On Broadway: Playing Now, Coming Soon

The curtain is coming down on "Shrek the Musical," but there is still plenty happening on the Great White Way.

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Lucy Prebble's "Enron" is playing at The Broadhurst Theatre now through May 9, 2010.
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Actors Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes star in "Promises, Promises" at the Broadway Theatre, now playing.
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Actors Kelsey Grammer and Douglas Hodges perform in the "La Cage Aux Folles" on Broadway at The Longacre Theatre, now playing.
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Actors Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth join the cast of The Addams Family Musical at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, now playing.
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Green Day's "American Idiot" rock opera album turned Broadway show directed by Michael Mayer opened on April 20, 2010 at the St. James Theatre.
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Actor Denzel Washington stars alongside actress Viola Davis in the Broadway revival of August Wilson's "Fences" at the Cort Theatre for a limited engagement now through July 11, 2010.
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Actors Justin Bartha, Anthony LaPaglia, Tony Shalhoub, and Jay Klatiz star in "Lend Me a Tenor" directed by Stanley Tucci, now at the Music Box Theatre.
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Actors Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, Zoe Kazan and Anthony Mackie star in Martin McDonagh's "A Behanding In Spokane" at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre now through June 6, 2010.
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Actress Robin Wright will make her Broadway debut alongside actor Richard Schiff in Lanford Wilson's play "Talley's Folly" slated to open in spring 2011.
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Actresses Abigail Breslin and Alison Pill starred in "The Miracle Worker" at the Circle in the Square Theatre.
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Actors Dame Edna and Michael Feinstein in "All About Me" on Broadway at Henry Miller's Theatre.
Rosie O'Donnell will return to the Off-Broadway play "Love, Loss, and What I Wore" from March 3, 2010 through March 28, 2010.
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Former Destiny's Child singer Michelle Williams plays Roxie Hart in "Chicago" at the The Ambassador Theatre now through March 28, 2010, is extending her run to April 13, 2010.
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Actress Lucy Liu will make her Broadway debut in the 2009 Tony Winner for Best Play "God of Carnage" starting March 2, 2010.
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Actor Corbin Bleu plays Usnavi in the 2008 Tony Award Winner for Best Musical "In the Heights" now through April 25, 2010, has extended his run to July 25, 2010.
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(L-R) Actors Richard Thomas, David Alan Grier, James Spader and Kerri Washington can be seen in David Mamet's play "Race" at The Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
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(L-R) Actors Brent Barrett, Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and Deidre Goodwin. On November 30, 2009, Simpson-Wentz made her Broadway debut as Roxie Hart in "Chicago" for a ten-week engagement.
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Actors Gina Gershon and John Stamos performed in the 2009 Broadway revival of "Bye Bye Birdie" at the Roundabout Theatre Company.
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Kelsey Grammer is set to star on Broadway in "La Cage aux Folles" in the spring of 2010. "La Cage" concerns the relationship between a French Riviera nightclub owner, portrayed by Grammer, and its drag star, who will be played by British star, Douglas Hodge.
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"A View From the Bridge": Scarlett Johansson in one of Arthur Miller's more passionate drama of a longshoreman obsessed with his 17-year-old niece, played by Johansson. Jealousy erupts when the niece falls in love with an immigrant. Catch it when it opens in January at the Cort Theatre. Tickets will be available soon.
"A Little Night Music": Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury star in this romantic and witty story in the Swedish countryside at the turn of the century. The show opens in December at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
"In the Heights": The 2008 Tony winner for Best Musical about a close-knit community in upper Manhattan is still going strong at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
"Ragtime": This acclaimed production tie three different American stories together. A wife in the upper-class, a Jewish immigrant to be something and promising Harlem musician all face different problems, but their determination and promise unite them. The show is at the Neil Simon Theatre.
"Finian's Ranbow": An Irish dreamer in a mthical state Missitucky comes acorss many complications including a credit crisis and a bigoted southern Senator. Catch this show at the St. James Theatre.
"Rock of Ages": This musical full of face-melting guitar solos revisits Hollywood, circa 1986, when hair metal ruled the world. At the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
"9 to 5": The hit movie from 1980 comes to Broadway starring Megan Hilty, Allison Janney and Stephanie J. Block. See it now at the Marquis Theatre.
