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Wednesday, March 24, 2021

'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf' Actor George Segal Dead At 87 by Vanessa Romo

The Oscar-nominated actor, who recently wrapped up an eighth season on the ABC show The Goldbergs, died on Tuesday morning of complications from bypass surgery, his wife, Sonia, said in a st…

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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Actress, Dancer, Choreographer Ann Reinking Dies At 71 by Vanessa Romo

A mainstay in Broadway musicals, her standout turn as Roxie Hart in Chicago in 1977 earned her widespread praise. She reprised the role in 1996 and won a Tony.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Whitney Houston Hologram Tour And New Album In The Works 7 Years After Her Death by Vanessa Romo

The mega-star sold tens of millions of records and had 11 No. 1 hits throughout her career. And in less than year, Houston, or at least a light-projected version of her, could be at it again.

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Monday, May 7, 2018

Kennedy Center Joins Institutions Stripping Bill Cosby Of Awards by Vanessa Romo

As the comedian awaits sentencing for a conviction for aggravated indecent assault, the prestigious arts institution rescinded its Honors award and Mark Twain humor prize.

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Monday, February 5, 2018

'Frasier' Star John Mahoney Dies at 77 by Vanessa Romo

The actor was best-known for his 11-year stint on the NBC hit, but he was a veteran of the Chicago theater scene before making his way to the New York stage.

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Julius Caesar Production Closes, But Debate Over Art And Politics Likely to Rage On by Vanessa Romo

A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar has drawn the ire of conservatives for its depiction of President Trump as the ill-fated Roman politician.

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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Julius Caesar Production Closes, But Debate Over Art And Politics Likely to Rage On by Vanessa Romo

A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar that ends Sunday has drawn the ire of conservatives for its depiction of President Trump as the ill-fated Roman politician.

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