Billy Crystal, Shoshana Bean and performers from “Company,” “MJ,” “A Strange Loop,” “Six” and other Tony-nominated shows will share songs and stories.
It will be the busiest April for Broadway openings in more than a decade. But some of its biggest stars have been sidelined by positive tests.
With the musical “Paradise Square” preparing to open Sunday, Garth Drabinsky is hoping to re-establish himself after serving time in a Canadian prison for fraud.
Before leading her first Broadway musical in “Paradise Square,” she had long deferred to others in the rehearsal room — until she realized how much she has to share.