Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Can Daniel Radcliffe 'Succeed' at the Tony Awards?

Daniel Radcliffe received critical cheers Sunday for his role in the second rialto revival of the Tony-winning musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." In his fi…

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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FINALLY - Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK) - This Morning (05.10.2010) by Broadwaytvarchive

FINALLY - Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK) - This Morning (05.10.2010) Zoe Birkett, Portia Emare, Emma Lindars aka THE DIVAS from The West End musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert perfor…

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Theater Review | 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying': Wizard of Corporate Climbing by Ben Brantley

You root for Daniel Radcliffe, who stars in the revival of Frank Loesser’s “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” though Rob Ashford’s production is charm free.

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How to Succeed, still, after all these years

Brown-nosing never goes out of fashion. That's why How to Succeed in Business Without Even Trying feels so current in its 50-year Broadway revival that opened Sunday night with a delightful …

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'Black Swan' Double Claims Portman Did '5%' of Dance Shots by Mark Cina

Dancing drama: The ballerina who worked as Natalie Portman's double in "Black Swan" says the actress' actual dancing in the movie has been highly exaggerated.

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Theater reviews: How to Succeed and Priscilla on Broadway

Theater reviews: How to Succeed and Priscilla on Broadway

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Giordano expands definition of jazz dance

You’ve got to be doing something right when you attract an audience like the one that gathered Friday night at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance for the first of two weekend performan…

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Review: The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G by Andy Propst

Qui Nguyen's latest play is a fascinating if uneasy hybrid of autobiography and metaphysics.

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Bret Michaels Says Donald Trump Told Him to Sue Tonys

He told the Dallas Magazine today that Billionaire businessman Donald Trump counseled rocker Bret Michaels to file suit against CBS Entertainment and others over injuries Michaels suffered a…

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How To Succeed starring Daniel Radcliffe Opens on Broadway to mixed reviews and great audience buzz by Theater Advisor

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (4.5 Stars on theaterAdvisor) starring Daniel Radcliffe and John Laroquette opened on Broadway March 27, 2011. The production is directed by …

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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WE BELONG - Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK) - This Morning (07.03.09) by Broadwaytvarchive

WE BELONG - Priscilla Queen of the Desert (UK) - This Morning (07.03.09) Jason Donovan (Tick/Mitzi), Oliver Thronton (Adam/Felicia) & Tony Sheldon (Bernadette) from the West End UK cast…

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Daniel Radcliffe knows how to 'Succeed' by Linda Winer

He sings. He dances. Yes, the British mega-star formerly known as young Harry Potter even shaves, proudly, while delivering that irresistibly all-American self-love ballad, "I Believe in You…

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Review: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at curtainup.com by Simon Saltzman

Daniel Radcliffe's performance is certainly and purposefully predicated on the need for hisJ. Pierrepont Finch, to beguile us with his opportunism. He does

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Theater review: 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying' on Broadway

Daniel Radcliffe's brio and a clever songbook aren't enough to mask the musical's age.Daniel Radcliffe's brio and a clever songbook aren't enough to mask the musical's age.

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The Met's 4-'Ring' Shuffle

This week, the Metropolitan Opera presents a reprise of Wagner's "Das Rheingold," the first installment of the four-part "Ring" cycle. The second part, "Die Walküre," opens April 22. Here's…

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Calling All Artists, Whoever You Are

To better serve the creative community, the City wants to count up all the artists who live here. Is that really possible?

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KIN @ Playwrights Horizons by Ludlow Lad

Bathsheba Doran's KIN is a joy. It's a smart, complicated, adult play - the likes of which you've come to expect from the invaluable Playwrights Horizons and the likes of which you rarely, …

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PHOTO CALL: The Other Place, with Laurie Metcalf, at MCC Theater by Irina Khodorkovsky

Tony Award nominee Laurie Metcalf stars in the MCC Theater world premiere of Sharr White's The Other Place, the new thriller that officially opens March 28 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre …

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Daniel Radcliffe in 'How to Succeed in Business' on Broadway: Look Ma, Harry Potter's dancing by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 W. 45th St., New York. Call 212-239-6200 or visit howtosucceedbroadway.com. N…

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TT: New leaf

I walk up these one hundred and twenty-eight steps nearly every day when I'm in Manhattan. They are the climax...

