Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Vignettes From The American Music Awards

Vignettes from the American Music Awards

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Japan Justice Minister Quits Over Jokes About Job

Japan justice minister quits over jokes about job

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Report: Qantas Oxygen Tank Blowout 'Unique'

Report: Qantas oxygen tank blowout 'unique'

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Norris Mailer, Widow Of Norman Mailer, Dead At 61

Norris Mailer, widow of Norman Mailer, dead at 61

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Barbara Bush: Palin Should Stay In Alaska

Barbara Bush: Palin should stay in Alaska

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Bells Are Ringing

Legit Reviews: "Bells" turns out to be not only tuneful but sprightly, charming and rollickingly funny.

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Review: Bordello by Adaumbelle

Are you looking for a fun, relaxed, and enjoyable way to spend the later part of your Saturday night? I suggest heading over to the downstairs lounge at Comix Comedy Club (353 West 14th Stre…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Sony Centre, Mirvish theatres to share audiences, programming

Large international spectacles will become available to all audiences.

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Review: Elling by Jesse North

Playing former mental hospital patients, Denis O’Hare and Brendan Fraser are friends and roommates attempting to make their way in a society where they do not feel comfortable. O’Hare as…

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The Mix: Bands Of Brothers And Sisters

Each day during the week of Thanksgiving, Morning Edition will examine a different aspect of the complex bond that exists between siblings. Here at NPR Music, we're highlighting our favorite…

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88-Year-Old Man Jailed After Nursing Home Shooting

88-year-old man jailed after nursing home shooting

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Review Roundup: ELLING

Brendan Fraser and Denis O'Hare star in ELLING on Broadway with Jennifer Coolidge in ELLING, new comedy from London, directed by Tony Award-winner Doug Hughes. ELLING began performances Tues…

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Elling

Legit Reviews: "Elling" looks like a hard sell for Broadway.

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Theater Review | 'Elling': A Couple That’s Odd in More Ways Than Two by Charles Isherwood

Fitfully funny, thanks primarily to the energetic efforts of Denis O’Hare, the new Broadway comedy “Elling” is mostly just a puzzling fizzle.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Elling

Brendan Fraser and Denis O'Hare's fine performances often redeem the problematic script and misguided direction in this play about two mismatched buddies.

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Review: Rosmersholm

The Pearl Theatre Company breathes new life in Henrik Ibsen's lesser-known drama.

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Review: The Collection and A Kind of Alaska

This double-bill of Harold Pinter one-acts features Lisa Emery in a true tour de force performance.

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Vick Gives Eagles 7-0 Lead After 1st Quarter

Vick gives Eagles 7-0 lead after 1st quarter

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Underwear Invention Protects Privacy At Airport

Underwear invention protects privacy at airport

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Four stars for 'Home,' a brilliant journey that captures African-American experience by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: 'Home' ★★★★ Through Dec. 12, Court Theatre, 5535 S. Ellis Ave.; Running time: 1 hour, 50 minutes; Tickets: $40-60 at 773-753-4472 There are many plays by black writer…

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Edgewise by Theasy.com

Walkerspace, Off-Broadway By Steve Hauck BOTTOM LINE: A strong production of a new play by an exciting new voice in the theater. For a middle-aged Midtowner like myself, there is an …

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Short-a-Day: Frances Hwang's "Blue Roses" by Aaron Riccio

Originally published in The New Yorker, Nov. 1, 2010. Personal enjoyment rating (out of 100): 35.Here's your classic story of relationships, both with Lin Fanghui's family--three children,…

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Rosalind Russell: “Swing!” by Kevin Daly

The hit musical Wonderful Town had a pre-production period that was anything but. Joseph A. Fields and Jerome Chodorov were in the process of adapting their play My Sister Eileen (itself bas…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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AP IMPACT: Cadmium, Lead Found In Drinking Glasses

AP IMPACT: Cadmium, lead found in drinking glasses

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Brady Over Manning, Pats Beat Colts 31-28

Patriots hold on, beat Colts 31-27

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Rangel's Supporters Urge 'No' Vote On Censure

Rangel's NY supporters urge 'no' vote on censure

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Exit View: Lessons from Outgoing Congressmen

This episode: reflections from the trenches of Capitol Hill, the greatest American naval disaster you've never heard of, a cargo-ship RepoMan, and a conversation with Robert Siegel.  Plus b…

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Classified Spy Satellite Launched From Fla.

Classified spy satellite launched from Fla.

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Hollywood Insiders Gather To Honor Slain Publicist

Hollywood insiders gather to honor slain publicist

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Sir Ian Richardson has final resting place in row A

New £112m Royal Shakespeare theatre to open its doors this week, with actor's ashes buried in the foundationWhen the new £112m Royal Shakespeare theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon opens its do…

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Rosmersholm

Acted with passion and commitment, this eloquent production is a rare chance to see one of Ibsen’s least-produced masterworks.

