first_imgBLAST LEA MICHELE’S “LOUDER”Album hits store shelves March 3Spring Awakening-sweetheart-turned-Glee-superstar Lea Michele’s debut album officially drops, and after getting a preview on iTunes, we can already tell “On My Way” is our new workout song, “Louder” is an awesome driving track and “What Is Love?” will be reserved for bawling-our-eyes-out sob sessions. Buy the album! RAISE A TOAST TO THE GREAT COMETClosing March 2 at the Kazino Off-BroadwayGrab a shot glass and your favorite Russian vodka, because it’s your last chance to drink to one of the season’s must-see musicals, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. The immersive extravaganza invites you to pass love notes with Pierre, learn secrets from Natasha and swoon over Anatole, all in a tent in the middle of Times Square. Oh, and it comes with pierogis. Click for tickets! Star Files WATCH IDINA MENZEL “LET IT GO” LIVEMarch 2 on ABCThe day is finally here! After weeks of belting in the shower, braiding our hair and making snowmen, we’re finally ready for the highlight of our year: Idina Menzel is singing “Let It Go” at the Oscars! Idina, we hope you’ve had plenty of rest, steamed your voice and had your pastilles, because it’s show time. Knock ‘em dead (and bring home an EGOT for Frozen composer Robert Lopez)! View Comments SING THE HITS WITH NORM LEWISMarch 8 at the Allen RoomYou’ve seen him swoon over Audra McDonald in Porgy and Bess, go under the sea in The Little Mermaid and survey the stars in Les Miz—now see Norm just be Norm! In his American Songbook concert, the Tony nominee will pay tribute to the performers that inspire him. Plus, this gorgeous view is included. Click for tickets! Winter: Will it ever end? We’re actually starting to believe this ridiculous weather might last forever, but instead of pouting about it and hiding under a blanket, we’re (gasp) venturing out of the house to check out a few of the awesome events happening in the real world. (But just in case you’re still hibernating, we’ve also included two completely indoor activities you can do without opening the front door—you’re welcome!)  Check out our picks of the week! GO ALL THE WAY WITH LBJOpens March 6 at the Neil Simon TheatreBreaking Bad fave Bryan Cranston is trying his hand at Broadway—no, not as the mastermind behind an underground meth ring, but as a U.S. President. Cranston will recreate history as Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way, the story of the 36th president’s first tumultuous year in office. Yes we can! Oh wait, wrong guy. Click for tickets! Idina Menzellast_img

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