August 28, 2015

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Broadway in Bryant Park Closes Season with Bring It On, A Christmas Story, Nice Work and More

Broadway in Bryant Park wrapped up its 2012 season on Aug. 16 with performances from Bring It On: The Musical, the Broadway-bound A Christmas Story, Rock of Ages, Avenue Q and 2012 Tony winner Judy Kaye from Nice Work If you Can Get It. Bring It On’s Ariana DeBose chatted with Playbill about taking the stage in Bryant Park for the first time as well as meeting idol Judith Light and A Christmas Story’s songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (with the help of their young cast) explained why it’s always a good time to think about Christmas, even in the August heat! For more about the midtown performance series, click here.








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