‘& Juliet’ on Broadway puts news spin on Shakespeare’s famous love story

‘& juliet’ on broadway puts news spin on shakespeare’s famous love story

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The new coming-of-age musical features choreography by Jennifer Weber, along with the music of Max Martin, the songwriter behind the hit pop songs of Britney Spears, Katy Perry and more.

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