Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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'Spidey' Actress Hurt

A lead actress in "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" was injured last week during an onstage battle scene, making her the fifth cast member to be hurt in the troubled production.

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John Leguizamo’s Broadway therapy

Actor, writer and monologist John Leguizamo is now officially a professional therapy patient. By that, I mean that we're paying him for the therapy that is his latest one-man show - a concei…

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A Chip Off 'Mildred Pierce'

Actress says it was difficult playing a witch of a character like Veda Pierce.

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Review: Between Two World at Curtainup by Simon Saltzman

No matter how one may attempt to define this exhilarating fusion of sensual dancing and stirring drumming, it is unlike anything that you are likely to have seen befor

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Another "Spider-man" actress sidelined by injury

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Yet another performer in the trouble-plagued Broadway musical "Spider-man Turn Off the Dark" has been sidelined by an injury suffered on stage, a spokesman for the show …

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Review: In a Forest, Dark and Deep at Curtainup/London by Lizzie Loveridge

Like all Neil Labute's plays this one engages you intellectually long after curtain down .

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Review: Ghetto Klown at curtainup.com by Lizzie Loveridge

This may be John Leguizamo's most deeply felt and therapeutic performance piece. It may also be the most entertaining .

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Review: Double falsehood at curtainup.com by William Coyle

Is this really Shakespeare? Why not judge for yourself and be one of those lucky few to have seen a professional production in many generations. . . .

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Another 'Spider-Man' thesp injured

Legit News: Carpio temporarily out of the show -- The actress playing villainess Arachne in Broadway tuner "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" has been injured in a mid-performance incident that…

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Theater Review | 'Ghetto Klown': A Queens Guy Toughs It Out in Hollywood by Charles Isherwood

John Leguizamo’s new solo Broadway show recounts his personal and professional travails growing up in Queens and making it in show business.

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'Spider-Man' suffers yet another injury

Is this the curse of the Spider-Woman? T.V. Carpio, who stepped in to replace another actress injured in Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," has now herself been sidelined after an a…

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Broadway Review Roundup: GHETTO KLOWN

Leguizamo takes audiences from his adolescent memories in Queens to the early days of his acting career during the outrageous 80s avant-garde theatre scene, and on to the sets of major motio…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Ghetto Klown by Mondschein

"Ghetto Klown" at the Lyceum Theatre, March 3, 2011 John Leguizamo returns to Broadway with another biographical show, taking us from his childhood to the present.  Much feels li…

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Ghetto Klown

Legit Reviews: Industry eyes might find added value in the show as a well-packaged audition piece for hyper-active, hyper-talented and underused performer John Leguizamo.

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The Pet Shop Boys/The Most Incredible Thing - review by Judith Mackrell

Sadler's Wells, LondonIt may have been Tchaikovsky who inspired the Pet Shop Boys to attempt their first ballet score, but the music they've written for The Most Incredible Thing is not even…

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Review: Double Falsehood

Classic Stage Company's Brian Kulick delivers a superb staging of this little-known play co-authored by William Shakespeare.

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Review: Ghetto Klown

John Leguizamo returns to Broadway in an entertaining and energetic solo that tracks the trajectory of his showbiz career.

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Los Angeles Production of God of Carnage Extends Until May 29

Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage will now play the Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre, April 5 - May 29. Matthew Warchus, who won a Tony Award for his direction of the play on Br…

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UPDATE: No Deal Yet for SPIDER-MAN & Julie Taymor

We're now told by two production sources that these negotiations are still continuing, and that her exit deal has not yet been finalized. Issues surrounding royalties, copywrites, billing an…

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Leguizamo's witty 'Ghetto Klown' is gabby

John Leguizamo is a gifted chameleon with -- as he warned in the title of his debut solo 20 years ago -- his own special nonstop mambo mouth. He bounces off anecdotes and observations as a b…

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International relief: Amon Miyamoto in Yokohama by David Cote

A Japanese director is still headed for Lincoln Center Festival

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Brouhaha of the week: Blogging playwrights pile on by Helen Shaw

A controversial post on playwright entitlement lights many fires

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Chicago pleads the fifth, surpasses Oh! Calcutta as long-runner by David Cote

Chicago becomes the fifth longest-running show on Broadway

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Video of the day: Broadway Bares Solo Strips by Adam Feldman

Video of the day: Broadway Bares goes solo

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Good news for Good People: Three extra weeks by Adam Feldman

Three extra weeks to see Good People

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Choreographer Benjamin Millepied on life after 'Black Swan'

Ballet dancer Benjamin Millepied talks about fiance Natalie Portman, what he learned working on 'Black Swan' and what projects are up next.Dancer Benjamin Millepied, 33, comes off as a bit o…

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The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Legit Reviews: Kneehigh's equally idiosyncratic take on "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" is, as expected, brimming with imaginative touches. But this time, effort outstrips the achievement.

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The Umbrellas of Cherbourg - review by Michael Billington

Gielgud, London"Charmingly attenuated" was how the New Yorker's Pauline Kael described the original 1964 Jacques Demy movie. Suspiciously thin would be my verdict on this stage version adapt…

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S. Epatha Merkerson Cast in Jonathan Demme's Supernatural Pilot for CBS

Former Law amp Order staple S. Epatha Merkerson is the latest addition to the currently untitled CBS pilot set to be directed by Jonathan Demme.

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Green Room Awards Winners Announced: MARY POPPINS, YANA ALANA Lead

The Green Room Awards took place at The Famous Spiegeltent in Melbourne last night, and global favorite MARY POPPINS led the night with a total of nine awards out of its twelve nominations. …

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Double Falsehood

This possible long-lost play by Shakespeare is given a flat staging by Classic Stage Company. At least it's providing work for reliable veterans Philip Goodwin and Jon DeVries.

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Another 'Spider-Man' musical star injured

Another star has been hobbled by "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." T.V. Carpio, who plays the villainous Arachne, suffered an undisclosed injury during last Wednesday's matinee and will be ou…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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'Spider-Man' Actress Sidelined Due to Onstage Injury

"Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark" lead actress T.V. Carpio suffered an injury that will leave her out of the troubled Broadway production for two weeks.

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Atlanta Troupe Claims Mark: 39 Bard Plays

Last week, the Atlanta Shakespeare Company achieved its claim of becoming the first in the U.S. to perform all 39 of the plays written at least in part by William Shakespeare.

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Another performer injured in 'Spider-Man' musical

Another cast member has been hurt in a production that has been plagued by injuries. Another cast member has been hurt in a production that has been plagued by injuries.

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Audra McDonald Looking Likely for 'Porgy and Bess' by Patrick Healy

Audra McDonald confirms to playbill.com that she's going to do "Porgy and Bess" at ART.

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ArtsBeat: Audra McDonald Looking Likely for 'Porgy and Bess' by Patrick Healy

Audra McDonald confirms to playbill.com that she's going to do "Porgy and Bess" at ART.

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Center Theatre Group's GOD OF CARNAGE Extends Through 5/29

Due to overwhelming demand, God of Carnage at Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre has been extended for two additional weeks. The production, which features the original Broadway cast of…

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NY Review: 'Ghetto Klown'

John Leguizamo is in top form in "Ghetto Klown," his fifth solo effort, an entertaining combination of standup routine, autobiography, and Hollywood gossip fest.

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Did John Leguizamo's Ghetto Klown Crack Up Our Word of Mouth Reviewers? by Broadway.com Staff

With a title like Ghetto Klown, you know stage and screen star John Leguizamo is hoping to make Broadway audiences laugh. Broadway.com sent our Word of Mouth reviewers Matt, Ameil and Dan ov…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Entropy, Algorithms, and Laughs: 'Arcadia' and 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical'

It's not easy to dramatize the almost sexual excitement of intellectual discovery. Aaron Sorkin has failed at it twice: in Broadway's The Farnsworth Invention, which chronicled the birth of …

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NY1 Theater Review: "Priscilla Queen Of The Desert"

Based on the 1994 film of the same name, "Priscilla Queen Of The Desert" is now a splashy Broadway musical.

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Another injury rocks 'Spider-Man' Broadway musical by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- Is this the curse of the Spider-Woman?...

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Irish 'Hamlet' Actor Slashed with Sword on Stage

The audience thought Conor Madden, who was playing the title character, was still acting when he collapsed on stage with a gash beneath his eye, the Associated Press reports.

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Broad Stage season to feature Helen Hunt in 'Our Town,' plus return of Baryshnikov

The 2011-12 season at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica will feature a healthy dose of star power.The 2011-12 season at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica will feature a healthy dose of star powe…

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Theater review: 'The Eccentricities of a Nightingale' at A Noise Within

The production reveals more when it plays against type instead of leaning into it. The production reveals more when it plays against type instead of leaning into it.

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Performance Injury Sidelines Spider-Man Actress T.V. Carpio by Kenneth Jones

T.V. Carpio, the actress playing supervillain Arachne in Broadway's Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, will be out of the show until early April due to an injury sustained in a performance.

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When one plus one can equal Zero

The wild man who created Tevye, Pseudolus and other classic roles is back on stage again

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Is curse of spider-women rampant on Broadway?

T.V. Carpio stepped in to replace another actress injured in Broadway’s troubled “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.” She has now herself been sidelined after an accident during an onstage…

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Theater Review: Plays That Grapple With Grief in War and Love by Matt Wolf

Two powerful revivals are on London stages: “Flare Path” and “Ecstasy.”

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Staten Island Museum to Break Ground on New Home by Robin Pogrebin

The Staten Island Museum on Wednesday is to break ground on its new $25 million home in Building A, a landmark on the Snug Harbor Cultural Center Campus.

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'Another 'Spider-Man' Actress Injured by Patrick Healy

The actress who plays the villainess Arachne in Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will be out of the show for the next two weeksafter she sustained an injury onstage.

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ArtsBeat: Another ‘Spider-Man’ Actress Injured by Patrick Healy

The actress who plays the villainess Arachne in Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will be out of the show for the next two weeksafter she sustained an injury onstage.

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Theater Review | 'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn': Melting-Pot Musical With One Foot in Comedy, One in Tragedy by Jason Zinoman

The Peccadillo Theater Company’s production of the 1951 musical “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” at the Theater at St. Clements, is a low-budget affair that wants to be high-budget.

