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This Performance by Ben Platt and the Cast of ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Is Exactly What You Need to See Today

Ben Platt stepped back into the role of Evan Hansen on Monday (March 30) by performing “You Will Be Found” with the cast of Dear Evan Hansen for HomeFest: A Late Late Show Special. Before introducing the number, host James Corden took a moment to share a heartfelt message with his audience about the fear...

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Michael Jackson Estate Donates to MusiCares, Broadway Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The Michael Jackson estate is donating $300,000 to help entertainment industry workers on Broadway, the music business and in Las Vegas who have been hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. The estate announced Wednesday that it will give $100,000 apiece to Broadway Cares, the food bank Three Square in Nevada and MusiCares, because all three areas...

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David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia’ to Be Adapted For Book

David Byrne is adapting his stage play American Utopia for the printed page. The former Talking Heads frontman is collaborating with the author and illustrator Maira Kalman, who worked on the Broadway show. The book, also called American Utopia, will be published Sept. 8 by Bloomsbury. “Here is the hope and joy that I believe...

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Plays ‘Phantom’ Song During Self-Isolation, Lin-Manuel Miranda Responds

Plus, a ‘Cats’ joke. Andrew Lloyd Webber pulled up to his piano during self-isolation on Thursday (March 19) to perform a version of “All I Ask of You” from his Phantom of the Opera after asking his fans to suggest a tune for him to play for them. “I didn’t think I’d ever get such...

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The Show Must Go On: Watch the Best #SunshineSongs Amid Coronavirus-Canceled High School Musicals

Broadway star Laura Benanti couldn’t imagine a world without high school musicals after coronavirus caused many theater productions to close their curtains. So she put a call out to kids to virtually perform their #SunshineSongs because, as they say in theater, the show must go on. “Dark times for all. Trying to find some bright spots....

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While You’re ‘Social Distancing,’ Here Are Some Musical Treats to Stream at Home

From opera to “Frozen 2” and a Dropkick Murphys livestream, we got you covered. As the nation adjusts to the new reality of life under self-quarantine in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of artists and musical institutions are taking the show online to share some musical joy during these trying times. With...

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Watch Rising TikTok Star Kristin Chenoweth Hit the Highest Notes While Disinfecting Her House

Kristin Chenoweth, who recently joined TikTok, took to the platform over the weekend to share a hilarious deep-clean of her house in the midst of the global novel coronavirus outbreak. “High notes for Clorox wipes,” the Broadway vet captioned the TikTok clip, which features her racing through the house, disinfecting her refrigerator, kitchen sink and bathroom sink...

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Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Perform a ‘Hamilton’ Track For Broadway Relief

“Yeah we’re staying home too; it’s the same and cool thing to do!” So began Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s Periscope video to raise money for The Actors Fund and Broadway Cares, shared on Sunday night (March 15). During the livestream, the Broadway vet performed a jaunty, live rendition of “My Shot” from his smash 2015 Broadway musical Hamilton...

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Scott Rudin Slashes Ticket Prices to Hit Broadway Productions Due to Coronavirus

Starting at noon on Thursday, remaining seats for five of the hottest tickets on Broadway will be going for a fraction of their normal price, selling for just $50 apiece at all performances through March 29. Producer Scott Rudin today announced the extraordinary measure of establishing the deep-discount flat rate for all five of his...

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Inside the New Bob Dylan-Inspired Broadway Musical

Seven years ago, Bob Dylan’s longtime manager Jeff Rosen sat down for a cup of tea in London with producer Tristan Baker and Steven Lappin (then creative director at Sony Music Television) to discuss a nascent idea: a Dylan musical. Rosen already had experience with one — Twyla Tharp’s The Times They Are A-Changin’, which...

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