Friday, January 14, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Other Desert Cities by Theasy.com

Lincoln Center, Off Broadway By Alan J. Miller BOTTOM LINE: An intelligently written, well plotted drama of a family in crisis, brought to life by a marvelous ensemble cast. Don't mis…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Westward Ho to the Ovations, Gustavo Marceau, Razon Re-Visited by Don Shirley

The Ovation Awards ceremony ventures outside LA County, Gustavo Dudamel resembles a great mime from the best theater fan's seats in Disney Hall, and persistence pays off for the 24th Street …

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Review: Baby Wants Candy

Lovers of comedy and musical theater are sure to enjoy this troupe's completely improvised musicals.

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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ROCK OF AGES' Kristin Hanggi Holds CREATIVE Gym Seminar, 1/19

Is there an idea that's pulling at your heart Something that's calling you - but you're stuck getting it out After years of working with writers, Kristin developed a specific system for gett…

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Dolly Parton at Work on New Children's Musical

According to the Chicago Sun Times, country music legend and 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL creator Dolly Parton is hard at work on a new and exciting project. The semi-autobiographical children's music…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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John Lithgow to Guest Star on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER

According to TVGuide.com, John Lithgow is in talks to star as Barney's father in CBS' HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER.

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Other Producers Comment on SPIDER-MAN Delays; Bono Leaves Town; Critics Mulling Next Moves

According to the NY Times, SPIDER-MAN producers have been quick to defend their recent decision to again delay the show's official opening, postponing it until March 15. Producer Michael Coh…

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Festivals In Review: Warring Relatives and Joking Rabbis by The New York Times

Four plays at two New York festivals, Under the Radar and Coil, offer a range of themes, styles and even language.

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‘Spider-Man’ Producers Say Delay Is Justified by Patrick Healy

The producers of “Spider-Man” said the delay of the opening was justified by the complexity of the show.

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This week's new dance by Judith Mackrell

The Imperial Ice Stars: Swan Lake On Ice, EdinburghIn the last few years there have been a flurry of ice dance productions all appropriating the music and stories of the 19th-century classic…

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This week's new comedy by James Kettle

Paul Foot, LondonYou don't always know what you're going to get with Paul Foot, but you can be assured that it'll be wholly original and frequently very funny. A typical set sees him trottin…

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

New Edinburgh Lyceum SeasonThere is plenty of Scottish work upcoming in the new Edinburgh Lyceum season, including the world premiere of Sue Glover's Marilyn, a look into the private life of…

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STAGE TUBE: MARY POPPINS Travels Down Under!

Catch a glimpse of the Australian Production of MARY POPPINS For tickets and information, visit httpwww.marypoppins.com. Click below to watch the video

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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James Earl Jones Joins Mayor Bloomberg for MLK Program, 1/17

Tony Award-winner James Earl Jones, currently starring on Broadway in the hit revival of Driving Miss Daisy, will appear with Mayor Michael Bloomberg at a breakfast commemorating Martin Luth…

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STAGE TUBE: A-Rod in His Own Musical?

The Onion Sports Network has recently created a musical spoof that is worth a look. The news parody site explores what a musical written, directed, choreographed and starring Yankees star A…

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Stage Vets Jason Butler Harner and Cheyenne Jackson Get Dramatic in New Film The Green by Broadway.com Staff

After stints on Glee, 30 Rock and Curb Your Enthusiasm, Broadway star Cheyenne Jackson has already made his mark on TV and now the dashing actor is ready to storm the big screen in the new f…

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Review Roundup: NEXT TO NORMAL National Tour

The startling new musical Next to Normal, winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, launched a national tour at Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre on November 23. The show moved on to Denver …

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STAGE TUBE: Jackson, Harner in THE GREEN

Jason Butler Harner and Cheyenne Jackson co-star in Table Ten Films' upcoming, 'The Green'. The movie, which finished shooting on September 2, features direction by Steven Williford and was …

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The Week in Culture Pictures, Jan. 14 by The New York Times

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

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Nightsong For The Boatman by Jovanka Bach, directed by John Stark, Barrow Group Theatre by Yvonne Korshak

... departure ... What a bunch of characters! On an isolated wharf lit by a bright moon two men are engaged in a Jacob and the Angel-like struggle shooting dice. Murlie, with a tough-guy acc…

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TIME STANDS STILL Talk Back with AP Journalists Tue, Jan 18

TIME STANDS STILL WELCOMES ASSOCIATED PRESS TALKBACK TUESDAY JANUARY 18, 2011 POST-PERFORMANCE TALKBACK TO FEATURE ASSOCIATED PRESS JOURNALISTS KIMBERLY DOZIER, JOHN DANISZEWSKI, Santiago L…

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Saidah Arrika Ekulona, Jane Kaczmarek, James Lecesne Set for Geffen's In Mother Words

Saidah Arrika Ekulona, Jane Kaczmarek, and James Lecesne will star in the West Coast premiere of In Mother Words, to play the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse, February …

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The WEEK AHEAD: Jan. 15-21 by Blake Ross

This holiday WEEK AHEAD gives us a chance to reflect on the legacy of some historic Americans and one of Broadway’s angels. Rep. Ruth Messinger hosts a free evening of song and dance i…

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Photo Coverage: Olympia Dukakis in THE MILK TRAIN DOESN'T STOP HERE ANYMORE - Production Shots

Roundabout Theatre Company Todd Haimes, Artistic Director is proud to present a new production of Tennessee Williams's The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, directed by and starring Mich…

