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Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks Handles Heavy Themes In Racial Drama 'White Noise'

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Students perform in Granite Bay High School's original production of Ranked. Yarcenia Garcia/Courtesy of Granite Bay High School hide caption

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A Dystopian High School Musical Foresaw The College Admissions Scandal

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'The Lehman Trilogy' Is A Parable Of American Capitalism

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Irrational Exuberance: Audiences Love Broadway Hit 'Greenspan'

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Heidi Schreck's What the Constitution Means to Me opens on Broadway on Sunday. Joan Marcus/Matt Ross Public Relations hide caption

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Staging A Debate Over 'What The Constitution Means To Me'

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How Women Have Been 'Profoundly' Left Out Of The U.S. Constitution

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In Choir Boy, a gifted singer endures anti-gay bullying at his all-boys prep school. Matthew Murphy/Courtesy of Manhattan Theatre Club hide caption

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'Moonlight' Writer's Broadway Debut Stars A Queer, Black 'Choir Boy'

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In 'Choir Boy,' 'Moonlight' Writer Brings Prep School Coming-Of-Age Story To Broadway

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Lawyers for Broadway producer Scott Rudin (left) claim his production of To Kill a Mockingbird is the only one that can be performed near a major city. Evan Agostini/AP hide caption

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The Other Josh Cohen is a rock-musical rom-com running off-Broadway. It's about Josh Cohen, a loveable schlub who's unlucky in love. Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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If Your Name Is Josh Cohen, You Probably Think 'The Other Josh Cohen' Is About You

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Caissie Levy performs as Elsa in the stage adaptation of Frozen, which opened on Broadway in 2018. Deen van Meer/Disney Theatrical Productions hide caption

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For Many With Disabilities, 'Let It Go' Is An Anthem Of Acceptance

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Bryan Cranston takes his opening night curtain call in the Broadway version of Network. Bruce Glikas/WireImage hide caption

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On Broadway, 'Network' Goes From Satire To Tragedy

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