Friday, December 10, 2010 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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RIALTO CHATTER: NEWSIES Heading to Paper Mill Playhouse?

Multiple online reports are now stating that the NEWSIES readings went very well this week and that next up for the Disney show will be a full production at Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn,…

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THEATER: Emancipatory Politics by Aaron Riccio

So imagine that you're hanging with fifteen graduate-school buddies, a philosophical yet fun-loving bunch. It's three in the morning: you've got a second wind on your buzz, and everything …

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Gavin Creel Holds Master Class in Ft. Lauderdale, 1/21-22

Multi-talented and two-time Tony-nominated actor Gavin Creel is sharing his experience of 14 years on stage with local students at the Broward Center during two, three-hour, master classes.

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Esparza Joins NYC Christmas at Joe's Pub

On December 20, Tony nominee Raul Esparza will join previously announced Orfeh, Andy Karl, Chester Gregory, and many more for Joe's Pub's New York City Christmas Benefit.

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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A dozen female senators show up for Second City. Can you name them? by Chris Jones

Second City Theatricals opened its revue "A Girl's Guide to Washington Politics" at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D. C. on Thursday night. It's part of the Chicago-based Second C…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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STAGE TUBE: Stritch & Alda on 30 ROCK!

On last night's 30 Rock, Broadway's Elaine Strich and Alan Alda guest starred as Jack's Alec Baldwin feuding mom and dad. Click below to watch the episode

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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STAGE TUBE: Radcliffe Talks Trevor Project

Daniel Radcliffe recently sat down with Social Vibe to share his support of the Trevor Project. Watch the video below

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Christian Bale: His loss is our gain

Character of crackhead boxing champ in The Fighter another Bale misfit hero

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10 things I learned about Justin Bieber

Learn the secrets about his hair, his moves, his songs, his plans for the holiday season.

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This week's new theatre by Mark Cook, Lyn Gardner

Christmas shows, LondonIn this week's search for tinsel and stardust on the stage, we look out for largely more traditional fare. With Cornwall's wonderful Kneehigh Theatre company, you can …

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Michael Gambon Joins Hoffman, Allen in HBO's LUCK

According to Deadline.com, Michael Gambon has joined previously announced Dustin Hoffman and Joan Allen in HBO's Luck. The upcoming series will focus on the world of horse racing. Gambon wi…

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This week's new dance by Judith Mackrell

Cinderella, GlasgowAshley Page's setting of the Prokofiev fairytale score is darker and more satirical than most. Set in a decadent pre-revolutionary France, it exposes the gap between rich …

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This week's new comedy by Josie Long, Chris Addison, James Kettle

Robin Ince: Nine Lessons And Carols For Godless People, LondonOn top of providing a suitably alternative Christmas celebration for unbelievers, Robin Ince's Nine Lessons And Carols is also a…

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Cher could teach Christina Aguilera a thing or two in Burlesque by John Patterson

Diva fever strikes in Burlesque, as Cher and Xtina collide onscreen. The new girl should take the chance to get some career advice, says John PattersonThe movie debut of erstwhile Mouseketee…

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Celebrity memoirs for Christmas - review by John Dugdale

John Dugdale discerns some palpable hits among the dudsLast year's showbiz autobiographies brought the genre into disrepute: the public sensibly shunned insipid efforts from TV stars they we…

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Andrea Riseborough: 'I bonded with Madonna over geekiness'

Becky Barnicoat talks to the actor who's about to become a household nameAndrea Riseborough has around 30 beautiful dresses to play with for our shoot, but she looks uncomfortable. "I don't …

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Was Bea Arthur in the Marines?

Though the Tony Award-winnng Golden Girl often denied it, a new letter has surfaced which suggests that Bea Arthur was in fact in the Marines. According to TheSmokingGun.com, Arthur was in …

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FLASH FRIDAY: Alice, She Is So Alive

In this special edition of FLASH FRIDAY we are taking a look at a number of TV appearances by Tony-winning Broadway star and this week's InDepth InterView participant Alice Ripley in celebra…

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Photo Flash: Lithgow's STORIES BY HEART Comes to MTF, 1/4-2/13

The Center Theatre Group Mark Taper Forum's 2011 season opens with John Lithgow's Stories by Heart, a special one-man theatrical memoir, January 4 through February 13, 2011. The opening is…

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Gay Marriages on Stage, West Side Story by Don Shirley

Why haven't playwrights overwhelmed our theaters with stories about gay marriage and Don't Ask Don't Tell? At least we've got Caught and Standing on Ceremony. And a few footnotes on the to…

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Bea Arthur the Marine? Despite Her Denial, New Reports Surface of the Late Star's Military Past by Broadway.com Staff

Was a Golden Girl a Marine? Despite frequent denials that she ever served in the Armed Forces, reports have surfaced that late Tony winner Bea Arthur worked in the Marine Corps for 30 m…

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Scottish theatre in restoration drama

Plans to remodel The Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh have provoked criticism and outrage from actors, comedians and directors, but the local authority owner says the redevelopment is crucial to …

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Photo Flash: Fierstein's A CATERED AFFAIR Opens in Houston

Passionate, heartfelt, and incredibly human, Harvey Fierstein and John Bucchino's hit musical, A Catered Affair, comes to Main Street Theater this January.

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Photo Coverage: LOVE, LOSS Welcomes New Cast

Love, Loss, and What I Wore welcomed its newest cast members, Brenda Braxton Chicago, Didi Conn Grease, Kate Flannery The Office, Loretta Swit MASH and Mary Testa Eat, Pray, Love Xanadu last…

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The Week in Culture Pictures, Dec. 10 by The New York Times

A slide show of photographs of cultural events from this week.