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SPIDER-MAN Team Says 'Critics Should Not Review Until Invited'

Just in from Rick Miramontez, Spokesman for SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark The official position of the Spider-Man team is that critics should not review the production until invited by the pr…

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Come On Board for a First Look at The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore by Broadway.com Staff

If a rich older woman, a mysterious stranger and an Italian mountainside sound like a seductive combination, Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Tennessee Williams’ The Mi…

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Graney Steps Down by Zev Valancy

Well this is news: as first broken by Eric and Andy's Reviews You Can Iews, Sean Graney will be stepping down as artistic director of The Hypocrites, the Chicago theatre company that he…

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Read the 'Hamletmachine' review by Kerry Reid by Chris Jones

"Hamletmachine" runs through Feb. 12 at the Trap Door Theatre, 1655 W. Cortland Ave.; tickets are $20 at 773-384-0494 or www.trapdoortheatre.com If you're looking for a simple production of …

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TIME STANDS STILL Hosts AP Talkback 1/18

TIME STANDS STILL, Broadways best reviewed new play at the Cort Theatre 138 West 48th Street, continues its talkback series Tuesday, January 18 following the 7 PM performance with an edition…

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Charmed, We’re Sure! An Elegant Earnest Opening Night by Broadway.com Staff

It was a fittingly frothy opening night for the Roundabout Theatre Company production of Oscar Wilde's classic The Importance of Being Earnest, which bowed at Broadway’s American A…

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Joe Iconis, Stephen Flaherty et al. Set for Behind the Music-al at 92YTribeca

Tony Award-winning composer Stephen Flaherty will moderate Behind the Music-al, a behind-the-scenes look at the next generation of musical theater composers, to be presented at 92YTribeca, o…

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Rachel Axler’s Smudge Marks Syzygy’s Season by Admin

What would make a theater company that produces only two plays a year choose, for its first production of 2011, a show about a couple who gives birth to something so formlessly screwed up …

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Premiere Dates Set for Three Showtime Series, Featuring Toni Collette, Edie Falco, Jeremy Irons, Derek Jacobi, et al.

Showtime has announced the spring premiere dates for three of its series. Nurse Jackie, which stars Broadway veteran Edie Falco, will begin its third season on March 28 at 10pm. Immediatel…

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Short-a-Day: John Edgar Wideman's "Always Raining Somewhere, Said Jim Johnson" by Aaron Riccio

Originally published in Harper's, February 2011. Personal enjoyment rating (out of 100): 27.This simple story lacks enough ambition to justify Wideman's writerly tricks; at heart, it's about…

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The Fitzrovia Radio Hour – review by Lyn Gardner

Trafalgar Studios, LondonHeading out on a regional tour is The Fitzrovia Radio Hour, which has already achieved a cult following for its re-creation of the radio plays of the 1940s…

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Jesse Eisenberg to Host January 29 Episode of Saturday Night Live

Jesse Eisenberg will host the January 29 episode of Saturday Night Live. The musical guest for the show will be Niki Minaj. Eisenberg's performance in The Social Network has earned hi…

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Anika Noni Rose, Joan Osborne, et al. Featured in AMERICAN SONGBOOK at Lincoln Center, 2/2-5

Lincoln Center's acclaimed series American Songbook, which explores the best of the golden age of musical standards through to the best in current songwriting, will bring to the stage some o…

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Alicia Silverstone is Expecting First Child

According to People.com, Broadway veteran Alicia Silverstone is pregnant with her first child. The 34 year old actress and her husband, Christopher Jarecki have been married since June of 20…

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Barbershopera: Apocalypse No! – review by Lyn Gardner

Trafalgar Studios, LondonThe archangels have done their bimillennial audit of the human race and Big G has made his pronouncement: the only option is apocalypse, and he wants the job finishe…

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Mia Farrow Wins Marian Anderson Award

Actress Mia Farrow has been awarded the 2011 Marian Anderson Award, which honors artists whose leadership on behalf of a humanitarian cause or issue benefits society. farrow will receive he…

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New Love, Loss Stars Alexis Bledel, Nikki Blonsky and More Celebrate 500th Performance by Jenny Anderson

It's always an exciting night when a new cast takes over at off-Broadway hit Love, Loss and What I Wore, but January 13 marked an extra special evening for the show. Not only did the pro…

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FLASH FRIDAY: Oscar Season Rundown by Pat Cerasaro

We are kicking off 2011 in true Hollywood style, by showcasing and reviewing a number of films coming out this Oscar season - in theaters and on DVDInstant Watch - with a particular emphasis…

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David Sedaris Set for Reading at Harvard University May 7

Best-selling author and NPR humorist David Sedaris will perform a 60-minute reading at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall, on Saturday, May 7 at 8pm. Sedaris will be r…

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

This week: Featuring an extended conversation with the authors Jennifer Egan and Siddhartha Mukherjee.