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CHICAGO Becomes 5th Longest-Running Broadway Production 3/25

On Friday, March 25, 2011, the internationally acclaimed revival of John Kander, Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse's Tony Award-winning musical CHICAGO will reach another major milestone when it become…

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Four-Time Tony Winner Audra McDonald Eyes Return to Broadway in Porgy and Bess by Broadway.com Staff

Four-time Tony winner Audra McDonald, who recently left TV’s Private Practice and confirmed her involvement with the upcoming production of Porgy and Bess at the American Repertory The…

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TT: Snapshot

An excerpt from Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, directed by Michael Elliott and starring Peggy Ashcroft, Judi Dench, and John Gielgud,...

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Double Falsehood by William Shakespeare* and John Fletcher*, Adapted by Lewis Theobald, Directed by Brian Kulick, Classic Stage Company by Yvonne Korshak

A rumored connection to Shakespeare's the thing here -- not the play. Is Double Falsehood based on a play Shakespeare wrote* in collaboration with John Fletcher,* that has come down to us th…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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A Celebration Indeed: Review of Los Angeles Ballet’s Latest by Deidre Moore

I attended LA Ballet’s second weekend of their new ballet Celebration in Redondo Beach last Saturday. This is my sixth LAB performance, though half of them have been The Nutcracker, so…

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Audra McDonald Reveals Casting in Porgy and Bess at A.R.T. by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winner Audra McDonald recently confirmed that she will star as Bess in a new production of the George Gershwin and DuBose Heyward opera Porgy and Bess at the American Repertory Th…

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Chicago To Become Fifth Longest-Running Broadway Production by Andrew Gans

On March 25 the revival of John Kander, Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse's Tony Award-winning musical Chicago will become the fifth-longest running production in Broadway history, surpassing Oh! C…

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Music Review: Back at Midcentury, When Broadway Knew Romance by Stephen Holden

Nathan Gunn and Kelli O’Hara and the New York Philharmonic revisit tunes from “Show Boat,” “Carousel” and other Broadway shows of the last century.

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ArtsBeat: Injured 'Spider-Man' Actor Undergoes DNA Testing by Kate Taylor

Christopher Tierney, the actor who was hurt when he fell during a December performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," has undergone DNA testing as part of his recovery.

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$12 Million Gift for Concert Hall in California by Robin Pogrebin

The financier Sanford I. Weill and his wife, Joan, have given a $12 million gift to Sonoma State University for the completion of a concert hall at the Green Music Center.

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PHOTO FLASH: Annie Golden, David Greenspan, Donald Margulies, Lois Smith, et al. at Opening of Playwrights Horizons' Kin

Playwrights Horizons, under the artistic direction of Tim Sanford, celebrated the opening night of Bathsheba Doran's new play Kin, on Monday, March 21. Sam Gold has directed the product…

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Chicago to Become Fifth-Longest Running Broadway Show on March 25

Chicago the Musical will become the fifth longest running show in Broadway history when it plays its evening performance on Friday, March 25 at the Ambassador Theatre. With this performance…

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24 Film to Hit Theatres in 2012!

According to publiched reports, the much anticipated big screen adaptation of the FOX's hit series, 24 is set to be released in theatres in 2012. Keifer Sutherland, who is currently starring…

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Spider-Man's T.V. Carpio Sidelined After Onstage Injury by Broadway.com Staff

Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark star T.V. Carpio is out of the Broadway production for two weeks due to an unspecified onstage injury. Carpio's understudy, America Olivo, will take over th…

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Get Hooked on High! Exclusive Rehearsal Photos Featuring Kathleen Turner by Broadway.com Staff

The Great White Way will soon play host to the gritty drama High, a tale of addiction and forgiveness from playwright Matthew Lombardo. Husky-voiced acting icon Kathleen Turner leads the cas…

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The Afternoon Report, Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Bbbblogger

Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Tuesday, March 22, 2011 Today’s Tweets from BBB Follow us on Twitter –  http://twitter.com/BBBway Click on any hyperlinked  item for more infor…

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CHICAGO Becomes 5th Longest Running Production in Broadway History Fri Mar 25, Surpasses OH! CALCUTTA

Untitled Document "CHICAGO" Takes the Fifth!! ON FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2011, BROADWAY'S RECORD-BREAKING MUSICAL SMASH   CHICAGO BECOMES THE FIFTH LONGEST-RUNNING PRODUCTION …

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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IMPACT OF POTENTIAL GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN ON FORD'S THEATRE PROGRAMMING by Media Center

UPDATE: The Ford’s Theatre Society regrets the distribution of misinformation provided us earlier today regarding the effect of a potential government shutdown. We have since received new …

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FORD'S THEATRE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE WILL BE CLOSED ON SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2011 by Media Center

Ford’s Theatre will be closed to the public on Sunday, April 10, to host the premiere of The Conspirator, a new film directed by Robert Redford about Mary Surratt. The historic site will r…

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PHOTO CALL: A Peek Inside Punchdrunk's Sleep No More by Matthew Blank

British theatre company Punchdrunk brings the interactive Sleep No More to New York. The immersive theatrical event is inspired by Shakespeare's Macbeth.

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David Yee’s Paper Series should get more ink

David Yee’s six vignettes use paper as a linking device for poignant observations about immigrant experience and racial stereotypes

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Present, evoking the past by Cate McQuaid, Globe Correspondent

BEVERLY — Around the time Modernism crumpled into postmodernism in the second half of the 20th century, the idea that great artists make completely original works of art gave way to a …

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Injured 'Spider-Man' Actor Undergoes DNA Testing by Kate Taylor

Christopher Tierney, the actor who was hurt when he fell during a December performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," has undergone DNA testing as part of his recovery.

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Duncan Sheik to Offer June 8 Highline Ballroom Concert

Tony Award winner Duncan Sheik will offer a one-night-only concert at the Highline Ballroom on June 8 at 8pm. Sheik won a Tony Award for the score for Spring Awakening, and he also wrote th…

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Craig Zadan Presents Ricky Martin with GLAAD’s Vito Russo Award (Video) by Thomas Peter

Pop star Ricky Martin, who will appear on Broadway in Evita in 2012, received the Vito Russo Award at the 22nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards March 19. The award was presented by producer Craig Z…

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Exclusive: SPIDER-MAN's Arachne, T.V. Carpio, Out for 2-3 Weeks with Whiplash

Now, BroadwayWorld.com has learned that lead actress, T.V. Carpio, who plays the role of Arachne has been sidelined from the production with what we're told is 'whiplash' and is expected to …

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Denzel Washington to Receive Honorary Degree from Penn

Denzel Washington, internationally renowned actor and director, will deliver the address at the University of Pennsylvania's 255th Commencement on Monday, May 16, Leslie Laird Kruhly, Secret…

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Steve Lawrence, John Mahoney to Guest Star on HOT IN CLEVELAND

According to TVGuide.com, Steve Lawrence and John Mahoney are set to star in the new season of TV Land's 'Hot in Cleveland.

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BWW EXCLUSIVE: Simon Cowell Talks X FACTOR, Lloyd Webber, Sondheim, Broadway & More! by Pat Cerasaro

Earlier today I had the extreme privilege of speaking to the most powerful man in the recording industry and one of the most accomplished and successful producers of the modern era, Simon Co…

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Christopher Sieber, Laura Osnes, et al. Set for Scott Alan Concert, 4/18

The Broadway at Birdland concert series is proud to present the return of composerlyricist Scott Alan to the stage on Monday, April 18 at 7pm.

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Hot Hunks to Headline Broadway Bares: Solo Strips Fundraiser by Broadway.com Staff

A cast of some of Broadway and off-Broadway's hottest dancers have signed on for Broadway Bares: Solo Strips, a one-night-only fundraiser to be held on April 3 at Splash. This sexy sprin…

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Matthew Morrison to Duet With Gwyneth Paltrow on Solo Album; Release Date Set by Broadway.com Staff

Matthew Morrison will duet with Glee recurring guest star Gwyneth Paltrow on his upcoming debut solo album, according to EW.com. The duo will sing "Over the Rainbow," a song Morris…

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Leon Russom and Barry Ford Wrestle Beckett’s Endgame by Greta McAnany

With careers whose sum almost equals a century of experience, Leon Russom and Barry Ford believe getting older does not mean less opportunity. In fact, both actors believe age and experience…

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John Leguizamo's GHETTO KLOWN Opens Tonight

JOHN LEGUIZAMO’s “GHETTO KLOWN” OPENS ON BROADWAY TONIGHT FEATURED ON PEOPLE.COM Get Ghetto Klown Tickets John Leguizamo’s GHETTO KLOWN, directed by Fisher Stevens, opens tonight Tu…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Prometheus Bound on WERS 88.9fm by Amreptheatre

Prometheus Bound on WERS 88.9fm Part 4 of 4 - Gavin Creel and Uzo Aduba speak about the current production of Prometheus Bound playing at OBERON till April 2nd. From: amreptheatre Views: 83…

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Giving literature virtual life

New digital tools are bringing new ways to teach humanities courses, even Shakespeare.

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Victoria Matlock, Erik Hayden and Jared Mason Are Million Dollar Quartet's Fresh Faces by Adam Hetrick

Victoria Matlock, Erik Hayden and Jared Mason are among the new leads of Broadway's Million Dollar Quartet, which plays the Nederlander Theatre.

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Memphis, Spider-Man, Catch Me If You Can Actors Will Take It Off for Solo Strips Benefit by Andrew Gans

Broadway Bares: Solo Strips, a Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit striptease event, will be presented April 3 at 8 PM and 10 PM at Splash, located in Manhattan at 50 West 17th Street.

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David Staller to Direct Shaw's Candida in NJ; Casting Announced by Michael C. Gioia

Casting has been announced for Two River Theatre Company's upcoming production of George Bernard Shaw's Candida, which will begin performances March 22 with an official opening March…

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PHOTO CALL: Celia Keenan-Bolger, Stephen Bogardus, Katherine Waterston at Bathsheba Doran's Kin Opening Night by Krissie Fullerton

Bathsheba Doran's Kin, starring Kristen Bush and Patch Darragh, opened at Off-Broadway's Playwrights Horizons March 21.

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PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Book of Mormon Star Josh Gad by Matthew Blank

Josh Gad, currently starring as Elder Cunningham in Broadway's The Book of Mormon, fills out Playbill.com's questionnaire with random facts, backstage trivia and pop-culture tidbits.