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Elling

Brendan Fraser and Denis O’Hare share terrific rapport as two polar-opposite social misfits released into the world from a state mental institution in this quirky, intimate comedy-d…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Boise State Closes In On TCU In BCS Standings

Oklahoma, Oregon ahead of Boise St in BCS

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Iran Sets February Trial Date For 3 Americans

The lawyer for three Americans facing espionage charges in Iran said Sunday that a new trial date of Feb. 6 has been set, but that the judge has refused to allow him to meet with his clients…

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Pentagon Trying To Get Ban Lifted This Year

Pentagon trying to get ban lifted this year

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Ex-Fugitive Laurie 'Bambi' Bembenek Dies At 52

The prison escape of Laurie "Bambi" Bembenek, who was convicted of fatally shooting her husband's ex-wife, popularized the phrase "Run Bambi Run." Bembenek died of liver failure at age 52, a…

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Plane Lands Safely At JFK Airport; No Sign Of Fire

Plane coming to NY airport has possible wing fire

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Music Review: Isn’t It Rich? Isn’t It Loud? Xylophones for Sondheim by Stephen Holden

The New York Pops orchestra, joined by singers, played Stephen Sondheim songs in peppy arrangements at Carnegie Hall.

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Theater Review | 'Knock Me a Kiss': Harlem Renaissance Man and His Family, Behind Closed Doors by Neil Genzlinger

“Knock Me a Kiss” shows W. E. B. Du Bois as a pater familias making some bad choices for his daughter.

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Uncle Tom's Cabin

The invaluable Metropolitan Playhouse explores George L. Aiken's stage adaptation of Harriet Beecher Stowe's anti-slavery novel with intelligence and invention. The result is absolutely fasc…

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With Peter Pan injured, Lookingglass cancels two Sunday shows by Chris Jones

The Lookingglass Theatre Company canceled both its Sunday performances after Ryan Nunn, an undergraduate at Northwestern University and the actor playing Peter Pan, sprained his leg during a…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Sondheim at Carnegie Hall by Kenneth Jones

Stephen Sondheim took a surprise bow at the Nov. 19 New York Pops concert at Carnegie Hall. The evening's encore, "Old Friends," was completed with the introduction of Sondheim, …

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Kelly's First Season At Notre Dame A Mixed Bag

Tedious BCS debates overshadow great stories

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Young Hurts Right Thumb, Bolts Stadium After Loss

Young hurts right thumb, bolts stadium after loss

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AP Source: Mets Hire Terry Collins As Manager

Mets want new manager by December winter meetings

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St. Louis Tops List Of Most Dangerous US Cities

St. Louis tops list of most dangerous US cities

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Huckabee Says Ousting Of Iowa Judges Historic Move

Huckabee says ousting of Iowa judges historic move

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Holmes' TD Gives Jets Win Over Texans 30-27

Holmes' TD gives Jets win over Texans 30-27

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The Tin Soldier – review by Lyn Gardner

Darlington Arts CentreBreaking the unwritten rule that theatre for the over-sevens has to send young audiences out on an upbeat note, Noël Greig's final play is an engaging and often dark p…

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Photo Coverage: Liza Minnelli Returns to the Concert Stage! by Monica Simoes

Liza Minnelli performed in concert for one night only on November 20, at the St. George Theatre in Staten Island. Minnelli, who had been sidelined with bronchial pneumonia, has made a compet…

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Photo Coverage: Tichina Arnold Promotes LOVE, LOSS... by Walter McBride

Love,Loss, and What I Wore's newest cast members include Tichina Arnold Everybody Hates Chris, Margaret Colin Gossip Girl, Alicia Goranson Roseanne, Ann Harada Avenue Q and Maria Tucci Mary …

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TWITTER WATCH: Sean Hayes 'sorry for missing my first show'

BroadwayWorld.com presents Twitter Watch, which brings you only the best and most interesting reports straight from the mouths of Broadway stars, shows and more on the hot social networking …

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'Float' needs more propulsion, comic or serious by Chris Jones

 THEATER REVIEW: 'Float' ★★ Through Dec. 12, Theatre Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave.; Running time: 2 hours; Tickets: $25 at 773-975-8150 In Patricia Kane's new play, set in a fictional sma…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Bills' Big Comeback Tops Bengals 49-31

Bills' big comeback tops Bengals 49-31

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Gates: New Facility Could Lead To More NK Nukes

Gates: New facility could lead to more NK nukes

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Rodgers, Packers Romp Past Favre, Vikings 31-3

Rodgers, Packers romp past Favre, Vikings 31-3

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BWW Special Offer: $59 and $89 Tickets to A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC

Tickets for A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC starring Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch can be purhcased for 59 Mezzanine rows G-J and 89 Orchestra and Mezz A-F now through January 2, 2011.

