Seussical Playbill Covers on Broadway. My Fair Lady Theatre Playbill. The Weismann Follies showgirls reunite before their old theatre is torn down, singing and dancing their old numbers and confronting past regrets and misplaced hopes, in Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman's look at the decay of American show business and the dangers of living in the past. The Miracle Worker - Rocky Balboa, a small-time boxer in Philadelphia, gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to contend for the heavyweight boxing title against the champion, Apollo Creed, in addition to a chance at love with a shy young woman.
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Playbill is a monthly U. Although there is a subscription issue available for home delivery , most copies of Playbill are printed for particular productions and distributed at the door as the show's program. Playbill was first printed in for a single theatre on 21st Street [ which? The magazine is now used at nearly every Broadway theatre , as well as many Off-Broadway productions. Circulation as of September was 4,, The Playbill , as it was called until , was billed as "The Magazine of the Theatre" and was published by an entity known as the New York Theatre Program Corporation. Each issue features articles focusing on actors, new plays , musicals , and special attractions.
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