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Into the woods

In a move that won't surprise anyone who has seen the lines in Central Park producers are reportedly actively looking to transfer the Public's Shakespeare in the Park production of Into The Woods to Broadway.
There are much worse ways to spend an August night than watching Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's classic fairy tale, Into The Woods, in Central Park.
Thanks to New Yorkers love of lining up business around the line for Shakespeare in the Park appears to be flourishing.
This is why we can't have nice things.
The Public Theater has announced that it will be offering a special family-friendly matinee performance of just the first, happy, act of its production of Into The Woods. This is a terrible idea.
"Opportunity is not a lengthy visitor." And, apparently, neither is the Public Theater's star-studded revival of Into the Woods. Its run just got shortened by a day.
Amy Adams is going to get a chance to belt Broadway tunes in Central Park this summer. Again.
Wishes (and rumors) come true! As part of the 50th anniversary season of Shakespeare in the Park, the Public today announced that it is bringing the fairy tale classic Into The Woods to Central Park
The good news? Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Broadway classic fairy tale musical Into The Woods may become a movie. The bad news? The director who is pushing for it is Rob Marshall.
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