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Cast of Broadway's New York, New York

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Start spreading the news! Full casting has been revealed for Broadway's upcoming New York, New York, beginning performances March 24 ahead of an April 26 opening night at the St. James Theatre. 

The musical is being directed and choreographed by five-time Tony winner Susan Stroman, with the book (reportedly only loosely based on the Scorsese-directed film) by David Thompson and Sharon Washington. All four of John Kander and Fred Ebb's songs written for the film will make the jump to the stage score, joining new songs by Kander and Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is supplying additional lyrics throughout. 

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Van Dean Productions will present industry presentations of GOODBYE NEW YORK: A NEW MUSICAL starring Arielle Jacobs (Disney 's Aladdin, Wicked, In the Heights), Brad Standley (In Transit), and Ben Jeffrey (Disney's The Lion King and Aladdin), with Richie Abanes (Dreamgirls), Kyle Carter (In the Heights), Eleanna Fin, Rachel Ling Gordon (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Dayna Marie Quincy (Waitress), and Stephanie Torns (Waitress, Wicked) with direction and choreography by Abbey O'Brien (Waitress, Moulin Rouge, Jagged Little Pill).

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Goodbye New York
A New Musical

Dayna Marie Quincy shares her experience on stage, and roots in Detroit.

The hit Broadway musical “Waitress” will be at the Fischer Theatre from March 15th-20th, and actress Dayna Marie Quincy joined “Live In The D” co-host Jason Carr to talk about the show, and growing up in Detroit.

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ARE YOU READY TO SEE YOUR WAITRESS?

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Review: WAITRESS at Schubert Theatre

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Though every character was well-loved in this production, no one can overlook Nurse Norma (Dayna Marie Quincy), who stole the show with her hilarious one-liners.

Waitress is a crowd-favorite with something for everybody. You could take it from me, or better yet, from Sara Bareilles, herself, who was in the audience and posted her praise for the cast on Instagram shortly after the show. The Waitress tour absolutely delivers and I know I definitely want to go back for seconds.

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Review: ‘The Color Purple’ at Toby’s Dinner Theatre 

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