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What’s Playing on Broadway
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To keep you up to date on what’s playing on the Main Stem, what shows are coming in, what shows are casting, here’s a rundown of all the shows currently playing. Check back each week to see the changes.

Al Hirschfeld: "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." Teen heartthrob Nick Jonas is keeping this revival hot.

Ambassador: "Chicago." This long-running revival shows no signs of stopping.

American Airlines: "Don’t Dress for Dinner." Roundabout’s production of this French farce opened April 26 for a limited run.

August Wilson: "Jersey Boys." Now in its sixth year, still walking like a man.

Belasco: "End of the Rainbow." This play with music about the last days of Judy Garland just opened.

Bernard B. Jacobs: "Once." A small-scale musical transfer from Off-Broadway has good word of mouth and positive reviews.

Booth: "Other Desert Cities." Jon Robin Baitz’s hit family drama has been playing since November after an Off-Broadway run at Lincoln Center last season.

Broadhurst: "A Streetcar Named Desire." A non-traditionally cast version of Tennessee Williams’ classic opened April 22.

Broadway: "Sister Act." Raven Symone just stepped into the lead of this hit from last season.

Brooks Atkinson: "Peter and the Starcatcher." The "Peter Pan" prequel just opened after a well-received run Off-Broadway last season.

Circle in the Square:
"Godspell." The pop-rock version of the Gospel according to St. Matthew opened earlier this season.

Cort: "The Lyons." After "Stick Fly" closed here, Nicky Silver’s dysfunctional family comedy from Off-Broadway started previews and opened April 23.

Ethel Barrymore: "Death of a Salesman." The latest revival of Arthur Miller’s classic plays for a limited run, closing on June 2.

Eugene O’Neill: "The Book of Mormon." Last season’s Tony winner for best musical continues to break house records. 

Foxwoods: "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." Despite backstage turmoil, this comic-book spectacle soars high.

Gerald Schoenfeld: "Gore Vidal’s The Best Man." An all-star revival of this political drama recently opened.

Helen Hayes: "Rock of Ages." The tribute to the 1980s keeps on partying.

Imperial: "Nice Work If You Can Get It." A new musical using the Gershwin songbook opened April 24. 

John Golden: "Seminar." Theresa Rebeck’s comedy continues with Jeff Goldblum taking over for Alan Rickman as a vicious writing coach.

Longacre: "Magic/Bird." Eric Simonson switches from football (last season's "Lombardi") to basketball in this bio drama about Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Larry Bird.

Lunt-Fontanne: "Ghost." The musical based on the supernatural romantic drama opened April 23.

Lyceum: "Venus in Fur." David Ives' sexy two-character play continues its journey from Off-Broadway at CSC to on Broadway with Manhattan Theatre Club to commercial run.

Majestic: "Phantom of the Opera." The longest-running show in Broadway history.

Marquis: "Evita." The West End revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's megahit recently opened with pop star Ricky Martin.

Minskoff: "The Lion King." Disney's biggest hit just passed "Phantom" as the highest earning production in Broadway history.

Music Box: "One Man, Two Guvnors." The National Theater's modern version of Goldoni's "A Servant of Two masters" opened April 18.

Nederlander: "Newsies." Disney's stage version of the flop film appears to be a hit.

Neil Simon: "Jesus Christ Superstar." This revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's rock opera comes from the Stratford Festival.

New Amsterdam: "Mary Poppins." Another Disney hit remains airborne after five years.
Palace: "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." The fun frolic based on the cult movie continues from last season.

Richard Rodgers: "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess." The controversial restaging of the "folk opera" is scheduled through the end of June. 

Samuel J. Friedman: "The Columnist." Manhattan Theater Club presents David Auburn's new play about real-life political columnist Joseph Alsop.

Shubert: "Memphis." The 2010 Tony winner for best musical keeps on rocking.

St. James: "Leap of Faith." This musical version of the film comedy about a con man posing as a faith healer opens April 26.

Stephen Sondheim: "Anything Goes." The Roundabout revival is still tapping up a storm.

Studio 54: Empty. The only unoccupied house on Broadway. A revival of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" from Roundabout opens here in the fall.

Vivian Beaumont: "War Horse." One of the few non-musical long-running hits on Broadway.

Walter Kerr: "Clybourne Park." Bruce Norris' riff on "A Raisin in the Sun" ran Off-Broadway two seasons agp, was a hit in London and opened on Broadway April 19.

Winter Garden: "Mamma Mia." The ABBA jukebox tuner is still drawing in audiences.

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