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THEATER: Elling by Aaron Riccio

First, take the The Odd Couple. Then, have a Norwegian author, Ingvar Ambjornsen, adapt it for the whimsical climate of Oslo. Specify that, although it begins in a madhouse, neither of your …

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Metz on Foley by Chris Jones

Nina Metz looks at the current fashion for live sound effects in Chicago theater, and further ponders how they make sounds snap in Hollywood.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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CHART TOPPERS: Most-Read Playbill.com Stories, Week of Nov. 7-13 by Andrew Gans

Here are the most-read Playbill.com stories for the week of Nov. 7-13, 2010, from information compiled by Playbill.com. Broadway’s Big Adventure, Pee-wee Style. Norbert Leo Butz, Aaron…

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Gunmen Kill Ex-Governor In Western Mexico State

Gunmen kill ex-governor in western Mexico state

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Study: Weak World Economy Cuts Carbon Pollution

Here's one plus from the global economic recession: Carbon dioxide pollution last year dropped for the first time in a decade. But it didn't last, and it wasn't as big a drop as expected.

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Florida State In, Miami Out Of AP Top 25 Poll

Tide starts where it finished: No. 1

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TSA Chief: No Change In Screening Policy

Air travelers buoyed by President Obama's request for his national security team to consider less intrusive airport screenings shouldn't expect anything different at airports soon. "No, we'r…

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How Spending Could Beat Cutting As A Deficit Fix

The calls to cut government spending are growing louder. The national economic conversation has shifted from recovery to reduction, but a former Obama adviser says spending cuts for short-te…

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My very gay weekend: ‘Valley of the Dolls’ at Music Box Theatre (with special guest Patty Duke) and Miranda Sings by Bob [cta]

Can we say gayest weekend ever? First up: a viewing of that classic 1967 film, “Valley of the Dolls” at the Music Box Theatre. If you know anything about me, or if you want to kn…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Iran Sets February Trial Date For 3 Americans

Iran sets February trial date for 3 Americans

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Ex-Playboy Model Convicted Of Murder Dies In Ore.

Ex-Playboy model convicted of murder dies in Ore.

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ATP To Extend Offseason To 7 Weeks In 2012

ATP to extend offseason to 7 weeks in 2012

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In the Footsteps of the Natural History Museum's Gorillas by The New York Times

A quest to find the site used to create one of the most well-known dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History.

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Tax Filings Show Struggles for Guggenheim by Kate Taylor

Despite a round of layoffs, expenses at the Guggenheim Museum exceeded revenue by more than $12 million.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Rival Koreans Share Common Ground At Asian Games

Rival Koreans share common ground at Asian Games

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Weak World Economy Cuts Carbon Pollution Last Year

Weak world economy cuts carbon pollution last year

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'Nazis': A Word With Deep And Brutal Meaning

This past week, Fox News president Roger Ailes referred to NPR executives as "Nazis." As Weekend All Things Considered host Guy Raz writes, it's a word that pains the hundreds of thousands w…

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N. Calif. Cities Bring Pot Growing Into The Light

N. Calif. cities bring pot growing into the light

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Jockey Borel To Have Surgery On Broken Jaw

Jockey Borel to have surgery on broken jaw

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Pamela Lane obituary

Stalwart of British theatre and first wife of John OsbornePamela Lane, the first wife of the playwright John Osborne, who has died at the age of 80, outlived all of his subsequent four wives…

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BWW JR: FRECKLEFACE STRAWBERRY THE MUSICAL by Erin Leigh Peck

In an age when tolerance, self-acceptance and respect for others are the most important themes for children and their parents, I should have been first in line to check out this timely, acce…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Chevy Chase: I still feel physically 30 and emotionally 14

Chevy Chase (Caddyshack, National Lampoon's Vacation, Fletch) is now appearing on NBC's comedy Community. Chase spoke to Time Magazine about physical comedy, how to fix Saturday Night Live a…

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Fixing Hollywood's casting mistakes

#10 on the list is Casino starring Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone. The casting mistake: enforcer Nicky Santoro played by Joe Pesci who is, well, Joe Pesci. Yes, of course he's funny, scary …

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Former Michigan All-American Rob Lytle Dies At 56

Former Michigan star Rob Lytle dies at 56

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Arts | New Jersey: A Rock ’n’ Roll Story Is Finally Told by Tammy La Gorce

Tommy James’s book “Me, the Mob and the Music” may be turned into a Broadway musical and a movie.

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Spotlight | Hartford: Adults Behaving Childishly by Anita Gates

TheaterWorks in Hartford is now staging “God of Carnage,” only the second licensed production of the play since its Broadway run, which began in 2009.

