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  • "American Idiot" creators' ode to Billie Joe

    "American Idiot" creators' ode to Billie Joe
    More than anything, the creative team behind the Broadway musical “American Idiot” wanted to take care of Green Day’s baby. The road tour of the musical, formed primarily from the punk band’s 2004 concept album of the same name...
  • Broadway babies -- Vanessa Williams ... k.d. lang ... Angela Lansbury ... Michelle Williams ... Barbara Cook ... Baby Jane Dexter

    "LIFE UPON the wicked stage ain't ever what a girl supposes. Stage door Johnny's outraging over you with gems and roses/When you let a fella take your hand, which means an extra beer or sandwich. ... Wild old men who give you jewels and sables only live...
  • 'Matilda' Tour To Prep And Play Shubert Theater In New Haven

    'Matilda' Tour To Prep And Play Shubert Theater In New Haven
    New Haven's Shubert Theater landed a major touring musical to celebrate its 100th anniversary. The family friendly show, "Matilda," will launch its tour at the end of the theater's 2014-15 season, opening in May 2015 following a six-week period of...
  • 'Phantom of the Opera' on Broadway casts black actor in title role

    'Phantom of the Opera' on Broadway casts black actor in title role
    "The Phantom of the Opera" has been running on Broadway for more than 25 years. This week, the musical announced a first: a black actor has been cast in the title role in the New York production. Norm Lewis will join the company of "Phantom" at the...
  • Billy Crudup connects onstage, on-screen

     Billy Crudup connects onstage, on-screen
    Billy Crudup, 45, who played a charismatic '70s rock musician in Cameron Crowe's 2000 comedy "Almost Famous," J. Edgar Hoover in Michael Mann's 2009's "Public Enemies" and the very blue superhero Dr. Manhattan in Zack Snyder's 2009's "Watchmen," stars...
  • Yale Rep's 'These Paper Bullets' Features New Songs From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong

    Yale Rep's 'These Paper Bullets' Features New Songs From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong
    In terms of theater development time, "These Paper Bullets," went from notion to motion at warp speed, which suits the kinetic nature of this musical, "modish rip-off" of Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing." "It wasn't a normal process like when...
  • READER SUBMITTED: College Night @ Theaterworks To Benefit Downtown Hartford Heritage Program March 27

    A March 27 performance of "The Other Place" by Sharr White and directed by Rob Ruggiero will benefit Capital Community College's Hartford Heritage Program at TheaterWorks, City Arts on Pearl, 233 Pearl Street, Hartford. The Nursing and Health Careers...
  • 1871 to launch incubator for female entrepreneurs

    1871 to launch incubator for female entrepreneurs
    1871, the city's leading tech startup center, will announce Tuesday a dedicated incubator for female entrepreneurs, funded by Google, Motorola Mobility and the Lefkofsky Family Foundation, which is run by Liz Lefkofsky, the wife of Groupon's chief...
  • William Petersen among friends at Geffen Playhouse's 'Slowgirl'

     William Petersen among friends at Geffen Playhouse's 'Slowgirl'
    From David Mamet's first expletive-laced success in the 1970s to the advent of Tracy Letts' "August: Osage County" as one of the most acclaimed 21st century American dramas to date, drawing blood — and not always just figuratively — has been...
  • Elaine Stritch shoots straight from the lip

    Kathie Lee Gifford looked like a deer caught in oncoming headlights when 89-year-old Broadway legend Elaine Stritch casually dropped an F-bomb on the "Today" show a few weeks back. Gifford shouldn't have been surprised. Stritch, who appeared on the...
  • Carnett: Even our best achievements are seldom timeless

    I'm a longtime fan of American musical theater. Several weeks ago, I eschewed watching the Olympics to view an antiquated Broadway chestnut on television: Meredith Willson's "The Music Man." It's been a favorite of mine for decades. A lyricist,...