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<i>Tuck Everlasting</i> star Andrew Keenan-Bolger discusses the journey of bringing the beloved novel to Broadway

Tuck Everlasting star Andrew Keenan-Bolger discusses the journey of bringing the beloved novel to Broadway

It appears that Andrew Keenan-Bolger has found the secret to eternal youth. As Jesse Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, Keenan-Bolger plays a 17-year-old who, along with his family, is frozen in time…. Read more »

An inside look into Broadway Barks 2013

An inside look into Broadway Barks 2013

“I want all of the dogs and cats to get adopted today!” Bernadette Peters exclaimed, taking her seat at the autograph table. Before the festivities officially began at 5 p.m…. Read more »

Broadway Softball: Paperboys vs. Revolting Children

Broadway Softball: Paperboys vs. Revolting Children

Multimedia Reporter Wendi went to Central Park this week to catch our favorite Broadway stars moving from the stage to the baseball field. She talked to fans, cast members, caught… Read more »

‘The Great Wendi Way’, Episode #32: Spiderman’s Success and The Hardbody Lives On

‘The Great Wendi Way’, Episode #32: Spiderman’s Success and The Hardbody Lives On

In this episode of “The Great Wendi Way,” StageDoorDish.com’s Wendi Reichstein brings more Tony news, talks of Newsies‘ possible transfer to London, celebrates Spiderman: Turn off the Dark‘s 1000th performance,… Read more »

Andrew Keenan-Bolger on the new season of ‘Submissions Only’, his involvement with ‘Newsies’ and ‘Tuck Everlasting’, and his transition from stage to screen

Andrew Keenan-Bolger on the new season of ‘Submissions Only’, his involvement with ‘Newsies’ and ‘Tuck Everlasting’, and his transition from stage to screen

Andrew Keenan-Bolger is one of the most recognizable names on Broadway. After originating the role of Crutchie in the hit musical Newsies and creating the web series Submissions Only, Keenan-Bolger became… Read more »

Theatre Talk Thursday: Which composer would write the music for a musical of your life?

Theatre Talk Thursday: Which composer would write the music for a musical of your life?

There are very few elements of musical theatre more important that the music itself.  After all, if there were no music, it wouldn’t be a musical!  So naturally, the composer… Read more »