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  • Center Stage gives area premiere of 'Wild with Happy'

    Center Stage gives area premiere of 'Wild with Happy'
    Journeys of one kind or another — emotional, physical, spiritual — are at the heart of Colman Domingo's 2012 play "Wild with Happy," receiving its Baltimore premiere at Center Stage. There isn't just a road trip in this work, but a car chase....
  • Tony Awards officials dropping two categories for sound design

    Tony Awards officials dropping two categories for sound design
    Organizers of the annual Tony Awards will be saving a bit of money on medallions in future ceremonies. Organizers said Wednesday they are dropping two categories — sound design of a play and of a musical. The Tony Awards Administration Committee...
  • Commentary: Close the book on `Book of Mormon'

    OK, I'm open to a good dirty joke at the right time, and I certainly do not oppose the use of profanity in the theater. However, simply stated, I don't find a story promoting laughs about things like the exploitation of babies and young girls to be funny....
  • 'Newsies' to end its Broadway run in August

    'Newsies' to end its Broadway run in August
    Extra! Extra! “Newsies” will end its 2½-year Broadway run in August. The film-to-stage adaptation from Disney Theatrical Productions opened at the Nederlander Theatre in March 2012 and was originally set for a limited run. But the unassuming...
  • Hollywood Bowl inducts Kristin Chenoweth, Go-Go's and Pink Martini

    Hollywood Bowl inducts Kristin Chenoweth, Go-Go's and Pink Martini
    The event: The Hollywood Bowl launched its 2014 summer season by inducting Kristin Chenoweth, the Go-Go's and Pink Martini into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. Beginning with a VIP reception for donors, ending with fireworks and offering performances...
  • Maggie Gyllenhaal: Blond hair 'doesn't make you happy'

    Maggie Gyllenhaal: Blond hair 'doesn't make you happy'
    Sounds like she didn't have more fun -- Maggie Gyllenhaal went blond for a few months and quickly decided to return to being a brunet. The "White House Down" actress' short-lived foray into lighter hair color lasted from April to the beginning of June...
  • How To Be A Young Producer on Broadway

    At 26 years old, the young Broadway producer Megan Savage has two Tony Awards to her name. And a day job. Savage -- a member of the producing team for this year's Tony favorite "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" as well as last year's winning play,...
  • Sarah Steele of 'The Country House' finds comfort in her characters

    Sarah Steele of 'The Country House' finds comfort in her characters
    "Who are you?" It's a line Scott Foley, playing TV star Michael Astor, delivers to Sarah Steele's teenage character Susie Keegan in the new Donald Margulies play "The Country House" at the Geffen Playhouse after Susie delivers a diatribe of truth: The...
  • Sasha Allen, John Rubinstein signed for 'Pippin' tour that will play Baltimore

    Sasha Allen, John Rubinstein signed for 'Pippin' tour that will play Baltimore
    The revived Broadway musical "Pippin" will head out on a national tour in September with a cast that includes Sasha Allen, a finalist on NBC's "The Voice," in the role of Leading Player. Adding a cool bit of history to the production will be Tony Award-...
  • Broadway Box Office: What a Difference the Tony Awards Make

    Remember when "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" was having trouble selling tickets? That phase may have passed, at least for a while: After the notching four Tony wins Sunday night, the musical was on track to rake in more than $900,000 by the end...
  • Mary Rodgers, composer and daughter of Richard Rodgers, dies at 83

    Mary Rodgers could be considered theater royalty solely by virtue of her birthright. As the daughter of composer Richard Rodgers, she had a front-row seat to the creation of some of the most famous stage musicals ever written. But Mary Rodgers was a...