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Theater Review | 'Double Falsehood': Shakespearean Plot Twists, Maybe Even by Shakespeare by Eric Grode

Classic Stage Company serves up “Double Falsehood,” which might be a late-career collaboration between Shakespeare and John Fletcher or might simply be a fraud.

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A Former Child Star Returns, With Wisdom by Kate Taylor

Daisy Eagan, who became the youngest girl ever to win a Tony in 1991, is dipping a toe back into theatrical waters with a cabaret show called “Still Daisy After All These Years.”

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Spotlight | Manasquan: A Town’s Self-Image Gets a Theatrical Lift by Tammy La Gorce

Squonk Opera of Pittsburgh helped Algonquin Arts Theater in Manasquan develop a show to shake off the stigma the town seemed to feel from the MTV reality show.

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Theater Review | New Jersey: Where the Paths to Love and Freedom Cross by Anita Gates

“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” at the Paper Mill Playhouse is a colorful, cartoonish version of the musical set in ancient Rome.

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Theater Review | Connecticut: A Love, Updated, but Still Tragic by Anita Gates

“Romeo and Juliet” by the Yale Repertory Theater is given a contemporary feel and sometimes seems influenced by “West Side Story.”

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Holding note by Alison Croggon

I saw three fascinating performances last week: two Dance Massive works (BalletLab's Amplification and Gideon Obarzanek's one-man piece Faker) and, in Sydney, Simon Stone's astonishing adapt…

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Sleeping Beauty Wakes Musical Will Rise Again, This Time at La Jolla Playhouse by Kenneth Jones

Sleeping Beauty Wakes, the new musical from the creators of the pop-rock holiday musical Striking 12, has been added to the 2011-12 season of La Jolla Playhouse in California.

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Circus accused of mistreating elephant by Peter Walker

Police and RSPCA launch joint investigation after video shows elephant being hit and repeatedly kicked by her minderPolice have launched a joint investigation with the RSPCA after another an…

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Review: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying by David Finkle

Daniel Radcliffe gives a masterful performance in Rob Ashford's sleek revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning tuner.

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STAGE TUBE: Broadway Lights Dim in Memory of Elizabeth Taylor

The Broadway community mourns the loss of Elizabeth Taylor, legendary stage and screen star, who died Wednesday at the age of 79 in Los Angeles. The marquees of Broadway theatres in New York…

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NY Review: 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' by Erik Haagensen

Director-choreographer Rob Ashford talked Daniel Radcliffe into trying his hand at musical comedy. Alas, the likable and undeniably talented lad is in over his head.

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The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G by Mark Peikert

Intended as growth, Qui Nguyen's new play for Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company instead feels like an ambitious misstep.

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West End - The Stars Fade As Understudies Take Over

"Growing numbers of stars are unable to keep up with rigorous performance timetables. Illness, strained vocal chords and additional performances, coupled with high demand for star-studded ca…

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TT: At it again

In case you haven't noticed, there's new stuff in the right-hand column. Take a gander when you get a chance....

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TT: The Letter is back

Paul Moravec and I aren't so busy prepping for the world premiere of Danse Russe that we've forgotten about ouf...

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying -- Theater Review by David Rooney

Watching the boy wizard sing and dance might be novelty enough for his fans, but his star vehicle could use a stronger shot of magic.

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying - Review by Matthew Murray

Radcliffe may not be a natural song-and-dance man, but he delivers the goods with a flair that catapults him past many of his more experienced cast mates.

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Review: Daniel Radcliffe is a musical comedy wizard by Richard Ouzounian

Revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a solid hit.

