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People call it Ragtime…Ragtime… (Videos)

On Wednesday, January 6, 2010, I was lucky enough to see cast members of Ragtime performing for
SIRIUS|XM’s SETH RUDETSKY’S LIVE ON BROADWAY radio show!  It’s a shame a beautiful show like this is closing so fast!

Features the stars of RAGTIME: Christinane Noll, Quentin Earl Darrington and Stephanie Umoh

VIDEOS:

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RAGTIME ON SIRIUS|XM’s SETH RUDETSKY’S LIVE ON BROADWAY 1.6.10 (Photos)

On Wednesday, January 6, 2010, I was lucky enough to see cast members of Ragtime performing for
SIRIUS|XM’s SETH RUDETSKY’S LIVE ON BROADWAY radio show!  It’s a shame a beautiful show like this is closing so fast!

Click the picture below to see the full set!

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Features the stars of RAGTIME: Christinane Noll, Quentin Earl Darrington and Stephanie Umoh

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Say Goodbye to Music: Broadway’s Ragtime Will Close Jan. 3, 2010

According to Playbill.com:

The cast of Ragtime

The era of Ragtime has run out. The critically acclaimed new staging of the 1998 Tony Award winner will close Jan. 3, 2010, at the Neil Simon Theatre after 28 previews and 57 regular performances. (more…)

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I HOPE THIS ISN”T TRUE!

From the NYPost.com:

Christiane Noll will soon wave goodbye with the rest of the

The wheels are coming off the dream at “Ragtime.”

The producers of the $8.5 million revival were huddled in meetings yesterday analyzing their ticket sales. They emerged with faces as grim as Jacob Marley’s.

Officially, the producers say, “there are no plans to close at this time.”  Unofficially, it’s likely to close Jan. 3 at a total loss, several production sources say.

Despite some good reviews, the show “just hasn’t caught on,” one source says. (more…)

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One of my all-time favorite shows on Broadway is back again!! Go out and buy your tickets!!!

Here’s a preview:

http://www.broadway.com/videos/show/ragtime/in-rehearsal-ragtime/

This much-loved musical explores themes ranging from immigration to racism and social unrest in the early 20th century. The recent (and acclaimed) Kennedy Center revival arrives on Broadway.

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