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Playwright of Bullshot Crummond, Lost in the Desert for Five Years, Found Alive by Ron House

Do you remember the Bullshot Crummond plays or the film produced by late Beatle George Harrison’s company HandMade Film and wonder why there hasn't been a sequel? READ MORE

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'Cash' by XIII Pocket: Stephen Louis Grush's play a wallow with the Man in Black by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: "Cash" ★★ Through Dec. 19 by XIII Pocket at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave.; Running time: 1 hour; Tickets: $22 at 773-327-5252 or www.thirteenpocket.com Stephen Louis Gr…

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SPIDER MAN Injury Update 4: Mendoza Likely Out of Show for Another Week

BroadwayWorld has been hearing that SPIDER MAN's Natalie Mendoza, who has been out of the show since December 2 due to a concussion she received during the first preview, could be out of the…

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LA CAGE, SCOTTSBORO BOYS et al. Included in Time's Best Shows of 2010

In TIME's 'Top Ten Everything of 2010,' many familiar shows have made it into the 'Best Plays and Musicals' category. The article features 50 top ten lists of everything from animal stories…

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No Wise Men – review by Alfred Hickling

Liverpool PlayhouseIt is always helpful when the title of a show gives a reasonable idea of what to expect, and though it is true that there are no wise men in Peepolykus's Christmas extrava…

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The December Cast of Love, Loss and What I Wore Brings the Heat on Opening Night by Broadway.com Staff

Baby, it's cold outside! December may bring winter chill, but that provides reason to bundle up in warm clothing…and if there’s one thing the women of Love, Loss and What I …

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Peter C. Marzio, Director of Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Dies by Kate Taylor

During his tenure, the museum's attendance increased from 380,000 people annually to over 2 million.

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“Naughty” Shows for the Holidays by Greta McAnany

Just as some children end up on Santa's "naughty" list, so to do some of the more risqué holiday shows. If you take your eggnog with a heavy dose of brandy, these shows may be for you. RE…

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Actor's Fund 2010 Holiday Auction Open Through 12/15

The Actors Fund's Auction of 1000 Stars Holiday Edition is live for bidding online through December 15. The event will raise money to support the entertainment charity.

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Ken Fallin Illustrates: ROSMERSHOLM!

BroadwayWorld.com is pleased to present illustrator Ken Fallin, who brings you original illustrations of everyone's favorite theatrical stars each week. This week's featureAustin Pendleton, …

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW ROUNDUP: Matthew Warchus-Directed Matilda Musical Opens at the Royal Shakespeare Company

The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Matilda, A Musical has officially opened at the company's Courtyard Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon. The production, directed by Matth…

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The King and I – review by Lyn Gardner

Curve, LeicesterImperialism and the imperious meet head-on and clash in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical about a 19th-century schoolteacher teaching Victorian values at the court of the Kin…

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Pop Icon Darlene Love Wails With Broadway's Million Dollar Quartet by Broadway.com Staff

The rock legends of Broadway’s nostalgia-rific musical Million Dollar Quartet welcomed a special guest to their stage on December 9, when music icon Darlene Love sat in during the show…

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Brazilian Artist Wins New $100,000 Prize by Carol Vogel

And the Ukrainian billionaire who finances the prize really likes her work.

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David French: a playwright of complex and generous compassion by Albert Schultz

David French, one of the country’s greatest playwrights, passed away this week. He had a way of making very personal plays that belong to all of us, writes

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Arts & Leisure Preview: 'True Grit,' Michael Jackson, Nicole Kidman and More by The New York Times

Wisdom, insights and observations from this weekend's Arts & Leisure section.

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The Scottsboro Boys May Return For Limited Broadway Run in Spring 2011 by Broadway.com Staff

Despite having announced a closing date of December 12 at the Lyceum Theatre, John Kander and Fred Ebb's The Scottsboro Boys may return for a limited Broadway run in spring 2011, accordi…

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Spider-Man Star Reeve Carney Talks Spinning Shakespeare in The Tempest by Broadway.com Staff

Spider-Man’s Reeve Carney may be currently battling flying villains at the Foxwoods Theatre, but the rising star found himself facing a different type of challenge while filming his ne…

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CHART TOPPERS: Top-Grossing Broadway Productions, Week of Nov. 29-Dec. 5 by Thomas Peter

Here are the top-grossing Broadway productions for the week of Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2010, as reported by The Broadway League. MUSICALS Wicked (Gerswhin Theatre), $1,566,919 The Lion King (Minskof…

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Shields, Balwin, Spector et al. Set for Feinstein's 2011 Winter/Spring Season

Feinstein's at Loew's Regency has announced it's winterspring 2011 season, which includes appearances by Brooke Shields, Kate Baldwin, Jarod Spector and more

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Book Review Podcast: Jennifer Homans and Siddhartha Mukherjee by The New York Times

Featuring conversation with two writers who made the Book Review's list of the 10 Best Books of 2010: Jennifer Homans, author of "Apollo's Angels," and Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of "Emper…

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Bono gives Oakville family a sneak peek of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark by J. Kelly Nestruck

Globe-trotting rocker helps make an Oakville family's weekend in the Big Apple

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A Small Fire by Linda

One of the first shows I'll be seeing in the new year is A Small Fire, by Adam Bock and directed by Trip Cullum, at Playwrights Horizons. The talented cast features Reed Birney (Circle Mirro…

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Pee-wee at the North Pole? by Diane Snyder

