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  • Bradley Cooper taking 'The Elephant Man' to London in May

    Bradley Cooper taking 'The Elephant Man' to London in May
    Bradley Cooper, riding high on the dual successes of "American Sniper" in cinemas and "The Elephant Man" on Broadway, will soon be heading to London, where he will open the stage production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket for a limited run starting in...
  • S. Florida native reflects on production of 'Rent' in Cuba

    S. Florida native reflects on production of 'Rent' in Cuba
    Three nights a week since Christmas Eve, an all-Cuban cast of performers has danced and belted out songs, bringing the American rock musical, "Rent," to life in Havana. As they perform in Spanish to sold-out audiences at the Bertolt Brecht Theatre,...
  • 'Bent Broadway' bends gender

    'Bent Broadway' bends gender
    The director listened to the six women rehearse a song on the stage at the No Square Theatre and buried his face in his hands. "I'm hearing pretty singing that's lacking testosterone," said director Joe Lauderdale, who sits on the Laguna Beach theater's...
  • NCC play about art to be performed at Allentown Art Museum

    It seems fitting that "Red," a play about art and an artist, should be performed at Allentown Art Museum. John Logan's Tony Award-winning play about painter Mark Rothko will be presented by the Northampton Community College Theater Department Thursday,...
  • Husband and wife (she's a Rollins grad) tour in 'Newsies,' coming to Orlando

     Husband and wife (she's a Rollins grad) tour in 'Newsies,' coming to Orlando
    When Steve Blanchard and Meredith Inglesby met in 2005, he was having serious trouble controlling his temper. She was more than a little flighty. Actually, those are descriptions of their characters in Disney's Broadway musical "Beauty and the Beast":...
  • What about the boy? In 'Tommy,' new insights into Pete Townshend

    What about the boy? In 'Tommy,' new insights into Pete Townshend
    When, in 1975, the movie director Ken Russell turned "Tommy," an album by The Who, into a film, catapulting the Pinball Wizard to further glory, he made one particularly notable change: He switched the period of the rock opera from the years following...
  • 'Birdman's' Time Square scene: How they did it

    'Birdman's' Time Square scene: How they did it
    Much has been made of "Birdman" director/co-writer Alejandro G. Inarritu's conceit of making a movie that seems to be one continuous, two-hour shot. The actual filming consisted of long takes edited to look seamless. Each sequence offered challenges,...
  • Cheyenne Jackson: Eyes wide open

    Cheyenne Jackson: Eyes wide open
    If we're lucky, at some point during Cheyenne Jackson's performance in Fort Lauderdale on Valentine's Day, the Tony Award-winning former "30 Rock" star will slide into the heartache of "A Case of You," a smoldering torch from Joni Mitchell's iconic "Blue"...
  • Look away, look away from 'Shenandoah'

    Look away, look away from 'Shenandoah'
    How much more can the Confederacy take? First, there was that whole losing-the-war-of-Northern-aggression thing. And now, rubbing big ol' bags of rock salt into the wounds, there's a fairly faulty production of the Civil War-set musical "Shenandoah,"...
  • 'N Sync's Joey Fatone trades boy bands for hair bands in 'Rock of Ages'

    'N Sync's Joey Fatone trades boy bands for hair bands in 'Rock of Ages'
    It's been nearly 11 years since Joey Fatone hit the Broadway stage as Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors.” The singer from boy band ‘N Sync returns in February when he takes over as Dennis Dupree, the aging owner of The Bourbon Room in...
  • Review: 'The Who's Tommy' at Paramount Theatre

    Review: 'The Who's Tommy' at Paramount Theatre
    In the summer of 1968, Pete Townshend gave a lengthy interview to Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone about the future direction of The Who, Townshend's rock band. "We've been talking about doing an opera," he said. "We've been talking about doing, like, albums,...