Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Chad Deity, Angels, Borle, Metcalf Are Lortel Winners by Kenneth Jones

Winners of the 2011 Lucille Lortel Awards, representing excellence Off-Broadway, were announced on May 1. Christian Borle of Peter and the Starcatcher and Laurie Metcalf of The Other Place a…

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Theater Review | 'The School for Lies': Glittering Opprobrium in Iambic Pentameter by Charles Isherwood

David Ives’s “School for Lies,” at Classic Stage Company, is a glittering, freewheeling rewrite of Molière’s “Misanthrope.”

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Experts predict Tony Award nominations by Sitemail@goldderby.com

On the eve of Tony Awards nominees being unveiled next Tuesday, Gold Derby has rounded up predictions from top gurus, including Melissa Bernardo (Entertainment Weekly), Martin Denton (NYThea…

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Will Drama Desk Awards continue to snub their nominated off-Broadway shows? by Sitemail@goldderby.com

It is no surprise that six of the top seven shows nominated for this year's Drama Desk Awards are from Broadway. Despite touting themselves as kudos that celebrate all avenues of New Yor…

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First Broadway staging of 'The Normal Heart' receives extraordinary reviews by Sitemail@goldderby.com

The first Broadway production of Larry Kramer's landmark 1985 play "The Normal Heart" opened on Wednesday to rave reviews. This staging stems from a charity reading last fall a…

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'Sister Act,' 'Motherf***er With a Hat' lead Outer Critics Circle nominations by Sitemail@goldderby.com

One week before the nominations for the Tony Awards are announced, the Outer Critics Circle have weighed in with the contenders for their kudos. Members of the group covering the Gotham thea…

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'The House of Blue Leaves' not as golden as 1986 Broadway smash by Sitemail@goldderby.com

The second rialto production of John Guare's dark comedy "The House of Blue Leaves" opened Monday to respectful reviews. While most of the critics lauded the performers, they f…

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'Born Yesterday' - Classic Comedy Is Born Again on Broadway by Broadway Bulletin

IN A SMASHING BROADWAY DEBUT NINA ARIANDA TAKES POSSESSION OF ONE OF THE THEATRE'S MOST ENDEARING CHARACTERS By HENRY EDWARDS In 1946, Judy Holliday's portrayal of "breathtakingly beautiful,…

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Theater review: 'Let Me Down Easy' at the Lyceum Stage

The documentary writer-performer looks intently at America once again, this time through the context of its healthcare system. The documentary writer-performer looks intently at America once…

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Feature: Stage Mothers by Dan Bacalzo

TheaterMania celebrates Mother's Day with a look at the mothers in 15 Broadway shows, including The Addams Family, Anything Goes, Good People, Mamma Mia!, and Wonderland.

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Review: The Shaughraun by David Finkle

The Irish Repertory Theatre serves up a worthwhile production of Dion Boucicault's rarely-seen 19th-century melocomedy.

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Review: The School for Lies by Andy Propst

Classic Stage Company serves up a delightful production of David Ives' reworking of Moliere's The Misanthrope.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Tony Award Prognosticator Strikes Again by Martin/nytheatre.com

Once again Tom O’Neil of Gold Derby has asked me to participate in the fun and exciting game of guessing who will be nominated for Tony Awards. This is, I think, the 5th year he’…

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Another Shaw classic is brilliantly rethought at Writers’ Theatre

At the very moment director Michael Halberstam is at Lincoln Center Theater, preparing for Saturday’s New York premiere of “A Minister’s Wife” (the musical based on George Bernard Sh…

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AGNES OF GOD • Avalon Theatre Company by Andrea

I had only seen the movie version of this play, so when I found out that Avalon was doing it, I couldn't wait to see it.Okay, so you've got this young nun, Sister Agnes, who's been found pas…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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TT: Just because

Louis Armstrong and the All Stars play "Muskrat Ramble" on TV in 1958. The band includes Edmond Hall on clarinet,...

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TT: Almanac

"It is essential for people who practice no regular profession to take long holidays from their own lives. A man...

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TT: All done (for now)

Philadelphia's Center City Opera Theater gave its final performance of Danse Russe on Saturday night. The next day I was...