Anyone who's caught Pee-wee Herman's Broadway show and isn't a polar bear or a penguin might have noticed that the theater was freeeeeezing! Even though I saw it on a moderate November after…

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Broadway Holiday Flashback! Gavin Creel Brings 'Winter Wonderland' to the Plaza Hotel Alongside Eloise by Broadway.com Staff

Do you hear what I hear? It's the sound of Broadway stars caroling as Broadway.com celebrates the holidays with a seasonal flashback each day. Broadway audiences now identify Gavin Greel…

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Don Quixote, Maison de la Danse, Lyon

The choreography throughout is ballet for the pop age: relentless, easy on the eye, punctuated by wild splits and perilous lifts, says Laura Cappelle

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Rêve d'Automne, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris

Patrice Chéreau, himself a monument of French theatre and film, takes the monumental route in this production of Jon Fosse's intricate layering of time, death and love, writes Clare Shine

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King Lear, Donmar Warehouse, London

This beautiful, austere production unfolds its emotional veracity on a near empty set, where the acting ensemble vividly summons the audience into the world of the play, says Sarah Hemming

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bea, Soho Theatre, London

In 'bea'. Mick Gordon has transformed the philosophy lecture in to a subtle, complex, challenging piece of theatre, writes Richard Dennis

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STAGE TUBE: Darlene Love Visits MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET

Yesterday evening, Love took the stage of the Nederlander Theatre to join the cast of MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET in the special encore. Love has been hailed as one of the greatest singers in pop…

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VIDEO FLASH: Darlene Love Performs "White Christmas" at Million Dollar Quartet

Broadway veteran and R&B legend Darlene Love joined the Broadway cast of the musical Million Dollar Quartet, playing at the Nederlander Theatre, for a special encore performance on Thurs…

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Catch the Holiday Spirit at the Opening Night of Donny & Marie: A Broadway Christmas by Broadway.com Staff

It was hard to miss the holiday joy at the Marquis Theatre, when Donny & Marie: A Broadway Christmas began performances on December 9 (Donny's birthday!). The superstar brother/…

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Friday fun: Double Dream Hands! by Bob [cta]

I love my friends on facebook. Becuase they lead me to things like this: Happy Friday! May a “hand burst” be in your very near future.

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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'The Closer,' With Kyra Sedgwick, Will End Next Year by Dave Itzkoff

The decision to end the long-running crime drama about a Southern detective relocated to Los Angeles was Ms. Sedgwick's, TNT said.

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Voting Opens for 2010 Broadway World Boston Awards!

BroadwayWorld, the largest theater site on the web, today announced that voting has begun for the 2010 BroadwayWorld Boston Awards There 210 nominees in the 30 categories representing theatr…

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RIALTO CHATTER: THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS to Come Back to Broadway in Spring of '11?

The Wall Street Journal reports today that THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS may return to Broadway in the Spring for a repeat run just before the Tony Awards. According to the report, once THE SCOTTSBOR…

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Ashley Brown, Casey Nicholaw, Duncan Sheik, et al. Receive San Diego Critics Circle Award Nominations

The nominations for the San Diego Critics Circle Awards have been announced. The prizes will be presented in a ceremony to be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, in La Jolla …

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Darlene Love w/ Million Dollar Quartet - White Christmas by Milliondollarquartet

Darlene Love w/ Million Dollar Quartet - White Christmas Darlene Love performs "White Christmas" at Broadway's Million Dollar Quartet. Find out more at http://www.milliondoll…

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Kate Baldwin, Lorna Luft, Shirley Jones, Brooke Shields, Bruce Vilanch et al. Set for Feinstein's at Loews Regency in 2011

Feinstein's at Loews Regency has announced its winter/spring 2011 season. Engagements will include Lorna Luft in Songs My Mother Taught Me (January 4-9); Brooke Shields (February 1-12)…

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What’s Up, Kathy Fitzgerald? Wicked’s Latest Madame Morrible Talks Elphaba Casting and Her New BFF Glinda by Gemma Wilson

Kathy Fitzgerald is used to blockbuster musicals, but there's something special about her current gig as the villainous Madame Morrible in the mega-hit Wicked: it thrills her 1…

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American Idiot's Alysha Umphress Sings "Lovable" (Video) by Adam Hetrick

The forthcoming album “Thirteen Stories Down: The Songs of Jonathan Reid Gealt” features a host of Broadway talent including Caissie Levy, Will Chase and Kate Baldwin. While thea…

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ArtsBeat: A Christmas Carol From Young Jean Lee by Erik Piepenburg

Theater fans of a downtown stripe might be surprised to know that a new Christmas song, performed by the subversively funny playwright Young Jean Lee, will be vying for some holiday attentio…

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A Christmas Carol From Young Jean Lee by Erik Piepenburg

Theater fans of a downtown stripe might be surprised to know that a new Christmas song, performed by the subversively funny playwright Young Jean Lee, will be vying for some holiday attentio…

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PHOTO FLASH: Brenda Braxton, Didi Conn, Kate Flannery, Loretta Swit, Mary Testa Open in Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Brenda Braxton, Didi Conn, Kate Flannery, Loretta Swit, and Mary Testa celebrated their official opening in the Off-Broadway production of Love, Loss, and What I Wore, at the Westside Theatr…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Darlene Love w/ Million Dollar Quartet - He's a Rebel by Milliondollarquartet

Darlene Love w/ Million Dollar Quartet - He's a Rebel Darlene Love performs the song "He's a Rebel" with the cast of Broadway's Million Dollar Quartet. Learn more at …

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BWW Exclusive: Tharp Talks SINATRA in Vegas: "Broadway has tight expectations as to what a show is"

