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Amanda Bohan is the Vice President of Marketing & Advertising for DTE Agency, the marketing division of Davenport Theatrical, where she works with a variety of Broadway, Off-Broadway and live event clients. Her writing has been featured in the Huffington Post and PBS, among other publications. You can follow her on Twitter at @amandabohan
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By Amanda Bohan | 2014-06-03 12:51PM
At just 21-years-old, Greg Nobile is the youngest producer on Broadway this season. He not only is a producer for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder Read More
By Amanda Bohan | 2014-04-25 4:20PM
Welcome to the first installment of Coffee on Broadway on NewYork.com, where notable names from all facets of theater sit down for a chat Read More
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Winter is finally coming to an end, and everyone is looking forward to spring. Helping to herald in the new season is a brand new show at Radio City Music Hall Read more »
Elisabeth Moss and Jason Biggs are back on Broadway in The Heidi Chronicles.The play, written by Wendy Wasserstein, won a Pulitzer Prize Read more »
Tony winner Jason Alexander will take over for Larry David in Fish in the Dark when the author-star of the show departs the cast on June 7. Alexander, best known as the perpetually complaining George Costanza on the long-running series Read more »
There are many events leading up to the annual Tony Awards, and one of the most anticipated is the free Stars in the Alley concert Read more »
The first Broadway revival of Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Cy Coleman’s rarely seen hit musical from the late 1970s, On the Twentieth Century is a total romp Read more »
When you see a Broadway show, there’s a lot of talent happening right in front of your eyes. There are the actors, of course, who blow you away with their high Cs and inspired line readings Read more »
There is no such thing as a lazy Sunday for this Tony winner. She takes us through a crazy 24 hours of brunch, a high-kicking matinee with the Rockettes and a trip to the west coast to shoot the pilot for 'Supergirl'
Theater is a tough business, for sure, and everyone needs to make a living. We asked this season's stars how they made their first paycheck (you'll never guess who may have been making your sandwich at Subway)
These 10 characters give the leading men and women on Broadway a run for their money, whether it be a scheming uncle, an unrelenting inspector or a maniacal hand puppet
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