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Sneak Peek at Set Designs "Hairspray" Engeman Theatre by Broadway World News Desk

Set Designs by Bottari and Case (Lortel Winners, Drama Desk Nominees) for a unit set design for "Hairspray" to be produced by the John Engeman Theatre in Long Island.

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School For Lies by David Ives, directed by Walter Bobbie, Classic Stage by Yvonne Korshak

... triple play ... What a romp! What sheer fun! Moliere would have loved The School For Lies . And what a record, three for three, for Classic Stage and David Ives: 2009: Classic Stage prod…

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NY Review: 'The School for Lies' by David Sheward

David Ives puts a modern spin on a classic of weight and size, and you'll never find a more enchanting "School for Lies."

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PRE-WAR GHOSTS by Matt Windman

Donna Murphy s comic delivery and powerhouse voice are on full display. Unfortunately the play as a whole is nothing to sing about.

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Drama Desk praises 'Mormon'

Legit News: Musical takes 12 noms; 'Anything Goes' scores 10 -- Drama Desk nominators turned up the awards heat on Broadway tuner "The Book of Mormon," tapping the musical for an even dozen …

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Theater Review | 'One-Third of a Nation': A Depression-Era Protest Ripped From the Headlines by Ken Jaworowski

“One-Third of a Nation,” a play about housing written for the Living Newspaper unit of the Federal Theater Project, still proves timely in the Metropolitan Playhouse’s revival.

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From Starry-Eyed to Star by Melena Ryzik

Arian Moayed, appearing on Broadway in “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” also has his hand in many other projects, including productions at Waterwell, where he is artistic director.

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An Actor on Several Stages

A look at the actor Arian Moayed’s first directing project, called “Goodbar.”

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Me Cheeta's blueprint for standup | Brian Logan by Brian Logan

I've just read Me Cheeta by James Lever, and it's made me think: why can't standup comedy be performed by monkeys? The weaknesses, but mainly strengths, of this novel are not irrelevant to t…

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Desert Crossings by Judith Mackrell

Marine Theatre, Lyme RegisFriday may have universally been branded Kate and Wills day, but it was also Unesco World Day of Dance 2011. And down at the Lyme Regis Fossil festival, in among th…

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The Crowd's at El Morocco: The Heyday of the New York Nightclubs by Erik Haagensen

Clocking in at a bloated two and a half hours, this tribute to New York City nightclubs never manages to escape from meander mode, despite a few high points.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Born Yesterday by Carey Purcell

Appearances are deceiving in the revival of Born Yesterday, currently in performances at the Cort Theater. The opulent set (designed by John Lee Beatty) filled with rich colors and golden to…

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Clegg the musical – politics to dance to

Nicked, charting the forming the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition and the travails for the Lib Dem leader that follow, gets its premiere this week with hopes of a move to the West End

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CHART TOPPERS: Most-Read Playbill.com Stories, Week of April 17-23 by Michael C. Gioia

Here are the most-read Playbill.com stories for the week of April 17-23, 2011, from information compiled by Playbill.com High Hits a Low: Broadway Drama Will Close April 24. STAGE TO SCREENS…

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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (CD Review) by Wendy Caster

According to the invaluable StageGrade, the Broadway musical Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown received an average grade of C- from a total of 31 critics. While it's clear that Women…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Special Sunday Post: A social and seminars in MINNEAPOLIS! by Ken Davenport

Hey all you Mall-of-American, ice-fishing, theater-loving folks in Minneapolis, I'm coming to town. Wanna hang out? Because I'm throwing a social, just like the fun ones we've had in New Yor…

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Quebec's theatre artists to Ontarians: Stop Harper by J. Kelly Nestruck

While the arts haven't played a key role in this election, a group of theatre artists in Quebec hope that they can.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Who’s Eligible? A Look at the Shows and Performers Hoping for 2011 Tony Nominations by Ben Pesner

To help you get ready for our live webcast of the 2011 Tony Award® nominations on May 3, we thought you would enjoy seeing a list of some of the shows and performers who are eligible for To…

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Reconciling Italian-American Styles

With John Patrick Shanley's Romantic Comedy, A Slice of Amore to GoTo millions, "The Godfather," "The Sopranos" and "Jersey Shore" have defined provocatively in popular culture what it's lik…