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An Affair to Remember by Francine Prose

An entertaining, touching memoir of Antonia Fraser’s life with Harold Pinter, which began in their 40s when they met and fell madly in love.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Cher: I feel like a bumper car, I just don't stop

The Goddess of Pop plays a veteran performer alongside Christina Aguilera in her new flick, Burlesque, opening on n Wednesday. And she continues to sing in Las Vegas.

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Gwyneth Paltrow as Mary Todd Lincoln on Glee rocks

Gwyneth Paltrow played substitute teacher Holly Holiday on Glee and gave a colorful interpretation of Mary Todd Lincoln: "Mary Todd Lincoln in the house. My husband was probably gay and I'm …

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Eva Longoria's tattoos are painful reminder of failed marriage with Tony Parker

After the couple wed in in Italy three years ago, they had the Roman numerals of their wedding date, 7/7/07, tattooed on their bodies. Longoria had the date inked on the inside of her right …

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Micheal Moore: Corporate America is pushing us off a cliff

Michael Moore: "When someone talks about pushing you off a cliff, it's just human nature to be curious about them. Who are these people, you wonder, and why would they want to do such a thin…

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Terry Hatcher quitting Desperate Housewives

Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher, 45, who plays ditsy mother Susan Mayer, has told colleagues at ABC that she is quitting her lead role in the show next season, leaving the future of t…

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Americans watch more than 143 hours a month of tv

Americans watched more than 143 hours a month of television during the second quarter of 2010, says Nielsen. That breaks down to nearly 4.8 hours a day.

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Hollywood casting: The 10 Unlikeliest Movie Jobs

"Denise Richards as a nuclear physicist? Ben Stiller a male model? Audrey Hepburn a nun? Lindsay Lohan as a race car driver? Charlize theron as a miner? Marlow Stern on casting against type …

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Rural Democratic Lawmakers Join Endangered List

Republicans took more than 60 House seats away from Democrats, two-thirds of their wins in districts where the percentage of people classified as rural was greater than average. The uprising…

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Judy Kaye Rings Some Bells by Jena Tesse Fox

The Tony-winner, currently in Bells Are Ringing at City Center, talks about Comden and Green and the importance of real orchestras.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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William Eno's MIDDLETOWN by Ludlow Lad

Currently at the Vineyard Theater, through December 5th, William Eno's MIDDLETOWN is a must-see. Like a contemporary version of Thornton Wilder's OUR TOWN, MIDDLETOWN tells universal tru…

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Olympia Dukakis to Guest Star on NBC's Law & Order: SVU

Stage and screen star Olympia Dukakis will play attorney Debby Marsh on the January 5 episode of NBC's Law & Order: SVU, according to TVGuide.com. The episode will also feature gue…

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Jay Z at age 12 shot his drug addicted brother: I thought my life was over

Rapper Jay Z, now 40, talks about the day he shot his drug addicted older brother in the shoulder. His brother Eric stole his ring. "I thought my life was over. I thought I'd go to jail for …

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Eminem and Lady Antebellum lead AMA nominations

Eminem is vying for a total of five American Music Awards, along with country trio Lady Antebellum. Both acts had two of the year's top hits — Eminem with Love The Way You Lie, featuring R…

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Tom Cruise, 48, is barefoot and fearless filming Mission: Impossible 4

Tom Cruise climbed the world’s tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa tower in Duba,i for the fourth Mission: Impossible film. He had to take 3 elevators, climb 2 ladders — including one 4…

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Malin Akerman to replace Lindsay Lohan as Linda Lovelace in Inferno

Malin Akerman (Watchmen, 27 Dresses, Couples Retreat) replacing Lindsay Lohan as adult film star Linda Lovelace in Matthew Wilder's Inferno: A Linda Lovelace Story, the director confirmed on…

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American Idol moves to Wednesday and Thursday night

The Fox TV network said its hit singing contest American Idol will move from its longtime Tuesday and Wednesday night broadcasts to Wednesday and Thursday when it returns. Its season debut i…

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'Harry Potter' Leaps To $125.1M Opening Weekend

Fans fixate on Beyonce as `Obsessed' takes in $28M

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Rudisha, Vlasic, Win Athlete Of The Year Awards

Rudisha, Vlasic, win Athlete of the Year awards

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Germany Opens New Exhibit On Nuremberg Trial

Exhibit marks 65th anniversary of Nazi trial

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Eminem, Lady Antebellum Lead AMA Nominations

Eminem, Lady Antebellum lead AMA nominations

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Hottest Articles on BWW 11/14/2010 - 11/21/2010

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com 11142010 - 11212010.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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1960's folk icon Joan Baez hurt in fall from treehouse

Joan Baez, 69, is "resting comfortably" after falling 20 feet to the ground from a treehouse. A treehouse she purposely had built without walls because she wanted to sleep among real birds a…

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Ronni Chasen slaying: New details, still no motive in shooting of Hollywood publicist

New details emerged in the slaying of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen, but police detectives still have no motive or suspects in the Tuesday morning shooting attack.

