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SHOWS TO LOOK OUT FOR THIS FALL

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SHOWS TO LOOK OUT FOR THIS FALL | THE BROADWAY BEAT

New York is set to see some huge stars take the stage this fall in highly anticipated new productions and revivals.  The following four shows are likely to be a hot ticket – so get your tickets now to avoid becoming green with envy.

THE FRONT PAGE - The star-studded revival of the 1928 play The Front Page chronicles a group of newspaper journalists in Chicago.  The cast includes Nathan Lane (The Producers), John Slattery (“Mad Men”), John Goodman (The Big Lebowski) and Holland Taylor (The Truman Show) just to name a few. 

DEAR EVAN HANSEN - The musical-to-beat...

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