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Waitress is making history as the first musical in Broadway to be lead by four women in the top creative slots!

Jenna Hunterson (Jessie Mueller) invites us into her world of baking pies, a sweet escape from her humdrum existence, working as a diner waitress. With songs and lyrics by Sara Bareilles, Tony-nominated Waitress is a true Broadway treat and a great choic

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Nicola Quinn

Nicola Quinn

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