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In a chatty and candid new memoir, Barbra Streisand talks about her early determination to be famous and tallies the hurdles and helpers she met along the way.
This time the celebrated novelist spins the cozy tale of a former actress, her three daughters and their rueful memories. There’s a cherry orchard, too.
Playing Blanche DuBois is shattering, say the actresses featured in Nancy Schoenberger’s “Blanche.” But Tennessee Williams’s most indelible character is now a figure of sympathy.
In “Who Does That Bitch Think She Is?” Craig Seligman resurrects the life and fabulousness of a drag queen who flourished in AIDS-era San Francisco.
In his name-dropping novel “Up With the Sun,” Thomas Mallon fictionalizes the minor career and tabloid murder of the Broadway actor Dick Kallman.
Writing now as V, the creator of “The Vagina Monologues” tackles racism, colonialism and sexual violence in a raw and free-associative collection.
“Teller of the Unexpected,” an elegant new biography, sidesteps the ugly side of the children’s book author while capturing his grandiose, tragedy-specked life.
Joanna Quinn’s “The Whalebone Theatre” breathlessly follows a trio of British youngsters from frolics on the beach to service and spycraft.
In “Putting the Rabbit in the Hat,” the actor currently thriving as Logan Roy in “Succession” recounts his Scottish upbringing, his years in the theater and his experiences in Hollyw…
The comedy legend responsible for “The Producers,” “Blazing Saddles” and “Young Frankenstein” has written a memoir with the cheer and zip of a one-liner.
Barneys is closing. Nordstrom is streamlining. And the hometown holiday window may be entering its final act.
The legendary stage actress’s character was shaped as much by the roles she lost as those she won. These are some of the ones that got away.
Marianne Elliott has reset the new London production to the modern day, with the notorious bachelor Bobby now a commitment-shy Bobbie.
They play the rival cosmetics titans Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden in the new musical “War Paint.”
Newly married at 60, the actor who knows how to deliver a one-liner throws himself into a fast-talking comedy. But there are darker roles ahead.
This downtown performer is hellbent on making us look at the hidden history of our favorite songs. In platform heels. For 24 hours.
Joel Grey’s memoir recounts his conflicts and struggles.
Ms. Hudgens discusses her resolve to succeed on Broadway as producers prepare a new production of “Gigi” for a millennial audience.
Ms. Duncan sees herself as an actress “who’s been in pretty decent stuff for a long, long time.”
Bradley Cooper is set to play the title role in a Broadway revival of “The Elephant Man,” a character he has identified with since he saw a movie version at 12.