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terraNOVA Collective presents the Groundbreakers Reading Series at Incubator Arts Project

TERRANOVA COLLECTIVE  IN ASSOCIATION WITH  INCUBATOR ARTS PROJECT PRESENTS THE GROUNDBREAKERS READING SERIES HALLEY FEIFFER, LAUREN FELDMAN,  ANDREW KRAMER &a…

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Charlotte Cohn to Present Simply Complicated at NYC's The Cell and Baltimore's CENTERSTAGE

Broadway veteran Charlotte Cohn will present her cabaret show, Simply Complicated: The Elegant Escapades of a Danish-Israeli Opera-Singing Tank Commander at the Cell in New York City on Satu…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Ricardo Montalban by Traces

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Ricardo Montalban by Traces

Ricardo Montalban Welcome to LA Daqi! www.tracesusa.com From: tracesusa Views: 94 0 ratings Time: 00:31 More in Entertainment

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LOMBARDI's Judith Light Guests On NY1's On Stage 1/15

Before catching this weekends NFL Playoff games, sit down with NY-1s Donna Karger and actress Judith Light, who currently stars in LOMBARDI, Broadways hot new play about football coaching le…

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Base Hit? Imagining a Musical from Yankees Slugger Alex Rodriguez by Broadway.com Staff

Are you ready for something seriously silly? How about the idea that New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez would write, direct and choreograph his own Broadway musical? Thanks to The Onion…

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BWW Interviews: Sergio Trujillo - Broadway's Quadruple Threat Talks JERSEY BOYS, NEXT TO NORMAL, WHITE NOISE and More

Given the odds, for one to have been involved with a singular Broadway success would be impressive. To have been involved with two would solidify one's status as a true Broadway player. How …

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Lady's good in 'Importance of Being Earnest'

Those lips. (Cheshire.) Those eyes. (Lizard.) That hat. (Winged-victory, preparing for takeoff.) Every brocaded sneer, each well-tasted vowel in Brian Bedford's embodiment of Lady Bracknell …

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ArtsBeat: Under the Radar: 5 Questions About 'Living in Exile' by Erik Piepenburg

An interview with the "Living in Exile" director.

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Under the Radar: 5 Questions About 'Living in Exile' by Erik Piepenburg

An interview with the "Living in Exile" director.

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Mia Farrow Wins 2011 Marian Anderson Award

Mia Farrow has won the 2011 Marian Anderson Award, which honors artists whose leadership on behalf of a humanitarian cause(s) or issue benefits society. The prize will be presented at a gal…

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Butler, Sieber, And More To Perform At Theatreworks USA Gala Benefit 1/31

The Board of Directors, Gala Committee, and staff Barbara Pasternack, Artistic Director, and Ken Arthur, ProducingDirector of Theatreworks USA, Americas largest not-for-profit touring theatr…

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Doused and Deconstructed by Diane Snyder

How I am growing to embrace weird downtown experimental theater. I quite liked Tom Ryan Thinks He's James Mason Starring in a Movie By Nicholas Ray in which a Man’s Illness Provides an Es…

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D’ja Hear the One About the Guy From Rochester? by Megan Angelo

A touring company of the Chicago comedy troupe Second City sends writers to its host cities in advance, to compose material reflecting local subject matter.

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Leaving The Light On For Playwrights by Patrick Healy

A new theater named the Cradle is only the start of the nurturing Washington’s Arena Stage hopes to provide new plays and playwrights.

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How To Succeed... : In the Studio with Anderson Cooper and Daniel Radcliffe by H2sbway

How To Succeed... : In the Studio with Anderson Cooper and Daniel Radcliffe http://bit.ly/H2SYouTube Starring the multi award-winning international stage and film actor Daniel Radcliffe (E…

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Barbershopera: Apocalypse No!; The Fitzrovia Radio Hour, Trafalgar Studio 2, London

Two somewhat belated 'transfers' of Edinburgh Fringe shows are now on offer: an a capella musical comedy thriller, and an appealing radio-on-stage hybrid, writes Ian Shuttleworth

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Schools of thought

Two plays at London's Bush Theatre join an honourable roll call of dramas about school and plunge headlong into the debate on the state of education, writes Sarah Hemming

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Michele on FUNNY GIRL: 'Of Course Fanny Brice Is Me'

As BroadwayWorld has previously reported, Broadway producer Bob Boyett is endeavoring to revive FUNNY GIRL on Broadway with famed director Bartlet Sher South Pacific, Awake and Sing, Light …

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Alicia Silverstone, Christopher Jarecki Expecting First Child

Alicia Silverstone and husband Christopher Jarecki are expecting their first child, according to a report on People.com. The couple married in 2005. Silverstone's stage credits includ…

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LA STAGE Insider: January 14, 2011 by Julio Martinez

From world premieres to an opening back in 1927, Julio Martinez covers it all in this week's LA STAGE Insider. READ MORE

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Brian Bedford conquers Broadway

Unanimous raves greet Stratford star in the New York production of The Importance of Being Earnest.

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PHOTO FLASH: Alexis Bledel, Nikki Blonsky, Anita Gillette, Judy Gold, Pauletta Washington Join Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Alexis Bledel, Nikki Blonsky, Anita Gillette, Judy Gold, and Pauletta Washington celebrated joining the Off-Broadway production of Love, Loss, and What I Wore, at the Westside Theatre at a p…

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PHOTO FLASH: Alexis Bledel, Nikki Blonsky, Anita Gillette, Judy Gold, Pauletta Washington Join Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Alexis Bledel, Nikki Blonsky, Anita Gillette, Judy Gold, and Pauletta Washington celebrated joining the Off-Broadway production of Love, Loss, and What I Wore, at the Westside Theatre at a p…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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PHOTO FLASH: Cast of York's Road to Qatar! Musical Perform for the Press

The cast of the York Theatre Company's The Road to Qatar!, performed numbers from the show at a press event held on Friday, January 14. Phillip George has directed the production, which…

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Seventh time around, Wingfield remains pleasant company by J. Kelly Nestruck

His relaxed ruminations are filled with fascinating details about the complexities of the supposed simple life

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Caesar to Usurp Antony in Lincoln Center Festival by Randy Kennedy

The Royal Shakespeare Company announces a lineup change.

