiss Me Kate by Opera North in Leeds promises a colorful battle of the sexes. With hits like “Too Darn Hot”, “Wunderbar” and the almost anthemic “I Hate Men”. The audience in Leeds would be treated to a hilarious romp to relationships. The fact that it featured theater performers as characters added color to the […]

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Jersey Boys in Broadway

Jersey Boys in Broadway: The Period Jukebox Musical

Jersey Boys in Broadway The Musical is still raking in the bucks. You can even check Broadway.com’s Top 20 list of musicals. Why, oh, why? It involved a piece of American pop culture that everyone can relate to. It’s one of the stories we’ve heard about before. And set to music. Because it is basically […]

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The Fall of the House of Usher in San Francisco

The Fall of the House of Usher in San Francisco

The Fall of the House of Usher in San Francisco is a double bill production. San Francisco Opera’s final offering for the 2015 Fall season. It presented 2 versions of the same Gothic tale written by Edgar Allan Poe. The two versions are presented in English and French with different composers too. But the haunting […]

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