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Tina Fey: Online Bullying Makes Her 'Mean Girls' Relevant

Tina Fey: Online Bullying Makes Her 'Mean Girls' Relevant

By John Carucci | Apr 9
Tina Fey had no idea "Mean Girls" would be timelier today than it was 14 years ago. And that makes her a little uneasy.

'Hamilton' Takes 7 Prizes at UK Stage Olivier Awards

'Hamilton' Takes 7 Prizes at UK Stage Olivier Awards

By Jill Lawless | Apr 8
- Historical hip-hop musical "Hamilton" took seven trophies including best new musical at British theater's Olivier Awards, where women's rights activists joined stage stars on the red carpet to support the Time's Up movement.

'Hamilton' Leads Nominations for UK Stage Olivier Awards

'Hamilton' Leads Nominations for UK Stage Olivier Awards

By Jill Lawless | Apr 8
Women's rights activists are due to join stage stars on the red carpet Sunday at British theater's Olivier Awards, where "Hamilton" leads the race for trophies with 13 nominations.

 Review :: Admissions

Review :: Admissions

By Wickham Boyle | Apr 2
Let's admit it, Joshua Harmon is a playwright to follow, stalk and revere.

 Review :: Crystal (Cirque do Soleil)

Review :: Crystal (Cirque do Soleil)

By Adam Brinklow | Apr 2
Cirque du Soleil freezes over in "Crystal," the perennially popular performing troupe's first attempt at an ice-based show.

 Review :: Escape to Margaritaville

Review :: Escape to Margaritaville

By Rob Urbinati | Mar 28
At the very least, the show has a point of view. It celebrates a carefree, laid-back lifestyle on an island paradise where the principal activities are to get drunk, gorge, and, as one of the lyrics suggests, "screw."

Andrew Garfield on Why 'Angels in America' Still Resonates

Andrew Garfield on Why 'Angels in America' Still Resonates

By John Carucci | Mar 26
A bitter optimism is felt at the end of the marathon, two-part AIDS play "Angels in America" and one of its stars, Andrew Garfield, shares some of that hope, especially with so many young people in the #NeverAgain movement demanding gun law changes and be

Tony-Winner Sammy Williams from 'A Chorus Line' Dies at 69

Tony-Winner Sammy Williams from 'A Chorus Line' Dies at 69

By Mark Kennedy | Mar 22
Sammy Williams, who won a Tony Award in the original Broadway production of "A Chorus Line," has died. He was 69.

Producer: Show Goes on for Broadway Version of 'Mockingbird'

Producer: Show Goes on for Broadway Version of 'Mockingbird'

By Jay Reeves | Mar 15
A Broadway production of Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" is still set to open this year despite a lawsuit filed by the estate of the author, an attorney for the producer said.

Harper Lee Estate Sues Over 'Mockingbird' Broadway Version

Harper Lee Estate Sues Over 'Mockingbird' Broadway Version

By Jay Reeves | Mar 15
The estate of "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee has filed suit over an upcoming Broadway adaptation of the novel, arguing that screenwriter Aaron Sorkin's script wrongly alters Atticus Finch and other characters from the book.

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