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Broadway stars Nick Adams, Ashley Brown, Jessica Rush and Michael James Scott will lend their voices to a benefit production of Jason Robert Brown's "Songs for a New World" this spring.
There are lots of musicals that inspire and stimulate. Only one makes you want to rush outside to buy a newspaper, join a union and hug someone from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
A former "American Idol" contestant is heading to Broadway with a character who, it's safe to say, is truly two-faced.
Bonnie and Clyde became famous when they teamed up, so it's somewhat appropriate that the new Broadway musical based on their story has brought together two great couples, albeit with less actual bloodshed.