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VIDEO: The Beach Boys have landed on Broadway, thanks to the new musical Good Vibrations. Check out our video feature which includes interviews with the cast and creative team, and some great footage from the show!

PHOTO OP: Off-Broadway got huge shot of star power last Thursday night when The New Group's revival of Hurlyburly opened. Included in the cast are Parker Posey, Bobby Cannavale, Wallace Shawn and Ethan Hawke.

ASK A STAR: Kathie Lee Gifford, making her debut as a musical theater writer with Under the Bridge, has agreed to take on user questions. Go on and ask a star!


Billy Crystal's 700 Sundays Extends for 55 More Performances

Wilson's Gem of the Ocean to Take Final Bow on February 6
Twelve Angry Men Extends Through April 3

Cast Announced for Caesar, Starring Denzel Washington

Broadway-Bound Purlie to Play Pasadena and Chicago

A Lighter Hairspray to Head to Las Vegas in Late 2005

Barrett Foa Moves into a Starring Role in Avenue Q
Michael Ball Steps in for Ailing Crawford in The Woman in White
Tony-Winning Revival of Death of a Saleman Heads to West End
Mamet's Romance Extends Before Beginning at the Atlantic
Murphy & Skinner Join A Tree Grows in Brooklyn at Encores!


Q&A: Former downtown theater gal Julie Halston has officially moved on up, following up a role as one of Gypsy's strippers with a new part in Hairspray!

PHOTO OP: Believe it or not, The Phantom of the Opera just celebrated its 17th birthday, but it is still going strong!

REVIEW: Did our critic get entranced by the bad behavior and hip stars in the off-B'way revival of Hurlyburly?

THE INSIDER: Ken Mandelbaum reveals his personal favorite shows of the 1970s, including a trio of Stephen Sondheim/Harold Prince productions.

DATEBOOK: Jane Krakowski shows her naughty side, Mackie makes like McReele and two Scoundrels land on Broadway.

Shockheaded Peter: In the spirit of Tim Burton and Edward Gorey comes this hilariously gruesome and wildly acclaimed musical staging of a classic 19th century children's book. Tickets are now on sale! Performances start February 11.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: Performances start this week at the Imperial Theatre for this brand-new musical from the creators of Broadway's The Full Monty. Grab your tickets before the buzz gets too big!

Gem of the Ocean: This is your last week to catch Phylicia Rashad in the ninth installment of playwright August Wilson's 10-play cycle about the African-American experience in the 20th century. The show ends its run on February 6.

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