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Once (musical)

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  • Toronto Film Review: 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'

    With its cutesy title, John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?" distracts from the real question looming over the "Once" director's latest blend of romance, music and dreams: Can Keira Knightley sing? Based on the available evidence, the answer to...
  • Cast Set For National Tour Of 'Once'

    Cast Set For National Tour Of 'Once'
    Stuart Ward will be the guy and Dani De Waal the girl is the national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical “Once,” which will play the Shubert Theater in New Haven in Feb. 26 to March 2. The tour of the romantic musical opens at the...
  • 'Miss Saigon' Missing Passion Of A Great Love Story

    'Miss Saigon' Missing Passion Of A Great Love Story
    The show: "Miss Saigon" at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford. What makes it special?: This is a homegrown production made by four presenting houses, including the Bushnell. First impressions?: Has it been 22 years since "Miss...
  • Beautiful 'Once' is ready for a big room

    Beautiful 'Once' is ready for a big room
    "Once," the beautiful Broadway musical based on the 2007 movie starring Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, finally arrives in Chicago next week; the stand at the Oriental Theatre is the first big-city stop for the first national tour, which is working...
  • West End Review: 'The Light Princess'

    The phrase that most fully captures the National Theater's long-awaited fairytale tuner "The Light Princess," the latest production from director Marianne Elliott ("War Horse"), is "ceaselessly diverting." That's not entirely a compliment, since the...
  • 2013 Emmy Music Cheat Sheet

    MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A SERIES "Arrested Development" David Schwartz › Two previous noms › Episode: "Flight of the Phoenix" › Series' signature Tahitian ukelele, jazzy themes return; rare score nod for a comedy "The Borgias" Trevor Morris (1)...
  • Autumn theater sneak peek: 50 shows for the next few months

    Autumn theater sneak peek: 50 shows for the next few months
    As the days grow shorter and the temperatures drop, the theater scene offers its own bountiful fall harvest. From heirlooms to hybrids, homegrown treats to intriguing imports, the list below highlights just a few of the toothsome possibilities on the...
  • 'How I Met Your Mother': Top of the charts, Ma!

    'How I Met Your Mother': Top of the charts, Ma!
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  • Tony Awards 2013: How to campaign? It's not like the Oscars

    Tony Awards 2013: How to campaign? It's not like the Oscars
    For four days last month, Broadway's impresarios met with stage producers from around the country for what's known as the "road conference," a series of events showcasing the season's offerings. The panels and parties were ostensibly thrown to help...
  • 'Once' and 'Evita' coming to Chicago next fall

    'Once' and 'Evita' coming to Chicago next fall
    The first national tour of "Once," the Tony Award-winning musical based on the movie of the same name about an Irish street musican and his Czech angel, is headed to Chicago. "Once" will play the Oriental Theatre (24 W. Randolph St.) for three weeks,...
  • Dramas seem tailor made for screen, and that's problematic

    Dramas seem tailor made for screen, and that's problematic
    One of the downsides of our ascendant era of writerly TV drama — wherein networks are constantly luring away playwrights with big checks — is that new plays by young authors now often feel more like spec treatments or screenplays than juicy...