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  • 'How to Succeed,' starring Nick Jonas, to close on Broadway

    'How to Succeed,' starring Nick Jonas, to close on Broadway
    The Broadway revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" will end its run at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York on May 20, organizers announced this week. The musical, which currently stars pop singer Nick Jonas, will have played 473 regular performances by the time it closes.
  • Robert Miles Parker dies; artist, architectural preservationist

    Robert Miles Parker, a free-spirited artist who sparked an architectural preservation movement in San Diego and translated the personalities of Los Angeles and New York into distinctive pen-and-ink drawings of their buildings, has died. He was 72. His...

    NBC gets its Broadway on in 'Smash' Super Bowl ad [video]

     
    The Super Bowl and Broadway-style musical numbers aren't the most natural fit in the world. You could probably count the demographic overlap on just one hand. But on Sunday evening, there was NBC, gamely belting its heart out in an effort to promote its...

    Monster Mash: Darren Criss fuels 'How to Succeed' box office

     
    Darren Criss helped the musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" to bring in an impressive $1,386,065 at the box office for the most recent week. Barbara Slilfka, a former fashion editor at Harper's Bazaar, has been elected to the...

    Darren Criss to replace Daniel Radcliffe in 'How to Succeed'

     
    Darren Criss, who plays the character Blaine Anderson on Fox's "Glee," will make his Broadway debut in January after Daniel Radcliffe leaves the Broadway revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."