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“Phantom of the Opera” to close on Broadway in early 2023, ending 35-year run
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“Phantom of the Opera” to close on Broadway in early 2023, ending 35-year run

Following an unparalleled 35-year run, the New York production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom of the Opera," Broadway's longest-running show, will end in early 2023, producers confirmed Friday. The show's final performance will be held on Feb. 18, 2023, producers Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Group said in a news release. "As a British producer who has been lucky enough to have been producing in New York for over 40 consecutive years, it has been an unparalleled honour to have presented the longest-running musical in Broadway's history, Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'The Phantom of the Opera,'" Mackintosh said in a statement. "That this legendary show has thrilled New York for nearly 35 phenomenal years is quite astounding to me."  Since...
“Phantom of the Opera” closing on Broadway
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“Phantom of the Opera” closing on Broadway

"Phantom of the Opera" closing on Broadway - CBS News Watch CBS News The curtain will soon come down on Broadway's longest-running show. "The Phantom of the Opera" will close in February after nearly 35 years and more than 13,000 performances. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On Source link
Meet the breakout star in Broadway’s “Into the Woods”: Milky White
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Meet the breakout star in Broadway’s “Into the Woods”: Milky White

Meet the breakout star in Broadway's "Into the Woods": Milky White - CBS News Watch CBS News The award-winning fairy tale mashup "Into the Woods" is back on Broadway for its third production, and among the distinguished cast is a cow that's stealing the show. CBS News correspondent Jamie Wax sits down with actor Kennedy Kanagawa, the man bringing the character of Milky White to life in a new way. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On Source link
Sandy Duncan on life before and after “Peter Pan”
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Sandy Duncan on life before and after “Peter Pan”

Sandy Duncan on life before and after "Peter Pan" - CBS News Watch CBS News Entertainer Sandy Duncan danced in her first recital at age five in a tiny Texas oil town. She would go on to star in films and on Broadway, earning three Tony nominations (including for the 1979 revival of "Peter Pan") and two Emmy nominations (including for her role in the landmark mini-series "Roots"). Not to mention guest starring with a gaggle of Muppets. Duncan, now 76, talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about achieving her greatest triumph after recovering from a brain tumor behind her left eye. ...