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Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon and Sigourney Weaver in V Magazine

Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon and Sigourney Weaver are on three separate covers for V Magazine’s Who Cares About Age issue. Susan Sarandon, 64, said: "I wouldn't want to be 20 now. I know s…

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Irish Bailout Backed By Finance Minister

Brian Lenihan said that the country was running a deficit of 19 billion euros, which it could not afford to finance at current market rates and was going to the European Union and Internat…

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Clinton: Make Airport Pat-Downs Be Less Intrusive

Clinton: Make airport pat-downs be less intrusive

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Leaking Siberian Ice Raises A Tricky Climate Issue

Leaking Siberian ice raises a tricky climate issue

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Pat Halloran Honored With Orpheum Star

Pat Halloran, who this summer put Memphis' name in lights on Broadway and for 30 years has added luster to one of Memphis brightest jewels, The Orpheum Theatre, was honored with a star on Th…

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STAGE TUBE: Blickenstaff, Taylor Lead Latest Billy Green Webisode

Many of everyone's Broadway and off-Broadway favorites, including Michael Urie, Wesley Taylor, Jennifer Damiano, Karen Olivo, Mitchell Jarvis and more have teamed up on the webisode project …

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Olympia Dukakis Set for 'Law & Order: SVU' Episode; Airs 1/5

According to TV Guide, Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis has been cast as an attorney on the series Law amp Order SVU. Dukakis won the Oscar in 1987 for her role in Moonstruck.

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Photo Flash: Fraser, Coolidge, O'Hare in ELLING

Brendan Fraser Crash, Gods and Monsters, and critically hailed in the West End's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Denis O'Hare Take Me Out -Tony Award-winner, HBO's True Blood star in ELLING on Bro…

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BWW TV: ELLING Opens on Broadway Tonight!

Brendan Fraser Crash, Gods and Monsters, and critically hailed in the West End's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Denis O'Hare Take Me Out -Tony Award-winner, HBO's True Blood star in ELLING on Bro…

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Photo Coverage: The New York Pops Celebrate Stephen Sondheim's 80th Birthday

On November 19, 2010 at 800 PM in Carnegie Hall, Music Director and conductor Steven Reineke led The New York Pops in a concert of Stephen Sondheim's greatest songs and soliloquies, in comme…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Mullen: NKorea Report Shows Belligerent Behavior

Mullen: NKorea report shows belligerent behavior

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Try Foraging For Your Thanksgiving Meal

The Thanksgiving drill is pretty familiar: turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie. But what would Native Americans have brought as sides? Turns out your backyard might have something tasty to contrib…

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Tens Of Thousands Mourn Dead In China High-Rise Fire

Tens of thousands of Chinese swarmed Sunday to the site of a high-rise fire that killed 58 people to mourn and quietly criticize a system that allowed illegal contracting and unsafe materi…

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Officers Hunt Shooter Through Rugged Utah Canyon

Law officers hunting a gunman accused of critically wounding a Utah Park ranger tracked the man's footprints in a canyon along the Colorado River, recovering his rifle and backpack, author…

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Catholics Debate Pope's Condom Remarks

Speaking to a German journalist whose book was excerpted in a Vatican newspaper Saturday, the pontiff reiterated that condoms are not a moral solution for stopping AIDS, but in some cases …

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TSA Has Met The Enemy _ And They Are Us

TSA has met the enemy _ and they are us

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Photo Coverage: UP ON THE MARQUEE Broadway at Night Special!

They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway and nothing could be truer as you gaze through this dazzling gallery of new photos taken by Monica Simoes of Broadway at night. Before Times S…

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Photo Coverage: The New York Pops Celebrate Stephen Sondheim's 80th Birthday

On November 19, 2010 at 800 PM in Carnegie Hall, Music Director and conductor Steven Reineke led The New York Pops in a concert of Stephen Sondheim's greatest songs and soliloquies, in comme…

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Public gets its turn to see the new wing at the MFA by Matt Byrne, Globe Correspondent

After a 10-hour bus ride from Alexandria, Va., Steven Troxel was ready. He showed up early yesterday morning, wore comfortable shoes, and waited for more than two hours outside the Museum of…

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North of Boston, holiday shows getting early start by Wendy Killeen

GETTING TO FEEL A LOT LIKE : The season of holiday shows is upon us, beginning with “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,’’ at the Stoneham Theatre Friday through Dec. 23.