Las Vegas By now, it shouldn't sound odd as that Twyla Tharp is finally going Vegas. She is, after all, is at least as well known for her choreography in Hollywood films and for Broadway sho…

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Jesse Garcia on Making His Big Broadway Entrance in The Pee-wee Herman Show by Michael Mellini

Age & Hometown: “Old enough.” Rawlins, Wyoming. Currently: Making his Broadway debut as the Playhouse’s Internet savvy electrician Sergio in The Pee-wee Herman Show.…

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Cirque Dreams Holidaze by Sabrina Daly

There are many traditional ways to enjoy the 2010 holiday season here in Washington, D.C.  You could attend any of three versions of The Nutcracker or A Christmas Carol.  But if you are lo…

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ArtsBeat: Promotion Renews Manhattan Theater Club's Focus on Off Broadway Home by Patrick Healy

Manhattan Theater Club is promoting its associate artistic director, Mandy Greenfield, to artistic producer. She will take the lead in selecting, developing and mounting work for the club's …

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Broadway Kids Care Host Shine for Shannon Bake Sale 12/8

Broadway Kids Care BKC, the organization of theater kids for kids and others, will host its 4th annual Bake Sale.

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Promotion Renews Manhattan Theater Club's Focus on Off Broadway Home by Patrick Healy

Manhattan Theater Club is promoting its associate artistic director, Mandy Greenfield, to artistic producer. She will take the lead in selecting, developing and mounting work for the club's …

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Wishful Drinking debuts on HBO Sunday night by Lorraine Treanor

HBO has filmed a documentary of Carrie Fisher’s one woman comedy Wishful Drinking which debuts this Sunday, Dec 12th at 9pm on HBO. As those who saw the show when Arena Stage brought i…

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Michael Gambon to Join Joan Allen, Dustin Hoffman, et al. in HBO's Luck

Stage and screen star Michael Gambon has joined the cast the new HBO series, Luck, according to Deadline.com. The series stars Dustin Hoffman, and is an inside look into the world of hors…

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Karen Ziemba, Noah Racey, et al. Set for 42nd Street Moon's And All that Jazz!

Karen Ziemba and Noah Racey will headline 42nd Street Moon's And All That Jazz! - A John Kander Salon Evening, to be offered on Thursday January 27 at the Alcazar Theatre. Greg MacKell…

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Graphic Books Best Sellers: Fearless 'Ex Machina' by Adam W. Kepler

Starting with the last page of its very first issue, "Ex Machina" boldly announced its willingness to go beyond your typical funny book fare.

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at noon (Broadway Time)
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David French: a retrospective

Selected images from Canadian theatrical productions involving the late playwright

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Exclusive! Tony Winner Alice Ripley on Her New Album of Rock Covers, Daily Practice: Volume 1 by Broadway.com Staff

Tony Award winner Alice Ripley is prepping a new solo recording for Sh-K-Boom Records, the same label that released her 2000 debut album Everything’s Fine and the acclaimed original ca…

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Julie Taymor Compares Spider-Man to Shakespeare on The Colbert Report by Broadway.com Staff

Tony winner Julie Taymor is quite the busy woman these days. Not only is she busy prepping the new mega-musical Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, but the visionary director is also out promotin…

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Karen Akers, Rebecca Luker, Andrea Marcovicci, Howard McGillin, KT Sullivan, et al. to Play the Oak Room in 2011

The lineup of artists who will be appearing in the Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel in 2011 has been announced. During the winter and spring the venue will be home to shows featuring Eric Co…

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Cinderella – review by Judith Mackrell

Sadlers Wells, LondonEven when it was premiered 13 years ago, Matthew Bourne's Cinderella stood out from every other setting of Prokofiev's fairytale score. In brutal contrast to the tinsel …

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Burlesque Revue The Hurly Burly Show to Play London’s West End by Broadway.com Staff

Burlesque will take the stage in London’s West End when The Hurly Burly Show, starring Miss Polly Rae, begins performances at the Garrick Theatre on March 3, 2011. The show, directed b…

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An Interview With Michael Apted by Mary Jo Murphy

The director of "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" discusses how "Up" documentary series set an inviolable rhythm for his career, which includes James bond and "Narnia" movies.

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Weekend Poll: Spider-Man is Flying High at the Box Office! What Makes You Want to See the Mega-Musical? by Broadway.com Staff

Audiences are getting caught in Spider-Man's web as theatergoers flock to the Foxwoods Theatre to check out the new musical extravaganza Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark. Last week the tune…

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Apollo Theatre to be sold at auction in January by Chris Jones

The building housing the 440-seat Apollo Theatre, located at 2518-40 N. Lincoln Ave., will be sold to the highest bidder at a public auction on Jan. 18. The foreclosure sale, which includes …

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What to see: Lyn Gardner's theatre tips by Lyn Gardner

Theatre companies join forces for a Christmas Fayre in Leeds and the RSC gives Roald Dahl's Matilda a musical twistFour of British theatre's most ingenious companies, Unlimited, Slung Low, B…

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‘A Child’s Christmas’ still charms by Don Aucoin, Globe Staff

The mosaic of memories that is “Dylan Thomas’s A Child’s Christmas in Wales’’ contains nothing all that momentous — except that the Welsh boy whom we see …

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Lost in ‘Space’ by Jeff Wagenheim, Globe Correspondent

NORTH ADAMS — The person looking down into the cavernous performance space through the picture window along a second-floor corridor is, appropriately enough, an overseer of this work-i…

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Accept It: Dylan's Lyrics Are Sold at Auction by Dave Itzkoff

Sotheby's said Mr. Dylan's original handwritten lyrics to "The Times They Are a-Changin'" were sold for $422,500.

