Friday, June 4, 2010 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Awesomeness by Donald

A bit of NEWSIES choreo set to "Bad Romance".  This essentially reminds me that Kenny Ortega is the man and that the IN THE HEIGHTS movie could be kick-ass.  And also that I am gaa…

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Friday, June 4, 2010 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Interview with Simon Bailey - part one by Thephantomoftheopera

Interview with Simon Bailey - part one presents our latest interview. We catch up with Simon Bailey, who plays Raoul in the London production of The Pha…

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Friday, June 4, 2010 at 9am (Broadway Time)

more FLORA by Donald

Here is a clip from a 1997 Kander/Ebb documentary about the creation of FLORA.  It is most notable for featuring clips of Liza singing "All I Need is One Big Break" and "Sing Happy" via…

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Friday, June 4, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Doug Sills Gets the Hook, by Michael Portantiere

The star of The Scarlet Pimpernel plays an iconic villain in the Paper Mill Playhouse production of Peter Pan.

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Interactive Feature: The Sounds of a Script

A look at the four Tony nominees for best sound design of a play.

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Dancing Their Way to a Tony Nomination By ALASTAIR MACAULAY

A tour of the four shows nominated for best-choreography Tony Awards, and a few other dance performances tossed in as well.

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Katie Finneran, Scene Stealer By JOANNE KAUFMAN

Actress Katie Finneran latest heist, in Broadway's "Promises, Promises," just may bag her a second Tony Award later this month.

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Viola Davis Pulls At Heartstrings

Tony Award Winning Actress Gives Her Take On Her New, Steamy Broadway Role

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Former Riverside Theatre director up for Tony Award on June 13 By Peter Pringle

Director and choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge went to Broadway to make art with her revival of "Ragtime."

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Video: Hey Jude Law!

The acclaimed actor reflects on his Tony Award-nominated turn playing the title role of William Shakespeare's Hamlet on Broadway.

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The blushing Broadway boy from Parkdale

If you want to know what kind of a guy Kyle Riabko is, here's a story that says it all.

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Brent Carver: All the world's a stage

The veteran player opens up about his long journey from Cranbrook to Broadway

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This Wide Night: Chemistry bonds very different actors By Richard Ouzounian

Chemistry between Edie Falco, Alison Pill makes This Wide Night a powerful experience

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Silence that speaks volumes in the theatre by Lyn Gardner

We talk about Pinteresque pause and the moment before the applause hits - but what about the silence that stills everything in the middle of a show?

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Puppets on Merry-Go-Rounds By MARK BLANKENSHIP

Behind the frisky puppetry of "Stuffed and Unstrung"

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Summer Shakespeare, Outside and Urban By STEVEN McELROY

Like heat advisories and smelly subway stations, Shakespeare among the elements is intrinsic to summer in the city.

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Charles Randolph-Wright on directing Sophisticated Ladies By Joel Markowitz

Charles Randolph-Wright on directing Arena Stage's mega-hit Sophisticated Ladies, and working with the legendary Maurice Hines - who is starring and choreographing the production.

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Play tackles music, morality By Joel Brown

"Mengelberg & Mahler" at Shakespeare & Company is a dark play, but the production has a happy story behind it.

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Small but mighty BY HEDY WEISS

Storefront theaters making a big splash in Chicago

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Ventriloquist Jay Johnson brings odd act to Laguna By PAUL HODGINS

Tony-winning "The Two and Only" plays limited engagement at playhouse.

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Tony-winning LI teen has a new role By STEVE PARKS

At 15, Trent Kowalik already knows what he wants to do "when he grows up."

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Kevin or out? by Michael Riedel

Kevin Kline, who could have been the finest stage actor of his generation had he bothered to work more, is suddenly on the prowl for new plays.

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Is There More Life for Two Off-Broadway Musicals? By PATRICK HEALY

Commercial producers have expressed interest in extending the lives of two generally well-received Off Broadway musicals, "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" and "The Kid."

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Disney's going Back to the Future with Winnie the Pooh by Jim Hill

Another new aspect of this WDAS production will be "Winnie the Pooh" 's songs. Which - this time around - will not be written by Academy Award-winners Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman. But - r…

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Donald Windham, Novelist and Memoirist, Dies at 89 By WILLIAM GRIMES

Mr. Windham left vivid pictures of literary life in New York, both fictional and factual, when he was an intimate of Tennessee Williams.

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Leonard, Irwin, Murphy, Butz get 'Higher'

Film News : Farmiga-helmed pic now shooting in New York

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Theater Listings: June 4 - 10

Selective listings from theater critics of The New York Times.

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