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Youtube Weekend Faves: It's "Turkey Lurkey Time"

Every weekend I'm going to post some of the youtube clips that I come across that I especially love -- those that give me goosebumps, touch my heart or make me laugh. For the holiday, here's…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Talk and Rehearsal with [title of show] George Street Playhouse Collaborators (Video) by Thomas Peter

The cast of the George Street Playhouse production of [title of show] are seen rehearsing songs from the Off-Broadway and Broadway cult hit in this video, which also features interviews with…

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Scientist: N. Korea Built Uranium Enriching Facility

In secret and with remarkable speed, North Korea has built a new, highly sophisticated facility to enrich uranium, according to an American nuclear scientist, raising fears that the North …

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Lovelace Not In The Stars For Lindsay Lohan

Lovelace not in the stars for Lindsay Lohan

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DIY 'Hackers' Tinker Everyday Things Into Treasure

Most people think of a hacker as someone who breaks into computer networks, but many in the do-it-yourself movement have adopted the term for themselves. They're turning old typewriters into…

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More On The Road Than In The Air For Holiday Travel

There is rising concern as the busy holiday travel season approaches that new airport security procedures are going to slow things down. Some people are so annoyed by new scanners and pat-do…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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New Iraqi Parliament Session Focuses On Procedure

Three U.S. troops have been killed in fighting west of Baghdad, the military said Friday, making April the deadliest month this year for American forces in Iraq. The deaths pushed the U.S. t…

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Russia Hosts 'Tiger Summit'

Tiger Summit aims to save big cats

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Why Are So Many Jazz Musicians From Israel These Days?

For a Middle Eastern country of some seven and a half million, Israel has a surprisingly large musical footprint. A growing number of internationally acclaimed jazz musicians happen to have …

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BWW's On This Day - November 21, 2010

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 21 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Jonathan Walker and Jennifer Van Dyck by Adaumbelle

On November 4, 2010, I had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with real-life married couple Jonathan Walker and Jennifer Van Dyck after seeing them in hilarious new Charles Busch show …

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Poulter Holds On To Win Hong Kong Open

Poulter holds on to win Hong Kong Open

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2010's Best Cookbooks: Real-Life Labors Of Love

This year, cooks poured their hearts into these carefully crafted, kitchen how-tos. T. Susan Chang says these cookbooks are like a properly seasoned skillet -- heavy-duty, battle-tested and …

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Sagal Leads Zaks-Helmed HARPS & ANGELS at Mark Taper Forum; Full Casting Announced

Casting has been set for the world premiere of Randy Newman's Harps and Angels, which begins previews at the Center Theatre GroupMark Taper Forum on November 10, opens November 21 and contin…

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Miller & Brook Join Spacey's 24 HOUR PLAYS in the West End, 11/21

WENN News reports this morning that Sienna Miller and Kelly Brook will be among the participants in Kevin Spacey's The 24 Hour Plays in the West End on November 21, 2010. The event, which …

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ELLING Opens On Broadway Today

Broadways new comedy ELLING starring Brendan Fraser, Denis OHare, Jennifer Coolidge, Richard Easton and Jeremy Shamos, directed by Doug Hughes, opens this Sunday, November 21.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for November 21, 2010: Bells Are Elling by James Marino

James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere discuss Elling, Bells are Ringing at Encores, Devil Boys From Beyond, John Simon, Spiderman, and the 2011 Tony Awards at the Beacon Cont…

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Catholics Debate Pope's Condom Remarks

Catholics debate pope's condom remarks

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Report: Flood In China Coal Mine Traps 28 Workers

Mine flood kills 12 in China

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Elections Test Popularity Of Poland's Government

Elections test popularity of Poland's government

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Three's Company Atop Big Ten Standings

Ingram returns, Martinez excels for Huskers

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Scientist: NKorea Builds New Nuclear Facility

Scientist: North Korea builds new nuclear facility

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32 US Students Named Rhodes Scholars For 2011

32 US students named Rhodes Scholars for 2011

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NEA's Rocco Landesman An Arts Dynamo

Former Broadway Produces Follows the Money — To Other DepartmentsProducing a big commercial Broadway show is one thing. Leading the country's premiere arts institution — the Nati…

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Mel Gibson almost calls the cops on Oksana

Mel Gibson almost called the cops on Oksana Grigorieva today because she would not turn baby Lucia over per the custody agreement.

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Running Wilde: Fox not running back nine episodes

Bad news for fans hoping to save Running Wilde: Fox confirmed that they are not ordering a back nine of the Keri Russell Will Arnett series.

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Courteney Cox still wearing her wedding band a month after separating

David Arquette was last seen embracing the bachelor life with a late night out at a Hollywood club, but it seems Courteney Cox still considers herself a married woman.

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Contract Talks Extended For Some Postal Workers

Contract talks extended for some postal workers

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Stephen Sondheim's 'Finishing the Hat': A reflection on a luminous Broadway career

Stephen Sondheim's 'Finishing the Hat': A reflection on a luminous Broadway career

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Words for the unspeakable

Words for the unspeakable

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Tony Parker hopes to settle divorce amicably with Eva Longoria

In filing his own divorce papers in Texas,Tony Parker the star player for the San Antonio Spurs was merely following standard procedure in the breakup with Eva Longoria.

