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Five Popular Musicals on Broadway Right Now

Five Popular Musicals on Broadway Right Now

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Broadway, the home to many famous plays and musicals, has many shows currently playing that might make casual theatre goers plan a trip to New York. Here are five of the very best shows for avid theatergoers and those headed to the Big Apple for the first time.   Mean Girls   https://www.insta...

Brand new shows hitting Broadway 2018

Brand new shows hitting Broadway 2018

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

June 20, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Whether you're headed to New York City this upcoming summer, fall, or winter season, there is a handful of new broadway shows waiting to be seen. Here are some of the newest shows opening  on the “Great White Way” this year. Gettin’ The Band Back Together This musical tells the story of ...

Broadway musical Bandstand makes limited big screen run

Broadway musical Bandstand makes limited big screen run

Tori Moss, Managing Editor

June 20, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The 2017 Tony Award-winning musical for Best Choreography, Bandstand, will hit the big screen in just five days. For two days only, June 25 and 28, the hit musical Bandstand, featuring Laura Osnes and Corey Cott, will be shown in movie theatres all over the country. Produced by Fathom Events, the show wi...

Inside Broadway’s Intriguing Secret Rehearsal Studio

Inside Broadway’s Intriguing Secret Rehearsal Studio

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

May 22, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Broadway is known for putting on large plays and musical performances full of acting, dancing, and singing. What many don’t know is where rehearsals take place for some of these shows. The secret 10 story studio, located on 42nd street, is where many broadway shows go to practice dances or cho...

“Be More Chill” Becomes an Off-Broadway Musical

“Be More Chill” Becomes an Off-Broadway Musical

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“Be More Chill,” a musical that first opened at Two River Theatre, will now be making an appearance at Signature Theatre Company off-broadway in New York. The musical previously opened at Two River Theatre in New Jersey in the summer of 2015. “Be More Chill” is about a high schooler named ...

2018 Tony Award nominations announced

Tori Moss, Managing editor

May 2, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The nominations for this year’s Tony Awards were announced live from the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in Lincoln Center via CBS on May 1, 2018. Broadway stars Leslie Odom Jr. and Katherine Mcphee were the announced the nominees. Out of all the possible productions that could ha...

“Wicked” Welcomes Two New Cast Members

“Wicked” Welcomes Two New Cast Members

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

February 8, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“Wicked” will be replacing two of its cast members, Chad Jennings and Rondi Reed, for the characters of Doctor Dillamond and Madame Morrible. The role of Doctor Dillamond will soon be played by Martin Moran, and Isabel Keating will be Madame Morrible. This new pair of actors will begin pe...

Broadway Making Strong Connections with Younger Audience

Broadway Making Strong Connections with Younger Audience

Christopher Santiago, Copy Editor

November 8, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Broadway is making a comeback, and the audience going to see these shows might not be what some expect.   As of recently, Broadway has seen an increase in the amount of youth attending shows. The musicals Dear Evan Hansen and Hamilton are some of the productions introducing a younger audience to the world of t...

Broadway star shares insights at HHS Community Day

Broadway star shares insights at HHS Community Day

April 29, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Hershey

By: Henry Isaacson During Hershey High School’s first ever Community Day, students expected to learn about other subjects, but were learning about themselves. High school is a time to figure out what’s next in life. Students are constantly searching for a new meaning, and today, they g...

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