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Greg MacArthur casts a clear eye on our Toxique times

The playwright scores a coup in Montreal with a second strong production in French

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Bolshoi rocked by scandal and intrigue by Miriam Elder

As another talent departs, Russia's grand theatre stands accused of lacking vision – and moralsIt was once a byword for the finest in Russian culture – the "big" theatre, grand not just …

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Greg Davies – review by Brian Logan

The Broadway, BarkingGreg Davies has little to fear from the slings and arrows of showbiz, having worked as a schoolteacher for 12 years. When you've had "Mr Davies is a bell-end" scrawled o…

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Scottish Dance Theatre – review by Sanjoy Roy

The Place, LondonAn intrepid and spirited company, Scottish Dance Theatre has regularly commissioned choreographers previously unknown in the UK; their current double bill is by two new Amer…

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Wuthering Heights – review by Elisabeth Mahoney

Aberystwyth Arts CentreWhat a vexing novel this is for anyone adapting it for the stage. Richly written and doused with passions that simmer for decades, Emily Brontë's novel is a gift and …

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An Uneasy Return for Chris Brown on 'Good Morning America' by Dave Itzkoff

Broken glass was found in the singer's dressing room at "G.M.A." after an interview in which the co-anchor Robin Roberts asked Mr. Brown about his relationship with Rihanna.

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Elton John, Leon Russell Announce First-ever 'Make Your Own Video' Contest

Music legends Elton John and Leon Russell, along with their record label Decca, are partnering with VEVO for the leading music video and entertainment platform's first-ever Make Your Own Mus…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 04:00PM

Judd Hirsch to Join New Season of DAMAGES

According to EW.com, stage veteran Judd Hirsch is set to join the new season of DirecTV's Damages. He'll star as an alcoholic ex-mentor of Hewes.

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Betty Buckley to Direct STORY SONGS Concerts, 3/28-31

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and legendary Broadway star Betty Buckley present three benefit concerts featuring her recent Song Interpretation Workshop participants. The concerts are …

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Roundabout's BURNING BOY Opens Tomorrow!

Roundabout Theatre Company's production of The Dream of the Burning Boy , a new play by David West Read, directed by Evan Cabnet, officially opens tomorrow, Wednesday, March 23rd. The Dream …

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BWW TV: Check Out WAR HORSE on Stage in London!

The National Theatre of Great Britain's production of WAR HORSE, presented by Lincoln Center Theater and the National Theatre of Great Britain in association with Bob Boyett, is now in previ…

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STAGE TUBE: SISTER ACT Cast on Menken's Music

SISTER ACT will begin preview performances at the Broadway Theatre 1681 Broadway on March 24, 2011 and will open on Wednesday, April 20, 2011.In the following video, the cast chats exclusivl…

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Steven Weber to Join Cast of PARENTHOOD

According to TVLine.com, Broadway veteran Steven Weber is set to guest star on this season's 'Parenthood' finale on NBC. Weber will appear on the show as a recurring character next season, a…

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John Leguizamo’s GHETTO KLOWN Opens Tonight; See Him Now on www.people.com by Kguiod

John Leguizamo’s GHETTO KLOWN, directed by Fisher Stevens, opens tonight, Tuesday, March 22 at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre (149 West 45th Street).  John is featured today on www.people.co…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Prometheus Bound on WERS 88.9fm by Amreptheatre

Prometheus Bound on WERS 88.9fm Part 3 of 4 - Gavin Creel and Uzo Aduba speak about the current production of Prometheus Bound playing at OBERON till April 2nd. From: amreptheatre Views: 13…

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Shannon Murdoch's New Light Shine Wins 2011 Yale Drama Series Award by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award-winning playwright John Guare has selected Australian playwright Shannon Murdoch as the recipient of the 2011 Yale Drama Series Award: Murdoch will receive the David C. Horn Prize…

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Original Broadway Cast of Sophisticated Ladies Will Celebrate 30-Year Reunion at Birdland by Thomas Peter

Sophisticated Ladies, the Tony Award-winning revue of Duke Ellington's music, will celebrate its 30th anniversary at Birdland April 25 at 7 PM.

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'Good People' extends, pushes 'Class'

Legit News: McNally revival to begin three weeks later -- Broadway's Frances McDormand-toplined production of David Linsday-Abaire play "Good People" has extended its run by an additional th…

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Australian Playwright Named Winner of Yale Drama Series Honor

Shannon Murdoch, an Australian playwright, has won the 2011 Yale Drama Series competition for her play "New Light Shine," a work about four small-town lives linked through a violent crime an…

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Somersaults – review by Mark Fisher

Traverse, EdinburghWhat do you have left when you strip away your home, your personal possessions and your loved ones? For some, it might be a sense of selfhood, spirituality or oneness with…

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Jimmy Clark obituary

My uncle, Jimmy Clark, who has died aged 103, loved acting and the theatre from an early age. He had wanted to go on the stage but, as his father was opposed to this, he went to work for the…

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Kyle Dean Massey, Christiane Noll, Laura Osnes, Christopher Sieber, et al. to Join Scott Alan for Birdland Concert

Nikki Renee Daniels, Darius de Haas, Crystal Monee Hall, Mykal Kilgore, Kyle Dean Massey, Cassie McIvor, Christiane Noll, Laura Osnes, Zak Resnick, Christopher Sieber, and Raena White will j…

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Hinton Battle, Mercedes Ellington, Terri Klausner, Valarie Pettiford, et al. Set for Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies Reunion

Broadway at Birdland will present the 30 Year Reunion Celebration of the Broadway Opening of Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies, on Monday, April 25 at 7pm, as part of the Broadway a…

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Donna Murphy and Creative Team Give Insight Into The People in the Picture (Video) by Andrew Gans

Two-time Tony Award winner Donna Murphy (Passion, The King and I) fuses Poland in the 1930s with New York in the 1970s in the new musical The People in the Picture, which is set to open Apri…

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Aguilar, Wilson, et al. Join Cast of ATC's ORGINAL GREASE

American Theater Company ATC announces casting for the restored, revised, R-rated The Original Grease. Adrian Aguilar Danny Zuko and Kelly Davis Wilson Sandy Dumbroski head a cast of 26, whi…

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Natalie Casey to Join London's Legally Blonde as Paulette by Broadway.com Staff

Natalie Casey will join the West End cast of the Olivier Award-winning musical Legally Blonde on April 26 as ditzy beautician Paulette Buonofonté, replacing Denise Van Outen, who will…

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Fashion Police Officer Joan Rivers on Priscilla's Eye-Popping Drag Costumes by Michael Mellini

Iconic comedian and Fashion Police host Joan Rivers is making sure to check out Broadway’s newest crop of shows this season. “This has been some weekend,” the Joan Knows Be…

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Oliver Seymour-March to Play Carl Perkins in London’s Million Dollar Quartet by Broadway.com Staff

Oliver Seymour-March will officially take over the role of rockabilly legend Carl Perkins in London’s Million Dollar Quartet on March 28. Seymour-March, who has been playing the part a…

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Coppélia, Palais Garnier, Paris

Contrary to popular French belief, a distinguished in-house career does not a choreographer make and Patrice Bart's attempt at updating this 19th-century classic is ill-fated, writes Laura C…

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Arcadia, Barrymore Theatre, New York

This engaging Broadway revival of Tom Stppord's 1993 play celebrates science while praising its mysteriousness, writes Brendan Lemon

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Playwright John Guare Announces 2011 Yale Drama Series Award Winner

PLAYWRIGHT JOHN GUARE ANNOUNCES 2011 YALE DRAMA SERIES AWARD AS WINNER OF 2009 AWARD RECEIVES WEST END PREMIERE SUBMISSIONS INVITED FOR 2012 Shannon Murdoch, an Australian pl…

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PRISCILLA on Broadway: Color My World by Priscillaonbroadway

PRISCILLA on Broadway: Color My World Enjoy this clip of "Color My World" from PRISCILLA on Broadway! PRISCILLA is now on Broadway! For more information on PRISCILLA, please vis…

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Elton John, Helen Mirren set to host 'SNL'

NEW YORK (AP) -- NBC's "Saturday Night Live" has lined up Elton John and Helen Mirren for hosting duties on back-to-back shows in April....

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A Theatrical Launching Pad

As founder and director of the American Theatre Wing's SpringboardNYC, Randy Ellen Lutterman runs a two-week training course every June for 35 college juniors and seniors.

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'South Park' guys make 'really different' Broadway by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- For years, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have lampooned everything, from Scientology to Tiger Woods, Prius drivers to Islam, Brittney Spears to the great state of New Jerse…

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Calendar Girls Winnipeg Opening by Mirvishproductions

Calendar Girls Winnipeg Opening Calendar Girls was revealed in Winnipeg prior to its Toronto engagement. The audience loved the show. Meet Miss January, Miss February, Miss March, Miss Apr…

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Casting Announced for The Original Grease, Revival of the Raunchy Seminal Version of Classic Musical by Kenneth Jones

American Theater Company in Chicago has announced casting for the rare revival of the "R-rated" original 1971 version of Grease, here dubbed The Original Grease.

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PHOTO CALL: Wanda Sykes, Michael Urie, Justin Bond and Marty Thomas at Gayfest Gala by Matthew Blank

Author, political strategist, civil rights activist and public affairs advisor David Mixner was presented with the Community Service Award at GAYFEST NYC, Inc.'s annual gala, Spring At L…

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James Gandolfini to Star in HBO Film About Robert Egan by Thomas Peter

Emmy Award winner and Tony nominee James Gandolfini will star in an upcoming film for HBO, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Jonathan Cake Will Appear on "Desperate Housewives" by Thomas Peter

Stage and screen actor Jonathan Cake will join the cast of "Desperate Housewives" for a four-episode appearance this season and as a regular next season, according to zap2it.com.

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850 actors tried out for the original 'Grease' by Chris Jones

Jim Jacobs, the co-creator of "Grease," and PJ Paparelli, the artistic director of American Theater Company, say they saw more than 850 actors who wanted to be part of the upcoming revival (…

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Filming of Christopher Shinn's "Four" Restarts -- But Not Coming to Hartford

The filming of "Four" in the Hartford area, scheduled to begin last summer nuixed shortly before shooting was to have begun, is now pl;anniong to start filming anew -- excerpt not in Hartfor…

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La Cage revisited by Richard Seff

It’s interesting and informative (and fun) to revisit some of the classical musicals. A new director, new stars, even a new scenic design can alter our memory of it, or allow us to share i…

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Newport Jazz Festival Embraces Fresh Talent by Larry Rohter

Esperanza Spalding, who last month won the Grammy for best new artist, will perform on two of the festival's three days of shows in August.