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The Birthday of the Infanta – review by Lyn Gardner

Unicorn, LondonThere's much to admire in Trestle's staging of Oscar Wilde's story about the Spanish princess who is only allowed to mix with other children on her birthday, and who, on the d…

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The last yarn of Bradford mill by Alfred Hickling

Workers once came from all over the world to work in Lumb Lane. Now the defunct Bradford mill is being used to stage their storiesLumb Lane was, for a long time, Bradford's most notorious ad…

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Remembrance Day, Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, Royal Court, London

This absorbing new play throws a spotlight on the tensions in contemporary Latvia and asks whether it is possible to forgive and forget, writes Sarah Hemming

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Swan Lake, Coliseum, London

The production of a much traduced masterpiece by Derek Deane is wise, challenging of its interpreters and shaped by sound artistic experience, writes Clement Crisp

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Broadway Review Roundup: HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS...

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING opened on Sunday, March 27, 2011, at Broadway's Al Hirschfeld Theatre. So did the critics fall in love with the 50th Anniversary production …

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: In On the Boards solo show, Charles Smith explores levels of misunderstanding

Seattle performance artist Charles Smith presents "My Arm is Up in the Air," a look at the amazing and ridiculous things that happen to language, at On the Boards through March 28, 2011.

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'Pursued By Happiness'

Legit Reviews: This bold, risky genre-bender is enjoying an exceptional world premiere production from the Road Theater Co.

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CHART TOPPERS: Most-Read Playbill.com Stories, Week of March 13-19 by Andrew Gans

Here are the most-read Playbill.com stories for the week of March 13-19, 2011, from information compiled by Playbill.com. Broadway Rush, Lottery and Standing Room Only Policies. Broadway-Aim…

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Australia's Theatre Show - Episode 9 - Get Involved by Thetheatreshowtv

Australia's Theatre Show - Episode 9 - Get Involved For 8 episodes The Theatre Show has brought you some great Theatre. We thought in this episode we would show you how to get involved …

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A hearty sharing of the green by Toby Zinman

With so many Irish plays sprouting this spring on Philadelphia stages, a celebration seemed in order. And, sure enough, a festival was born.

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The Book of Mormon - Review by Matthew Murray

That it isn’t as good as Parker and Stone are capable of isn’t merely a missed opportunity — it’s a colossal letdown.

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Bringing Out the Bad Girl for Some Tough Times by Stephen Holden

The sunny Nellie McKay brings a zany film-noir musical biography of a murderer to Feinstein’s at Loews Regency.

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Vulture Commissioned a 'Sad Julie Taymor' Ice Sculpture from Ice Brigade's Randy Finch

Perfect for a centerpiece for your Spider-Man themed wedding!

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Jimmy Fallon Unearthed Trey Parker’s Secret Balladeer Past

"A collection of love ballads for the 80's man."

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A Love, Updated, but Still Tragic by Anita Gates

“Romeo and Juliet” by the Yale Repertory Theater is given a contemporary feel and sometimes seems influenced by “West Side Story.”

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Where the Paths to Love and Freedom Cross by Anita Gates

“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” at the Paper Mill Playhouse is a colorful, cartoonish version of the musical set in ancient Rome.

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Theater Review | Westchester: Renovating a Home and a Father-Son Relationship by Anita Gates

Andrew Gerle’s play, based on John Marchese’s memoir, tells of how a very different father and son work together to renovate a home.

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Theater Review | Connecticut: Stories of Isolation in an Urban Circus by Sylviane Gold

Francesca Choy-Kee plays Agnes in “Agnes Under the Big Top,” at Long Wharf.

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Coffee Cups in Hell by Maureen Dowd

Mormons make their flamboyant debut on Broadway — could the White House be next?

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Spotlight | Mamaroneck: An Actor’s Story, Retold Onstage by Susan Hodara

A year before his apparent suicide in 2004, Spalding Gray, the acclaimed writer and performer known for his narrative monologues, appeared at the Emelin Theater in Mamaroneck to present his …

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Hitchcock classic leavened with funny business by Howard Shapiro

Let's raise a glass to shtick, the little, often unscripted physical stage business that can turn a moment of fun into a heightened laff-riot. And here's a toast to The 39 Steps - the show a…

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Regional Theatres Try The National Tour

"Touring has long been the model for Broadway shows, which send out national casts, and for larger dance companies and musical ensembles that could not exist if they depended on an audience …

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Libya, the Invasion Continuum, and Us by Roger Armbrust

Congress has no Constitutional right to abdicate to the executive branch its power to declare and wage war.

