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  • Westport Actor Joins Cast Of Broadway's "Newsies"

    Westport Actor Joins Cast Of  Broadway's "Newsies"
    Adam Kaplan, a Westport native who worked at the Westport Country Playhousse, is casrt in the Briuadway production of "Newsies." Fresh out of college from Elon University, Kaplan joins the ensemble and plays the part of Morris Delacey
  • Cheshire's Jonny Orsini To Receive Dorothy Loudon Award

    Cheshire's Jonny Orsini To Receive Dorothy Loudon Award
    Cheshire’s Jonny Orsini, who is featured opposite Nathan Lane in Broadway’s “The Nance,” won TheaterWorld’s Dorothy Loudon Award for excellence in the theater on or off-Broadway. TheaterWorld annually honors debut...
  • Julie Andrews Stages Goodspeed Show

    Julie Andrews Stages Goodspeed Show
    Julie Andrews is wearing a white cap with the word "Think" embroidered on it as she sits down to tea in the Victorian parlor of the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam. The star of iconic and beloved musicals and films such as "My Fair Lady," "Camelot,"...
  • Acting Like A Kid: Some Helpful Advice From One Who Knows

    Acting Like A Kid: Some Helpful Advice From One Who Knows
    You can't swing a critic around Times Square without hitting some kid who's featured, if not starring, in a Broadway show. This fact was abundantly clear in the opening number of June's Tony Awards show when young cast members of "Annie," "Matilda,"...
  • Broadway musical 'Newsies' turns quick profit for Disney

    In bygone days "extra, extra" is what newspaper hawkers used to shout to sell copies. Now it's what the Walt Disney Co. is adding to its bottom line, with word that "Newsies, the Musical," about turn-of-the-20th century paperboys who go on strike, has...
  • Tomorrow looking bright for 'Annie'

    Tomorrow looking bright for 'Annie'
    Everyone's first "Annie" should be at a venerable venue like the Paramount Theatre in Aurora, which opened for business in 1931, right when "Little Orphan Annie" mania was at its peak. The historic theater on the Fox River was built just one year after...
  • On New York stages, a year full of letdowns

    The year 2012, as Queen Elizabeth II might have said, was quite the annus horribilis on Broadway. Especially after the leaves started to turn. Consider the less-than-regal disappointments. "The Anarchist," the polemical new play by David Mamet, closed...
  • Harvey Fierstein's New Play Sets Broadway Run

    "Casa Valentina," the new play by "Kinky Boots" book writer Harvey Fierstein, has locked in a Broadway bow this spring in a production directed by "Wicked" helmer Joe Mantello. World premiere production fills out the 2013-14 Rialto season for Manhattan...
  • Broadway Box Office: September Doldrums Dog Sales

    It was the same old song of September at the Broadway box office last week -- pretty much the same verse as the prior frame, as Rialto sales held generally steady with minor upticks at several individual titles. The weeks immediately following Labor...
  • “Smash” Season 2 brings changes, Jennifer Hudson

     
    When the second season of Smash premieres on NBC Tuesday night (Feb. 5, 9pm ET), fans of the first season might feel like they are watching an entirely different show. And with new producers, actors — including Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson —...
  • Dance Moms Season 3 Episode 14 recap: Cathy Major, Asia Minor

     
    Quick prayer to launch this week’s recap, Dance Moms nation, because I feel it is required. At least for me. Dear sweet Jesus and the gods of dance, please let this Asia thing I know is coming be a one-or-two-episode Asia thing I know is coming,...