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A Meaty Role Brings James Gandolfini Back to HBO by Dave Itzkoff

Mr. Gandolfini, a star of "The Sopranos," is attached to play the lead role and produce a film adapted from the book "Eating With the Enemy: How I Waged Peace With North Korea From My BBQ Sh…

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ArtsBeat: Australian Playwright Wins Yale Drama Series Award by Patrick Healy

John Guare, the acclaimed stage writer and judge of the series, announced on Tuesday that Shannon Murdoch had won for "New Light Shine."

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Oliver Seymour-Marsh to Play Carl Perkins in London's Million Dollar Quartet

Oliver Seymour-Marsh will take over the role of Carl Perkins in the London production of Million Dollar Quartet, at the Noël Coward Theatre, beginning March 28. He replaces original…

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Natalie Casey to Join London's Legally Blonde the Musical

Natalie Casey will take over the role of ditzy beautician Paulette Buonofonté in the West End production of Legally Blonde the Musical, at the Savoy Theatre, beginning April 26. S…

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Hinton Battle, Mercedes Ellington, Valarie Pettiford, et al. Set for Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies Reunion

Broadway at Birdland will present the 30 Year Reunion Celebration of the Broadway Opening of Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies, on Monday, April 25 at 7pm, as part of the Broadway a…

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Ralph Caliendo, Steve Lawrence, John Mahoney to Guest Star on Hot in Cleveland

Stage veterans Steve Lawrence, John Mahoney, and Las Vegas impressionist Ralph Caliendo will be among the upcoming guest stars on TV Land's hit sitcom, Hot in Cleveland, according to TV…

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Matt Cavenaugh, Bob Morris, Seth Rudetsky, et al. Set for 92Y Tribeca's Everything's Coming Up Moses

Casting has been announced for Rachel Shukert's Everything's Coming Up Moses, to be offered at the 92Y Tribeca on April 13 at 7:30pm. Michael Schiralli will direct the performance…

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Tyrone Jackson, Brandon Rubendall, Charlie Sutton, et al. Set for April 3 Broadway Bares: Solo Strips

Dave August, Sandor DeGrazia, Tony Guerrero, Tyrone Jackson, Andy Mills, Brandon Rubendall, Kellen Stancil, Charlie Sutton, Rickey Tripp, and Matthew Skrincosky will perform in the latest in…

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Alan Menken, Patina Miller and Sister Act Cast Chat at Rehearsal (Video) by Thomas Peter

Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken, Olivier Award-nominated actress Patina Miller and the cast of Sister Act recently held an open rehearsal for the media where they performed songs …

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Trailer for Memphis Live Film (Video) by Thomas Peter

A trailer for the upcoming film of the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis, filmed live on stage from the Shubert Theatre, has been released. The Jan. 18-21 performances of the musical were f…

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Shannon Murdoch Wins 2011 Yale Drama Series Award

Shannon Murdoch, an Australian playwright, has won the 2011 Yale Drama Series competition for her play New Light Shine, a work about four small-town lives linked through a violent crime and …

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BWW TV Exclusive: It's Raining Men, Say A Little Prayer and Color My World from PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT

The lights in Times Square burned brighter Sunday night with the arrival of PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT THE MUSICAL at the Palace Theatre on Broadway. We're now excited to present the conc…

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THE WIZARD OF OZ BLOG: Rehearsing at Theatre Royal!

Audiences are following the yellow brick road over the rainbow to see Danielle Hope, winner of BBC TV's Over the Rainbow, play Dorothy at The London Palladium, the capital's home of the fami…

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MTC's MASTER CLASS Now Begins Performances 6/14 Due to GOOD PEOPLE Extension

Due to the previously announced extension of GOOD PEOPLE, MTC is announcing a revised schedule for the new Broadway production of Terrence McNally's Tony Award-winning MASTER CLASS, directed…

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ANYTHING GOES To Perform Live On Good Morning America 3/25

Roundabout Theatre Companys Anything Goes, will perform live on ABCs Good Morning America between 8AM-9AM on channel 7 this Friday Tune in to see Sutton Foster and company members from Anyth…

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First Look at Polanski's GOD OF CARNAGE Film!

Roman Polanski's upcoming God of Carnage film features John C. Reilly, Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet and Christoph Waltz in the movie version of Yasmina Reva's Tony-winning play. Click here for…

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BC/EFA Announces Broadway Bares: Solo Strips - April 3

Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS and Jerry Mitchell have announced the return of BROADWAY BARES SOLO STRIPS, a benefit striptease event featuring some of the hottest men on and off Broadway.…

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Andrea McArdle Leads CRT's URINETOWN at the Jorgensen Theatre, 4/ 14

Connecticut Repertory Theatre CRT will present the smash-hit Broadway Musical Urinetown, featuring Broadway star Andrea McArdle, April 14 - 17 amp 27 - 30, 2011 in the Harriet S. Jorgensen T…

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Stephen Adly Guirgis on the Injury That Inspired a Motherf**ker of a Play by Stephen Adly Guirgis

About the author: Playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis has been hailed as “a masterful poet of the downtrodden,” portraying colorful characters and New York City street life in plays…

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Sutton Foster, Joel Grey & Kathleen Marshall Talk Up Anything Goes at Times Event by Broadway.com Staff

The latest revival of Cole Porter’s classic musical-at-sea Anything Goes is underway at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, and on March 21 show stars Sutton Foster and Joey Grey joined…

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Meet the Leggy Flight Attendants of CATCH ME IF YOU CAN by Admin

Meet the sexy, long-legged ladies that make up the entourage of flight attendants, nurses, students and ‘The Frank Abignale, Jr. Players’ on the young con artist’s self-ima…

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BC/EFA Announces Broadway Bares: Solo Strips; Sunday, April 3 (8 & 10 PM) at Splash by Bbbblogger

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Jerry Mitchell announce the return of BROADWAY BARES: SOLO STRIPS, a benefit striptease event featuring some of the hottest men on and off Broadway. BRO…

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LA Women’s Theatre Festival: the Personal to the Universal by Cindy Marie Jenkins

For 18 years, the LA Women’s Theatre Festival has showcased female solo artists and aided them in developing a new work, a career, as well as a support network. It’s hard to work in LA t…

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MTC Announces 2nd Extension for GOOD PEOPLE and New Dates for MASTER CLASS

MANHATTAN THEATRE CLUB ANNOUNCES FINAL THREE WEEK EXTENSION THROUGH MAY 29 ONLY FOR HIT WORLD PREMIERE PRODUCTION OF DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE’S GOOD PEOPLE AT THE SAMUEL J. FRIEDMAN THEATRE…

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ANYTHING GOES to Perform Live on ABC's "Good Morning America" Fri, Mar 25

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY ANYTHING GOES Live Performance of “Anything Goes” on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Friday, March 25th Between 8:00AM-9:00AM on channel 7 Catch the web ex…

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Roundabout's THE DREAM OF THE BURNING BOY Opens Tomorrow, Mar 23

ROUNDABOUT UNDERGROUND OPENING NIGHT IS TOMORROW  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23rd!   THE DREAM OF THE BURNING BOY A New Play by David West Read Directed by Evan Cabnet With Reed Birney Josh …

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Cult Broadway flops are celebrated in winning new Davenport’s cabaret show by Bob [cta]

Musical theatre is a risky undertaking. So many parts must seamlessly meld together in order to make a show sing, and one small crack can derail the entire operation. This is particularly th…

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This Is Good Advice, Too by Noreply@blogger.com (scott Walters)

Jess Hutchison gives a kick in the pants: "Do the Work."

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Happy Birthday, Steve: Kennedy Center Announces Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award Recipients by Adam Hetrick

In recognition of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer's 81st birthday, the Kennedy Center has announced the inaugural recipients of the Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Aw…

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Casting Announced for World Premiere of Squealer by Michael C. Gioia

Squealer, a new play by Jonathan Blitstein, will begin performances May 5 at Theater for the New City and will be the first production to be presented in partnership with the new theatre com…

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Steven Weber to Guest Star on "Parenthood" by Thomas Peter

Stage and screen  actor Steven Weber will guest star on the April 19 season finale of NBC's "Parenthood," according to digitalspy.com.

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PHOTO CALL: Heidi Blickenstaff, Christopher Sieber, Kate Baldwin, Lauren Kennedy, Will Swenson and More Sing Sam Davis by Krissie Fullerton

The PS Classics CD "Love on a Summer Afternoon: Songs of Sam Davis" came to life in an all-star concert performance featuring Heidi Blickenstaff, Christopher Sieber, Kate Baldwin, …

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Heidi Schreck, Patch Darragh, David Wilson Barnes Cast in Irish Rep Reading Cast of Winners by Kenneth Jones

Rosemary Jenkinson's The Winners, a dark comedy about winning the lottery, will get a free public reading in Irish Repertory Theatre's New Works Reading Series March 25 in Manhattan.

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LAST CHANCE: What's Closing This Week by Adam Hetrick

Here's Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway, Off-Broadway and world-premiere productions before they take a final bow.

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MAC Awards Will Be Held in May; Annie Ross and George Sanders Will Be Honored by Andrew Gans

The Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs will present The 25th Annual MAC Awards Show May 10 at 7:30 PM at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill. Lennie Watts will direct the evening wit…

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Sherie Rene Scott, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Michael Cerveris, Adrian Lenox Set for Second Stage Benefit by Andrew Gans

A Moment with You is the title of Second Stage's upcoming benefit, which will be held at the Hammerstein Ballroom and will feature selections from the theatre company's most memorabl…

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There's no such thing as a state of the nation play | Matt Trueman by Matt Trueman

The sheer variety of British new writing means that refracting plays through the prism of national identity, as Aleks Sierz's new book does, feels blinkeredPick a play – any play written i…

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Australian Playwright Wins Yale Drama Series Award by Patrick Healy

John Guare, the acclaimed stage writer and judge of the series, announced on Tuesday that Shannon Murdoch had won for "New Light Shine."