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Why Is Composer Andrew Gerle So Enraged? by Leonard Jacobs

I'm not an actor, heaven knows, but I did work as an editor and reporter at Back Stage, the trade publication and website for actors, for the better part of 10 years (freelance and full-time…

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STAGE TUBE: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Susan Blackwell & Jon Rua Take on 'I Got Bass'

With choreography by Jon Rua, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Susan Blackwell amp Rua took on 'I Got Bass' by Busta Ryhmes. Warning - Excplicit Language

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Frank Whitten obituary by Leslie Megahey

Actor, teacher and founder of the Common Stock theatre groupAfter arriving in London in the 1960s as a stage-struck 19-year-old, Frank Whitten, who has died of cancer aged 68, became an insp…

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Trylle Trilogy Film Rights Are Sold by Brooks Barnes

Media Rights Capital, a prominent film financier and production company, has acquired the rights to the book series by Amanda Hocking.

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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New Directors/New Films Video: Denis Villeneuve by Mekado Murphy

In this video, the director Denis Villeneuve discusses his Oscar-nominated film appearing in the New Directors/New Films series, "Incendies."

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Alec Baldwin, Modern Family, South Park, et al. Win Inaugural Comedy Awards by Andy Propst

The Iinaugural Comedy Awards has were held on March 25 at the Hammerstein Ballroom, and will subsequently be broadcast on April 10 on Comedy Central, Spike TV, TV Land, VH1 and Nick At Nite …

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Mayor Bloomberg Spoofs SPIDER-MAN at Inner Circle Charity Event

Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined the ranks of the many comedians who have spoofed SPIDER-MAN in recent months.

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The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to Mamma Mia! by Ken Davenport

A lot of jukebox musicals have come and gone since Mamma Mia! opened on Broadway in 2001. And except for Jersey Boys, which I don't even refer to as a jukebox musical, nothing has come close…

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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The Met has all the fun by Life's A Pitch

On Thursday, I was at a workshop performance of this:...so I missed this:(Via purple DIARY via OperaChic.)...and apparently also a threesome, or so says Alex Ross....

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A Cathartic Breakdown Role For Alice Ripley

Playing Bipolar Woman Is Exhausting Yet Uplifting For Tony-Winning Star Of 'Next To Normal'Alice Ripley can't forget this one face. It was of a man the Tony Award-winning actress didn't know…

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Richard Seff remembers Lanford Wilson and his days at Circle Rep by Richard Seff

Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Lanford Wilson died March 23, 2011, at the age of 73, on the eve the opening night revival of his work Hot l Baltimore at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theat…

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BWW Exclusive: Behind the Scenes with ANYTHING GOES at Good Morning America by Monica Simoes

Roundabout Theatre Company's Anything Goes performed live on ABC's Good Morning America Friday morning. BroadwayWorld spent the morning with the cast of the saucy new Cole Porter production,…

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Still Daisy Eagan After All These Years by Jena Tesse Fox

The youngest female ever to win a Tony award, now all grown up, talks about her new one-woman show at the Laurie Beechman Theater.

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Colin Firth to Return to the West End in BETRAYAL

According to the UK's Daily Mail, Oscar-winner Colin Firth is in talks to appear in the West End for the first time in more than a decade.

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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HOW TO SUCCEED Opens Tonight

Daniel Radcliffe will make his Broadway musical debut as J. Pierrepont Finch in a new production of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical comedy HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOU…

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Trey Parker & Matt Stone by Charlie Rose

Video: Charlie Rose interviews Trey Parker & Matt Stone. The video is 17+ minutes.

