MRS. DOUBTFIRE to feature Tony-nominee Rob McClure reprising title role from Broadway

"Mrs. Doubtfire", the beloved 1993 film that captured the hearts of audiences worldwide, has been reborn as an endearing new family musical. This delightful adaptation takes the endearing story of love, family, and self-discovery to new heights with its catchy songs, talented cast, and memorable performances—most notably a tour-de-force turn by Tony nominee Rob McClure,... Continue Reading →

Aladdin Study Guide

A comprehensive overview of the show's design, music, characters and themes created by Disney Theatrical Productions Education Department. Aladdin_studyguide_3.8.22Download

SIX Study Guide

Learn more about the history of Henry VIII's wives and the creation of the show Dramaturgical info and context Meet the creators Reflection and connection SIX-Broadway-Teacher-Resource-GuideDownload

Girl from the North Country Study Guide

This guide is designed to be a flexible teaching tool focusing on different aspects of the show. The guide is broken up into three sections: Getting to know the show, Conor McPherson story The Great Depression and historical context Bob Dylan and his music GFTNC_Audience-Enrichment-Guide-Broadway-1Download

A Revolutionary Show that Reigns Supreme

In the world of musical theater, one show has taken the world by storm with its infectious tunes, powerful storytelling, and empowering message. SIX has swiftly risen to become a sensational hit, captivating audiences around the globe. With its unique blend of history, contemporary pop music, and an all-female cast, this innovative production reimagines the... Continue Reading →

Bringing ALADDIN to the Stage

by Courtney Potter Early in the evolution of Aladdin, composer Alan Menken, book writer and lyricist Chad Beguelin and director/choreographer Casey Nicholaw got together to write a brand new song for the stage musical – a unique collaboration that could only happen on Broadway. “We needed to write a new song for the Genie, [for]... Continue Reading →

HAMILTON Choreographer (and Cincinnati Native) Gives CATS a New Spring in Its Step

By Gerard Raymond “So many millions of people have a love affair with this show; I feel it is important to give them what they remember,” says Andy Blankenbuehler, who choreographed the first Broadway revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats, the musical phenomenon that has captivated audiences since the 1980s.  Blankenbuehler, one of the preeminent Broadway choreographers working... Continue Reading →

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