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Joe Iconis and the Christmas Miracle by Ashley Van Buren

How a massive team creates the composer’s raucous holiday show Since it was written in just three weeks and had only two weeks of rehearsal with a cast of around 30 people, you could a…

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Crafting a museum visit by Joanna Weiss, Globe Staff

WHO: Globe columnist Joanna Weiss, her daughter Ava, 6, and their friends Ella and Lela Lantigua, 6 and 3

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Page turners by June Wulff, Globe Staff

A staged reading of 15 plays sounds like a long day, but since each play is on a single sheet of paper, things will move along nicely. Plays were solicited from artists around the country fo…

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Liza Minnelli Talks Acting and Family on TCM’s "Private Screenings" (Video) by Thomas Peter

Liza Minnelli recently sat down with Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne to discuss her famous family on TCM’s “Private Screenings.” The conversation will air Dec. 11, but here …

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Get cracking by June Wulff, Globe Staff

How do they keep it all straight? Angela Bonnici plays the Sugar Plum Fairy, Dew Drop Fairy, and the Spanish Divertissement. Matthew Tucker dances the roles of Cavalier, Snow King, and Nutcr…

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2010 Craig Noel Award Nominees Announced

The San Diego Theatre Critics Circle has announced the nominees for the 2010 Craig Noel Awards, which will be unveiled at a ceremony in La Jolla on Jan. 10, 2011.

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Photo Flash: Michael Crawford & Danielle Hope at the Royal Variety Performance

The Wizard of Oz promises to be the biggest theatre event of the West End year, combining all the much-loved songs from the Oscar-winning movie score with new songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber an…

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BROADWAY SINGS FOR TOYS Held 12/20

The 5th Annual BROADWAY SINGS FOR TOYS A joyous concert and toy drive benefiting Toys for Tots

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THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow

Tickets go on-sale tomorrow, Saturday, December 11th. Brian Cox, Jim Gaffigan, Chris Noth, Jason Patric and Kiefer Sutherland will star in the Broadway revival of Jason Millers Tony and Puli…

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THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON Tickets Go On Public Sale Tomorrow, Sat, Dec 11

TICKETS GO ON-SALE TOMORROW, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th for limited engagement! Brian Cox, Jim Gaffigan, Chris Noth, Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland Star in JASON MILLER’S TONY AND PULITZER …

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Atlantic Theater Compay Announces THE NEW YORK IDEA Complete Casting

THE NEW YORK IDEA WORLD PREMIERE ADAPTATION By DAVID AUBURN From the original play by LANGDON MITCHELL Directed by MARK BROKAW WITH PATRICIA CONOLLY, MICHAEL COUNTRYMAN, FRANCESCA FARIDANY, …

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It's Taylor Swift to the Max in New Pop-Art Portrait by Dave Itzkoff

The country singer is immortalized in a new portrait by Peter Max, whose work she remembers seeing often "as a child and young teen."

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New York Theatre Workshop Announces Cast and Creative Team for PETER AND THE STARCATCHER

NEW YORK THEATRE WORKSHOP ANNOUNCES CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM OF PETER AND THE STARCATCHER CAST INCLUDES ADAM CHANLER-BERAT, CHRISTIAN BORLE, AND CELIA KEENAN-BOLGER TICKETS ON…

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BWW Interviews: Brian Stokes Mitchell Talks 'THE GRINCH'

Brian Stokes Mitchell talks about this weekend's holiday concert at Carnegie Hall, Women on the Verge and the role he wants to play again.

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'Peter' sets Off-Broadway cast, creative

Legit News: Peter Pan prequel opens March 9 -- New York Theater Workshop's Disney-developed production of "Peter and the Starcatchers" has announced its cast and creative team.

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A Bard-inspired show of great style by Paula Citron

The Art of Time Ensemble offers a beautiful sampler of Shakespeare-linked music, dance and theatre

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Theatrical Stumbles of Historic Proportions by Charles Isherwood

Plays taking an irreverent look at American history aren’t doing well at the theater box office.

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Fun on a Friday: A cartoon actor that is oh so real. by Ken Davenport

Here are a few laughs for all of you out there, especially those of you that have been an actor at any point in your career and tried to explain it to a family member. Even I remember having…

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This Week's Broadway Store Specials! - 12/10/10

This Week's New Broadway Store Specials, Hot Items and Bargains on BroadwayWorld.com for 121010. Check below for the best deals and cheapest prices on Broadway show souveniers and merchandis…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Neil Patrick Harris to Lead New York Philharmonic's Company by Broadway.com Staff

Neil Patrick Harris will star as Bobby in the New York Philharmonic's concert staging of Company. The production will run from April 7 through 9 at Avery Fisher Hall with Lonny Price dir…

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Neil Patrick Harris Joins New York Philharmonic for COMPANY Concert, 4/7-4/9

The New York Philharmonic will present Stephen Sondheim's groundbreaking Company, with an all-star cast led by Neil Patrick Harris, star of the hit television series, How I Met Your Mother, …

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Popcast: The Swedish Band Dungen and More by The New York Times

This week: The Swedish psychedelic-progressive band Dungen plays live in the studio, and Ben Ratliff discusses gospel and jazz other CDs.

