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- The Addams Family
- Aida
- American Idiot
- Anything Goes
- Avenue Q
- Bare
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Cabaret
- Camp
- Candide
- CATS
- Carousel
- Catch Me If You Can
- Chicago
- The Children's Hour
- Company
- Dreamgirls
- Ella Enchanted
- Everyday Rapture
- Falling for Eve
- Funny Girl
- Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
- Glee
- Godspell
- Grease
- Gypsy
- Hair
- Hairspray
- Herringbone
- How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
- In The Heights
- Into The Woods
- Jersey Boys
- The Last Five Years
- Legally Blonde: The Musical
- Les Misérables
- The Lion King
- The Little Mermaid
- Mame
- Marilyn Monroe
- Mary Poppins
- The Music Man
- Next to Normal
- Oklahoma!
- Pacific Overtures
- Phantom of the Opera
- Promises, Promises
- Ragtime
- Rent
- Rocky Horror Picture Show
- The Sound of Music
- Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
- Spring Awakening
- Sweeney Todd
- Tarzan
- There's No Business Like Show Business
- Throughly Modern Millie
- A Very Potter Musical
- Victor/Victoria
- West Side Story
- Wicked
- Wizard of Oz
- Xanadu
- You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

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- Aaron Tveit
- Adam Chanler-Berat
- Adam Lambert
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- Alan Cumming
- Alexandra Socha
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- Alfred Drake
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- Bernadette Peters
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- Brooks Ashmanskas
- Caissie Levy
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- Cheyenne Jackson
- Chip Zien
- Chris Colfer
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- Daniel Reichard
- Danielle Ferland
- Daphne Rubin-Vega
- Darren Criss
- Devon Stone
- Dianna Agron
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- Donna Murphy
- Eden Espinosa
- Elisabeth Moss
- Elton John
- Elizabeth Judd
- Ellen Burstyn
- Emmy Rossum
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- Fredi Walker
- Gabriella Malek
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- Gerard Butler
- Gerard Butler
- Gideon Glick
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- Ginger Rogers
- Gordon MacRae
- Harry Shum Jr.
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- Heather Morris
- Helena Bonham Carter
- Hunter Parrish
- Idina Menzel
- J. Robert Spencer
- Jake Epstein
- James Marsters
- Jamie Campbell Bower
- Janet Dacal
- Jenna Ushkowitz
- Jennifer Damiano
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- Jesse L. Martin
- Jill Haworth
- Joan Roberts
- Joel Grey
- John Gallagher Jr.
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- Jonathan B. Wright
- Jonathan Groff
- Jonathan Larson
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- Orfeh
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- Seth Stewart
- Sherie Rene Scott
- Shirley Jones
- Sierra Bogges
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- Sophia Loren
- Stanley Wayne Mathis
- Stephanie Umoh
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- Stephen Sondheim
- Sutton Foster
- Taye Diggs
- Teal Wicks
- Tracie Thoms
- Tom Flynn
- Tony Goldwyn
- Tony Vincent
- Tonya Pinkins
- Tyler Maynard
- Vanessa Hudgens
- Victor Garber
- Wilson Jermaine Heredia

fuckyeahwarblers:

Glee Star Darren Criss Confirmed to Succeed Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway

Big news for Glee fans: Breakout star Darren Criss will get a three-week run as J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying after Daniel Radcliffe departs the smash-hit revival on January 1, 2012, a production spokesperson confirmed to Broadway.com. Criss, who plays Chris Colfer’s boyfriend Blaine on Glee, will make his Broadway debut on January 3 and continue through January 22. The actor was recently upped to become a regular cast member in the third season of the hit series. His Broadway stint coincides with the show’s hiatus.Ironically, Criss first achieved Internet fame playing the boy wizard in A Very Potter Musical and A Very Potter Sequel. A co-founder of StarKid productions, he demonstrated his affinity for musical theater in homemade videos of himself singing “Belle” from Beauty and the Beast and “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid. Criss’ cover of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” in his first Glee episode debuted at #1 on Billboard for the first time in the show’s history, selling more than 200,000 tracks in its first week.“Daniel gives an extraordinary performance eight times a week and we knew finding someone to fill his shoes would be nearly impossible, director/choreographer Rob Ashford said in a statement. “When we learned of Darren’s dream of performing on Broadway we knew we had found our Finch but presumed his Glee schedule would eliminate any chance to work with him. We are ecstatic and grateful to Ryan Murphy and his Glee team at 20th Century Fox TV for helping to make both Darren’s and our dream come true.”How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying opened on March 27 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre and scored eight Tony nominations, including Best Revival of a Musical. In addition to Radcliffe, the production currently stars Tony winner John Larroquette as J.B. Biggley, Rose Hemingway as Rosemary Pilkington, Tammy Blanchard as Hedy La Rue, Mary Faber as Smitty and Christopher J. Hanke as Bud Frump.

