Mean Girls fans have only one thing to say about the 2004 high school comedy’s turn as a Broadway musical: “That is so fetch!” The beloved film (and its endless parade of memorable quotes) is about to make its stage debut at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. before premiering on Broadway in March. The hilarious story about a former home-schooled teen messing with the biggest clique around will undoubtedly be the talk of the theatre world when it premieres. In honor of the upcoming stage debut of The Plastics, here’s four other cult classics that could strike similar success as a stage show.
Amid the glamour of Broadway’s bright lights, the theater world seems to change in a New York minute. A number of popular shows are being placed under a microscope heading into the fall and winter seasons and are generating quite a bit of buzz. From upcoming premieres to final curtain calls and everything in between, here’s what you need to know. Continue reading “Broadway Buzz: What shows are coming, going, and changing?”
The Boss will now be on Broadway. Bruce Springsteen is gearing up for his own solo project with an intimate, 8-week run at the Walter Kerr Theater, it was announced today. Continue reading “Bruce Springsteen heads to Broadway for intimate 8-week series”
Broadway’s biggest night is finally here! The 71st Tony Awards will celebrate the brightest stars and most buzz-worthy new shows to grace New York City stages while shaping the popularity of productions for months to come. Check out our predictions for the winning shows in the musical categories. Continue reading “Celebrating Broadway’s Best: 71st Tony Awards Preview”
Throughout her five-decade career, Cher has conquered the realms of music, television and movies with another accomplishment to soon add to her resume: Broadway. The iconic singer announced that a musical based on her life is set to premiere on Broadway in 2018. Continue reading “A Cher Musical is Coming to Broadway: 7 Other Artists Who Deserve Their Own Musical”