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Neil Patrick Harris to Star in New York Philharmonic's Company in April

Neil Patrick Harris will star as Robert in the New York Philharmonic's concert presentation of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Company, to be offered April 7-9 at Avery Fisher …

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Photo Coverage: DONNY & MARIE Open on Broadway

Donny amp Marie - A Broadway Christmas, a new holiday production starring America's favorite sibling entertainers, will play a limited engagement through December 30, 2010, at Broadway's Mar…

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10 things I learned about Justin Bieber

Learn the secrets about his hair, his moves, his songs, his plans for the holiday season.

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Photo Coverage: DONNIE & MARIE After Party

Donny amp Marie - A Broadway Christmas, a new holiday production starring America's favorite sibling entertainers, will play a limited engagement through December 30, 2010, at Broadway's Mar…

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Jill Sonke

Can the arts actually improve health care? Kurt gets some answers from Jill Sonke, director of the Center for the Arts in Healthcare at the University of Florida. She explains how the arts h…

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In Comes 'Company,' Starring Neil Patrick Harris, in New York Philharmonic Production by Dave Itzkoff

Mr. Harris, the "How I Met Your Mother" star, will play another famous perennial bachelor in a production of the Stephen Sondheim musical this spring.

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ArtsBeat: In Comes 'Company,' Starring Neil Patrick Harris, in New York Philharmonic Production by Dave Itzkoff

Mr. Harris, the "How I Met Your Mother" star, will play another famous perennial bachelor in a production of the Stephen Sondheim musical this spring.

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Rock-Led MOTHERF**KER WITH THE HAT Now to Arrive on Broadway Early, 3/15

THE MOTHERFKER WITH THE HAT by Stephen Adly Guirgis will make its world premiere on Broadway starring Bobby Cannavale, Chris Rock, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Annabella Sciorra and Yul Vzquez. Dire…

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Rock-Led MOTHERF**KER WITH THE HAT Now to Arrive on Broadway Early, 3/15

THE MOTHERFKER WITH THE HAT by Stephen Adly Guirgis will make its world premiere on Broadway starring Bobby Cannavale, Chris Rock, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Annabella Sciorra and Yul Vzquez. Dire…

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PHOTO FLASH: Donny and Marie Osmond Open A Broadway Christmas

On Thursday, December 9, Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond opened their Broadway show, Donny & Marie - A Broadway Christmas, at Marriott Marquis Theatre. The show is set to play through Dece…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Frankie Boyle's Katie Price joke sparks Ofcom investigation by John Plunkett

Model and reality TV star accuses controversial comic of being a 'bully' towards her disabled son on Channel 4 showKatie Price's complaint about Frankie Boyle's Channel 4 show is to be inves…

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Young Jean Lee to Perform at Joe's Pub in April; Christmas Song from Show Now Available for Download

Acclaimed playwright and director Young Jean Lee will take to the stage, acting, singing, and dancing in a one-woman show at Joe's Pub in April, 2011. The piece is the 11th production …

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GRACE NOTES - Dec. 10, 2010 by Susan Grace

GRACE NOTES is the most effective place to reach a world-wide audience of theatre professionals. For more information about promoting your next event, please contact sgrace22@sbcglobal.net.*…

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Jim Caruso, Christine Pedi, Mike Ruiz, Mary Testa et al. to Co-Host Ultimate Drag Off

Two-time Tony nominee Mary Testa, Forbidden Broadway favorite Christine Pedi, Broadway at Birdland host Jim Caruso, The A-List star Mike Ruiz, Village Voice columnist Michael Musto, and drag…

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Kelly Osbourne to Join Miley Cyrus in Action-Comedy So Undercover

Kelly Osbourne will co-star with Miley Cyrus in the action-comedy So Undercover, according to a report in Variety. Tom Vaughan is directing the movie, which will have a screenplay by Allan …

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Patrick Cassidy to Bring Father Jack to Life in New Show

Michael Riedel reports in the New York Post this morning that Patrick Cassidy is at work on a new piece about his father, the late musical actor Jack Cassidy, who died in an accidental fire …

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Next to Normal Star Adam Chanler-Berat to Play Peter Pan in Off-Broadway's Peter and the Starcatcher by Broadway.com Staff

Peter and the Starcatcher, a new play by Tony winner Rick Elice (Jersey Boys) inspired by the characters in Peter Pan, will feature Next to Normal star Adam Chanler-Berat as Peter. Tony nomi…

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STAGE TUBE: Julie Taymor Talks Tempest, Spidey on Colbert Report

Julie Taymor appeared on last night's episode of The Colbert Report on Comedy Central to discuss her new film version of THE TEMPEST, SPIDER-MAN and more, check it out below

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Broadway's The Motherf**cker With the Hat to New Begin Previews on March 15

The world premiere of Stephen Adly Guirgis' The Motherf**cker With the Hat, to play the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, will now begin its limited engagement on March 15. Tony Award winner A…

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Broadway's The Motherf**cker With the Hat to Begin Previews on March 15

The world premiere of Stephen Adly Guirgis' The Motherf**cker With the Hat, to play the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, will now begin its limited engagement on March 15. Tony Award winner A…

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A Wrinkle in Time by Debbie Jackson

Readers familiar with the science fantasy A Wrinkle in Time will likely be mesmerized by this energetic production at Round House.  The rest of us can still be captivated by the wonder of t…

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Adam Chanler-Berat, Christian Borle, Celia Keenan-Bolger, et al. Set for NYTW's Peter and the Starcatcher

New York Theatre Workshop has announced casting for Rick Elice's Peter and the Starcatcher, adapted from the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, to run February 18 - April 3. Roger…

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PHOTO FLASH: Broadway Kids Care Holds Bake Sale Benefit for Shannon Tavarez Foundation

