Category Archives: Broadway News

Hello, Shubert! Dolly Revival Announces Home & Leading Man

Put On Your Sunday Clothes! As if Broadway fans weren’t excited enough for the upcoming revival of Hello, Dolly! with Bette Midler making her long-awaited return to Broadway, the production only added anticipation announcing it has officially found a home next season and a leading man you will not only know but love! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the exciting

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Cats Casting Announced For Broadway Revival

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats returns to Broadway in 2016! Just 16 years after the original closed, Cats returns to Broadway following a successful West End remount in 2014 but also amid a new appreciation among theatre-goers for Lloyd Webber having penned this season’s Tony Award nominated Best Musical, School Of Rock.  Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the exciting news that

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Disaster Will Close Early On Broadway

Talk about a Disaster! Broadway is losing one of its funniest shows of the season earlier than expected. Seth Rudetsky’s brilliant musical spoof of the 1970’s movie series is facing its own disaster; closing. Despite being scheduled for a limited engagement on Broadway this season, the show will leave port earlier than expected after limited audiences and awards recognition in a

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Great Comet Of 1812 Reveals Broadway Seating Shift

While Broadway continues to celebrate one of its most successful seasons in years, the community is already looking ahead to the 2016-17 season lining itself up with spectacular productions. One of those shows is already making headlines on Broadway breaking the norm, extending far beyond the usual proscenium bringing the audience to the show, quite literally, in a new fashion. Destined

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Shuffle Along Shuffles Itself Into Next Year’s Awards Season

Less than a week into the 2015-16 New York theatre awards season and already eyes are looking to one specific Broadway production. In a season like the one Broadway is currently experiencing, it’s hard to remember just how many great productions and performances are out there. With more shows than ever opening later as well, the push has been on for

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