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A Look at the New Cirque du Soleil Show, Zarkana by Michael C. Gioia

Cirque du Soleil’s new acrobatic spectacle, Zarkana, is set to play Radio City Music Hall in summer 2011. Performances will begin June 9 and run until Sept. 4. The world premiere of th…

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NYC museums see record attendence by Meredith Kolodner, Daily News Staff Writer

New Yorkers and tourists are lining up at city museums in record numbers, but the boost won't be enough to make up for the plunge in government and corporate funding, Crain's New York Busine…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Review: SISTER ACT

Sister Act answers the question theatre queens everywhere have been asking for generations, "what if nuns had sequins?" This show has more sequined habits than either Nunsense’s …

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George Hunka, “Word Made Flesh: Philosophy, Eros, and Contemporary Tragic Drama” by Marshall Poe, Marshallpoe@gmail.com

George Hunka’s book Word Made Flesh: Philosophy, Eros, and Contemporary Tragic Drama (Eyecorner Press, 2011) offers a series of challenges, provocations and meditations on Theatre (wit…

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Porchlight’s intimate and classy ‘The King and I’ breathes life into a well-worn classic by Bob [cta]

You know The King and I, right? I mean, we all do. When I saw this title on Porchlight’s season announcement last year, I have to admit I rolled my eyes a little. Well, see Porchlight Musi…

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Spotlight | South Orange: The Joys and the Perils of Parenthood, Set to Music by Tammy La Gorce

“Rated P,” a new musical written by Sandy Rustin, runs May 5 to 8 at the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

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Possessed: Mystery Worker by David Colman

Felix Barrett, the artistic director of Punchdrunk, the British experimental theater troupe, likes enigma. As his wedding approached, that was a good thing.

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Theater Review | New Jersey: When Twin Towers Were a Dream by Anita Gates

Matt Schatz’s play about the designing of the World Trade Center comes with a shadow of doom and futility.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Convicted Livent Execs Argue For New Trial

"Theatre heavyweights Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb argued at trial, and continue to argue on appeal, that some of their accounting staff perpetrated the fraud without their knowledge."…

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The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to Chicago on Broadway. by Ken Davenport

Of the ten longest running shows in Broadway history, only one of them is a revival. You guessed it! Chicago. Chicago should also go down in the record books as being one of the best produce…

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STAGE TUBE: Watch ABC's B'way Backstage: Spring Preview

This weekend, WABC-TV aired a half-hour special on the best of the new Broadway season, including ANYTHING GOES, ARCADIA, THE BOOK OF MORMON, GHETTO KLOWN, THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES, THE IMPO…

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Livent Co-Founders to Appeal Convictions

On March 25th 2009, theater mogulas Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb were convicted on fraud and forgery charges. Justice Mary Lou Benotto of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toron…

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This Week on Broadway for May 1, 2011: Sisters, Normal, Baby, Born, Blue by James Marino

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantier, Lucky and The Mick and James Marino discuss Sister Act, The Normal Heart, Baby It's You, Born Yesterday and House of Blue Leaves.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for May 1, 2011: Sisters, Normal, Baby, Born, Blue by James Marino

Notes and links for the podcast. Panel: Peter Filichia | peter@broadwayradio.com | Facebook James Marino | james@broadwayradio.com | Twitter | Facebook Michael Porta…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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on privilege in social justice circles by RVCBard

We have heard entirely too much from men about women and gender, from whites about people of color, from heterosexuals about lesbians and gays and sexual preference, and from economically ov…

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SPOTLIGHT ON NY POPS: Aaron Lazar by Pat Cerasaro

In a very short time since his Broadway debut roughly ten years ago, Aaron Lazar has crafted a particularly impressive career consisting of a striking series featured and leading roles in ev…

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Bryan Cranston Joins ROCK OF AGES FIlm

Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is set to play the mayor in the upcoming Rock of Ages film, to be directed by Shankman and based on the Broadway musical, according to Deadline.com. Cranston wi…

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LA CAGE AUX FOLLES Plays Final Show 5/1

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, the 2010 Tony Award winner for Best Revival of a Musical, will play its final Broadway performance on Sunday, May 1 at 300 PM at the Longacre Theatre 220 West 48th Street…