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ArtsBeat: Caesar to Usurp Antony in Lincoln Center Festival by Randy Kennedy

The Royal Shakespeare Company announces a lineup change.

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This: Sometimes words speak louder than actions by Marsha Lederman

Melissa James Gibson’s play adds an authentic voice to the urban-angst canon

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Kerry Butler, Christiane Noll, Christopher Sieber, et al. Set for Theatreworks USA's Gala, Featuring Preview of New The Yellow Brick Road Musical

The lineup of performers has been announced for Theatreworks USA's annual gala, to be held on Monday, January 31 at 6pm at the Pierre Hotel. DeMarco Morgan will host the event, which w…

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CHART TOPPERS: Top-Grossing Broadway Productions, Week of Jan. 3-9 by Thomas Peter

Here are the top-grossing Broadway productions for the week of Jan. 3-9, 2011, as reported by The Broadway League. MUSICALS Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark (Foxwoods Theatre), $1,588,514 Wicke…

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WatchList: Web Series With Polish by Mike Hale

In the WatchList column in this weekend's Arts & Leisure section, we take a look at some Web series at the higher end of the food chain.

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BWW Announces Winners of 2010 Southern California Awards!

The votes have all been counted and audited and we're VERY excited to announce the results of the first ever BroadwayWorld.com Southern California Awards Tens of thousands of votes were cast…

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Aha Moment: Antony Hegarty

The frontman for Antony and the Johnsons says everything changed for him when he discovered the Japanese modern dance, butoh. Hegarty talks about the butoh master, Kazuo Ohno, and describes …

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Partner of Stieg Larsson Wants to Complete Fourth 'Millennium' Novel by Julie Bosman

Eva Gabrielsson talks about the book in a new memoir.

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Coming to the Aid of the Beleaguered Belarus Free Theater by Broadway Bulletin

THE PUBLIC THEATER AND LA MAMA EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE CLUB SCHEDULE AN ENCORE BENEFIT PERFORMANCE OF BELARUS FREE THEATER'S “BEING HAROLD PINTER” By HENRY EDWARDS

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OBSESSED!: The Highs and Lows of Broadway

In this corner, Seth Rudetsky, a lover of high belting who insists that Broadway is the domain of high notes and high notes only! In this corner, Marc Kudisch, a baritone who insists that ru…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Get a Sneak Peek of MARY POPPINS in Australia by Disneyonbroadway

Get a Sneak Peek of MARY POPPINS in Australia Catch a glimpse of the Australian production of MARY POPPINS, now in Sydney. For tickets and information, visit http://www.marypoppins.com. Bec…

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Move On. by Donald

I can't imagine many people will read this, as it's been over 6 months since I updated, but I suppose all writing-for-the-internet is done with the understanding the anyone could read it, bu…

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Getting Senseless in “A Small Fire” by Mark Blankenship

An actress and playwright create a woman deprived of almost everything How do you create a woman who can’t see, smell, taste, or hear? That may sound like a Zen riddle, but it’s …

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Proof That Theater Does Matter by Admin

Many of my actor friends think I spend way too much time trying to figure out what makes theater relevant in an age when the entire world is literally available in the palm of your hand. T…

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Dave Clemmons Partners With Joy Dewing For Clemmons/Dewing Casting

Dave Clemmons C.S.A., Casting Director of Broadways Driving Miss Daisy and the upcoming Wonderland, is pleased to announce the promotion of longtime associate Joy Dewing topartner.

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Kennedy Center Announces Cast for National Tour of Barrio Grrl! Musical

Casting has been announced for The Kennedy Center's national tour of the musical Barrio Grrrl!, which will kick off at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD on January 22. Part of the Cen…

Linked From TheaterMania at 01:35PM

RSC's Julius Caesar Replaces Antony and Cleopatra in Lincoln Center Festival Residency

The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Julius Caesar, directed by Lucy Bailey, will replace the previously reported production of Antony and Cleopatra in the RSC's six-week …

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Stockard Channing, Linda Lavin and More Celebrate a Family Affair at Other Desert Cities' Opening by Bruce Glikas

Sparks may fly between members of the Wyeth family in Lincoln Center Theater's Other Desert Cities when daughter Brooke returns home with the announcement she's penning a memoir chro…

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STAGE TUBE: Kelsey Grammer Visits Letterman

Five-time Emmy Award winner and 2010 Tony Award nominee Kelsey Grammer, currently starring on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning revival of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, was a guest last night, Januar…

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Joanna Riding and Meow Meow to Star in The Umbrellas of Cherbourg at London’s Gielgud Theatre by Broadway.com Staff

Kneehigh Theatre, the company behind the recent Broadway hit Brief Encounter, has announced casting for its newest creation, an adaptation Michel Legrand’s The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. …

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Nancy E. Carroll, Dermot Crowley, Tadhg Murphy et al. Set for Cripple of Inishmaan Tour

Casting has been announced for DRUID and Atlantic Theater Company's production of Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan, which will begin a U.S. tour in Boston at the Paramoun…

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Sean Graney to exit The Hypocrites by Chris Jones

Sean Graney, the founding artistic director of The Hypocrites, will leave his post at the end of the current season, making way for ensemble member Halena Kays. Kays will take over the Off-L…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Some More Unusual Company for Admiral Nelson by Randy Kennedy

A boy on a rocking horse, to be followed by a rooster.

