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The long reach of the Broadway hit 'Hamilton'
The show about the U.S. financial system's architect is headed to the White House.
How "Hamilton" can benefit from its Grammy performance
It's a sold out smash in New York, but there are other ways the hit can benefit.
Broadway ends year with a (slightly smaller) bang
Despite record attendance for some shows, Broadway's box office slips a bit.
What 'Hamilton' can teach us about central banking
Producer Jeffrey Seller explains why bureaucracy is a hit on Broadway.
'Razzle Dazzle' and why Broadway came back
A look at how theater on the Great White Way changed Time Square's reputation.
With 'Into the Woods,' Disney goes dark
Disney's latest fairy tale movie is an uncharacteristic exploration of adult themes.
Hakuna Matata: That means $1 billion
"The Lion King" will become the first Broadway musical in history to gross more than $1 billion.
Broadway discount booth TKTS turns 40
Broadway ticket discounter TKTS turns 40 today. A look at the business of one of the original discounters.
Maria Bartiromo on the risks of Broadway
A new documentary airs tonight on CNBC about one of the riskiest bets out there. It's not a stock, or a bond, or a startup company. It's the business of theater on Broadway.