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  • Craig Zadan, Neil Meron to Produce Oscar Show Again

    Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have been set to produce their third consecutive Oscar show, which will be held Feb. 22. The producers will next choose the host, but no word yet on whether Ellen DeGeneres will repeat, or if the duo will pick someone new....
  • L.A. theater openings, April 20-27: 'Man in a Case' and more

    L.A. theater openings, April 20-27: 'Man in a Case' and more
    Baryshnikov does Chekov in "Man in a Case" at the Broad Stage. Plus, a Pulitzer Prize winner: D.L. Colburn’s “The Gin Game” at Little Fish Theatre. Dr. Keeling’s Curve Mike Farrell portrays the scientist who first sounded the...
  • Daniel Radcliffe gets raves for 'Cripple of Inishmaan' on Broadway

    Daniel Radcliffe returned to Broadway on Sunday with the official opening of Martin McDonagh's "The Cripple of Inishmaan" at the Cort Theatre in New York. The drama is the third Broadway outing for Radcliffe, who performed in the play last year in a...
  • 'Fiddler' at Neuqua Valley features live music

    'Fiddler' at Neuqua Valley features live music
    Neuqua Valley High School students are reaching new heights this weekend with their production of the 1964 classic musical "Fiddler on the Roof." "Our production has a variety of talented students, from ambitious freshmen to seasoned seniors," said...
  • Review: Paul Robeson's roots examined in 'Tallest Tree in the Forest'

    Review: Paul Robeson's roots examined in 'Tallest Tree in the Forest'
    Multi-hyphenated celebrities are all the rage these days, but none can match the gravitas of Paul Robeson. Singer, classical actor and civil rights activist, Robeson (1898-1976) had given up a career in law to pursue the stage after distinguishing...
  • 'The Book Of Mormon' Scores Top Honors at D.C.'s Helen Hayes Awards

    A touring production of Broadway hit "The Book of Mormon" and local revivals of "Hello Dolly!" and "Glengarry Glen Ross" were each multiple winners April 21 at the Helen Hayes Awards, the D.C. area's annual theater kudofest. "Dolly," a co-production of...
  • '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...
  • Broadway Review: 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' Starring Neil Patrick Harris

    The screaming starts when a bespangled Neil Patrick Harris parachutes onstage in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" and doesn't stop until he's back in his dressing room. That's the kind of rock-star performance he gives in this spectacular revival -- helmed...
  • 'An Act of God,' Based on a David Javerbaum Book, Gears Up for Broadway

    Producer Jeffrey Finn ("Seminar," "Scandalous," "Dead Accounts") will shepherd new play "An Act of God" to Broadway, where the show -- based on David Javerbaum's book "The Last Testament: A Memoir By God" -- aims to open in 2015. Creative team for the...
  • Neil Patrick Harris Wanted the Heels Higher for Broadway's 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'

    You could forgive John Cameron Mitchell for feeling a sense of ownership of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," the 1998 musical he and Stephen Trask wrote. He also created the title role, and played it in the subsequent movie version. But Mitchell had...
  • Shakespeare's 450th birthday: Inner-city Bard, 'Chickspeare' and more

    William Shakespeare's 450th birthday falls on Wednesday, per historians' best reckoning in the absence of ironclad documentation. It’s time to remember that “in delay there lies no plenty,” as the Bard told us in “Twelfth Night,&...