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B'Way Stars Injured; 'Jackman' Ticket Prices Soar

• Jan Maxwell of “Follies,” and Josh Gad, of “The Book of Mormon,” are both unable to perform their roles due to injuries the New York Times reported. The nature of Gad’s injury is not currently known, but Maxwell told the Times that she had been struck by a minivan while crossing the road.

• Actors such as Anthony LaPaglia may not like working on television shows, but sometimes one has to bite the bullet to make the dough. Check out why he, and probably other film actors, have made the switch to TV at  Deadline.

• The prices for tickets "Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway" have sky-rocketed. The demand is high to see the Aussie, so much so that producers are selling some tickets for up to $350 a piece. Read the story at The New York Times.

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