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Hank Azaria, Kathryn Hahn, Cherry Jones, Elizabeth Perkins Cast in Pilots

Stage veterans Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn have landed the lead in NBC's single-camera comedy pilot Free Agents, according to Deadline.com. The romantic comedy, based on the UK serie…

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Glenn Close, John Goodman, Judd Hirsch, Chris Messina Set for New Season of TV's Damages

Judd Hirsch will join fellow Broadway veterans John Goodman and Chris Messina in the cast of DirecTV's Damages, according to EW.com. The series, which stars Tony Award winner and Emmy …

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Denzel Washington to Speak, Receive Honorary Degree at University of Pennsylvania Commencement

Tony Award and Academy Award winner Denzel Washington, will deliver the address at the University of Pennsylvania's 255th Commencement on Monday, May 16. He will also receive an honorar…

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Tangled, with Brad Garrett, Mandy Moore, Donna Murphy, et al. Set for March 29 Four-Disc Combo Pack Release

Walt Disney Studios will release Tangled in a four disc combo pack, including a 3D Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray disc, and DVD, as well as a digital copy, on March 29. Byron Howard has directed th…

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Christopher Sieber to Join New York City Gay Men's Chorus for Big Gay Sing 3D

Two-time Tony nominee Christopher Sieber will join the New York City Gay Men's Chorus for Big Gay Sing 3D as special host and featured performer, at the Skirball Center for the Performi…

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PHOTO FLASH: Sutton Foster, Joel Grey, Kathleen Marshall Discuss Anything Goes at TimesTalks Event

Sutton Foster, Joel Grey, and Kathleen Marshall participated in a TimesTalks event entitled Cole Porter's Classic, moderated by Anthony Tommasini, on Monday, March 21. In addition to di…

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Complete Video of The Spidey Project Released by Thomas Peter

The Spidey Project: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility, the no-budget Spider-Man musical created as an alternative to the $65 million Spider-Man musical currently playing on 42nd St…

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Theater Talk Welcomes The Book of Mormon

Theater Talk, the series devoted to the world of the stage, is co-hosted by Michael Riedel, Broadway columnist for the New York Post and series producer Susan Haskins.

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Gwyneth Paltrow to Sing with Matthew Morrison on Upcoming Solo Album

According to Oh No They Didn't, Gwyneth Paltrow will duet with Broadway and GLEE star Matthew Morrison on his debut solo album, which is set for a May 10 release. Morrison shared The hardest…

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TCG/ITI-US Celebrates the 49th Annual World Theatre Day; Honors Ellen Stewart

Theatre Communications Group TCG, the national organization for theatre, which also houses the US Center of the International Theatre Institute ITI-US, invites all theatres, individual artis…

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GOOD PEOPLE Extends Three Weeks Through May 29

Lynne Meadow Artistic Director and Barry Grove Executive Producer are pleased to announce that due to overwhelming demand, a second extension for Manhattan Theatre Club's world premiere of D…

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Michael Cerveris, Derrick Baskin, et al. Set for Second Stage Benefit, 4/4

Derrick Baskin, Michael Cerveris, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Harriett D. Foy, Marcy Harriell, Lisa Howard, Ebony JoAnn, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Adriane Lenox, Sarah Saltzberg, Sherie Rene Scott, and…

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Natalie Caesy Joins West End's LEGALLY BLONDE as Paulette

From 26 April 2011 Natalie Casey will join the west end cast of the Olivier award-wining Legally Blonde The Musical to play ditzy beautician Paulette Buonofont. She joins Susan McFadden as E…

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STAGE TUBE: PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE Creatives Talk Shop

The Roundabout Theatre Company's new Broadway musical, THE PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE, starring two time Tony Award-winner Donna Murphy and directed by Leonard Foglia, features book amp lyrics by…

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Tony Awards Committee to Meet Third Time on March 30

BroadwayWorld has confirmed that the Tony Awards Administration Committee is set to meet for the third time this season on March 31.

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Mario Lopez Denies Tension with Former Co-star Nick Adams

Back in 2008, when PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT star Nick Adams was a part of the cast of A CHORUS LINE, rumors circulated that tension that tension arose between him and co-star Mario Lope…

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Broadway Dreamboat Hugh Jackman Set for Two-Week Concert Run in San Francisco by Broadway.com Staff

Tony Award-winner Hugh Jackman will bring two weeks of concerts, Hugh Jackman In Performance at The Curran Theatre, to the San Francisco venue from May 3-15. He will perform his favorite mus…

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Good People, Starring Frances McDormand, Announces Second Broadway Extension by Broadway.com Staff

Manhattan Theatre Club has extended its world premiere production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People for an additional three weeks, through May 29. The play, which opened on March 3…

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Roundabout’s Anything Goes on “Good Morning America” Friday by Akass

Roundabout Theatre Company’s Anything Goes, will perform live on ABC’s “Good Morning America” between 8AM-9AM on channel 7 this Friday! Tune in to see Sutton Foster and company membe…

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MTC’s “Good People” Announces Final 3 Week Extension, “Master Class” Announces New Dates by Bbbblogger

  Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) are pleased to announce that due to overwhelming demand, a second extension for Manhattan Theatre Club’s world prem…

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Roundabout Underground’s The Dream of the Burning Boy opens tomorrow! by Bbbblogger

Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of The Dream of the Burning Boy , a new play by David West Read, directed by Evan Cabnet, officially opens tomorrow, Wednesday, March 23rd. The Drea…

Linked From BONEAU/BRYAN-BROWN at 01:00PM

TCG/ITI-US Celebrates the 49th Annual World Theater Day in Honor of Ellen Stewart

TCG/ITI-US Celebrates the 49th Annual World Theatre Day In Honor of Ellen Stewart Tony Award-winning Actor Jeffrey Wright Gives US Message Artist and Humanitarian Jessica A. Kaahwa Gives Int…

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A MOMENT WITH YOU to Benefit Second Stage Company Mon, Apr 4

Second Stage Theatre To Present A MOMENT WITH YOU A One-Night-Only Musical Evening Benefitting Second Stage Theatre Featuring Performances from the Company’s Most Memorable Musicals …

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)
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PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at New York Theatre Workshop by New York Theatre Workshop

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at New York Theatre Workshop A New Play by Rick Elice Directed by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson Rick Elice, co-w…

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Prometheus Bound on WERS 88.9fm by Amreptheatre

Prometheus Bound on WERS 88.9fm Part 2 of 4 - Gavin Creel and Uzo Aduba speak about the current production of Prometheus Bound playing at OBERON till April 2nd. From: amreptheatre Views: 13…

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Broadway's Good People Gets Final Extension, Shifting Dates of Master Class by Kenneth Jones

Good People, David Lindsay-Abaire's new play about high-school lovers reuniting in adulthood and reaching across a class divide, will get a second and final extension, now to May 29, at …

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Tony Winner Kristin Chenoweth to Co-Host "Live with Regis and Kelly" by Andrew Gans

Tony and Emmy-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth, most recently on Broadway in the revival of Promises, Promises, will co-host "Live with Regis and Kelly" later this month.

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Tony Administration Committee Sets Third Meeting Date by Andrew Gans

The Tony Awards Administration Committee will assemble for the third time during the 2010-2011 season March 31, according to a Tony spokesperson.

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PHOTO CALL: Joel Grey, Sutton Foster and Kathleen Marshall Discuss Anything Goes at TimesTalks by Matthew Blank

Tony Award winners Joel Grey, Sutton Foster and Kathleen Marshall took part in the New York Times' March 21 TimesTalks event. Director-choreographer Marshall discussed the current Rounda…

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London Cast Album of Carnival Will Get CD Release by Kenneth Jones

The Kritzerland label is releasing a limited edition CD of the original London cast album of Carnival, the circus-set, darkly romantic musical with songs by Bob Merrill.

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Cady Huffman, Burke Moses, Anthony Rapp Cast in A Doctor in Spite of Himself Musical by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winner Cady Huffman, Anthony Rapp, Burke Moses and John Schuck will be part of the new Sheldon Harnick musical A Doctor in Spite of Himself at the William Inge Festival April 13.

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Milwaukee Rep Will Stage Othello, Ten Chimneys, In the Next Room, Yellowman in 2011-12 by Kenneth Jones

Artistic director Mark Clements announced Milwaukee Repertory Theater's 2011-12 season on March 21. Two of the eleven titles are yet to be announced, but the slate includes the Midwest p…

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Death and the Powers: The Robots' Opera

Legit Reviews: Mortality, morality and science are the big subjects this technopera grapples with in former poet laureate Robert Pinsky's playful, lyrical and existential libretto.

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Glastonbury's Amy Brenneman in Solo Stage Show

 Amy Brenneman, a Glastonbury native, will present her one-person show, "Mouth Wide Open: Journey thriough Hollywood, Hospitals and Holy Hotspots" at the American Repertory Theater…

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The Expo, expertly evoked in dance

With its Winter Concert 2011, headlined by the world premiere of “The White City” — a collaboration between choreographers Melissa Thodos and Broadway’s Ann Reinking, with directing …

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The Agony and the Ecstasy: English ballet's Black Swan? | Judith Mackrell by Judith Mackrell

BBC 4's documentary about ENB has been compelling viewing, but didn't dig deep enough into the questions troubling ballet – and ballet dancersWhen a BBC TV crew moved into English National…

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Hair: The Story of the Show that Defined a Generation by Brad Hathaway

Shows, like people, have life cycles. They are conceived, brought to maturity, run (or don’t run) their course and often either die or simply fade from memory. Like people, some shows dese…

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VIDEO FLASH: Jeffrey Wright's U.S. Message for World Theatre Day

Tony Award winner Jeffrey Wright has taped the U.S. message for Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and International Theatre Institute (ITI-US to promote the 49th annual World Theatre Day to…

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John Guare Selects Shannon Murdoch's New Light Shine as Winner of the Yale Drama Series Competition

John Guare has announced that Australian playwright Shannon Murdoch has won the annual Yale Drama Series competition for New Light Shine. The play, which centers on four small-town lives li…

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David Wilson Barnes, Patch Darragh, Henry Pettigrew, Heidi Schreck Set for The Winners at Irish Rep

David Wilson Barnes, Patch Darragh, Henry Pettigrew, and Heidi Schreck will take part in a reading of Rosemary Jenkinson's The Winners, to be presented by Irish Repertory Theatre as par…

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Broadway's Good People Extends Through May 29; Master Class to Now Begin June 14

Manhattan Theatre Club has announced a second extension for David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People, at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Daniel Sullivan has directed the production, which wil…

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Elton John, Helen Mirren to Host April Episodes of NBC's Saturday Night Live

