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  • Broadway Box Office: Neil Patrick Harris Looks Legendary in 'Hedwig' Launch

    If it were possible to gauge a Broadway musical's box office prospects from a single performance alone, then Neil Patrick Harris' turn in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" looks legendary. But we'll have to, ahem, wait for it if we want to know for sure...
  • Broadway Box Office: Carole King, Neil Patrick Harris Turn Ticketbuyers' Heads

    Famous faces helped keep some Broadway titles buoyant in an ebb-tide week, as Neil Patrick Harris, Denzel Washington, Bryan Cranston and -- indirectly -- Carole King pumped interest in their respective shows. Harris, for one, proved that the boffo...
  • Artistic director Craig Uppercue sees Athens Theatre up its game with 'Les Miz'

     Artistic director Craig Uppercue sees Athens Theatre up its game with 'Les Miz'
    A barricade of tables, chairs, other furniture and odds and ends piles up onstage at the Athens Theatre in DeLand. Delicate lighting sets the mood. A half-dozen musicians tug at the heartstrings as they mournfully play. Before long, more than 40 actors...
  • Anne Hathaway sings rap songs Broadway-style with Jimmy Fallon

    Anne Hathaway sings rap songs Broadway-style with Jimmy Fallon
    Anne Hathaway has yet to make good on her oft-professed desire to perform in a Broadway musical. Her Oscar-winning turn as Fantine in the 2012 movie version of "Les Miserables" showed that she has the singing chops. And if we need more proof, the...
  • Norm Lewis inducted into Edgewater High Hall of Fame in Orlando

    Norm Lewis inducted into Edgewater High Hall of Fame in Orlando
    I gave Tony-nominee Norm Lewis a piece of my mind Saturday for holding out on me over the news of his historic casting as the title character in Broadway's "Phantom of the Opera." Well... not really. I was too busy congratulating Lewis, who grew up in...
  • 'Book of Mormon,' 'Chimerica' Score at London's Olivier Awards

    North London's 326-seat, not-for-profit Almeida Theater was the runaway winner at the 2014 Olivier Awards, along with the West End version of the Broadway hit "The Book of Mormon." The Almeida and Headlong co-production of Lucy Kirkwood's new play...
  • Broadway Box Office: Daniel Radcliffe Walks Tall in 'The Cripple of Inishmaan'

    Daniel Radcliffe made a little Broadway box office magic last week, pulling in robust numbers in the first two previews of "The Cripple of Inishmaan" during a frame that saw springtime sales and attendance rise overall. For many non-musical plays, the...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Phantom of the Opera,' 'Cinderella' Get All Hopped Up on Easter

    The Easter Bunny brought a whopper of a basket to Broadway last week, as the overlap of the holiday with Gotham schools' spring break schedule resurrected sales so boffo they wouldn't be out of place during the year-end yuletide weeks that are the Rialto'...
  • 'Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder' Slays the Competition in the Outer Critics Awards Nominations

    "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" led the pack of 2013-14 nominations from the Outer Critics Circle Awards, nabbing 11 nods and placing it ahead of a list of competitors that includes Disney Theatrical Prods.' "Aladdin" (eight noms), Off Broadway's...
  • David Foster Wallace Estate Disavows Jason Segel-Jesse Eisenberg Biopic

    David Foster Wallace's estate is displeased with the upcoming "The End of the Tour," starring Jason Segel as the late author, and has disavowed the biopic. "The David Foster Wallace Literary Trust, David's family, and David's longtime publisher Little,...
  • Malcolm Morrison, Director And Former Dean of Hartt School Dead At 73

    Malcolm Morrison, who expanded the Hartt School at the University of Hartford in size and scope, died Friday at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford after a long battle wirh cancer. He was 73 and lived in West Hartford with his wife of 42 years, actress and...