(source)

fuckyeahwarblers:

Glee Star Darren Criss Confirmed to Succeed Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway

Big news for Glee fans: Breakout star Darren Criss will get a three-week run as J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying after Daniel Radcliffe departs the smash-hit revival on January 1, 2012, a production spokesperson confirmed to Broadway.com. Criss, who plays Chris Colfer’s boyfriend Blaine on Glee, will make his Broadway debut on January 3 and continue through January 22. The actor was recently upped to become a regular cast member in the third season of the hit series. His Broadway stint coincides with the show’s hiatus.

Ironically, Criss first achieved Internet fame playing the boy wizard in A Very Potter Musical and A Very Potter Sequel. A co-founder of StarKid productions, he demonstrated his affinity for musical theater in homemade videos of himself singing “Belle” from Beauty and the Beast and “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid. Criss’ cover of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” in his first Glee episode debuted at #1 on Billboard for the first time in the show’s history, selling more than 200,000 tracks in its first week.

“Daniel gives an extraordinary performance eight times a week and we knew finding someone to fill his shoes would be nearly impossible, director/choreographer Rob Ashford said in a statement. “When we learned of Darren’s dream of performing on Broadway we knew we had found our Finch but presumed his Glee schedule would eliminate any chance to work with him. We are ecstatic and grateful to Ryan Murphy and his Glee team at 20th Century Fox TV for helping to make both Darren’s and our dream come true.”

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying opened on March 27 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre and scored eight Tony nominations, including Best Revival of a Musical. In addition to Radcliffe, the production currently stars Tony winner John Larroquette as J.B. Biggley, Rose Hemingway as Rosemary Pilkington, Tammy Blanchard as Hedy La Rue, Mary Faber as Smitty and Christopher J. Hanke as Bud Frump.

(source)


EXCLUSIVE: DARREN CRISS HEADED TO BROADWAY?
The news is brimming with symbolism - the  young actor who portrayed Harry Potter in viral online videos is to step  in for the actor who played the boy wizard on the big screen. I hear  that Darren Criss, breakout star of Fox’s hit dramedy Glee, is poised to make his Broadway debut, succeeding Daniel Radcliffe as the lead in the Broadway musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. Negotiations between Criss and the musical’s producers, Craig Zadan  & Neil Meron and Broadway Across America, are expected to begin  shortly, after Glee co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy  and the series’ producing studio 20th Century Fox TV gave Criss their  blessing for the stint. (I hear Murphy even encouraged the actor, who  made his processional stage debut at age 10, to fulfill his Broadway  dream).
If a deal is made, Criss will replace Radcliffe when the Harry Potter star finishes his run in early January to return to movies. Criss will do a 3-week stint in addition to 2 weeks of rehearsals in December, missing a total of an episode and a half of Glee. 
Additionally, I hear that Criss may make his feature debut opposite Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening in Imogene for American Splendor helmers Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini as the Glee producers have agreed to accommodate him for that too, the same way they have let other cast members (such as Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison and Dianna Agron) do movies during Glee production.

EXCLUSIVE: DARREN CRISS HEADED TO BROADWAY?

The news is brimming with symbolism - the young actor who portrayed Harry Potter in viral online videos is to step in for the actor who played the boy wizard on the big screen. I hear that Darren Criss, breakout star of Fox’s hit dramedy Glee, is poised to make his Broadway debut, succeeding Daniel Radcliffe as the lead in the Broadway musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. Negotiations between Criss and the musical’s producers, Craig Zadan & Neil Meron and Broadway Across America, are expected to begin shortly, after Glee co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy and the series’ producing studio 20th Century Fox TV gave Criss their blessing for the stint. (I hear Murphy even encouraged the actor, who made his processional stage debut at age 10, to fulfill his Broadway dream).

If a deal is made, Criss will replace Radcliffe when the Harry Potter star finishes his run in early January to return to movies. Criss will do a 3-week stint in addition to 2 weeks of rehearsals in December, missing a total of an episode and a half of Glee.

Additionally, I hear that Criss may make his feature debut opposite Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening in Imogene for American Splendor helmers Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini as the Glee producers have agreed to accommodate him for that too, the same way they have let other cast members (such as Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison and Dianna Agron) do movies during Glee production.

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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

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How to Succeed in Bussinus Without Really Trying

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How to Succeed in Bussinus Without Really Trying

Broadway.com’s review of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”

(Source: showtunesandbroadwaystars)

(Source: kellistar)

Daniel Radcliffe and Anderson Cooper in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”

(Source: showtunesandbroadwaystars)