Tony Award winner Sir Elton John will host NBC's Saturday Night Live on April 2, according to published reports. He will also appear as the show's musical guest along with Leon Rus…

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Michael Cerveris, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Adriane Lenox, Sherie Rene Scott, et al. Set for Second Stage's A Moment with You Benefit

Derrick Baskin, Michael Cerveris, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Harriett D. Foy, Marcy Harriell, Lisa Howard, Ebony JoAnn, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Adriane Lenox, Sarah Saltzberg, Sherie Rene Scott, and…

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Christine Pedi to Host 25th Annual MAC Awards on May 10

Christine Pedi will host the 25th Annual MAC Awards, honoring the best of cabaret, comedy, and jazz, to be held at 7:30pm on Tuesday, May 10 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill. The event …

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Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane, et al. Join Cast of JACK THE GIANT KILLER Film

According to the Hollywood Reporter, stage veterans Nicholas Hoult, John Kassir, Ewan McGregor, Ian McShane, Bill Nighy, and Stanley Tucci are on board for New LineLegendary's 'Jack the Gia…

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. SONDHEIM: BWW Reviews the DVD of EVENING PRIMROSE

Is Stephen Sondheim's birthday over yet The truth of the matter is ... We hope not. It's been an amazing year of tributes, appearances, honors, galas, productions, concerts, interviews, disc…

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Cherry Jones, Hank Azaria, Kathryn Hahn Join NBC' Pilots

According to Deadline.com, Broadway vetereans Cherry Jones, Hank Azaria, and Kathryn Hahn will all join the cast of NBC pilots. Azaria and Hahn will co-star as PR executives in the romantic …

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2011 MAC Awards Held 5/10; Nominees Announced 3/30

The Manhattan Association of Cabarets amp Clubs has announced that THE 25th ANNUAL MAC AWARDS SHOW will be held on Tuesday, May 10th at 730 PM at B.B. King Blues Club amp Grill. The nominees…

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American Theatre Wing Accepting Applicants for National Grants Through 5/1

The American Theatre Wing Theodore S. Chapin, Chairman, Board of Trustees Howard Sherman, Executive Director today announced that the organization is now accepting applications for the 2011 …

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A Galloping First Look at Lincoln Center Theater's Epic War Horse by Broadway.com Staff

Three years after winning rapturous reviews in its still-running London premiere production, War Horse has made it to New York, thanks to Lincoln Center Theater. The epic tale of a boy&rsquo…

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Mario Lopez Addresses Muscle-Fueled Feud With Priscilla's Nick Adams by Broadway.com Staff

A Chorus Line veteran and Extra co-host Mario Lopez has finally addressed the rumored tiff with Nick Adams, his former Broadway co-star and now lead player in Priscilla Queen of the Desert. …

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Broadway Vet Jonathan Cake Joins ABC Drama Desperate Housewives by Broadway.com Staff

British-born stage star Jonathan Cake has secured a spot on the hit ABC series Desperate Housewives, according to Deadline.com. He will play Aaron, the new squeeze of Bree Van De Kamp (Marci…

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TCG/ITI-US Celebrates the 49th Annual World Theatre Day In Honor of Ellen Stewart by Bbbblogger

  World Theatre Day 2011 from Theatre Communications Group on Vimeo. Tony Award-winning Actor Jeffrey Wright Gives US Message Artist and Humanitarian Jessica A. Kaahwa Gives International M…

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Hey, big business can learn from us too, you know! by Ken Davenport

I preach pretty much daily about how Broadway and the Arts could afford to take many a cue from the big business world. Well, I forget sometimes that we've got a lot to offer too, and our re…

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Michael Cusumano (Mr. Chicago) Winner of THE BROADWAY BEAUTY PAGEANT

MICHAEL CUSUMANO (Mr. Chicago) WINNER OF “The BROADWAY BEAUTY PAGEANT”   The Broadway Beauty Pageant crowned Michael Cusumano (Mr. Chicago) the winner last evening, Monday, Mar…

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American Theatre Wing Now Accepting Applications for 2011 National Theater Company Grants

AMERICAN THEATRE WING NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2011 NATIONAL THEATER COMPANY GRANTS New York, NY – The American Theatre Wing (Theodore S. Chapin, Chairman, Board of Trustees; Howard…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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The NEW MTI Broadway Junior Collection ShowKit | Presented by iTheatrics by Mtishows

The NEW MTI Broadway Junior Collection ShowKit | Presented by iTheatrics THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF FLAT STANLEY JR. is the first Junior title to use our new and improved ShowKit. MTI and i…

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PRISCILLA on Broadway: Say a Little Prayer by Priscillaonbroadway

PRISCILLA on Broadway: Say a Little Prayer The moment I wake up, before I put on my makeup... PRISCILLA is now on Broadway! For more information on PRISCILLA, please visit http://www.prisc…

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Paper Mill Playhouse Announces its 2011 - 2012 Season by Paper Mill Playhouse

Paper Mill Playhouse Announces its 2011 - 2012 Season At a press conference in February 2011, Paper Mill Playhouse announces it 2011-2012 season with special guest Alan Menken. From: PaperM…

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Kin – Review by Matthew Murray

Who says you can't pick your family? The ten characters in Bathsheba Doran's marvelous new play Kin, which just opened at Playwrights Horizons, prove that everyone does exactly that.

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Just Say Yes to Marriage of Music and Words by Zachary Woolfe

The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players presented the one-act “Trial by Jury” and “G&S à la Carte” Sunday night at Symphony Space.

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Theater Review: Sumptuous Nyuk-Nyuks at BAM’s Comedy of Errors by Scott Brown

The Propeller troupe's version of Shakespeare's original one-crazy-weekend play is a boys' night out that just won't quit.

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"South Park" creators hit Broadway with Mormon musical

NEW YORK (Reuters) - It's sprinkled with jokes about Mormons discriminating against black people and repressed gay longings, but the creators of a new musical about Mormons say it won't attr…

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Cherry Jones, Hank Azaria, Kathryn Hahn Cast in TV Pilots by Thomas Peter

Tony and Emmy Award winner Cherry Jones and veteran stage and screen actors Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn have been cast in pilots for the upcoming TV season, according to deadline.com.

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Cast Set for BAM Debut of Donmar's King Lear With Derek Jacobi by Adam Hetrick

The complete original London cast of the Donmar Warehouse production of King Lear, starring Olivier Award winner Derek Jacobi, will reunite for the Brooklyn Academy of Music engagement later…

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Are More Creative Team Changes Afoot at Spider-Man? by Andrew Gans

In the ongoing saga that is Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, the latest installment may see choreographer Daniel Ezralow replaced now that Julie Taymor is no longer handling the day-to-day dire…

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Frank Ballard's Puppetry Work at Two UConn Exhibits

The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry will be presenting two exhibits dedicated to its namesake and founder, Frank Ballard, The opening will be held Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the cen…

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ArtsBeat: Actor Is Injured in Irish Production of 'Hamlet' by Dave Itzkoff

Conor Madden, who is portraying the melancholy Danish prince in a production in Cork, Ireland, was wounded beneath his eye during a sword fight on Monday.

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Actor Is Injured in Irish Production of 'Hamlet' by Dave Itzkoff

Conor Madden, who is portraying the melancholy Danish prince in a production in Cork, Ireland, was wounded beneath his eye during a sword fight on Monday.

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Theatre Exile Announces Casting for Noah Haidle's Saturn Returns

Theatre Exile has announced the cast for its upcoming production of Noah Haidle's Saturn Returns, which will run April 28 - May 22 at Christ Church Neighborhood House. Theater Exile&ap…

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Julie Reiber to Release Debut CD Love Travels in November

Julie Reiber will release her debut album Love Travels in November. James Sampliner will serve as arranger/orchestrator for the project. The disc will include a variety of music, including…

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Gwyneth Paltrow to Join Matthew Morrison on Debut CD

Oscar winner and Glee guest star Gwyneth Paltrow will join Broadway veteran Matthew Morrison for a cover of "Over the Rainbow" on his new CD, which is now scheduled for a May rele…

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Cady Huffman, Burke Moses, Anthony Rapp, et al. Set for A Doctor in Spite of Himself at Inge Festival

Casting has been announced for the concert reading of Sheldon Harnick's musical adaptation of Moliere's A Doctor in Spite of Himself, to be offered at the 30th annual William Inge …

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PHOTO FLASH: David Mixner, Wanda Sykes, Michael Urie, et al. Attend GAYFEST's Spring at Last!

On Monday, March 21, GAYFEST's gala, Spring at Last!, was held at the Loews Regency Hotel. Proceeds from the event benefited the students of Harvey Milk High School. The event, feature…

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Between Worlds Star Siudy Starts Flamenco Flash Mob in Times Square by Thomas Peter

Choreographer-performer Siudy and the cast of the “flamenco fantasia” she co-created, Between Worlds, recently gave the Times Square crowds a taste of their new dance show, flash…

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BWW TV: Broadway Beat Meets Turner and Company of HIGH!

Matthew Lombardo's new play HIGH, directed by Rob Ruggiero, stars two-time Golden Globe winner, Academy Award amp Tony Award nominee Kathleen Turner as Sister Jamison Connelly. Previews begi…

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Photo Coverage: Sykes, Urie & More at GAYFest!

Bruce Robert Harris and Jack W. Batman, producers of GAYFEST NYC, Inc., the country's premier arts organization devoted to the discovery, development and production of new LGBT-themed presen…

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Jonathan Cake to Guest Star on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES

Accordingto report by Deadline.com, stage veteran Jonathan Cake is set to guest star on 'Desperate Housewives' this season. Cake will will star as a detective, Aaron, who visits Wisteria Lan…

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STAGE TUBE: New Documentary Goes Behind BROADWAY BARES

Headed by Daniel Robinson, Alex Rolecek, and Steven Cutts, BARED is a new documentary that goes behind the scenes of the ever popular Broadway Bares event. Currently seeking financial assist…

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STAGE TUBE: First Promo for NBC's THE VOICE!

The very first promo has been released for NBC's new singing competition, 'The Voice.' Take a sneak peek at the new show below

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Hottest Articles on BWW 3/15/2011 - 3/22/2011

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com 3152011 - 3222011.

