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Sara Bareilles & Boyfriend Joe Tippett Have Date Night at 'Seeing You' Industry Performance!

Sara Bareilles flashes a smile while hitting the carpet at the special industry performance of the Off-Broadway play Seeing You held at 450 West 14th Street on Sunday (July 23) in New York City.

The Tony-nominated entertainer was accompanied by her Waitress co-star and real-life boyfriend Joe Tippett.

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Seeing You “guides audiences through a haze of wartime anxiety with music, choreography, and intimate encounters. The show explores the effects of war on those fighting and those at home—from basic training to the front lines and from blood drives to grieving families.”

You can catch a performance of Seeing You underneath the Chelsea High Line (450 West 14th Street), where it is scheduled to play an extended engagement through August 31.

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Sara Bareilles Stuns in Sheer Gown on Tonys 2017 Red Carpet

Sara Bareilles looks stunning on the red carpet at the 2017 Tony Awards held at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 11) in New York City

The Tony-nominated entertainer wrapped her run in the Broadway musical Waitress, which she wrote, earlier that day.

Sara is set to appear on stage during the show tonight, so make sure to tune in!

“Happy @TheTonyAwards day!!! To the wonderful performers and creators–thank you for your dedication. Can’t wait to cry in public about it.❤️,” she tweeted.

FYI: Sara is wearing a Naeem Khan gown, Casadei heels, an Edie Parker clutch, and H. Stern jewelry.

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Sara Bareilles Opens Up on 'GMA' with a 'Waitress' Performance!

Sara Bareilles popped up on Good Morning America on Tuesday morning (May 16) to surprise the hosts and audience with a performance from the Broadway musical Waitress!

The Grammy-nominated singer was joined by the cast of the show to sing the opening number “Opening Up.”

After the performance, Sara was joined on the program by actress Betsy Wolfe, who will be taking over the role of Jenna in the Broadway musical once Sara departs in June.

“No one ever sad we weren’t #EXPRESSIVE @WaitressMusical @GMA,” Sara tweeted with a screencap of her making a funny face on the show.

Sara Bareilles Sings 'Bad Idea' in First 'Waitress' Broadway Footage - Watch Now!

The first video footage of Sara Bareilles on stage in the Broadway musical Waitress has been released!

The promo video features of montage of clips from the show while Sara and her co-star Chris Diamantopoulos sing the song “Bad Idea.”

Sara just joined the musical for 10 weeks only starting on March 31 and she’s already breaking records. Her first full week of performances grossed the most amount of money for any show in the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in just one week. Also April 8′s show now holds the record for biggest gross at the theatre for one performance.


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Sara Bareilles & Bette Midler Are Breaking Broadway Records!

It looks like women are ruling Broadway right now and Sara Bareilles and Bette Midler have broken records during the first days of their runs on the Great White Way!

Sara joined the cast of the musical Waitress, the show she wrote the music for, on Friday (March 31) and played four shows this weekend. All four shows were sold out and Saturday night’s performance brought in $180,000, the most amount of money that has ever been grossed for a single performance at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, according to Deadline.

Bette just started previews in the revival of the classic musical Hello, Dolly! and she played seven performances this past week, bringing in a gross of $1.96 million. This is the highest grossing week ever for the Shubert Theatre, and the show reached this milestone with only seven performances. Matilda, which held the previous Shubert record of $1.9 million, achieved the feat with nine performances. The standard Broadway week includes eight shows.

Make sure to get your tickets now to see Waitress and Hello, Dolly! before they’re not available any longer!

Sara Bareilles Makes Her Broadway Debut in 'Waitress' (Photos)

Sara Bareilles takes her bow during the curtain call for her opening night in the Broadway musical Waitress on Friday (March 31) at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City.

The Grammy and Tony-nominated singer just joined the cast alongside Chris Diamantopoulos and Will Swenson.

Sara wrote the music for the Broadway show, which opened one year ago. Now, she is part of the cast!

“I have no words. I am so grateful. now we do it 80 more times. 😳🙃👯🤰🏻💘😭👩🏻‍🍳💕 thank u to that INCREDIBLE audience. I will never forget this,” Sara tweeted after her first performance in the musical. You can catch her in the show until June 11!

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Sara Bareilles Sings 'Waitress' Song in Times Square! (Video)

Sara Bareilles is joining the cast of the Broadway show Waitress tonight (March 31) and to prepare for her debut, she went into the center of Times Square to sing one of the songs from the show!

The Grammy and Tony-nominated singer-songwriter performed the song “What Baking Can Do” and it was the first time she sang the song in public.

“It felt in the spirit of the show,” Sara told Vulture about performing in Times Square. “It’s a chamber piece. It’s an everyday story. I wanted to feel like we were jumping out into the middle of everything and doing it from the inside out.”

Sara wrote the music for the Broadway show and recorded the songs for an album released in 2015, but this song was added to the show after her album was made.

You only have 10 weeks to catch Sara in her Broadway debut, so make sure to get your tickets now!