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Newsies Becomes "King of New York" on Opening Night

Jeremy Jordan, Kara Lindsay, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Ben Fankhauser, John Dosset and the cast of Disney's Newsies joined Playbill to celebrate their opening night on Broadway, March 29. Despite the successful run of the Alan Menken (music), Jack Feldman (lyrics), and Harvey Fierstein (book) musical at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse, no one suspected (although many hoped) a Broadway transfer was a possibility. But, fueled by the explosive high-energy Christopher Gattelli choreography, Broadway came a-calling. The show was extended through Aug. 19 even before previews were completed, showing that fans of the 1992 cult film are chomping at the bit to see the stage adaptation. To read the Newsies Playbill, click here.
In Rehearsal with Newsies
Meet the New Newsies
Newsies Becomes "King of New York" on Opening Night
PLAYBILL EXCLUSIVE: Disney's Newsies Warm Up for Hot Choreography
2012 Tony Nominee Jeremy Jordan, Newsies' Leader On and Off the Stage
2012 Tony Nominees Alan Menken, Jack Feldman and Harvey Fierstein Turn Old "Newsies" Into New Newsies
2012 Tony Nominee Christopher Gattelli Gets Newsies Moving
Jeremy Jordan and Fellow Newsies Promise That "The World Will Know"
2012 Tony Awards Preview: Best Actor in a Musical
2012 Tony Awards Preview: Best Original Score
Highlights From Disney’s Newsies
2012 Tony Awards Preview: Best Musical
Christopher Gattelli: 2012 Tony Winner for Best Choreography
Alan Menken and Jack Feldman: 2012 Tony Winners for Best Original Score
Rebecca, Evita, Newsies And a Pre-Historic Scare at Broadway in Bryant Park
Corey Cott, Newsies' New "Jack Kelly," Previews "Santa Fe"
Kathie Lee Gifford Hosts 20th Annual Broadway on Broadway, Part Two
Kids From Newsies Talk Dream Roles With "Better Nate Than Ever" Author Tim Federle
Highlights From Newsies Starring Corey Cott and Kara Lindsay
 
 
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