Broadway


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a street in Manhattan that passes through Times Square

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The national exposure for 'Avenue Q,' the Broadway run, the Tonys, the tour--it's all absolutely made a difference.
On Broadway, between Canal and Houston streets, most of the shuttered stores are currently being renovated and new tenants are moving in, while on the same stretch of five blocks on West Broadway, the closed stores are seeing little activity.
Broadway Dance Center will occupy the entire third floor, which will be delivered raw, for a term of six-and-a-half years.
So it's safe to say that it's just an accident that the coming Broadway season is shaping up as a classic showdown between dance-driven musicals and the other kind.
Broadway will again be closed today for what organizers have dubbed the Great American Boycott.
That relevance fades away in the last two episodes, of course, since Broadway no longer chums out popular tunes that dominate the radio or stars who tower over the culture.
They wanted Capeman to do what no other Broadway show had done before: consider the fears and terrors and raptures of New York's urban poor at a human scale--not some giant icon of the downtrodden in the manner of Les Miz, and not the outsized exotics of West Side Story.
Like those on Broadway, Off-Broadway theaters began to suffer from soaring costs, which this stimulated the emergence of still less expensive and more daring productions, labeled Off-Off-Broadway.
LOS ANGELES -- Broadway Financial Corporation ("Company") (NASDAQ:BYFC), the holding company of Broadway Federal Bank, f.
The consumer electronics giant took 6,400 s/f on the ground floor at the corner of Broadway & West 62nd Street.
Some years ago, a seasoned Broadway pit musician mentioned to me that he had once toured with Chita Rivera.
Streamers in the colors of both the American and Mexican flags crisscrossed over 36 city blocks down Broadway.
Whoopi Goldberg returns to Broadway to star in a revival of the blues-infused tale of legendary lesbian singer Gertrude "Ma" Rainey.
The audience for plays will go anywhere -- if the play is good," says Ben Sprecher, who put a top price ticket of $65 on Yasmina Reza's "The Unexpected Man" at his Off Broadway venue, the Promenade Theater.
Javier Leon, Chivas' CEO, explained that, "The partnership between Chivas and Broadway will directly benefit our mutual constituencies within the greater Los Angeles area and allow Chivas to grow its brand, improve the quality of its product and the Chivas experience.