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  • 'Side Show' revision on Broadway earns praise from critics

    "Side Show" returned to Broadway on Monday in a revised version helmed by "Dreamgirls" filmmaker Bill Condon. The musical flopped in 1997 but still managed to earn plaudits and devoted fans for its story about conjoined sisters who perform in a freak show.
  • BROADWAY REVIEW: 'Side Show' at St. James Theatre

    BROADWAY REVIEW: 'Side Show' at St. James Theatre
    NEW YORK — "Come look at the freaks," goes the accusatory opening number of "Side Show," the eclectic and enticing 1997 musical from Bill Russell and Henry Krieger that looks at the struggles of conjoined twins, each eager to escape the carnival,...

    In 'Birdman,' Broadway's St. James Theatre plays itself

    In 'Birdman,' Broadway's St. James Theatre plays itself
    "Birdman," the latest movie from director Alejandro González Iñárritu, is generating significant awards buzz for its comeback leading man, Michael Keaton,  and a supporting cast that includes Edward Norton, Emma Stone, Amy Ryan and Naomi Watts. One of...

    Sherlock Holmes to Remain in Public Domain After Supreme Court Declines Case

    The Supreme Court declined to take a case brought by the estate of Arthur Conan Doyle that challenged whether the character of Sherlock Holmes was in the public domain. The high court's non-action means author Leslie Klinger does not have to pay...

    Broadway Box Office: Hugh Jackman Flexes His Muscle in 'The River'

    Hugh Jackman made it rain at the Broadway box office last week, as the initial performances of his topliner "The River" yielded the kind of numbers that'd be encouraging for a sizeable musical, much less an intimate three-character play in one of...