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‘The Glass Menagerie’ scheduled to open on Broadway this fall

‘The Glass Menagerie’ scheduled to open on Broadway this fall

The haunting revival of The Glass Menagerie, which played at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Mass., earlier this year, is scheduled to make its Broadway debut on September 5… Read more »

John Ellison Conlee on saying goodbye to ‘The Madrid’ and reprising his role in ‘Murder Ballad’

John Ellison Conlee on saying goodbye to ‘The Madrid’ and reprising his role in ‘Murder Ballad’

John Ellison Conlee will have just a few hours between his final performance the twice-extended off-Broadway play The Madrid, scheduled for May 5, before he reprises his leading role in… Read more »

Theatre Talk Thursday: Most memorable stage door experiences

Theatre Talk Thursday: Most memorable stage door experiences

Welcome to Theatre Talk Thursday, StageDoorDish.com’s newest weekly feature story that’s all about you, our amazing readers. Each week we’ll be discussing a topic about the Broadway and theatre world… Read more »

Top 10 Broadway couples to love this Valentine’s Day

Top 10 Broadway couples to love this Valentine’s Day

Audra McDonald and Will Swenson Audra (Porgy and Bess) and Will (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) married in October 2012 at their family home in Croton-on-Hudson, New York. The couple… Read more »

‘The Great Wendi Way’, Episode #1: ‘Magic Mike’, ‘Mean Girls’ and new faces on ‘Smash’

‘The Great Wendi Way’, Episode #1: ‘Magic Mike’, ‘Mean Girls’ and new faces on ‘Smash’

In the first episode of “The Great Wendi Way”, StageDoorDish.com’s video blogger Wendi Reichstein talks about the possibility of “Magic Mike” and “Mean Girls” musicals headed to Broadway and previews… Read more »

‘Melody Monday’: The best songs from musicals you have never seen

‘Melody Monday’: The best songs from musicals you have never seen

  Mondays are the worst. Back to school, back to work, and back to managing responsibilities that were carelessly forgotten over the weekend. Don’t worry, here at StageDoorDish.com, we feel… Read more »