Broadway Kids Care hosted its fourth annual bake sale at Fireman's Park on December 8. The event raised more than $600 for the Shannon Tavarez Foundation, named in honor of the 11-yea…

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Hershey Felder's Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein to Play Asolo Repertory Theatre in June

Hershey Felder's Maestro: The Art of Leonard Bernstein will replace the solo performer's Beethoven, As I Knew Him in the Asolo Repertory Theatre's season, running June 8-12 in…

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Adam Chanler-Berat, Christian Borle, Celia Keenan-Bolger, et al. Set for NYTW's Peter and the Starcatcher

New York Theatre Workshop has announced casting for Rick Elice's adaptation of Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson's novel Peter and the Starcatcher, to run February 18 - April 3. Roger…

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Shoshana Bean, Julia Murney, Kelli O'Hara, Billy Porter, et al. Set for Broadway Sings for Toys for Tots

An updated roster of performers for the previously announced Broadway Sings for Toys for Tots has been released. The concert will be offered at 7pm on Monday, December 20 at Symphony Space.…

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B'way in South Africa Celebrates 3rd Annual Holiday Party and Drive

Graham Phillips, of The Good Wife and Broadway's 13, will join a host of Broadway artists in singing seasonal favorites at Broadway in South Africa's third annual holiday party fundraiser an…

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Noises off: Michael Billington gets the animation treatment by Chris Wilkinson

Theatre bloggers report a new website allowing users to input dialogue and generate virtual drama – and some videos can't resist focusing on the industry itselfHas the internet invented it…

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Puckoon, From the Book by Spike Milligan, to Play Leicester Square Theatre in March

Vincent Higgins' adaptation of Spike Milligan's book Puckoon will play the Leicester Square Theatre, running March 8-27. Zoe Seaton will direct the Big Telly production, which wil…

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BWW TV EXCLUSIVE: SPIDER-MAN: BEHIND THE WEB, Hosted by Paige Davis - Episode 2 with Isabel Keating!

BWW is thrilled to continue the exclusive, behind-the-scenes SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark webisode series, hosted by Broadway vet and wife of SPIDEY's Green Goblin, Paige Davis. Do you know …

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Renee Fleming Schedules A Streetcar Named Desire, Capriccio at Lyric Opera of Chicago

Renee Fleming has been appointed vice president and creative consultant of the Lyric Opera of Chicago, according to a report in The New York Times. In her new position, the soprano will no…

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Voting Opens for 2010 Broadway World Nashville Awards!

BroadwayWorld, the largest theater site on the web, today announced that voting has begun for the 2010 BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards There 287 nominees in the 25 categories representing the…

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James Cameron Developing Cirque Du Soleil 3D Movie

Cirque du Soleil and James Cameron are collaborating on a new 3D movie, according to a report in The New York Times. Andrew Adamson is directing the as-yet-untitled project which is in prod…

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Borle, Kennen-Bolger & Chanler-Berat to Star in PETER AND THE STARCATCHER

New York Theatre Workshop NYTW Artistic Director James C. Nicola and Managing Director William Russo have announced the full cast for Peter and the Starcatcher, written by Rick Elice, direct…

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Miss Polly Rae's The Hurly Burly Show to Play the West End's Garrick Theatre in March

Miss Polly Rae's The Hurly Burly Show will play a limited engagement at the West End's Garrick Theatre, running March 3 - May 1. William Baker will direct the production, which wi…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Goodbye New York, Goodbye Heart by Stagegrade

How do critics greet "Goodbye New York, Goodbye Heart"?

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Video | Mathieu Amalric's On Tour: 'Burlesque is about imperfection' by Julia Mueller, Henry Barnes

Mathieu Amalric tells Julia Mueller about making the burlesque film On Tour (Tournée), which won him the best director award at Cannes this yearJulia MuellerHenry Barnes

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Are these Shakespeare's dirty pictures? by Jonathan Jones

Why was Giulio Romano, a master of erotica, the only Renaissance artist Shakespeare names in his works?The city of Mantua in northern Italy is one of the gemstones of the Italian Renaissanc…

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On 'Late Night,' Paul McCartney Looks Back at Days Gone By by Dave Itzkoff

Mr. McCartney performs a unique version of "Yesterday" as well as "Here Today," a tribute to his former band mate John Lennon.

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Film & NY Review: 'Hamlet'

For this National Theatre production, broadcast to cinemas worldwide, Nicholas Hytner finds a new interpretation of the most famous play in Western history and creates an Elsinore based on c…

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BWW's On This Day - December 10, 2010

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on December 10 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Katie Price threatens Channel 4 over Frankie Boyle joke by Josh Halliday

The model and reality TV star upset by comedian's joke about her disabled son broadcast on Channel 4The model and reality TV star Katie Price is threatening legal action against Channel 4 af…

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Make Friends with the Truth by Matthew Murray

It's always sad to see a musical close when it has a first-rate pedigree, a top-notch creative team, and a wonderful score. Shouldn't that be enough to keep any show running for at least a s…

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'Time Stands Still' set to close Jan. 30

Legit News: Play starring Linney joins list of midseason closers -- The commercial Broadway transfer of "Time Stands Still," toplined by Laura Linney, will shutter Jan. 30.

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Tony Committee talk eligible thesps

Legit News: Awards group narrow down lead actors -- Sherie Rene Scott, Benjamin Walker and Joshua Henry were among the thesps singled out of ensemble casts to be considered eligible for lead…

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Mercedes Ruehl teaming for Sarah Treem play

Legit News: Actress will play biologist in 'How' -- Mercedes Ruehl will star in Sarah Treem's world premiere two-hander "The How and the Why," opening next month at the McCarter Theater.