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Busts by Life's A Pitch

When we last checked in with friend of Life's a Pitch Inon Barnatan, he was disproving evolution with his pianistic prowess. Now, he's just finished recording a new CD, and he checked in wit…

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Hello Again – Explicit reimagining of LaChiusa’s chamber/bedroom musical by Oscar E. Moore

What’s love got to do with it? Practically nothing in this unsettling and very titillating banquet of fornication served up by director Jack Cummings III

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Youtube Weekend Fave: Paul Newman's Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor

Every weekend I'm going to post some of the youtube clips that I come across that I especially love -- those that give me goosebumps, touch my heart or make me laugh. Elizabeth Taylor died e…

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Musical Numbers of "Grey’s Anatomy," Featuring Tony Winner Sara Ramirez (Video) by Andrew Gans

The March 31 episode of "Grey’s Anatomy" will feature the talents of Tony winner Sara Ramirez. SPOILERS AHEAD: When Callie Torres, played by Ramirez, is injured during a car ac…

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Director Profile #2: Mark Fossen & Some Links by Nicole Stodard

The director-to-director interview series that I began last week on 2amt continues with Mark Fossen, a freelance director in Salt Lake City, UT. Check it out. The current production of The T…

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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A Provocative New Documentary Play on MST — Military Sexual Trauma by Leonard Jacobs

I am really proud to recommend this new play by my dear friend, Donna Fiumano-Farley, to all of you. I met Donna some years ago when we were in the master's theater program together at Hunt…

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A Thought About Daniel Radcliffe Getting That Award by Leonard Jacobs

"Daniel Radcliffe is to be honored by the Trevor Project for his work with the organization to prevent LGBTQ youth suicides." That's great. But I've had a nagging thought about this announ…

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Arts Advocacy Update 163-167: Ah, the Cultural Gift That Keeps on Giving by Leonard Jacobs

The content below is from Americans for the Arts’ Arts Watch email blasts of March 2011 (subscribe to it here). Expressions, opinions and/or comments in italics following each story hig…

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Alvin Ailey troupe delivers 'Revelations' old and new

On its final tour with artistic director Judith Jamison, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performed its signature piece, "Revelations," as well as strong new work at the 5th Avenue The…

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Zany musical 'The Book of Mormon' will convert you

NEW YORK - Many big Broadway musicals like to roll out a lush dream sequence at some point. Few feature Adolf Hitler,...

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Comedy Awards hail Letterman, Fey and 'South Park'

NEW YORK (AP) -- David Letterman, Tina Fey and Louis C.K. were among the laugh-getters honored Saturday night at the first annual Comedy Awards....

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F. Murray Abraham relishes 'Merchant' role by Trose@heraldinteractive.com (daniel Gewertz)

During his 50 years on stage and screen, F. Murray Abraham has portrayed Al Capone, Joseph Stalin, Arnold Rothstein,...

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Choreographer Trisha Brown, on Robert Rauschenberg

Aberdeen-born choreographer Trisha Brown, founder of Trisha Brown Dance Company, remembers her longtime collaborator, American artist Robert Rauschenberg.

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Trisha Brown Dance Company brings familiar favorites, world premiere to Seattle

Trisha Brown Dance Company comes to UW's Meany Hall March 31-April 2, 2011, with a program of older works and a world premiere.

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BWW's On This Day - March 27, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 27 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for March 27, 2011: Mormon Storms Broadway by James Marino

Peter Filichia, Matthew Murray, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss the openings of Book of Mormon, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Ghetto Klown. Continue read…

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Meet the Cast of JERUSALEM Day 12: Molly Ranson

BroadwayWorld presents the cast of the Royal Court Theatre's JERUSALEM on Broadway Today we feature Molly Ranson, who stars as Pea. Learn all about her here...