"Hair": One of the most beloved musicals of all time returns to Broadway yet again with a brand new cast, including Sasha Allen as Dionne. At the Al Hirschfield Theatre.
"God of Carnage": Marcia Gay Harden and James Gandolfini star as parents who meet with another couple after their sons are involved in a playground fight in this "comedy of manners without the manners" currently at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.
"West Side Story": Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's teamed up for the classic score to this retelling of "Romeo & Juliet" set in 1950s New York City. At the Palace Theatre.
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"The Phantom of the Opera": More than 20 years after winning seven Tony Awards, Andrew Lloyd Webber's timeless opus now stars Howard McGillin as the Phantom and Marni Raab as Christine. Tickets are available at the Majestic Theatre.
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"The Addams Family" is coming to Broadway as a musical. Casting hasn't been announced, but actress Bebe Neuwirth is one of the actors who participated in a reading of the musical in January.
"Chicago": A musical tale about "Murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery -- all those things we hold near and dear to our hearts" is at the Ambassador Theatre.
"The 39 Steps": Francesca Faridany and Sean Mahon star in this comic crime caper adapted from an Alfred Hitchcock classic playing at the Helen Hayes Theatre.
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"The Lion King": Director Julie Taymor's Broadway version of the Disney film about the circle of life won six 1998 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Tickets are available at the Minskoff Theatre.
"Memphis": This rocking musical set in the 1950s tells the story of radio DJ whose passion for music transcends racial lines. See it today at the Shubert Theatre.
"Hamlet": Jude Law takes the lead in Shakespeare's infamous revenge tragedy. Tickets are available at the Broadhurst Theatre.
"Billy Elliot": Kiril Kulish is one of three actors who share time as the title character in the musical adaptation of the film about a young boy who loves to dance, much to the chagrin of his family and friends. Tickets available at the Imperial Theatre.
"Wicked": The Grammy and Tony-winning musical about the friendship between two witches from the land of Oz before Dorothy and her little dog Toto came around. Tickets are available at the Gershwin Theatre.
"Mary Poppins": Everybody's favorite umbrella-riding nanny is back, starring Ashley Brown in the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious title role and Adam Fiorentino as Bert. The show is currently at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
"Jersey Boys": Starring Matt Bogart as Nick Massi , Jarrod Spector as Frankie Valli, Sebastian Arcelus as Bob Gaudio and Dominic Nolfi as Tommy DeVito, better known collectively as The Four Seasons. Tickets are available for this 2006 Tony Winner for Best Musical at the August Wilson Theatre.
"Mamma Mia!": Judy McLane, Carolee Carmello and Gina Ferrall star in the show based on the songs of ABBA that made the jukebox musical a Broadway staple. Tickets available at the Winter Garden Theatre.
"Shrek the Musical": The green ogre everyone loves transitions to the Broadway stage smoothly after great success in movie theatres. Catch this show while you can at the Broadway Theatre.
"Dreamgirls": The story of the 60s Motown girls rise from rags to riches on stage. The show will be at the Apollo Theatre.
"Bye Bye Birdie": John Stamos plays the manager of a 60s teen idol drafted into the army who gets the star a gig on the Ed Sullivan Show. Watch the show at Henry Miller's Theatre.
"Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark": Spider-Man takes the Broadway stage in a new take on the man with mythical spider-like powers. Preview the show at the Hilton Theatre in February. Tickets will be available soon.
"After Miss Julie": The classic dram of sex and class shows a younng Miss Jullie engaging in a power struggle and forbidden flirtation. The show is at the American AirlinesTheatre.
"Next to Normal": This musical looks into how a modern suburban family deals with crisis. Catch the musical at the Booth Theatre.
"South Pacific": A U.S. Navy nurse falls in love with a plantation owner in this Tony Award winner. The romantic Broadway show is at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre.
"Oleanna": A college student unhappy with her grade appraoches her professor triggers a power stuggle that exposes how destructive miscommunication and political correctness are. Catch this show at the John Golden Theatre.
"The Radio City Christmas Spectacular": Ring in the holiday season with this classic. Catch the show at the Radio City Music Hall.
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