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Jude Law, Douglas Hodge, Eddie Redmayne and Ruth Wilson Set for Donmar Warehouse Season by Broadway.com Staff

Jude Law, Ruth Wilson, Douglas Hodge and Eddie Redmayne are among the stars announced for the upcoming Donmar Warehouse season in London. AS previously announced, the season marks the final …

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Shepard Fairey, AP settle copyright case involving Obama image by Sebastian Smee, Globe Staff

After a two-year court battle, the copyright infringement case against Shepard Fairey — over his use of an Associated Press photographer’s image of Barack Obama for his “Ob…

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A Memoir From Sissy Spacek by Julie Bosman

Tales of her childhood in the South.

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Daryl Roth Productions and The Splinter Group Join Forces to Create DR Theatrical Management

DARYL ROTH PRODUCTIONS AND THE SPLINTER GROUP JOIN FORCES TO CREATE DR THEATRICAL MANAGEMENT New York, NY (01/14/2011) – Daryl Roth Productions and The Splinter Group have teamed up to …

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Miranda, Whitty, Blankenbuehler Talk BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL

The Alliance Theatre announces the world premiere of Bring It On The Musical, which will make its debut on the Alliance Stage on January 15, 2011. The high-stakes world of competitive cheerl…

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God of Carnage Original Cast Talk as They Reunite in L.A. (Video) by Thomas Peter

Jeff Daniels, Hope David, Marcia Gay Harden and James Gandolfini, who were the original cast members of the Tony Award-winning run of Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage on Broadway, will re…

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Weekend Poll: Who is Your Favorite American Idol Veteran-Turned-Broadway Performer? by Broadway.com Staff

Newly revamped TV sensation American Idol is gearing up for its tenth season beginning January 19, complete with a pair of new judges, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler. Plenty of Idol veteran…

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Love Never Dies Star Sierra Boggess Tapped for U.K. Production of She Loves Me by Broadway.com Staff

Sierra Boggess, who is currently making her West End debut as Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom sequel Love Never Dies, is in talks to star in a Stephen Mear-helmed production…

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Graphic Books Best-Seller Lists: Vampire Love by George Gene Gustines

With so much loving going around for vampires, this collected edition was kind of inevitable: at no. 1 on the hardcover list this week is the first volume of the "Vampirella Archives."

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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The Importance of Being Earnest by Richard Seff

If you’re looking for a recipe for a successful revival of Oscar Wilde’s 1895 masterpiece, a major ingredient has to be Brian Bedford.  This British born Canadian resident is among the …

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Tony Winner Beth Leavel Set to Star in Baby, It's You; Show Eyes Broadhurst Theatre by Broadway.com Staff

Tony winner Beth Leavel will star as '60s girl group composer Florence Greenberg in the previously announced musical Baby, It's You, according to a source close to the productio…

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Cast Set for Charles L. Mee's Heaven on Earth at La MaMa E.T.C.

Witness Relocation and France's Collective ildi ! eldi have announced casting for the world premiere of Charles L. Mee's Heaven on Earth, to run February 17-27 in La MaMa's El…

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

A mime festival opens, while Filter warms up to tackle Silence with the RSC. But things in the capital are far from quiet ...It's January, so it must be the London International Mime festiva…

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The Importance of Being Earnest: When actors are equal to Wilde’s lines by Adam Feldman

Brian Bedford returns to Broadway with his Stratford hit

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Vineyard Theatre's VINEYARD MASTERS Continues With Chalfant And Kuhn

Vineyard Theatre continues new VINEYARD MASTERS serieswith classes by two Tony-nominated actresses Kathleen Chalfant and Judy Kuhn on January 29 and 31, respectively

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SPIDER-MAN Issues Clarification on Cancelled Performances

CORRECTION: ALL “ S P I D E R – M A N   T u r n    O f f    T h e    D a r k ” PERFORMANCES PROCEED AS SCHEDULED EXCEPT JANUARY…

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Public data corporation: end of our world or just the beginning? by Simon Rogers

The Public Data Corporation was only announced two days ago and already data campaigners are concernedAnnounced to Downing Street fanfare on Wednesday, the new Public Data Corporation is alr…

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BroadwayGirlNYC: Existential Viewing by Broadwaygirlnyc

I had the most incredibly existential experience at the theatre last week - twice, in fact - when I saw parts one and two of the Signature Theatre's gorgeous staging of Angels in America. It…

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Photo Flash: LOVE, LOSS Welcomes Blonsky, Bledel et al. & Celebrates 500 Performances Off-Broadway

On Wednesday, January 12th, Alexis Bledel Gilmore Girls, Pauletta Washington The Parkers, Nikki Blonsky Hairspray the film, Anita Gillette 30 Rock, and Judy Gold 25 Questions for a Jewish Mo…

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Feature: Opening Night: The Importance of Being Earnest

Jane Alexander, Michael Cerveris, Alan Cumming, Victor Garber, Debra Monk, Donna Murphy, Estelle Parsons, Sherie Rene Scott, and more stars join Brian Bedford and company for the opening of …

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PHOTO FLASH: Stockard Channing, Stacy Keach, Linda Lavin, Sarah Jessica Parker, Elaine Stritch, et al. at Opening of Other Desert Cities

Jon Robin Baitz's new play, Other Desert Cities, opened at Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater on January 13. Joe Mantello has directed the production, which stars Stockard …

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Brent Harris, Ron Cephas Jones, Linda Powell, et al. Set for A.R.T.'s Ajax