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STAGE TUBE: Christie Brinkley Visits 'The View'

Supermodel Christie Brinkley made her Broadway debut April 8 as Roxie Hart in CHICAGO at the Ambassador Theatre and recently sat down on The View to talk about how she landed the role and th…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Christie Brinkley Chats About Chicago at "The View" (Video) by Michael C. Gioia

Supermodel Christie Brinkley made her Broadway debut April 8 as Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago at the Ambassador Theatre. Brinkley sat down with the ladies of “The View” to ta…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Donna Murphy tries to balance stage and motherhood by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- Donna Murphy remembers coming across a blog post this winter reporting that she was returning to Broadway in a Holocaust musical....

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Director Julie Taymor honored at NY film festival

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -- Despite the troubles with Broadway's "Spider-Man," for director Julie Taymor, "Failure is Impossible."...

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Theater Review: LITTLE ME (L.A. – Glendale) by Tony Frankel

HOW THE HELL DO THEY DO IT? Ah, celebrity. If you think that the headlining of television stars in Broadway musicals is a new phenomenon, check out the action in the early 1960s: brassy redh…

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Critic's Notebook: Who really owns Gershwin?

Recent recordings of George Gershwin's concert works and 'Porgy and Bess' may not be Americans' idea of Gershwin — but is Gershwin, played with love and care and imagination."Who says …

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Theater Review: HOUSE OF THE RISING SON and THE CHINESE MASSACRE (ANNOTATED) by Tom Jacobson (L.A. – Atwater Village) by Harvey Perr

THE TALENTED MR. JACOBSON Tom Jacobson is nothing if not ambitious. He is not only the most prolific Los Angeles playwright of the moment, but he is the one, given the astonishing record of …

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Theater Review: THE CHINESE MASSACRE (ANNOTATED) (L.A. – Atwater Village) by Tony Frankel

THE WILD, WILD BRECHTIAN WEST The Chinese Massacre (Annotated), Tom Jacobson’s rousing new play, is like a fun day at Disneyland. Jacobson chronicles the 1871 lynching of 18 Chinese men by…

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Becky Ann Baker by Adaumbelle

Becky Ann Baker discusses Manhattan Theatre's production of "Good People" as well as other everyday details of her life and career!

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BWW's On This Day - May 1, 2011

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 1 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Broadway in Stoneham by Wendy Killeen

BROADWAY IN STONEHAM: The Stoneham Theatre presents the musical “42nd Street’’ Thursday through May 29.

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A dapper dancer turns 100 with a twirl around the floor by Karen Campbell, Globe Correspondent

Floyd Crellin celebrated his 100th birthday by taking an impressive spin around the dance floor, gently leading his partner through the steps and spins of a lyrical waltz. He’s been da…

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Leslie Kritzer Returns to Joe's Pub in BEAUTIFUL DISASTER, 5/1-2 by Bww News Desk

She came, she sang, she conquered Broadway's Leslie Kritzer returns to Joe's Pub in an all-new show co-written by Randy Blair and Leslie Kritzer with music director Vadim Feichtner, called L…

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Laura Benanti, Marc Kudisch, et al. Set for BENEFIT X, 5/1 by Bww News Desk

Renowned investigative theatre company The Civilians celebrates its 10th season of creating new work with BENEFIT X - an evening of stage and screen stars performing the songs of Michael Fri…

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Kevin Kline, Lily Rabe, et al. to Present at Lortel Awards by Bww News Desk

The Lucille Lortel Awards announced today the details for the 26th Annual Lortel Awards Reception amp Ceremony. The Awards Ceremony will be held on May 1, 2011 at 7 p.m. EST at NYU Skirball …

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Review: Sampled Festival – The Junction by Eleanor Turney

Sampled at The Junction, Day 1: This is just to say, How To Be A Leader, Dreams of a House High on a Hill and Death Drive. The Junction is a lovely space, in rather inauspicious surroundings…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for May 1, 2011: Sisters, Normal, Baby, Born, Blue by James Marino

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantier, Lucky and The Mick and James Marino discuss Sister Act, The Normal Heart, Baby It's You, Born Yesterday and House of Blue Leaves. Continue reading →

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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House of Blue Leaves by Carey Purcell