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Photography show follows Chernobyl’s path

When Time & Tide Fine Art in Ipswich was planning last fall to present “In the Shadow of Disaster: Chernobyl 25 Years Later’’ this spring, the gallery had no idea ̶…

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Chilling reminder by Wendy Killeen

CHILLING REMINDER: Last fall, when Time & Tide Fine Art in Ipswich was planning to present the exhibit “In the Shadow of Disaster: Chernobyl 25 Years Later,’’ this Apri…

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'Sopranos' actress Sciorra swaps TV, film roles for B'way by Joe Dziemianowicz, Daily News Theater Critic

She made her name on film and TV, with credits stretching from "True Love," "Jungle Fever" and "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" to "The Fortunate Pilgrim" and "The Sopranos."

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Nina Arianda shines onstage in 'Born Yesterday' by Joe Dziemianowicz, Daily News Theater Critic

Who's that girl? Watching people pass by the Cort Theatre on W. 48th St., where "Born Yesterday" begins previews on Thursday, you can practically see thought balloons popping up over pedestr…

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Carolines Comedy Club is 'good-luck charm' by Joe Neumaier, Daily News Movie Critic

A cross between Rick's Cafe in "Casablanca" and the holy city of Mecca, only with better waiter service, Carolines Comedy Club has, over 30 years, become an indelible part of New York.

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Carolines hosts Theater District's own March Madness by Joe Neumaier, Daily News Movie Critic

Bring up March Madness and you'll hear things like "Sweet 16," "Final Four" or "basketball's obsessive-compulsive matchup of too many teams in too little time." What don't you hear? "I like …

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Joe Mantello's Full Plate by Harry Haun

The Other Place director Joe Mantello has a lot on his agenda these days — including a rare return to acting.

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THE DVD SHELF: "Upstairs, Downstairs," "Sweet Smell of Success," "Tangled," "Topsy-Turvy," "Dennis the Menace" by Steven Suskin

We screen the iconic television series "Upstairs, Downstairs"; the legendary film "Sweet Smell of Success"; Disney's new musical "Tangled," plus an enhanced…

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THE DVD SHELF: "Upstairs, Downstairs," "Sweet Smell of Success," "Tangled," "Topsy-Turvy," "Dennis the Menace" by Steven Suskin

We screen the iconic television series "Upstairs, Downstairs"; the legendary film "Sweet Smell of Success"; Disney's new musical "Tangled," plus an enhanced…

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"That Grin of Impetuous Youth": How to Succeed Revival, With Daniel Radcliffe, Opens on Broadway by Adam Hetrick

Daniel Radcliffe climbs the ladder from window washer to corporate wunderkind in the 50th anniversary revival of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical How to Succeed in Business Withou…

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Rafta, Rafta..., Comedy About East Indian Ties That Bind, Opens March 27 at Old Globe by Kenneth Jones

Ayub Khan-Din's Rafta, Rafta…, winner of the 2008 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy for its acclaimed run at The National Theatre in London, opens March 27 in a new American produ…

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Tony Winner John Lithgow Stars in Kennedy Center's Trumpet of the Swan March 27 by Andrew Gans

The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) presents The Trumpet of the Swan: A Novel Symphony for two performances only in the Concert Hall March 27 at 2 PM and 5 PM. Joe Calarco directs.

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Today In Theatre History: MARCH 27 by Anne Bradley and Robert Viagas

1924 Long before Madonna sang about Vogueing, there were the Vogues of 1924. This revue at the Shubert Theatre stars Fred Allen and Jimmy Savo. It will run for almost three months.

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ShowPlane adds dinner

The Post-Gazette Broadway ShowPlane, May 18-22, has added a welcoming dinner at the legendary 21 Club and an optional Ellis Island tour with a private guide.

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2Do Calendar

Some things to do this week.

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Gus Schulenburg is awesome (and you can too!) by RVCBard

Gus Schulenburg of Flux Theatre Ensemble made a post about Tulpa, or Anne&Me that reminds me why I love having him in my audience. While good reviews and full houses are great, what really e…

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Baldwin, South Park, Letterman & More Win Comedy Awards; Airs 4/10

The biggest names in comedy were on hand as the winners of the first annual The Comedy Awards were announced by COMEDY CENTRAL during tonight's star studded telecast set to air Sunday, April…

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