American Repertory Theatre has announced casting for Charles Connaghan's new version of Sophocles' Ajax, to run February 12 - March 13. Sarah Benson will direct the production. T…

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You have to drill down deep if you want to find oil. by Ken Davenport

I asked one of my staffers to come up with some ideas for a project we were preparing today. She's a quick thinker, so she snapped back a few quick ideas that were all good. I responded, ask…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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John Goodman to Join Glenn Close on DirecTV's Damages

John Goodman will join the cast of DirecTV's Damages, according to a report on TVGuide.com. He will play the CEO of a military contractor who is put on trial in a wrongful death suit. …

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Opening the Door on ROOM 16 by Kim

Tonight at 7:30pm at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, CT we will have our VERY FIRST audience EVER for ROOM 16! Stephen and Andrea have been diligently working and it is paying off.…

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Rick Burkhardt shares the secrets behind the creation of THREE PIANOS by New York Theatre Workshop

Rick Burkhardt shares the secrets behind the creation of THREE PIANOS Rick Burkhardt shares the secrets behind the creation of THREE PIANOS From: nytheatreworkshop79 Views: 293 0 ratin…

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Anna Deavere Smith by Gary Tischler

Back in the 1990s, when I first saw Fires in the Mirror, a play about a conflict in which African Americans and Orthodox Jews battled in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, I wanted …

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Paul Dano, Robert De Niro Set for Paul Weitz' Another Night Movie

Paul Dano and Robert De Niro will star in the forthcoming film Another Night, according to a report in Variety. Paul Weitz is writing and directing the project. The movie, based on Nick Fl…

Linked From TheaterMania at 10:49AM

ArtsBeat: ‘Spider-Man’ Opening Delayed Again by Scott Heller

The musical's producers, Michael Cohl and Jeremiah J. Harris, said the opening was pushed back "to allow for more time to fine-tune aspects of the show, including the new ending."

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What's Up, Stacy Keach? The Other Desert Cities Star on Highlights of His 50-Year Career by Kathy Henderson

Forty-five years after he directed a Chekhov workshop production in the newly constructed Mitzi Newhouse Theatre (then called the Forum), Stacy Keach is back in Lincoln Center’s underg…

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Court Rejects Claim of Journalist's Privilege for Documentary Filmmaker by Dave Itzkoff

A federal appeals court said Joe Berlinger, the director of "Crude," had not acted as an independent reporter because he was invited to make the film by its subjects and made changes to it a…

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Photo Coverage: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Opens on Broadway by Kevin Thomas Garcia

The Roundabout Theatre Company's new Broadway production of Oscar Wilde's comedy The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by and starring Brian Bedford as Lady Bracknell, opened last night,…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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What really goes on in the rehearsal room? | David Jays by David Jays

Why are theatre rehearsal rooms such mysterious spaces? And why are dance rehearsals so different?To most theatregoers, the rehearsal room is a mysterious space: a crucible, sealed off to th…

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Photo Coverage: OTHER DESERT CITIES Arrivals by Walter McBride

Lincoln Center Theater production of Jon Robin Baitz' OTHER DESERT CITIES, directed by Joe Mantello, opened last night, January 13 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. The cast features Stockar…

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Photo Coverage: OTHER DESERT CITIES After Party by Walter McBride

Lincoln Center Theater production of Jon Robin Baitz' OTHER DESERT CITIES, directed by Joe Mantello, opened last night, January 13 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. The cast features Stockar…

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GRACE NOTES - Friday, Jan. 14, 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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‘Spider-Man’ Won’t Open Until March 15 by Scott Heller and Patrick Healy

It was the fifth opening delay for the technically daunting musical; preview performances on Jan. 18 and Jan. 25 have been canceled.

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Andrew Durand, Meow Meow, Joanna Riding, et al Set for Kneehigh's The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Kneehigh has announced casting for a new adaptation of Jacques Demy and Michel Legrand's The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, to run March 5 - October 1 at the West End's Gielgud Theatre. …

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Douglas Hodge, Jude Law, Eddie Redmayne, Ruth Wilson Set for The Donmar Warehouse Fall Season

The Donmar Warehouse has announced the three productions that will comprise Michael Grandage's final season at the theater as artistic director. In addition to the previously announced…

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John Gabriel Borkman by Stagegrade

Are critics feel invested in "John Gabriel Borkman"?

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You Already Know You're Gonna Love It! by Mammamianorthamerica

You Already Know You're Gonna Love It! From: MammaMiaNorthAmerica Views: 12918 5 ratings Time: 00:16 More in Entertainment

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Casey Nicholaw to Direct and Choreograph Aladdin at The 5th Avenue Theatre

Casey Nicholaw will direct and choreograph the musical Aladdin to run July 7-31 at The Fifth Avenue Theatre. Adapted from Disney's 1992 animated feature film of the same name, the prod…

Linked From TheaterMania at 09:22AM

Lauren Ambrose to Join John Barrowman in BBC/Starz Series Torchwood

Lauren Ambrose will join the BBC/Starz series Torchwood, according to a report on EW.com. The actress is scheduled to appear in seven of the 10 episodes in the show's upcoming season, …

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Peter Strauss, Simon Jones Buzzed About for "Divine Rivalry" Premiere at Hartford Stage

Heard on the grapevine: Peter Strauss (TV's "Rich Man, Poor Man" miniseries), Simon Jones (Hartford Stage's presentation of "My Fair Lady") and Aaron Krohn  are being cast abo…

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Green Eyes by Stagegrade

Are critics turned on by Tennessee Williams' shocker "Green Eyes"?

