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Broadway’s “She Loves Me” Makes History with Livestream Thursday

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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On June 30 BroadwayHD and Roundabout Theatre Company will live stream the musical She Loves Me, making history with the first ever Broadway show to be broadcasted live online. The classic musical stars Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Tony Award-winner Jane Krakowski.


BroadwayHD has previously sponsored the Behind the Scenes Show for the 70th Annual Tony Awards and live streamed multiple off-broadway productions such as New Group’s Buried Child and Signature Theatre’s Old Hats. As their mission, BroadwayHD plans to offer online subscribers with an unprecedented Broadway experience at any time in any location they wish. As the only online streaming service of its time, BroadwayHD offers their users a library of over 150 theater productions from the comfort and convenience of their own home.


Click here to reserve a live stream pass to She Loves Me. For an annual fee of $9.99 She Loves Me is free in addition to BroadwayHD’s online on-demand library.


She Loves Me will run through July 19 at Studio 54 in production with Roundabout Theatre Company’s 50th Anniversary Season. The heartwarming musical comedy is about two sparring co-workers finding love in an unexpected way. The story follows main characters Georg (Zachary Levi) and Amalia (Laura Benanti) as they come to realize they are each other’s anonymous romantic pen pals.


Other notable stars include Tony Award-nominee Gavin Creel, Byron Jennings and Tom McGowan. The musical is directed by Scott Ellis, choreographed by Warren Carlyle with musical direction by Paul Gemignani. The musical comedy features a book by Joe Masteroff, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and three Drama League nominations.


Photos by Joan Marcus 2016.




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