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Two-Time Tony Winner Cherry Jones Cast in NBC Pilot REM by Broadway.com Staff

Two-time Tony Award winner Cherry Jones has been cast in REM, an NBC-TV pilot described as an Inception-like thriller, according to Deadline.com. Jones will play Dr. Stephanie Evans, a thera…

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Streisand's 'Gypsy' Turn May Be ON Again

Barbra Streisand © Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Keep your money on the table -- it seems all bets are not off for the re-make of the Broadway classic musical Gypsy supposedly starring Bar…

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USA Today calls Arcadia “a thrilling and fulfilling theatergoing experience” by Emeagher

  http://www.usatoday.com/life/theater/reviews/2011-03-21-arcadia21_ST_N.htm?loc=interstitialskip March 21, 2011 By Elysa Gardner In the fluid ‘Arcadia,’ joy is constant The first perso…

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The Public Theater Announces Post-Show Discussions for Mona Mansour's URGE FOR GOING

The Public Theater Announces Post-Show Discussions For Mona Mansour’s URGE FOR GOING  Public LAB Speaker Series To Follow Evening Performances on Tuesday, April 5 and Tuesday…

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Tony Kushner's THE INTELLIGENT HOMOSEXUALS GUIDE... Postpones First Preview by One Day

FIRST PREVIEW POSTPONED FOR TONY KUSHNER’S THE INTELLIGENT HOMOSEXUAL’S GUIDE TO CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM WITH A KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES The first preview of Tony Kushner’s THE INTEL…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Melba Moore Will Make Cafe Carlyle Debut with Forever Moore by Andrew Gans

Tony Award winner Melba Moore, who was most recently on Broadway as the ill-fated Fantine in the original production of Les Misérables, will make her Cafe Carlyle debut next month.

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Chicago's Michael Cusumano Named Winner of Broadway Beauty Pageant by Andrew Gans

Michael Cusumano (Mr. Chicago) was named the winner of the fifth annual all-male Broadway Beauty Pageant, which was presented March 21 at Peter Norton Symphony Space.

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Legrand's Umbrellas of Cherbourg Opens at London's Gielgud March 22 by Mark Shenton

The Kneehigh production of The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Michel Legrand's musical version of Jacques Demy's film of the same name, officially opens at the West End's Gielgud Theatr…

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Hampstead Theatre Plans World Premieres by Nicholas Wright and Richard Nelson by Mark Shenton

Edward Hall, artistic director of London's Hampstead Theatre, has announced his next season at the helm of the theatre, which will include three world premieres of plays by Steve Thompso…

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The 3 Rascals by Rosalind Lacy

The full moon appeared the biggest and brightest in 20 years last weekend when The 3 Rascals (A3vidos) performed at Teatro de la Luna. The moon in its orbit arriving at its closest point to …

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Stephen Colbert Exposes Himself to Art (the Appropriate Way) by Dave Itzkoff

The "Colbert Report" host pays a visit to the Phillips de Pury & Company gallery to visit his portrait and subject the auction house chairman Simon de Pury to a tongue-in-cheek grilling.

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Joseph Bologna, Alec Mapa, Julie Newmar, Renée Taylor, et al. to Present at Hollywood's Charlie Awards

An updated list of presenters has been announced for the Hollywood Arts Council's 25th Annual Charlie Awards to be held in the Blossom Room of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Friday, M…

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Steven Weber to Join Cast of NBC's Parenthood

Stage and screen star Steven Weber will guest star in the April 19 season finale of NBC's Parenthood and will likely return in the fall on a recurring basis, according to TVLine.com. T…

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Doreen Montalvo to Be Honored at Cabaret Cares Gala; Eric Michael Gillett, Ilene Kristen, et al. to Perform

Broadway veteran Doreen Montalvo will be the recipient of Help Is On The Way Today's 2011 Spirit Award, to be presented to her at the annual Cabaret Cares gala at The Laurie Beechman Th…

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Michael Cusumano, a.k.a Mr. Chicago, Wins Broadway Beauty Pageant

Michael Cusumano, a.k.a Mr. Chicago, was declared the winner of the 5th annual Broadway Beauty Pageant, held on Monday, March 21 at Symphony Space. The show was conceived by Jeffery Self, di…

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Melba Moore to Play Cafe Carlyle in April

Tony Award winner Melba Moore will offer a two week engagement of her new show, Forever Moore at Café Carlyle, April 26 - May 7. Levi Barcourt will serve as music director. The …

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Richard Eyre, Edward Hall, Katie Mitchell, Richard Nelson, et al. Set for Hampstead Theatre's Autumn/Winter Season

Hampstead Theatre has announced its schedule for its autumn/winter season, which will be comprised of four premieres, according to a report on Whatsonstage.com. The schedule begins with Ste…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Montparnasse: Bohemian Paris and nude models

Maev Beaty and Erin Shields reunite in another groundbreaking piece of theatre.

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“MASTER HAROLD”… and the boys by Tim Treanor

Anyone can see the effect of oppression upon the oppressed, but what effect does it have on the oppressor? The gift that Athol Fugard gives us in “MASTER HAROLD”…and the boys, …

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Michael Feinstein, Wynton Marsalis, Esperanza Spalding, et al. Set for Newport Jazz Festival

Michael Feinstein, Wynton Marsalis, and Esperanza Spalding will be among the performers at the 2011 Newport Jazz Festival, which is set for August 5-7. Additional performers will include An…

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Photo Coverage: PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT - Gypsy Robe Ceremony!

Following smash hit productions in Australia, London and Toronto, PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT THE MUSICAL began previews on Broadway on February 28 and opened on Sunday night, March 20, 20…

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Photo Coverage: Broadway Beauty Pageant 2011!

The Broadway Beauty Pageant crowned Michael Cusumano Mr. Chicago the winner last evening, Monday, March 21st, 2011 at 800 PM, at the benefit for The Ali Forney Center, NYC's primary housing …

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Photo Coverage: TimesTalks Conversation with Sutton Foster, Joel Grey & Kathleen Marshall

On March 21, Tony Award winners Sutton Foster and Joel Grey sat down with directorchoreographer Kathleen Marshall and the New York Times to discuss the new Roundabout Theatre production of C…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Regional theatre should take more risks | Lyn Gardner by Lyn Gardner

Programming Barrie, Coward or Du Maurier is understandable when times are tough. But if regional theatre wants to safeguard its future, it must look beyond plays of the pastA couple of years…

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Michael Cusumano Wins Broadway Beauty Pageant

The Broadway Beauty Pageant crowned Michael Cusumano Mr. Chicago the winner last evening, Monday, March 21st, 2011 at 800 PM, at the benefit for The Ali Forney Center, NYC's primary housing …

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Academics in 'Arcadia'

Legit News: Show opens at the Ethel Barrymore Theater -- Tom Stoppard's brainy comedy "Arcadia" opened Thursday at the Ethel Barrymore Theater, and New York's theater set braved Times Square…

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Broadway blooms over spring break

Legit News: Tourists and families boost box office -- It's spring break at schools around the country, which means Broadway box office is decidedly in session.

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Jackman set for San Francisco concerts

Legit News: Event likely to pique Broadway producers' interest -- Hugh Jackman has booked a two-week concert gig at San Francisco's Curran Theater, where he'll perform songs from Broadway an…

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'Memphis,' 'War Horse' get education grants

Legit News: Broadway League coin supports programs for student audiences -- The Broadway League has awarded New York education grants to last year's Tony winner "Memphis" and to "War Horse,"…

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A war veteran, caught in his own inferno by Terry Byrne, Globe Correspondent

“9 Circles’’ is full of contradictions, the kind that keep an audience leaning forward, drawn irresistibly into the swirling drama. In the riveting Publick Theatre producti…

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Adaptation reduces ‘Iliad’ in size, not strength by Terry Byrne, Globe Correspondent

SOMERVILLE — The Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s breathtaking production of “Living in Exile’’ is powered by simple, elegant staging that evokes vivid sceni…

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Upcoming College Shows for New York - 3/22

Upcoming College Shows - 322 for New York

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Meet the Cast of JERUSALEM Day 7: Geraldine Hughes

BroadwayWorld presents the cast of the Royal Court Theatre's JERUSALEM on Broadway Today we feature Geraldine Hughes, who stars as Dawn. Learn all about her here...

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Yakov Kreizberg, 1959-2011 by Bob Kosovsky, Library For The Performing Arts, Music Division

It can be a strange thing when professional life intersects with the personal in the form of archival documents. For the past week, the music world has been mourning the death of conductor Y…

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Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky lands in Toronto

The Russian-born artist, a former dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, talks to The Globe about his work, including Russian Seasons, being mounted this week by the National Ballet of Canada

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Priscilla gets a B+ in NYC - though certain critics just don't like fun

A Canadian critic gives perhaps the most negative review of a Canadian production of the Australian drag classic

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A leisurely, enjoyable Time of Your Life

Soulpepper restages William Saroyan’s prize-winning play, showing the work’s strengths and weaknesses

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Quaid’s ‘Star Whackers’ song makes world debut in Vancouver

Quaid told the audience his compositions were inspired by his much-publicized troubles

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Spin: An ode to two-wheeling in time for spring

Spin makes something beautiful out of ‘taking your life into your own hands’

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Director of Bolshoi ballet quits in erotic photos scandal

Some suspect Gennady Yanin forced out of famed Russian troupe by colleagues’ dirty trick

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Judith Jamison: ‘Everyone felt Mr. Ailey was choreographing for them’

Dance legend Judith Jamison talks about what it’s been like being part of a brilliant American dance troupe

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A broad and disturbing interpretation of Lucretius’s 'Nature'

Spotlight Italy brings Florence-based Compagnia Virgilio Sieni to Canadian Stage

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CanStage's 'Nunzio' could use a little more spice

There’s convincing chemistry between the actors, but not enough heat

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You can say this about Danny Boyle's "Frankenstein": It’s alive!