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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On the scene: ‘The Scottsboro Boys’ talkback by Jesse North

The Scottsboro Boys may be in its final week on Broadway due to disappointing ticket sales, but theatergoers packed the Lyceum Theatre for Thursday night’s performance. Following a sold-ou…

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Michael & Edie by Stagegrade

Do critics feel "Michael & Edie" belong together?

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Cerveris, Gemignani et al. Lead Brody's OPERATION EPSILON Reading, 12/10

Producer Ellen Berman Enchanted April presents a reading of the new play, Operation Epsilon by Alan Brody The Housewives of Manheim with direction by Tony Award-winning directorproducer Andy…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Lyle Lovett Joins MUCH ADO at Kirk Douglas Theatre, 12/10

Lyle Lovett joins the cast of Much Ado About Nothing beginning December 10 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. The performing company of 18 actors and musicians include Chris Butler, Ramon De Ocamp…

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Stage Rush TV: Episode 43 by Jesse North

Talking points: Pitmen Painters‘ Christopher Connel on his favorite New York spots Broadway grosses What do you think, Rushers? Can you see Connel playing Dad in Billy Elliot the Music…

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Jack Cassidy to be the subject of a one man show scripted by his son

Jack Cassidy's son Patrick is at work on a one man show about his father, interviewing many of his old Broadway pals, including producer Harold Prince and veteran actor John McMartin.

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Ronni Chasen murder was a robbery gone bad: police

The Beverly Hills PD now says it believes Ronni Chasen's murder was a random act of violence (a robbery gone bad)committed by a man on a bicycle.

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Lady Gaga’s eight wax doubles revealed

There’s more than enough Lady Gaga to go around: Madame Tussauds has unveiled not one, but eight,wax figures of the always over-the-top diva in her signature statement styles.

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Kelly Osbourne to undergo intense surgery

Kelly Osbourne is about to go under the knife to have surgery on both of her feet."Doctors have to break bones in my feet and reset them," Osbourne explains.

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Josh Duhamel on plane fiasco: I feel like an idiot (video)

Josh Duhamel opened up about last week's incident where he was escorted off of a flight for refusing to turn off his BlackBerry. "I messed up. I feel like an idiot because of it."

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Lisa Ling: I had a miscarriage

Former View co-host Lisa Ling has revealed she had a miscarriage six months ago, in an episode of The View, and says the experience left her feeling like "a complete failure."

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TV Guide issues retraction for misquoting Ed O'Neill on Jane Lynch's Emmy

"I absolutely never said, nor do I believe that Jane,whom I think is an enormous talent, was undeserving of the award," O'Neill says in a statement.

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How Do You Know price tag: 120 Million, 50 Million just for talent

Oscar-winning filmmaker James L. Brooks commands a budget as jaw-dropping as his history of brilliant work.Sony lavished a budget on Brooks’ How Do You Know that even has talent reps with …

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Winona Ryder:I do not use the internet

Winona Ryder has been out of the limelight for a while, but the Black Swan actress isn’t afraid to speak her mind, as she did about the web.“I feel like it’s taking away that great ant…

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Reese Witherspoon: I need a therapist

Reese Witherspoon featured on the cover of the new Entertainment Weekly, and opens up to the magazine about her divorce, marriage plans and robots.

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Eminem, Train top Itunes year end sales charts

Eminem‘s Recovery was the best-selling album of 2010 at the iTunes Music Store, while Train‘s “Hey, Soul Sister” was the biggest single, according to year-end charts.

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A&E yanks The Hasselhoffs off the air

After airing just two episodes, A&E pulled David Hasselhoff’s new reality series, The Hasselhoffs, from its schedule, the network confirmed.

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez go on a pancake date

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted leaving the International House of Pancakes arm and arm, fueling rumors that the two are a romantic item.

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Cher in risque outfit for Spanish premiere of her film burlesque

Cher, 64, attended the Spanish premiere of her new film Burlesque in a very brazen outfit of a sheer top, see through bra and short skirt. Christina Aguilera, 29, was more modestly dressed i…

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Howard Stern signs new 5 year contract to stay with Sirius Satellite Radio

Howard Stern said he's signed a new 5 year deal to stay with Sirius Satellite Radio. he said: "If we're going to stay in radio, we should stay here. We're in an incredible position and sudde…

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Creepy life with Oscar winning songwriter father who is an accused rapist

Nick Brooks' (unemployed and 26) gorgeous girlfriend, Sylvie Cachay, was discovered dead at the swank Soho House, where the pair had just checked in. His father, Joseph, is an Oscar winning …

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Bea Arthur was a truck driving Marine

The Maude and The Golden Girls star, who died last year at age 86, always denied serving in the armed forces but military records show that Bea Arthur spent 30 months in the Marine Corps, wh…

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Friday, December 10, 2010 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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James Barbour Launches Six-City Holiday Concert Tour

Broadway star James Barbour, will premiere his six-city 2010 HOLIDAY CONCERT TOUR on Saturday evening, December 4 at the RUBICON THEATRE in Ventura California.

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Ringing My Bell by Steve On Broadway (sob)

Ringing My BellI'll wager most Americans have no idea the Salvation Army is actually an organized religious faith that they're supporting every time they throw their loose change into one of…

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Review: Christmas Spells

Justin Bond and The Pixie Harlots deliver a fabulously unforgettable gender-bending holiday spectacular.

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Judith Ivey Glows In 'Shirley Valentine' At Long Wharf

The show: "Shirley Valentine"

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