Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)


By Peter Filichia   She was one of the most esteemed film critics of all time, but her enviable reputation didn’t stop her from getting fired.   Pauline Kael started writing for …

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Info You Can Use: Should I Make Video Ads? by Joe Patti

Thomas Cott recently drew attention to a post on Capacity Interactive encouraging people to eliminate a print ad in favor of creating a video. Erik Gensler makes many points worth considerin…

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Jungle is latest Twin Cities theater to usher in change

It named a new artistic director: Sarah Rasmussen, a nationally connected young director.

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39th Carbonell Awards Honors Excellence At Theater Prom by Bill Hirschman

Hundreds of theater professionals and fans gathered Monday night in tuxes and gowns at theater prom better known as The 39th Carbonell Awards on Monday night.

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'Family Summer Series' is returning to movie screens

Want to do something cheap and fun with the kids this summer? How about a movie?

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Max & Louie's fifth season takes off

A period play and a new show pair up.

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Raconteur-conductors Robertson and Slatkin, in a joint interview

The Radio Arts Foundation has the interview.

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Nick Offerman and Judd Apatow announced for CHF by Doug George

Nick Offerman and Judd Apatow will both appear in an upcoming Chicago festival — that does not have "Laughs" or "Comedy" in its title. Instead, "Humanities." The two funnymen are spring pr…

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Tony Winner Nathan Lane Returns & T.R. Knight Begins in It’s Only a Play on Broadway by Broadway.com

Nathan Lane is back and T.R. Knight starts in It’s Only a Play on March 31, taking over from Martin Short as James Wicker and Maulik Pancholy as Frank Finger, respectively. B…

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Reminder: Nominations for TONY AWARDS' Excellence in Theatre Education Award Due Today by BroadwayWorld

The Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University are looking for the teachers who create the next generation of theatre artists.

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InDepth InterView: Morgan James Talks HUNTER, NYC Concert, Viral Videos, European Tour, Dream Roles & Theatre Background by Pat Cerasaro

Today we are talking to one of the biggest stars to break out of Broadway and make a major mark on the music scene in recent years thanks to her hit album HUNTER and an ever-expanding series…

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VIDEO: Susan Sarandon and More Star in AOL's CONNECTED, Beginning Today by TV News Desk

AOL Originals will launch their new digital series, CONNECTED, today, March 31. Click below to watch the trailer, featuring stage vet Susan Sarandon and more

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Next Up for Disney: A Live-Action “Mulan” Film by Robert Viagas

As Disney's live-action adaptation of "Cinderella" continues to rack up huge grosses at the cinema boxoffice, recently surpassing the $325 million mark, the company, which…

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Interviews: 7 Questions With Sutton Foster About Her Younger Days

The Tony-winning star of TV Land's new series talks love, loss, and what she wore…in her twenties.

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Original Star of Broadway’s Grease Swings Into National Tour of Pippin Tonight by Michael Gioia

Adrienne Barbeau, the Tony Award-nominated original Rizzo of Broadway's Grease, swings into the national tour of Pippin beginning March 31 in Ft. Lauderdale.

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Sutton Foster Tries to Pass for “Younger” in New TV Series, Premiering Tonight by Michael Gioia, Carey Purcell

TV Land's "Younger," starring two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar and Miriam Shor, premieres March 31. The single-camera comedy is written…

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Possessed Cars, Killer Clowns and More: 6 Stephen King Books That Should Be Musicals by Talaura Harms

By now we’ve all heard that Misery is being adapted for the Broadway stage. Is it a musical? No. Should it be? Yes. By all means, yes.

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Playbill Vault’s Today In Theatre History: March 31 by David Gewirtzman and Robert Viagas, Anne Bradley and Ernio Hernandez

1922 Birthday of actor Richard Kiley (1922-1999), who will create memorable roles in mid-20th century musicals, including Kismet, Redhead, No Strings and his signature role, the titl…

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Nathan Lane Returns to Broadway’s It’s Only a Play Tonight; T.R. Knight Joins Cast, Too by Michael Gioia

Emmy Award-nominated actor T.R. Knight, known for his television work on "Grey's Anatomy," joins the cast of Broadway's It's Only a Play in the role of Frank Finger…

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RSC’s Production of Tom Morton-Smith’s Oppenheimer Transfers to West End, Opening Tonight by Mark Shenton

Tom Morton-Smith's Oppenheimer, which tells the story of "the father of the atomic bomb" J. Robert Oppenheimer, transfers to the West End's Vaudeville Theatre, official…

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American in Paris Star Robert Fairchild On the Inspiration Behind His Dancing and the French Pastry by Carey Purcell

Robert Fairchild, who is making his Broadway debut in the romantic new musical An American in Paris, shares why he wants to do more than tell "just another love story."

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