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’s Alternate Universe Has a New Spin on
Much like our world’s
, the series’ all-black production of the famed musical has social commentary on its mind.
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s Ali Stroker Becomes First Wheelchair User to Take Home a Tony Award
Stroker was also the first person who uses a wheelchair to star in a Broadway show, performing in the 2015 revival of
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’s Tonys Performance Included Gun Violence Victims
The musical revival is the first “gun neutral” show on Broadway.
Releases Very Dark, Very Sexy Music Video
People will say we’re [redacted].
Adaptation Is Sweeping Toward Your TV Screen
No, not the dark, sexy
The Brightness (and Badonkadonk) Amid the Menace: Re-Reviewing
This groundbreakingly dark production also contains a lot of joy, not to mention sex appeal.
Frank Rich: Oklahoma Was Never Really O.K.
A new production exposes the darkness that’s always been at the heart of the musical — and the American experiment.
’s Ali Stroker on Wheelchair Choreography and Sexiness
The actress talks about backstage accessibility and sex appeal on wheels.
Dark, Sexy, Reconceived
to Transfer to Broadway
The new take on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic earned raves Off Broadway.
Theater Review: An
Where the Storm Clouds Loom Above the Plain
Excavating the messy America beneath the beautiful morning.
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B. Shelton Uses Tractor to Save Men in Oklahoma
This is one way to lend a hand.
Oscar-Winner Celeste Holm Dies at 95
Won an Oscar for 1947’s