The monster outplays his maker in Danny Boyle’s London staging of the Mary Shelley classic

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Sudha Khandwani: ‘I wanted to show the magnificent evolution of Indian dance’

At 78, the dancer/teacher/producer launches her 11th dance festival

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Tarragon Theatre unveils next season’s line-up

Playbill will feature Broadway sex comedy, French-Canadian drama and Jamaican-Canadian dub poet d’bi.young.anitafrika

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‘Dixie’s Tupperware’ parties onstage like it’s 1959 -- in drag

Dixie Longate is having a good old time selling Tupperware. Now you might think that’s a nostalgic blast from the past, but Longate, actor Kris Andersson’s drag persona, has made a caree…

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‘The White City’ recalls Chicago’s World’s Fair with macabre story

With the possible exception of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, few events in the history of this city have shaped its destiny in so many profound ways as the Columbian Exposition of 1893. Th…

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‘Merry Widow’ revels in Old World opulence

The Joffrey Ballet’s grand and glorious production of “The Merry Widow,” the full-length ballet by British choreographer Ronald Hynd now in a lavish company premiere at the Auditorium …

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Paramount Theatre announces Corti’s first-season lineup

The Paramount Theatre, the historic venue in downtown Aurora that is instituting its first full Broadway subscription series, has announced three of the four Equity-cast musicals it will sel…

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Charlie Sheen adds 12 more tour dates

LOS ANGELES — Charlie Sheen’s “Violent Torpedo of Truth” is growing. Sheen is adding a dozen more dates to his live show, which is now set to stretch into Canada and continue through…

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Donny & Marie Christmas show set for Chicago

Expect a little bit country and a little bit rock ‘n’ roll this holiday season when “Donny and Marie — Christmas in Chicago” settles in for a three-week engagement Dec. 6-Dec. 24 a…

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Scotland’s ‘Black Watch’ a blistering chronicle of Iraq war

It usually takes a good number of years after the close of a war before plays, films and novels suggesting what it was like to be caught up in the conflict begin to emerge. But the war in Ir…

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Chicago history in the spotlight for Lookingglass Theatre

History, both Chicago-focused and beyond, will be the name of the game during Lookingglass Theatre’s 2011-2012 season as three productions take a closer look at the Great Chicago Fire, the…

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‘Mary’ is an insult to theatergoers, cast

Maybe Thomas Bradshaw’s world premiere play “Mary,” which was commissioned by the Goodman Theatre and received its world premiere on the Owen stage there Monday, is meant to be a compl…

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Superb ‘Working’ explores what we do, who we are

‘So what do you do?” As we are reminded in “Working,” the musical inspired by Studs Terkel’s revealing 1974 book of oral history — now at the Broadway Playhouse in a winningly re…

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‘Love, Loss’ to be found at Water Tower

“Love, Loss and What I Wore” — a popular Off-Broadway performance piece made up of monologues and vignettes about prom dresses, handbags, bra buying and the fashion statement that is i…

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A positive happening for print show by Cate McQuaid, Globe Correspondent

FRAMINGHAM — In the commercial art world, printmakers can get short shrift. They typically make works on paper, often in multiples. The value of a fine-art print is lower than that of …

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Union Seeks 'Spidey' Data

With contract talks stalled between Julie Taymor and producers of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," the union that represents the director submitted a formal request for documentation concern…

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Queens deserve a long reign on Broadway

NEW YORK - An impossibly ripped performer named Nick Adams is actually able to act with his teeth. He sports great choppers, and you can tell just what his character is feeling by how much A…

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A Japanese theater performance remembers the devastation back home

Philadelphia turned out Monday for the Kashu-juku Noh Theater at the Kimmel Center's Perelman Theater, in a one-night run that was virtually sold out 10 days ago, and that inevitably became …

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Noh theater troupe draws a caring crowd

Philadelphia turned out Monday for the Kashu-juku Noh Theater at the Kimmel Center's Perelman Theater, in a one-night run that was virtually sold out 10 days ago, and that inevitably became …

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Anna Deavere Smith's new play, 'Let Me Down Easy,' explores illness & recovery

ANNA DEAVERE Smith says that first and foremost, before she's an actress or a playwright, she is a student of expression. When it came to crafting her most recent work, "Let Me Down Eas…

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Show Showdown: Hello Again by Wendy Caster

Hello Again, Michael John LaChuisa's musicalization of Arthur Schnitzle's 1900 play La Ronde, is often glorious.

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Review: Kin at curtainup.com by Elyse Sommer

Bathsheba Doran touching and often funny new play is beautifully acted and staged. . .

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0230: Valerie Cutko Interview by MusicalTalk

Spring is here – so get one in your step too with this lovely, thoughtful and insightful conversation on the art of cabaret, singing and musical theatre in general with the talented star o…

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New 'Borderland' art exhibit makes use of Smart Space

Just as one man's trash is another's treasure, one New Yorker's empty storefront is another's gallery space. Today's example: "Borderland," a new art exhibit in the window of what used to be…

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Connect the dots: 'Kin' is roundabout romance

Bathsheba Doran's new play "Kin" is a beautifully developed portrait of how our friends and families shape who we are and even who we love.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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'Orlando' at Court Theatre: 'Orlando' is too trapped in its visual moments by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: "Orlando" ★★½ Through April 10 at Court Theatre, 5535 S. Ellis Ave.; Running time: 2 hours; Tickets: $40-$60 at 773-753-4472 or courttheatre.org Virginia Woolf's “Orla…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Ward cha-chas to a score

Sure, Hines Ward can tear up the football field. But can he churn out a cha-cha? Turns out this Super Bowl MVP's dance moves aren't too shabby. The Steelers wide receiver proved Monday night…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Inner City -- At Last! by Peter Filichia

By Peter Filichia -- How many rock musicals begin with a waltz? All right, the song that starts Inner City will never be confused with a Strauss waltz. It’s a jazz waltz, but it's i…

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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Welcomes Murray, Houdyshell, Austrian

Roundabout Theatre Company has announced that Brian Murray, Jayne Houdyshell and Jessie Austrian will join the critically acclaimed Broadway production of Oscar Wilde's comedy The Importance…

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BACKSTAGE AT THE GEFFEN to Honor Julie Andrews, 3/22

The Geffen Playhouse's Backstage at the Geffen annual fundraiser, which recognizes leadership in the theater community while raising funds for the Geffen Playhouse's education programs, will…

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Barry Manilow Set for Performance at Reprise Theatre Company, 3/22

An exclusive Los Angeles engagement featuring Barry Manilow performing some of his timeless songs as well as sharing insights and stories from his incomparable career. Proceeds from this spe…

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Another Spider-Man Casualty: Choreographer To Be Replaced

"Producers of Broadway's much- delayed $70 million Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark are in talks to replace its high-profile choreographer, Daniel Ezralow … Ezralow is likely to be replace…

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Tryst or treat: 'Hello' not really a turn-on by Elisabeth Vincentelli

There's such a thing as too close for comfort -- espe cially when you're sitting inches away from thrusting buttocks. And there's a lot of pelvic action in Michael John LaChiusa's "Hello …

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Relatively wonderful by Frank Scheck

There aren't many plays that can simul taneously pull off rau cous comedy, poignant emotion -- and the most memorable encounter with a bear since "The Winter's Tale." But "Kin," which ope…

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PLAYBILL.COM'S CUE & A: Book of Mormon Star Josh Gad by Matthew Blank

Josh Gad, currently starring as Elder Cunningham in Broadway's The Book of Mormon, fills out Playbill.com's questionnaire with random facts, backstage trivia and pop-culture tidbits.

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Tea Time! Jessie Austrian, Jayne Houdyshell and Brian Murray Join Broadway's Earnest March 22 by Kenneth Jones

The cast of Broadway's extended production of The Importance of Being Earnest welcomes Brian Murray, Jayne Houdyshell and Jessie Austrian to the American Airlines Theatre on March 22.

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Double Falsehood, Inspired by Lost Shakespeare Play, Resurfaces in NYC, Opening March 22 by Kenneth Jones

Double Falsehood, Lewis Theobald's 18th-century adaptation of a play by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher, get its first professional staging in 250 years, opening March 22 following…

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André De Shields Stars in World Premiere of Fact-Based Gospel According to James at Indiana Rep by Kenneth Jones

The world premiere of Charles Smith's The Gospel According to James — a drama about a race-based crime — begins March 22 at Indiana Repertory Theatre. Broadway's Andr&eac…

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Roger Rees Is Gomez in Broadway's Addams Family Starting March 22 by Kenneth Jones

Roger Rees, the Tony Award winner of The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, steps into role of Gomez in Broadway's The Addams Family on March 22.

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Benefactors, With Daniel Jenkins, Vivienne Benesch, Arrives Off-Broadway March 22 by Adam Hetrick

The Keen Company's 25th anniversary production of Michael Frayn's Benefactors, featuring Tony Award nominee Daniel Jenkins, Vivienne Benesch, Deanne Lorette and Stephen Barker Turner…

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John Leguizamo's Ghetto Klown Opens on Broadway March 22 by Andrew Gans

Ghetto Klown, the new solo show conceived by and starring Emmy Award winner John Leguizamo, officially opens at the Lyceum Theatre March 22 following previews that began Feb. 21. Fisher Stev…

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Ken Ludwig's Fox on the Fairway, with Mary Testa, Peter Scolari, Begins George Street Run March 22 by Andrew Gans

The George Street Playhouse production of Ken Ludwig’s new farce, The Fox on the Fairway, begins performances March 22 prior to an official opening March 25.

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Following Delay, Rafta, Rafta…, Olivier-Winning Comedy About Indian Family, Begins March 22 by Kenneth Jones

Ayub Khan-Din's Rafta, Rafta…, winner of the 2008 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy for its acclaimed run at The National Theatre in London, gets a new American production startin…

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Today In Theatre History: MARCH 22 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley Ernio Hernandez

1913 Karl Malden is born in Chicago, Illinois today. He will appear in numerous Broadway productions, most memorably as Mitch in the original A Streetcar Named Desire.

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Just the music is of note by Frank Scheck

No matter how much ten der loving care's been lavished upon it, the 1951 musical "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" stubbornly refuses to bear fruit. The Peccadillo Theater Company's new revival has…

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Green Day Releases Live Album Awesome As F**k 3/22

Multi-platinum rock band Green Day will release a brand-new live album, titled Awesome As Fk, on March 22nd, 2011, on Reprise Records. The set, which includes a CD plus bonus DVD, features e…

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'Precious Little' communicates much from heart

There's precious little that's precious or little about "Precious Little," Madeleine George's taut recent play now at City Theatre -- that is, "precious" in the slang sense of overly delicat…

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RSC: How Stratford Got Its Groove Back

"Vibrant, sexy and ensconced in a swish new home, as it reaches its 50th year the Royal Shakespeare Company is buzzing. But just a while ago, it looked doomed."...

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Happy Birthday, Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber (Video) by Thomas Peter

To celebrate the joint birthdays of two major musical theatre composers, Stephen Sondheim (81) and Andrew Lloyd Webber (63), Playbill.com offers a sampling of some of their most memorable cr…

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