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Jude Law returns to London stage in Eugene O'Neill's play Anna Christie by Maev Kennedy

Michael Grandage announces Jude Law's role as part of final season at the Donmar WarehouseJude Law will return to the London stage this summer, in the Eugene O'Neill play Anna Christie, as p…

Linked From The Guardian at 08:15AM

STAGE TUBE: Karen Mason Talks WONDERLAND; Queen

WONDERLAND - A New Alice is now playing at The David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Judy Lisi, President and CEO in Tampa, Florida through January 16, 2011. WONDERLAND will op…

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STAGE TUBE: Jose Llana Talks WONDERLAND & El Gato

WONDERLAND - A New Alice is now playing at The David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Judy Lisi, President and CEO in Tampa, Florida through January 16, 2011. WONDERLAND will op…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Sierra Boggess to Star in UK SHE LOVES ME?

Baz Bamigboye reports in today's UK Daily Mail that Sierra Boggess, who is soon set to depart LOVE NEVER DIES and who was in talks to star in REBECCA is now in talks to play the lead in SHE …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:57AM

‘Escape from the Haltsburg Boys Choir’ tries hard, but is mostly off-key by Bob [cta]

Sometimes you go to a show expecting one thing, and walk out with a completely different experience. This was absolutely the case with Escape from the Haltsburg Boys Choir, The Ruckes Theatr…

Linked From Chicago Theatre Addict at 07:53AM

Kneehigh takes 'Umbrellas' to West End

Legit News: Cast includes Joanna Riding, Meow Meow, Andrew Durand -- U.K. legit company Kneehigh ("Brief Encounter") will bring its previously announced stage version of the movie tuner "The…

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Singer Margaret Whiting: My Hartford Courant Interview

Sad news. Singer and cabaret star Margaret Whiting, died this week at the age of 86 at her home at the Actors Home in Englewood, N.J. For years, Whiting, who was the daughter of composer Ric…

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Red Bastard by Hunter Styles

Something about diligently recording your thoughts in a notepad seems profoundly absurd when there’s a grossly overweight man-demon wandering around nearby, provoking people at random with…

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 07:24AM

Christine Ebersole

The two-time Tony winner balances ballads and comedy numbers with tales of Tinseltown and personal moments in a polished hour. The only complaint is that it's a shade too polished.

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BWW's On This Day - January 14, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on January 14 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Other Desert Cities by Stagegrade

Do critics recommend a visit to "Other Desert Cities"?

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A delightful Rosalind makes for Shakespeare done 'As You Like It' on Navy Pier by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: "As You Like It" ★★★½ Through March 6 at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Courtyard Theater on Navy Pier; Running time: 2 hours, 45 minutes; Tickets: $44-$75 at 312-595-56…

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The Importance of Being Earnest by Stagegrade

A flat-out "A" for "The Importance of Being Earnest"

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Friday, January 14, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Johnny Galecki, Sharon Lawrence, Amanda Peet, Bill Pullman Set for An Evening With Neil LaBute

Johnny Galecki, Sharon Lawrence, Amanda Peet, and Bill Pullman will participate in Vs. Theatre Company' s An Evening With Neil LaBute at 7pm on Saturday, January 15 at the Howard Fine A…

Linked From TheaterMania at 01:36AM

Les Dennis to Star in Jermyn Strreet Theatre's Drowning on Dry Land

Les Dennis will star in Alan Ayckbourn's Drowning on Dry Land, to run February 22 -March 19 at the Jermyn Street Theatre, according to a report on Whatsonstage.com. Guy Retallack will …

Linked From TheaterMania at 01:22AM

Why We Produce British Plays by Admin

It was one of seven plays sent to us by the prestigious English agent Jenne Casarotto. All were literate, provocative and well-written but none quite fit the bill. Why, you may wonder, onl…

Linked From LA STAGE Times at 01:07AM

Rumer Willis makes her modeling debut as the new face of Badgley and Mischka

Following in the footsteps of Eva Longoria, Carrie Underwood and Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, the beautiful 22-year-old is clearly comfortable in front of the camera.

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Natalie Portman goes topless for Miss Dior perfume ad

The 29-year-old actress has been photographed wearing nothing but a black bow in her hair as she stares into the camera while modestly covering up her breasts with her arms.

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Justin Bieber hospitalized after filming CSI cameo

The 16-year-old was taken to the hospital after developing breathing trouble while shooting scenes for his next appearance on CSI, his rep confirmed.

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Kellie Pickler's wedding dress

The country singer and American Idol alum kept her style simple for her hush-hush New Year's Day wedding to songwriter Kyle Jacobs in Antigua. The blushing bride wore an ivory duchess satin …

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Taylor Swift braves breakup in Back To December video

Just as the country star tops the Billboard 200 this week with the lowest-ever sales for a No. 1 album since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking data in 1991, the Speak Now songstress is rollin…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Jake Gyllenhaal dumped Taylor Swift out of the blue

When the Prince of Persia actor dumped the country sweetheart over the phone just before New Year's -- ending their whirlwind two-month romance -- Swift, 21, was completely blind-sided, mult…

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Carson Daly to host NBC's The Voice

NBC's late-night host is in negotiations to host NBC's ambitious new singing competition series (and American Idol rival) The Voice, from top reality producers.

