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Isaac Powell & Shereen Pimentel Celebrate Opening Night of 'West Side Story' on Broadway!

Isaac Powell and Shereen Pimentel are picture perfect while posing for photos at the West Side Story opening night after party on Thursday (February 20) at the IAC Building in New York City.

The young actors are playing the iconic roles of Tony and Maria in the latest revival of the classic musical.

Also stepping out for the after party were actors Amar Ramasar and Dharon E. Jones, who play Bernardo and Riff, respectively.

Shereen is currently pulling double duty as a senior undergraduate soprano student at The Juilliard School and she’s going to class each day before performing in the musical. She graduates in May!

West Side Story, which is directed by visionary director Ivo van Hove, has been one of the most highly anticipated shows of the season.

FYI: Shereen is wearing a Sherry Hill dress and Ruthie Davis shoes.

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Armie Hammer Joins 'The Minutes' Cast at Broadway Photo Call!

Armie Hammer happily posed for a photograph with playwright Tracy Letts and his co-stars Jessie Mueller and Blair Brown while attending the photo call for their Broadway play The Minutes held at the Cort Theatre on Thursday morning (February 20) in New York City.

The 33-year-old Call Me By Your Name star was also joined by his other cast mates Austin Pendleton, Danny McCarthy, K. Todd Freeman, Jeff Still, Cliff Chamberlain, Sally Murphy and Ian Barford.

With The Minutes, Tracy Letts and Tony-winning director Anna D. Shapiro return to Broadway together for the first time since their Tony-winning sensation August: Osage County.

Performances for The Minutes begin next week on February 25 at the Cort Theatre, and officially opens on Sunday, March 15. This is a 16-week limited engagement through Sunday, June 14.

Armie recently appeared on Broadway in Straight White Men, and Jessie won a Tony Award for her portrayal of Carole King in Beautiful.

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See First Look of Darren Criss in Broadway's 'American Buffalo' & Find Out How to Score Cheap Tickets!

Darren Criss is returning to Broadway this year in a new production of David Mamet‘s play American Buffalo and the first look of him in costume has been revealed!

The Emmy-winning actor is joining legendary stars Laurence Fishburne and Sam Rockwell in the play, which begins preview performances on March 24 ahead of an official opening on April 14.

American Buffalo is a play about loyalty and greed in which three small-time hustlers want a bigger cut of the American dream.

The producers of American Buffalo have announced how to score cheap tickets to see the play on Broadway, if you buy them at the Circle in the Square box office. Beginning at 10am on Thursday, February 20, the first ten pairs of tickets are available to purchase at $15 each, the price of tickets during the original 1976 production of American Buffalo. The next ten pairs at the box office will be able for purchase at $32 each, the price of tickets during the 1983 Broadway revival. The next ten pairs will be available for purchase at $52 each, the price of tickets during the acclaimed 2015 London revival.

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Broadway's 'Moulin Rouge' Cast Performs Thrilling Opening Number on 'GMA' - Watch Now!

The cast of Broadway’s hit new musical Moulin Rouge took over Good Morning America to give fans across the country an inside look at the show’s opening number!

Danny Burstein, Aaron Tveit, and the show’s talented ensemble appeared on the morning program on Tuesday morning (February 18), live from the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York City.

The cast performed a condensed version of the “Welcome to the Moulin Rouge” opening number, which includes such songs as “Lady Marmalade,” “Because We Can,” and “Burning Down the House.”

Moulin Rouge is currently playing on Broadway eight times a week and it has been sold out for every single performance so far, so make sure to get your tickets now!

Broadway's 'Frozen' Will Introduce a New Song Tonight, Along with New Stars as Elsa, Anna, & Hans

New stars are being welcomed into the cast of Broadway’s Frozen tonight (February 18) and the show will also introduce some other big changes.

Tonight’s performance on Broadway marks the debuts of Ciara Renee as Elsa, McKenzie Kurtz as Anna, and Ryan McCartan as Hans.

The Broadway production will be introducing some changes that were made for the North American tour. In the show’s second act, Elsa and Anna will no longer sing the “For the First Time in Forever” reprise and they’ll instead perform the new duet “I Can’t Lose You.”

Kristoff, who is currently being played by Noah J. Ricketts, will also get a reprise for his song “What Do I Know About Love?” to express his growing feelings for Anna.

Anna’s second act solo song “True Love” has been cut and the act two opening number “Hygge” is being trimmed.

Ciara is best known for her work on The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, and The Flash. She has been seen on Broadway in Pippin and Big Fish. Ryan got his start on the Disney Channel and was recently on Broadway in Wicked. McKenzie is making her Broadway debut!

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A Former 'Glee Project' Star Will Play Elphaba in 'Wicked'

One of the favorites from the reality competition series The Glee Project will be making her Broadway debut later this month!

Lindsay Pearce came in second place on the first season of The Glee Project and she guest starred on Glee as a rival to Rachel Berry.

Now, Lindsay will be playing the role of Elphaba in the musical Wicked starting on February 25. This marks her first time on Broadway!

Can you believe that Wicked has been on Broadway for over 16 years?! The 17th anniversary will happen this October and a movie is planned for Christmas 2021.