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Deathly Hallows conjures up $61.2 million on Friday

Warner Brothers' Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 found a pot of gold on day one, collecting an estimated $61.2 million in its first day of domestic release on Friday.

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Katy Perry orders cleavage toned down for poster

Katy Perry created a stir with her cleavage-baring dress in a segment with Elmo on Sesame Street, now she's making sure she's not too sexy for VH1.

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Christina Aguilera on her divorce: Sometimes change is necessary (video)

Christina Aguilera spoke with Chelsea Handler for her Chelsea's Big Interview Special and talked about her shock divorce from Jordan Bratman.

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Hilary Duff: I send husband Mike steamy pics (video)

Hilary Duff isn’t afraid to send hubby Mike Comrie intimate cell phone pictures because she’s figured out a way to not get caught.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Jackson Beats Machida; Penn Tops Hughes At UFC 123

Penn beats Hughes in just 21 seconds at UFC 123

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Times: NKorea Secretly Builds New Nuclear Facility

Times: NKorea has new nuclear enrichment facility

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Namibia: Officer Arrested, Linked To Suspect Bag

Namibia: Officer arrested, linked to suspect bag

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No. 18 Texas A&M Beats No. 9 Nebraska 9-6

No. 18 Texas A&M beats No. 9 Nebraska 9-6

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Cinema's easy riders by Isaac Guzman

If it wasn’t for the pop confection that was the Monkees, America never would have seen “Easy Rider” or admired film legends such as Jack Nicholson and Dennis Hopper. That’s because …

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Joe Jonas Rings In the Holiday Season with Buddy the Elf & Santa Claus Backstage on Broadway

Check out who needed a little Christmas, right this very minute: Joe Jonas of the pop group the Jonas Brothers! The middle Jonas was spotted backstage at the new holiday hit Elf at Broadway&…

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Even Stephen by Rob Weinert-Kendt

You've got to hand it to Elisabeth Vincentelli: Of New York's daily critics, she's the only one out there truly blogging. I do admire the Times' Theater Talkback idea, which forces Ben and C…

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NEA's Rocco Landesman An Arts Dynamo

Former Broadway Produces Follows the Money — To Other DepartmentsProducing a big commercial Broadway show is one thing. Leading the country's premiere arts institution — the Nat…

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Playwrights Shuttle to TV and Back by JASON ZINOMAN

More and more playwrights are writing for television, and in many ways this is a good thing for theater.

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Pampered Critics? No, Critics in Pampers by ROB WEINERT-KENDT

Theater for the very young seems to be a growing trend. Three new fathers explore the possibilities.

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Kelli O'Hara triumphs in revival of 'Bells are Ringing' by Joe Dziemianowicz

In the Encores! revival of "Bells are Ringing," running through Sunday at City Center, O'Hara, makes her star turn as a switchboard girl Ella Peterson thoroughly effortless yet completely wi…

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Today In Theatre History: NOVEMBER 21

1694 Birthday of French author François Marie Arouet, better known as Voltaire (1694-1778) whose satirical novel "Candide" served as source material for the 1956 Leonard Bernstein/Lil…

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Elling, Starring Denis O'Hare and Brendan Fraser as Roommates, Opens on Broadway Nov. 21

Simon Bent's Elling, the odd-couple comedy previously seen in London, officially opens on Broadway Nov. 21 at 6:15 PM at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre following previews that began Nov. 2.

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World Premiere of Randy Newman's Harps and Angels Opens Nov. 21

The world premiere of Randy Newman's new musical Harps and Angels officially opens at the Center Theatre Group's Mark Taper Forum Nov. 21 at 7 PM following previews that began Nov. 10.

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Actors Temple Benefit, With Len Cariou, Jackie Hoffman, Beth Fowler, Presented Nov. 21

Randie Levine-Miller presents The Best of Broadway & Cabaret Salute The Actors Temple: A Musical Celebration Nov. 21 at 7:30 PM at the landmark venue.

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SHELF LIFE: "The Hammersteins," a "Kay Thompson" Biography and the Vocal Score of Night Music

We page through Oscar Andrew Hammerstein's "The Hammersteins: A Musical Theatre Family"; Sam Irvin's "Kay Thompson: From 'Funny Face' to 'Eloise'"; and a revised vocal score of Stephen Sondh…

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Ibsen Classic Rosmersholm, With Austin Pendleton, Bradford Cover, Opens Nov. 21

Pearl Theatre Company's new production of Henrik Ibsen's Rosmersholm, featuring Austin Pendleton as Dr. Kroll, opens Nov. 21 following previews from Nov. 12, introducing a new generation to …

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PHOTO CALL: Alexander Gemignani, Kate Baldwin, Aaron Lazar and Christiane Noll Sing Sondheim at Carnegie Hall

A host of Broadway favorites interpreted the songs of Tony-winning composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim Nov. 19 at Carnegie Hall.

