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  • Lauren Bacall, Star of Hollywood's Golden Age, Dies at 89

    Lauren Bacall, the sultry blonde siren who became an overnight star via a memorable film debut at age 19 opposite Humphrey Bogart in Howard Hawks' "To Have and Have Not," died Tuesday of a suspected stroke at her home in the Dakota in Manhattan. She was...
  • 'Easy A' Writer Bert Royal to Adapt Stage Musical '13' for CBS Films

    By Jeff Sneider LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - CBS Films is bringing Tony Award-winner Jason Robert Brown's stage musical "13" to the big screen, the studio announced Tuesday. Story follows a popular 13-year-old boy who moves from New York City to a...
  • Actress Jane Lynch will announce Jeff Award nominations

    Actress Jane Lynch will announce Jeff Award nominations
    With the Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee taking a leaf from the Tony Awards playbook, the nominations for this year’s Jeff Awards are to be announced live and in public by a celebrity — in this case, the actress Jane Lynch. Lynch, a...
  • Neil Simon pays visit to 'Broadway Bound' in Los Angeles

    Neil Simon pays visit to 'Broadway Bound' in Los Angeles
    The audience at Sunday's matinee performance of "Broadway Bound" at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble in Los Angeles got a surprise visit when the play's author -- Neil Simon -- made an appearance in the front row of the small theater where the revival...
  • Helen Mirren returning to Broadway as Queen Elizabeth II

    Helen Mirren returning to Broadway as Queen Elizabeth II
    Helen Mirren will once again assume the conservative dresses, crisp diction and distinctive hairdo of Queen Elizabeth II when she reprises her role as the British monarch in a Broadway run of "The Audience," which is scheduled to open March 8 at the...
  • Charles Keating, veteran soap opera actor, dead at 72

    Charles Keating, veteran soap opera actor, dead at 72
    Veteran soap opera actor, Charles Keating, has died at the age of 72. He had been fighting cancer. Keating has starred on daytime dramas "All My Children," "Port Charles" and "Another World." His work as Carl Hutchins on "Another World" garnered the...
  • Questions In The Goodspeed Search For A New Exec

    Questions In The Goodspeed Search For A New Exec
    Tevye may not be the only person talking to God in East Haddam. This summer I suspect there will be many prayers to heaven asking divine questions as the search for the successor to Goodspeed Musicals' longtime executive director Michael Price enters...
  • Actress Elizabeth Wilson Has Many Film Credits (And Many Fans Who Can't Recall Her Name)

    Actress Elizabeth Wilson Has Many Film Credits (And Many  Fans Who Can't Recall Her Name)
    There are actors whose name you instantly recognize, the stars you know by a single monicker: Meryl, Julia, Debbie. Liza, Shirley. Then there are others you've seen giving countless supporting performances that help ground the work in a truthful reality...
  • Neil Patrick Harris gets his price in Sherman Oaks

    Neil Patrick Harris gets his price in Sherman Oaks
    Neil Patrick Harris, who starred in “How I Met Your Mother,” and actor David Burtka sold their house in Sherman Oaks for its asking price of $2.995 million in less than a month. Built in 1991, the Traditional-style home features a formal...
  • Broadway's Elaine Stritch Dies; Frank Rizzo Interview From 2008

    Broadway's Elaine Stritch Dies; Frank Rizzo Interview  From 2008
    Editor's note: Broadway actress and singer Elaine Stritch, 89, died on Thursday, July 17, at her home in Birmingham, Mich. (Story and photos here.) Following is an interview by Hartford Courant theater critic Frank Rizzo from 2008. Elaine Stritch is...
  • Discover the feminine side of Shakespeare

    A new show that will launch on a national tour after its run at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, examines the feminine side of Shakespeare's plays from the doomed Juliet to the obsessed Lady Macbeth. "Women of Will," created by Tina Packer, explores...