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Selma Blair to be a mom

The actress, 38, and her boyfriend, Jason Bleick, founder and creative director for EVER fashion line, met while collaborating for the brand and have been dating about a year, according to a…

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Spider-Man first look photo: Andrew Garfield shines in costume

Sony released the first photo of Andrew Garfield in costume from the upcoming film, Spider-Man -- the reboot of the studio's hugely successful super hero franchise.

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Mia Wasikowska and Glenn Close on the set of new movie Albert Nobbs

The 21-year-old Aussie actress shot scenes with co-star Glenn Close at Dublin Castle.

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Hillbilly Women – Off-B’way at Arclight Theatre

The show is a little bit documentary, a little bit Spoon River Anthology and a little bit repetitious without enough conflict to sustain interest.

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Anderson Cooper is supposedly biased in reporting: Presidential Oil Spill Commission

The Presidential Oil Spill Commission's final report on Deepwater Horizon oil spill says Anderson Cooper "reportedly asked a parish president [local official] to bring an angry, unemployed o…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Is it art? Sculpture of a female police officer urinating

A prize winning lifelike silicone and metal sculpture of a squatting policewoman urinating is on display in Germany and causing debate. The work entitled Petra by German sculptor Marcel Wall…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Colin Firth gets a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

The British actor and The King's Speech Golden Globe nominee, 50, has the 2,429th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His star is situated right next to British star Emma Thompson's - outsid…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Tom Brokaw: I would be nervous about going into a bar or restaurant in Arizona (video)

"Gun control is too simple a phrase to define all the complications and nuances of it, frankly. In Arizona they have a wide open system. I would be nervous about going into a bar or restaura…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Charlie Sheen's changed appearance shocks CBS and Warner executives

Charlie Sheen shocked executives at CBS and Warner Bros. TV when he returned from the holiday hiatus looking as if he'd lost 25 pounds. His changed appearance led executives with WBTV to thr…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Spider-Man musical postponed for the 4th time

The official premiere of Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark (music by Bono and The Edge) has been postponed for the fourth time because the U2 musicians aren't happy with he problem plagued show…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Hollywood's Most Influential Celebrities: Forbes

Influence means the power to affect people or events, especially when that power is based on prestige. By that definition, it might be surprising to see director Steven Spielberg topping For…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Jude Law to star in a play in the West End

Jude Law is returning to the West End stage to play a sailor who falls in love with a prostitute. The actor will appear in the Eugene O'Neill play Anna Christie at the Donmar Warehouse in Co…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Lisa Rinna thrilled to be a size 0

The actress tweeted: "I am very pleased to have fit into the size 0 Theory trousers today at wrk. Hate me if u like! I'm thrilled!"

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Chastity Bono documentary Becoming Chaz acquired by Oprah's cable network OWN

Oprah Winfrey's cable network OWN acquired Becoming Chaz, the Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato directed feature documentary that follows the gender reassignment journey that transformed Cher'…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Aretha Franklin sets record straight on her health but no specifics

Aretha, 68, admits there was indeed a health scare, but she isn’t ready to divulge specifics just yet. She said: "Well, there was just so many wild things out there and just so many things…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Paul Greengrass may direct direct Martin Luther King thriller Memphis

Filmmaker Paul Greengrass (Jason Bourne franchise) may direct the historical thriller Memphis, based off his own script about the events that preceded the assassination of iconic civil right…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Donald Trump rejects Lindsay Lohan for Celebrity Apprentice

Oh you know it’s bad when you can’t even get on a reality tv show. Donald Trump is putting together a new Celebrity Apprentice and Lindsay Lohan asked to be a part of it. the Donald said…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

Russell Simmons on Roger Ailes: that's my man - I love him

Russell Simmons talks about Roger Ailes, Mike Huckabee, Sean Hannity. he taljed to Roger Ailes "specifically about the ability of the right and the left to work together. I told him I'm far …

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

8 crazy scenes from the mini series The Kennedys

The Daily Beast obtained an exclusive, early copy of the script of the botched History Channel miniseries The Kennedys. Jace Lacob picks eight salacious bits from the first episode.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger unlikely to return to films full time: Ivan Reitman

Ivan Reitman helped turn Arnold Schwarzenegger from a muscleman to a funnyman with the films Twins and Kindergarten Cop, but the filmmaker doesn’t think his friend will return to movies fu…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM

MoMA buys Ants on Jesus video art that was pulled from Smithsonian

The Museum of Modern Art purchased David Wojnarowicz’s 13 minute version of A Fire in My Belly, the controversial video exhibit featuring an image of Jesus on a crucifix covered in ants th…

Linked From Talk Entertainment at 01:00AM
Friday, January 14, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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'Desert' blooms by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Misery springs eternal. We've seen dozens of fictional families clash be cause of a Big Traumatic Past Event, but that didn't deter Jon Robin Baitz ("The Substance of Fire," TV's "Brothers a…

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Barbra Streisand in “Funny Girl” on Broadway by Kevin Daly

The first musical I ever appeared in was my high school’s production of Funny Girl eleven years ago. (I’ll save my first audition experience for another day). The show is somethi…

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Group: A Musical by Julio Martinez

Richard Tatum relates a happy series of circumstances that brought him into the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble fold as director of Group: A Musical, written by Adam Emperor Southard with mus…

Linked From LA STAGE Times at 12:27AM

Stage Rush TV: Episode 46 by Jesse North

Talking points: The great career stories of Patti LuPone: A Memoir The best soundbites from the audiobook of Patti LuPone’s memoir Saying goodbye to Next to Normal Broadway grosses Wha…

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