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Talk and Rehearsal with [title of show] George Street Playhouse Collaborators (Video) by Thomas Peter

The cast of the George Street Playhouse production of [title of show] are seen rehearsing songs from the Off-Broadway and Broadway cult hit in this video, which also features interviews with…

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Jane Krakowski to Light Empire State Building for Lupus Foundation by Thomas Peter

Tony Award winner and "30 Rock" star Jane Krakowski will light the Empire State Building blue at 3:30 PM Nov. 22 in honor of The S.L.E. Lupus Foundation’s Life without Lupus 40…

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Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones Visit "The View" (Video) by Thomas Peter

Tony and Academy Award winner Vanessa Redgrave and two-time Tony winner James Earl Jones drove over to “The View” Nov. 18 to talk about their work in the Broadway production of A…

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BWW's On This Day - November 21, 2010

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 21 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sagal Leads Zaks-Helmed HARPS & ANGELS at Mark Taper Forum; Full Casting Announced by BWW News Desk

Casting has been set for the world premiere of Randy Newman's Harps and Angels, which begins previews at the Center Theatre GroupMark Taper Forum on November 10, opens November 21 and contin…

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Miller & Brook Join Spacey's 24 HOUR PLAYS in the West End, 11/21 by BWW News Desk

WENN News reports this morning that Sienna Miller and Kelly Brook will be among the participants in Kevin Spacey's The 24 Hour Plays in the West End on November 21, 2010. The event, which …

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ELLING Opens On Broadway Today

Broadways new comedy ELLING starring Brendan Fraser, Denis OHare, Jennifer Coolidge, Richard Easton and Jeremy Shamos, directed by Doug Hughes, opens this Sunday, November 21.

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Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 11/20/2010

BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 11202010.

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Saturday Special Spotlight: Andre De Shields by Pat Cerasaro

Today we are talking to an Emmy-winning stage star best known for his unforgettable turns as the Wizard of Oz himself in the original Broadway cast of THE WIZ, as well as his Emmy-winning pe…

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STAGE TUBE: EVERY TONGUE CONFESS Plays Arena Stage's Kogod Cradle

Arena Stage's newest space, the Kogod Cradle, held its inaugural presentation, the world premiere of Marcus Gardley's exploration of hate crimes in the American South, every tongue confess, …

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TWITTER WATCH: Harvey Fierstein 'Did someone announce my imminent demise?'

BroadwayWorld.com presents Twitter Watch, which brings you only the best and most interesting reports straight from the mouths of Broadway stars, shows and more on the hot social networking …

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Photo Flash: BONNIE & CLYDE Opens at the Asolo Rep

Asolo Repertory Theatre's production of Bonnie amp Clyde opened on November 19. The opening night festivities included vintage cars on the patio courtesy of Vintage Motors of Sarasota.

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7 Jukebox Musicals 'In Theater Limbo'

A recent article from SoundSpike.com discusses seven jukebox musicals that are trapped in theatrical limbo. These shows at one point in time seemed full of Broadway potential, but since, hav…

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Actress Injured During JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH

Due to an injured actor, the workshop production of the new musical, JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH was cancelled Thursday night at Goodspeed Musical's Norma Terris Theatre in Chester, Conn. acco…

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Broadway Beat Weekend Special: Angels in America, Joan Collins & The Scottsboro Boys! by Broadway Beat

The all new 21st Season of Broadway Beat is here This week catch up with Broadway Beat at Angels in America, Joan Collins amp The Scottsboro Boys.

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STAGE TUBE: Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones Visit 'The View'

Tony and Academy Award winning actress Vanessa Redgrave and two-time Tony winner James Earl Jones visited The View on Nov. 18 to talk about their work in the Broadway production of Alfred Uh…

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Stephen Sondheim's 'Finishing the Hat': A reflection on a luminous Broadway career

Stephen Sondheim's 'Finishing the Hat': A reflection on a luminous Broadway career

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Hartford Stage: Thinking Inside the Box

Whoever succeeds Michael Wilson as artistic director of Hartford Stage will face a challenge of critical mass. How do you program works that have any kind of newness, edge or dare for a larg…

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Youtube Weekend Fave: Sondheim B'Day Salute from London

Every weekend I'm going to post some of the youtube clips that I come across that I especially love -- those that give me goosebumps, touch my heart or make me laugh. On Wednesday at 9 p.m. …

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For Alice Ripley, body-swapping is 'Next to Normal'

At each performance of the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning musical, the actress becomes an everyday mom facing an extraordinarily stressful situation.In a rehearsal room several floors above 42nd…

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