Dark comedy is a fine art, and it’s easy to miss the mark when attempting to achieve it. Sadly, the Broadway revival of House of Blue Leaves only achieves the first of the two adjetives. D…

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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PHOTO CALL: Corbin Bleu, Amy Yasbeck, Melora Hardin and More at L.A. Burn The Floor Opening by Krissie Fullerton

The hit ballroom dance extravaganza Burn the Floor opened at L.A.'s Pantages Theatre April 26. Corbin Bleu, Amy Yasbeck, Melora Hardin and more were in attendance.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Alison Fraser, Mamie Gummer, Hamish Linklater Star in David Ives' "Misanthropic" School for Lies by Kenneth Jones

Mamie Gummer, Hamish Linklater and two-time Tony Award nominee Alison Fraser star in David Ives' new comedy The School for Lies, inspired by Molière's The Misanthrope, opening…

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Lortel Winners Will Be Revealed May 1; Off-Broadway Nominees Include Edie Falco, Christian Borle and More by Kenneth Jones

The 2011 Lucille Lortel Awards, honoring excellence in Off-Broadway theatre for 2010-11, will be handed out May 1 at NYU's Skirball Center. The ceremony has a theme of "Off-Broadway…

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Let Her Entertain You: Tony Winner Laura Benanti Plays Feinstein's May 1 by Andrew Gans

Tony Award winner Laura Benanti, most recently on Broadway in the new musical Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, plays Feinstein's at Loews Regency May 1 at 8:30 PM with an encor…

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Tony-Winning Rock Musical Passing Strange Tunes Up at New Rep May 1 by Adam Hetrick

Cheo Bourne and Cliff Odle navigate life's musical travelogue in the New Repertory Theatre production of the Tony Award-winning musical Passing Strange, which begins performances May 1 i…

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Leslie Kritzer Is a Beautiful Disaster at Joe's Pub May 1-3 by Andrew Gans and Adam Hetrick

Broadway singer-actress Leslie Kritzer, recently seen Off-Broadway in the musical revue Newsical, returns to Joe's Pub May 1 with an all-new show.

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Broadway's La Cage aux Folles Closes May 1 by Andrew Gans

The Tony Award-winning revival of La Cage aux Folles plays its final performance at the Longacre Theatre May 1 at 3 PM. When it closes, the production will have played 433 performances and 1…

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Curtains Up! Kander and Ebb Musical Opens at the Paper Mill May 1 by Andrew Gans

The Paper Mill Playhouse production of the Peter Stone, Rupert Holmes, John Kander and Fred Ebb musical Curtains officially opens May 1 at 7 PM. The production, which began previews Apr…

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Out of the Habit: Divine Sister Ends Off-Broadway Run May 1 by Andrew Gans

Charles Busch's acclaimed comedy The Divine Sister plays its final performance at the SoHo Playhouse May 1 at 3 PM.

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Today In Theatre History: MAY 1 by David Gewirtzman and Robert Viagas, Ernio Hernandez and Anne Bradley

1922 Comedy team Potash and Perlmutter are Partners Again. The show plays beyond the season at the Selwyn Theatre.

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ON THE RECORD: David Yazbek's Women On the Verge of Nervous Breakdown, William Finn's "Songs of Innocence & Experience" by Steven Suskin

We listen to the Broadway cast album of David Yazbek's Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, plus Lisa Howard's "Songs of Innocence & Experience: The Music of William F…

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NYC's Irish Rep Revives Classic Shaughraun, Opening May 1 by Kenneth Jones

Irish Repertory Theatre opens a return revival of Dion Boucicault's ripe 19th-century comic melodrama The Shaughraun May 1 on the company's Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage. Pre…

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Ellis and May Lead ANTHEM: THE CONCERT 5/1

Queen legend Brian May and West End and Broadway singing sensation Kerry Ellis are to perform the live version of their hit album, ANTHEMS, in a special Royal Albert Hall concert next Spring…

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Comedy revue taps into liberal angst, and, unsurprisingly, takes aim at the right

NEW YORK -- In a grungy basement comedy club on West 46th Street, Elon James White, 32, bursts onstage in a hooded sweat shirt, hip-hopistan baseball cap askew, and lobs an opening joke abou…

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